Chocolate Chip Biscuits Recipe

I love a good, soft chocolate bikkie.  I love baking biscuits too.  So, it’s really great that the bikkies I bake are the perfect type.

I finally managed to find a recipe that is perfect for my biscuit preferences.

I actually got the recipe off the packet of chocolate chips.  All the other ones I had tried just turned out too hard, not baked or burnt.

These? Perfection.

Well, the first batch did get burnt underneath, but the second batch was perfect.  Honestly, you can’t even tell the first batch are burnt!

Here is my recipe for delicious chocolate chip bikkies.IMG_6332

 

Ingredients:

125g butter (or margarine works fine too)

3/4 cup brown sugar

1 egg

1 3/4 cups self-raising flour

250g packet milk choc chips (preferably Nestles)

Method:

Beat butter and sugar.  Add egg and beat until just combined.  Stir in flour and add chocolate chips.

Roll level tablespoons of mixture into balls and place 4cm apart on a greased baking tray.  Press down with a fork.

Bake for 15 minutes (or less, depending on how hot your oven gets).

You should get about 30 of these.

 

Enjoy these.  So scrumptious.  I’ve eaten about 10 already.  I’m trying to save some to take to work tomorrow, but I don’t think that’ll happen.

 

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Oops, burnt ones on the left.  On the right are the unburnt ones.
baking cookies
How I bake: music – preferably Peggy Lee. Recipe book and the finished product.

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