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Quick Cookies

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Serves 10

Chewy on the outside and soft on the inside - these are a doddle to make!

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Ingredients

  • 100g of sugar
  • 100g of butter
  • 1 tbsp of golden syrup
  • 75g of self raising flour
  • Cookie extras (i.e. chocolate chips)
  • Another 75g of self raising flour

Method

    1. Pre-heat the oven to 180 degrees. Mix the sugar and butter together to make a paste.
    2. Add the golden syrup.
    3. Add the first 75g of flour and whatever you are adding to your cookies (i.e. chocolate chips). Mix together.
    4. Add and mix the last 75g of flour.
    5. Arrange on a baking tray in 10-12 blobs, don't flatten them.
    6. Put them in the oven at 180 degrees for 12-15 minutes.

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jessybean
25th Jun, 2013
Omg, these cookies are SOOOOOO good! The cookies I make never seem to turn out right, but these are so quick and easy, with no fancy ingredients and minimal washing up! Already eaten three of them and they only came out of the oven about ten minutes ago! :D
ljkwljkw
20th May, 2013
5.05
These are the best cookies I ever made! Crisp on edge, chewy centre. Made one batch with nuts and another with mixed fruit. Very sweet, but not unpleasantly so. Could easily cut down on sugar by a quarter, especially fruit ones. Beware though, they really spread out. May need to shape straight from the oven, or make on xl baking tray or in batches of 5.
kimichiwa
16th May, 2013
5.05
WOW! I have tried many a cookie recipes before and they have always turned out cakey in the middle, with a hard biscuit coating around the edge. I just tried this recipe for the first time and they were PERFECT. Well minus 70g of sugar (I put in 30g). I also added chocolate orange chunks and a dash of vanilla essence. Like others have said, you could be fooled into thinking they were fresh from Millies. Except i'll call mine Kimmies!
klrae82
5th May, 2013
Awesome recipe!! My girls and I had spent all day spring cleaning and they were desperate for something sweet, but we had no treats in! So I jumped on the net and searched quick cookie recipes and this came up!! Perfect cookies in under half hr,...fab!! We added shredded coconut and mixed fruit mmm!!
kazkennedy
29th Apr, 2013
5.05
For Snesna...I've used castor, granulated, soft light brown, moscavado....basically whatever sugar I've got to hand, (apart from Icing sugar) but find that the browns make a darker, chewier cookie, and are also sweeter, so add less. Just about to make these yet again....lost count of how many times this is...this time with hazelnut white chocolate.....mmmmmmm :D
lisajayne1970
25th Apr, 2013
5.05
I used brown sugar yumm
lisajayne1970
25th Apr, 2013
5.05
I give this recipe a 10 out of 10. It's the very first time i've ever made cookies so was looking for quick and easy, this is certainly that. I never had any syrup so just did without brown sugar for the sugar & choccy chips cut from a choccy bar. Made 11 cookies and they look incredible, but sadly not allowed to eat them so have to wait until my daughter comes home to get a taste verdict. Thank you so much!! I can cook lol
cambsbaker
10th Apr, 2013
5.05
easy to make but havent tasted them yet as they are just this moment gone into the oven :-)
cambsbaker
10th Apr, 2013
5.05
just made these added a choclate options to the mixture they are now baking cant smell them cooking yet but cant wait to try them xx
snesna
26th Mar, 2013
This may be a rookie question, but what type of sugar do you use??

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