Our easy to make Double Chocolate Cookies are a chocolate lover’s dream thanks to the oodles of real chocolate in each and every bite! These cookies not only contain cocoa powder that increases the rich chocolate flavour but also includes both dark and white chocolate. The white chocolate chips punctuate the cookies giving pockets of sweetness contrasting deliciously against the large cookie, where as the gorgeous stream of melted dark chocolate helps make these cookies super yummy and melt in the mouth good!
In fact the 300g of dark melted chocolate added to these cookies could actually be described as a river rather than a stream!
Now, if you’re not a fan of dark chocolate I must encourage you not to dismiss these cookies. Both hubby and I aren’t fans of dark chocolate and yet we find these cookies to be both moreish and satisfying. The trick, in our opinion, is to use a semi dark chocolate with something like 54% cocoa solids rather than the truly bitter dark chocolates containing around 70%. Of course, you could err on the side of caution and use a 50/50 ratio of milk and semi dark chocolate, or even all milk chocolate, if you prefer.
Easy Double Chocolate Cookie recipe.
These Double Chocolate Cookies are super easy to make and develop a gorgeous, and incredibly tempting, crinkle appearance during the bake. There’s no rolling into a ‘sausage’ nor any chilling required with this cookie recipe. It’s simply a case of melting the butter and chocolate together, adding the eggs and dry ingredients before balling up the dough and baking them! I mean how easy-peasy is that!
In fact it’s so easy-peasy (and of course yummy) that I use a version of this chocolate cookie recipe when I make our Chocolate & Peanut Butter Sandwich Cookies. As undoubtedly delicious as they are, today’s cookie recipe gives you a treat which is much bigger with even more chocolate cookie yumminess!
How to make Easy Double Chocolate Cookies.
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