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Triple chocolate cookies

Triple chocolate cookies

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(50 ratings)

Prep: 15 mins Cook: 10 mins

Easy

Makes 24
You've got all bases covered with white, milk and dark chocolate in these American-style cookies, best enjoyed warm with a cold glass of milk

Nutrition and extra info

  • Both dough and baked cookies can be frozen

Nutrition: per cookie

  • kcal167
  • fat8g
  • saturates5g
  • carbs24g
  • sugars17g
  • fibre0g
  • protein2g
  • salt0.1g
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Ingredients

  • 100g soft brown sugar

    Sugar

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  • 100g golden caster sugar
  • 100g butter, softened

    Butter

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  • 1 egg

    Egg

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  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • 225g plain flour
  • 140g milk chocolate, melted
  • 85g white chocolate, chips or chopped into chunks
  • 85g plain chocolate, chips or chopped into chunks

Method

  1. Heat oven to 200C/180C fan/gas 6. Line 1-2 baking sheets with baking parchment. Mix the sugars and butter together with a wooden spoon, then add the egg, vanilla, flour and half the melted milk chocolate and mix together. Stir in the white and plain chocolate chips or chunks, then use an ice-cream scoop or round tablespoon (like a measuring spoon) to scoop out balls of cookie dough and drop them straight onto the trays.

  2. Bake in batches for 8-9 mins until pale golden and still soft to touch – they will firm up as they cool. Carefully transfer to a wire rack as soon as they can be lifted up, then drizzle with the remaining melted chocolate.

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Comments (60)

scbpiper's picture

I've made these quite a few times but with some alterations.
I melt Dark mint chocolate (e.g. Lindt Mint Intense or you could use dark chocolate and 1 tsp of mint essence) and I use the full 140g ish to combine into the biscuit mix. I leave out the vanilla essence. I then use the rest of 60g of mint chocolate and add some milk/dark/white chunks or chips (whatever I have). It is true that the chunks don't combine well but with the extra melted chocolate the dough is more stiff and really easy to make into balls with your hands. I press them down a little and bake for 10min in my fan oven. I don't both with the extra chocolate on top. They're really great with coffee instead of after dinner chocolates and just a little bit more grown up.

joshuajlea's picture
5

I thought they where really good, not to sweet! I recommend adding a couple of table spoons of peanut butter chunky or smooth works well, it adds something else to them
and use bread flour to make them a bit more chewier! and cookie like

lesleyjoyce's picture
5

These are the most amazing cookies ever, millies eat your heart out! I make these at every occasion possible and everyone loves them. Espcially me.

ciccina's picture
5

Made these a few times now, kids love them and so do the adults!

cazkaban's picture

This is my new go-to cookie recipe, except I use a little less chocolate and add some macadamia nuts instead. They are the perfect cookies - crunchy on the outside and lovely and gooey in the middle.

katiegocoldas's picture
5

This recipe is incredibly easy and the cookies are divine. They also freeze brilliantly.

cyberkitchengoddess's picture

definitely too sweet.so made them again with dark chocolate and added a tad more flour and baking powder to keep them from falling apart.Will try them again with nuts to replace the milk chocolate!

benpapworth's picture
5

R%eally easy to make and tasted amazing

roobaloo's picture
5

I can't believe this recipe is getting low reviews! I've made these SO many times now and have always had very positive feedback! My other half refuses to buy store cookies now as these are so easy to make and always delicious!!

emmieros's picture
4

One of the few items that I get constant requests for. Everyone loves them

bulmers98uk's picture
5

These cookies are delicious, i just dont understand why people have rated the cookies so low as they are gorgeous, had these cookies for my birthday and on several other occasions also each time ive made these cookies everyone has loved them and asked for the recipe and they have used it several times over and have all said that they are far better then several cookie stores and one person even said they were better then m&s cookies, for me i love them and bake them often, just delicious

bulmers98uk's picture
5

These cookies are gorgeous, have given this recipe to several other people and have all said how gorgeous they are also. yum yum yum x

nickyd's picture
5

Just made these with my son and they are lovely! Easy enough for him to make by himself. I would happily play around with the recipe by altering the chocolate and I think they would still be great without the chocolate on top.

nickyd's picture
5

Just made these with my son and they are lovely! Easy enough for him to make by himself. I would happily play around with the recipe by altering the chocolate and I think they would still be great without the chocolate on top.

eilianne's picture
4

Perfect gooeyness but a wee bit too much chocolate made them super sweet. Will try again with less chocolate, maybe more dark.

mother_ship's picture
3

Mixing 70g of melted milk choc doesn't make the biscuit part chocolaty enough, I'd definitely replace some of the flour with cocoa next time. Otherwise very tasty.

mother_ship's picture
3

Mixing 70g of melted milk choc doesn't make the biscuit part chocolaty enough, I'd definitely replace some of the flour with cocoa next time. Otherwise very tasty.

gem-gem's picture
5

Going to make these!!!

daniel16-1993's picture
1

Poor. Thought everything seemed a little easy at first look. Chocolate leaks out as they cook and goes around the edge where it is easily burnt. wont be using recipe again

mofli123's picture
5

This has officially become my favourite chocolate chip cookie recipe! Lovely and crunchy, chewy and soft at the same time (yes, it IS possible!). Still slightly warm - just curious to see how they will be tomorrow when I take them to work ... IF there are any left. Try them!

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