Millie's Cookies recipe
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Millie's Cookies recipe

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Serves 1 - 12 Cookies

These delicious cookies are easy to cook and taste as good as the real Millies cookies, with a crisp outer layer and a gooey centre these treats are best eaten warm but last well...if they last that long!!!

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Ingredients

  • 125g butter, softened
  • 100g light brown soft sugar
  • 125g caster sugar
  • 1 egg, lightly beaten
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • 225g self-raising flour
  • ½ tsp salt
  • 200g chocolate chips

Method

    1. Preheat the oven to 180°C, gas mark 4
    2. Cream butter and sugars, once creamed, combine in the egg and vanilla.
    3. Sift in the flour and salt, then the chocolate chips.
    4. Roll into walnut size balls, for a more homemade look, or roll into a long, thick sausage shape and slice to make neater looking cookies.
    5. Place on ungreased baking paper. If you want to have the real Millies experience then bake for just 7 minutes, till the cookies are just setting - the cookies will be really doughy and delicious. Otherwise cook for 10 minutes until just golden round the edges.
    6. Take out of the oven and leave to harden for a minute before transferring to a wire cooling rack. These are great warm, and they also store well, if they don't all get eaten straight away!

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Amber Price-Rees's picture
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Awesome recipe - I swapped the white choc for dolly mix sweets and it worked really well

essexteddy's picture
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I made these, the first batch fell to pieces because I did not let them cool down, the next batch were lovely. They do spread considerably so make sure you dont overcrowd the tin. I did them for the 10 minutes rather than 7, they were chewy and delicious. Only downside they dont keep well, within 2 days they were rock hard but the next batch after that went within 20 minutes so no problem!

trapes71's picture

I made these today for the first time, followed the recipe to the letter but the cookies spread far too much which made them merge and thinner than I was expecting. The second batch I put less on the baking sheet so when they spread they didn't gel into one.They are very yummy though and taste exactly like Millie's cookies.

rozz77's picture
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Such a simple recipe to follow and such a delicious cookie at the end of it! I used triple choc chips too! Was yummy!

fishyd's picture

Used this recipe to make the first cookies I can ever remember baking (I'm a bloke in my mid 40s). Did my first batch of 6 walnut size but thought they were a bit small and maybe I'd not not a tight enough ball as they had big cracks in them. they also spread loads so a couple merged in to one another. Made the second 4 a bit bigger and just had 4 on the tray. Also cooked them for 9 minutes. These were better. Got a final 3 out which were a bit bigger still and cooked again for 9 minutes. These were far the best. Now understand why I need to leave them on the tray a little before moving to the rack as the mix is still soft and you might get melted chocolate on the rack. Enjoyed myself though and fulfilled a promise to take some home made cookies in to work tomorrow (provided they don't all get eaten today) :)

kezza10's picture

Yum yum in my tum!

misslfm4's picture

Really simple recipe, I didn't have any vanilla extract, but they still tasted just as good and I mixed milk choc and white choc chips. Recommend to cookie lovers!! :)

theezara's picture

I added a huge dollop of peanut butter and it tasted delicious, it was soft and chewy so overall and excellent recipe!

Leah85's picture

I forgot to add the caster sugar so will have try again next week! Still nice though!

Rosannewilson's picture

Worked well. I used 2 bags of Aldi chocolate buttons, 1 white and 1 milk and they only cost about 33p so it's a cheaper version

Curly Bergle's picture

I omitted the caster sugar completely as I found the recipe so sweet that it obliterated the taste of the fruit, chocolate nuts etc. The result was identical & the cookies were far more palatable without so much sugar.

wellfan82's picture

Tried these many times including tonight. I think they're better with white chocolate and raspberry fruit buttons.

vall's picture

Yummy cookies! they came out brilliantly!...they should come with a warning : highly addictive!
my friends came back and ask for more...
They truly are easy to make and bake..i baked mine for 12min..but I think is an oven issue!

bh221-uk's picture
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This is the best cookie recipe ever, I use it all the time!

klee34's picture

Works well, I used gluten free mix flour and they still turned out yummy!

mattmajor's picture

I'm only 13 and this cookie recipe has been used twice by me and my whole family love it!!! Amazing cold and hot! Beautiful melt in middle cookie!

NatCorrigan's picture

Really lovely easy cookie recipe, my family have loved them! Used up some Terry Choc Orange in the last batch I made - very yummy! x

salafzal's picture

Such an easy recipe and so so delicious! I used only 100g caster sugar and in my oven needed 10 minutes but they still came out gooey and soft! Yum! Mixture also makes one big giant cookie !

benmv91's picture

Amazing recipe!!! A favourite with all the family and friends. Never fails

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