How to make delicious double chocolate chips cookies

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When it comes to sweet treats, you just can’t beat a good white and milk chocolate chip cookie. Any cookie is a good cookie in my book, but the soft and chewy white chocolate chunks in this recipe makes them extra special and since I love them so much, I thought you might like to give them a go too! You can thank me later…

You will need:

270g or 2½ Cup plain flour

300g or 1½ Cup sugar

200g or 7/8 Cup butter (room temp.)

1 large egg

75g or 1/3 cup unsweetened cocoa powder

chocolate of you choice (as much as you want)

dash of milk

Heat up the oven to 200c. Pop the butter in a large bowl mixed with sugar and eggs but make sure that it is completely mixed well! Then stir in the dry ingredients but careful because it will get messy so it is better to add it in batches, if you dough is dry you could add the dash of milk if necessary. Afterwards add in the chocolates of your choice. Prep your baking trays with greaseproof baking paper or with foil, then form the dough into balls I like to do mine by taking a handful of the dough then just make it in a better shaped ball then put it on the tray, you could make it the other way which is by using an ice cream scoop.After you have shaped them pop them in the oven for about 10-12 min. if you are going to make them smaller I don’t suggest putting them for that long but just keep you eyes on them. After they’ve cooked take them out of the oven they should be slightly soft but it is okay you are just going to let them cool down I Like to keep mine for about 20-30 min. but if you are in a rush you could keep them for 10-15 min. it really depends on the temperature of your  kitchen . After they have completely  cooled down just put them into a container, and enjoy!

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