Lovely chocolate chip cookies, made with our KitchenAid (and our hands, the ingredients and the oven offcourse!)!
When you don't have much at home but you can't go to the supermarket, and you do want to make something delicious, fast and something with chocolate: try this!
You will probably have most of the ingredients at home. And perhaps some pieces of chocolate left? (although it is hard to eat only a bit of chocolate and leave the rest for an other day or time..) I hope you do, so you can make these in a few minutes and eat them straight away from the oven. (mmm, so nice, soft, warm and delicious!)
What you need:
This makes about 14 cookies
150 gr unsalted, soft, butter
125 gr light brown sugar
2 tsp vanilla extract
300 gr flour
1/2 tsp baking soda
300 gr chocolate chips/chunks
And what to do:
Preheat your oven to 170 C.
Put you butter with the sugar in a bowl and mix this together.
Pour in you egg, your egg yolk and the vanilla extract and mix this until you have a creamy mixture.
Into this mixture goes your flour and baking soda. Make sure you don't overmix this. Stop when everything is just mixed up.
Now fold in your chocolate pieces and done is the mixture!
With an ice scoop you can make perfect sizes. Just fill it up and squeeze it, so the mixture falls out. Push them a bit down until you have the thickness you like.
Bake them for about 15-20 minutes, until they are a browned on top and a bit soft inside.
Let them cool a bit, but they are irresistible when they come straight out the oven!