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Choc-chip Cookies

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Serves 1 - 20 Cookies

Chewey in the middle and crunchie round the edges, these cookies are pefect for any occasion and have a wonderful rich flavour.

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  • 4oz soft butter
  • 2oz soft brown sugar
  • 8oz self-raising flour
  • 2-3tbsp golden syrup
  • 100g chocolate, chopped


    1. Preheat oven to 180C.
    2. Combine butter and sugar until smooth. Fold in flour until a dough or lumps of dough is formed. Add golden syrup and fold in evenly to form a sticky ball of dough.
    3. Chop chocolate into small drops (or buy ready-made chocolate drops) and add to the dough, folding in evenly.
    4. Roll mixture into small balls, smaller than a ping-pong ball, and place onto a baking tray (covered with non-stick baking paper). Leave a minimum space of two inches between each one. Place in the centre of the oven for 6-8 minutes, or until golden brown around the edges.
    5. Take out of oven and place on a cooling tray.

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7th Nov, 2009
nice cookies easy to make do need to flatten them out or they stay as blobs.
4th Nov, 2009
Just made these with my 6 yr old. Easy to make (used electric whisk until adding the choc). Took longer to cook - nearer 10 mins. My fan oven is hot and I usually undercook cookies/cakes/muffins so was surprised to need longer to cook them. They stayed in the ball shape so I flattened them with a spatula a couple of mins before taking them out of the oven. Good results - yummy cookies.
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