Brownie Fudge Cookies

I love brownies and I love cookies so thought I would mix them up and create a brownie cookie!   I like a cookie that’s got a gooey or soft centre and a crispy edge and these are definitely that.  I’d call these an American Style cookie but if you prefer them fully set just add an extra 3 to 5 mins to the cooking time.   The children will love helping with this recipe as lots of stirring and bowl licking to be done. 

What you will need:

A lined baking tray

Ice cream scoop 

150g of muscovado sugar

2 eggs

100g of melted butter

100g of melted dark chocolate (or half dark half milk)

1tsp vanilla extract

125g plain flour

1tsp baking powder

1/2 tsp salt

100g dark chocolate chips

100g white chocolate chips

  1. Add the sugar and beaten eggs into a bowl and mix well. I find using a whisk helps combine it best
  2. Then add the melted butter, the vanilla extra and melted chocolate and whisk again


3.  Add the flour, baking powder and salt and gently stir/fold in with a wooden spoon until well combined then add in the chocolate chips.  I used block chocolate cut into small chunks/pieces and added this to the mix


4.  Once all combined add to the fridge to chill for 30 mins so you get a thicker/set mixture


5. Take your lined baking tray and add 5 level scoops, no more so that they have enough room to spread out then add to the oven at 180c for 12 mins.  If you like them a bit gooier 10 mins or a crispy cookie 15 mins


6.  Once removed from the oven add to a wire rack to cool then they are ready to eat!  They will keep in an airtight tin for around 5 days

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Enjoy x




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