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Chewy Chocolate Orange Cookies





















A quick and easy Friday treat for the kids (and adults!) for when they get home from school. The recipe takes 10 minutes to make and 10 minutes to bake, then you just have to resist tucking in until the kids get home. They taste like a Terry's Chocolate Orange, which can only be a good thing in my book. 

I hope everyone enjoys the weekend despite the weather - I think plenty of cooking and baking will be on the cards.

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Chewy Chocolate Orange Cookies
Perfect with a glass of cold milk
Ingredients
  • 125g Butter, melted
  • 75g Dark Muscavado Sugar
  • 100g Golden Caster Sugar
  • 1 Egg, beaten
  • Zest of Half an Orange
  • 150g Plain Flour
  • 1/2 TSP Baking Powder
  • Pinch of Sea Salt
  • 120g Dark Chocolate Chips
Instructions
Step 1: Preheat oven to 190c and line two baking trays with baking paper.Step 2: Mix together the melted butter and sugars until combined then beat in the egg.Step 3: Add the orange zest, flour, baking powder, sea salt and chocolate chip and stir until everything is incorporated into the mixture.Step 4: Dollop dessertspoons of the mixture onto the baking trays, leaving at least 5cm gaps and bake for 10 minutes.Step 5: Transfer to a cooling rack. The cookies will keep for 3 days in a sealed container.

Details
Prep time: Cook time: Total time: Yield: 16

Comments

  1. Those sound divine Beth, there is nothing I like more than a chewy cookie and one that tastes of a chocolate orange, well wow! I will be trying these.

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  2. These sound much much nicer than a Terry's chocolate orange.

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  3. I'm printing this recipe as I write, I love homemade cookies and bake them on a regular basis I'm definitely trying these.

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  4. They sound great - I love chocolate and orange together so these sound fab - I bet Green and Blacks Maya chocolate would work well here too. Perfect as a treat!

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  5. 20 minutes in total to make sounds fabulous in my book. And these Chewy Chocolate Orange Cookies sound and look scrummy, my gob is watering just by looking at them.

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  6. Chocolate and Orange!! My absolute fave...going to be trying these out very soon :D

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  7. just tried those this evening.......... WOW!!!!!!!!!!!!

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