Tuesday, 20 August 2013

chocolate crinkle cookies

these cookies were so good, they are moist chocolate mouthfuls of greatness, i don't want to over sell them but they were a big hit in my house, they taste like a cross between a brownie and a cookie. the mixture needs to be made the day before ideally so that it can firm up in the fridge.



recipe
175g plain chocolate
4 tbsp unsalted butter
175g plain flour
1/2tbsp baking powder
2 eggs
150g caster sugar
1 tbsp vanilla extract
icing sugar
 
in a microwave safe bowl add the chocolate and butter and melt, or use a double boiler, put to one side to cool.
add the eggs and sugar into a bowl and whisk until pale. add the chocolate mix and vanilla and continue to mix, then add the flour and mix well. the mixture will be like a thick cake batter. cover and refrigerate for at least two hours, i left mine over night.
 
preheat the oven to 160c
line two cookie trays with baking parchment,
fill and shallow bowl with icing sugar,
the cookie mixture will be firm (like a chocolate truffle consistency)
take a hand full and roll it into ball then roll it in the icing sugar to coat it, then place it on the tray and flatten it slightly.
continue this with the rest of the mixture and place in the fridge for 10 minutes.
bake for 12/15 minutes so its firm on the outside and soft on the inside.
 





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14 comments

  1. Beautiful photography and what a delightful recipe!
    Happy Hugs,
    Jemma

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  2. Have to do this!!! I love crinkles!!!

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  3. do you know where I can find a chart to covert to US measurements? I wanna make these :)

    blessings~~angela

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  4. I cannot tell you how excited I was to see this recipe (and of course pin it)! Years ago I became addicted to these at a local hospital cafeteria while visiting a friend in for an extended stay. I have seen a lots of recipes, but none looked right. I can tell, THIS IS IT!! Thank you so much, I will be baking these as quick as the weather chills a bit, and think I found my cookie for the xmas cookie exchange!

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  5. oh i loooove these cookies! can't wait to whip some up

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  6. You had me at brownie crossed with cookie! They look delicious. Thank you for sharing them, along with your almond financiers and red current raspberry and almond muffins at What We Accomplished Wednesdays!

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  7. Everything on your page always looks so great! I love that you finish them off by "packaging" them with rope. Thanks for sharing. Stop by my Friday's Five Features tomorrow and link up this post (and others)! diy-vintage-chic.blogspot.com

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  8. Is it a cookie? It is a brownie? I don't care they look amazing!!

    I'm going to buy some chocolate tomorrow and make me some!

    Looking forward to it!

    Sarabeth
    Life of an Agnostic Sunday School Teacher

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  9. I love your cookies! It is reminding me for our hungarian cookie, could not tell the name...but it must be the same cookie.Looks just like your fantastic cookie. Brings back good memories from my home country.:-)I love your creations and your photography!

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  10. Wow! This looks deee-licious! We’d love to have you share your recipe at our weekly Saturday Link Party ! Deb @ madefrompinterest.net

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  11. These look so tasty! Thanks for sharing the recipe.

    Heidi’s Wanderings

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  12. This recipe looks fantastic!!! Love for you to share at Simple & Sweet Fridays. Happy Saturday!

    Hugs,
    Jody

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  13. This looks easy and yummy to combinations I like found you through the silver pennies blog hop I'm lorraine at http://lorrainesresources.blogspot.com

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  14. Oh, my! These look like the perfect cookies for back to school week! My boys would love the brownie cookie hybrid! Thanks for sharing at Silver Pennies Sundays.

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