Wednesday, 4 March 2015

BAKING | Milk & White Chocolate Cookies.

Hey Guys!
Hope your all well?
Today I thought I would share a recipe with you all after a bunch of people requested it after seeing me post photos of cookies I have been making.
This is my second attempt of photos because I lost the first lot of triple choc cookie photos - grrr (don't worry I will upload that recipe soon too ! )
In February I baked these cookies about 5 times,
They are super quick and easy to bake and went down really well so I knew I had to share the recipe with you.
200g Butter
300g Caster Sugar
325g Self Raising Flour
1 Large Egg
200g White Chocolate
200g Milk Chocolate
Take your room temp butter and mix this in with your sugar - since I don't have a fancy mixer I just get in there with my hands. If you ask me that's what baking is all about !

Make a well in the centre of your mixture and crack in your egg.

Then gradually pop in your flour, you should sieve it in but I don't have a sieve so I just gradually pop it in, but I have never had a bad result doing this so who knows...
If your mixture looks a tad too dry then just add in a dash of milk.
Once you have your cookie dough you then want to break your chocolate into your bowl,I added in a bit of dark chocolate I had left in the baking cupboard and at this point you really can put in whatever you want.
I even did a batch of white chocolate and raspberry cookies recently and they were fab, just be sure to the follow the main recipe for the dough.
To make sure the chocolate spreads evenly you want to take the dough from the bottom of the mixing bowl and bring it up to the top, and keep doing that until its evenly mixed again.

Roll your dough into ten equal balls then pop them onto a baking tray and into the oven at 200c for 12 minutes - Yes just trust me, nly 12 minutes no longer!
Above I have put five on each tray but if you have the time / oven space pop three on each tray as these cookies really do spread out,so prevents them getting stuck together during the bake.

Once baked you need to let them cool for 25 minute's, which will leave you with a crunchy outside and a gooey inside YUM!

These are super easy and quick to bake so I hope you all enjoy giving them a go and mixing up the flavours inside of them, I will be uploading some more baking posts soon, so feel free to comment below any things you would like to see me bake :)
Stay Safe & Speak Soon.
x o x o


  1. Mmmmm they look so gooey and delicious! I need to get my baking hat on and make some Easter goodies! xx

    Hannah x | hannatalks

    1. Thank You! I am on the eye out for baking some easter treats,think the Cadbury crème eggs will be cracked out (and I realise that sounds like I told a really bad joke ha ) xx

  2. I can't wait to try this :)! Great job xxx