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annoyinglittlegirl
« on: February 09, 2012 02:47:48 AM »

I recently posted this on my cookery blog, and just today realised I'd never shared it at Craftster! It's been a really popular post over at my blog so I had to come and share Smiley



If you're like me and like really ooey gooey chocolate cookies, then make these as I did - if you prefer them a bit firmer, just leave them in the oven for a few extra minutes. In fact, if you cook these for even longer, they end up almost like cake - so cook them however you prefer!

These are also great for freezing - just wrap a portion of the raw dough in clingfilm and stick it in the freezer. Then whenever you fancy one, you can just unwrap it, put it in a ramekin, and bake for a few minutes longer than usual. They're just as delicious this way!

Recipe

Makes around 12

200g butter
200g demerara sugar
100g granulated sugar
2 eggs
2tsp vanilla essence
1tsp bicarbonate of soda
1tsp salt
110g plain flour
150g chocolate chips
150g chocolate bar, broken into chunks

Cream together the butter and both types of sugar until light and fluffy. Add the eggs and vanilla, and beat until combined. Next add the bicarb, salt and flour, followed by the chocolate chips. The mixture should be quite thick and dry, but if it is too dry to form into neat balls, add a tiny dash of milk.

Preheat the oven to 200C (Gas Mark 6 / 400F).

Distribute half of the mixture into the bottoms of around 12 lightly greased rammekins. Put a couple of squares of chocolate in each ramekin, and then top with the remaining cookie dough.

Bake for 20 minutes, or until the edges are turning golden. The inside should still be soft. Eat warm.

Note: If freezing some of the dough, don't put it in ramekins - just take a little of the mixture in your hand, add the squares of chocolate, and use a little more dough to cover the chocolate, forming a ball. Wrap in cling film and freeze. When desired, just unwrap the ball of dough, place it in a ramekin, and bake for 20-25 minutes at 190C.
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tiffi_333
« Reply #1 on: February 09, 2012 03:53:58 AM »

ive made these before too, except i made the cookie into a kinda tart shape in muffin cups and put the chocolate in the center to get all gooey..its basically the same thing without the top covered in cookie too. SO yummy. Ive actually seen them come in boxes in the frozen dessert section a while ago, theyre all baked..you just reheat them and theyre still super soft.
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KatMonstah
« Reply #2 on: February 09, 2012 07:04:09 AM »

They look so good! I'll have to try them at some point Smiley
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