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Only THE BEST Chocolate Chip Cookies EVER!


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  • 125 g Butter
  • 110 g white sugar
  • 110 g brown sugar
  • 1/2 tsp vanilla
  • 1 egg
  • 260 g self-raising flour
  • 1/2 tsp salt
  • 150 g chocolate, chips
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  1. Place butter, sugars and vanilla in TM bowl.  Cream together for 1 minute on speed 3-4.   With TM still running, add egg through hole in lid and continue mixing on speed 3-4 for 30 seconds. Add flour and salt, knead on interval speed for 30 seconds. Add chocolate chips, stir through with spatula. Drop teaspoonfuls of mixture on trays, leaving room for spreading.  Bake in moderate oven for 10-12 minutes.

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This is a family favourite Chocolate Chip Cookie recipe, converted to turn out perfectly in the Thermomix. It took a few tweaks to get it just right, I'm starting to learn that cake/cookie mixture needs to be handled in a certain way in the Thermomix to get the same results as with a mix master. These cookies are delicious with a soft and chewy center and crisp outside. Usually we make them with dark chocolate chips, but these ones are made using Reese's Pieces that Ty and Sam brought back for us from the USA. We have a HUGE bag of them and I don't really like them for eating on their own, but they are yum to cook with!


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  • Delicious and easy to make. Made 34 cookies and...

    Submitted by NTPeters on 29. June 2021 - 09:38.

    Delicious and easy to make. Made 34 cookies and they were devoured in no time! Thanks for sharing. P.S I also halved the sugar -!

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  • Great recipe, kids loved them. After reading the...

    Submitted by cookingwithkermie on 19. April 2021 - 17:49.

    Great recipe, kids loved them. After reading the comments I also halved both sugars tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Thermie Elise: Have you tried freezing the raw...

    Submitted by RedJellybeans on 13. April 2021 - 11:40.

    Thermie Elise: Have you tried freezing the raw dough? I'd be interested to see if this is better.

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  • I make these all the time with Gluten Free flour...

    Submitted by Thermie Elise on 13. March 2021 - 14:13.

    I make these all the time with Gluten Free flour (straight swap in weight) and they are a hit at my place. Only problem is that the GF dough doesnt freeze well.

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  • Delicious ...

    Submitted by Sikhd on 14. February 2021 - 17:07.

    SmileDelicious
    Omg a definite favourite
    Thank you for sharing Cooking 7

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  • AMAZING tasting biscuits and a very versatile...

    Submitted by Bertie75 on 20. December 2020 - 17:15.

    AMAZING tasting biscuits and a very versatile recipe. I used coconut sugar and gluten-free flour mix and they were fabulous!

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  • Can the cookie dough be out in the fridge for a...

    Submitted by LuWiVi on 5. December 2020 - 20:46.

    Can the cookie dough be out in the fridge for a couple days or frozen. I made a double batch and it will be way too much. Thinking I will cook some now and some in a few days if it stays ok in fridge?

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  • GLUTEN FREE...

    Submitted by Betsy63 on 25. November 2020 - 10:23.

    GLUTEN FREE

    These are the best ever. Recently my husband was diagnosed with coeliac disease and thought his favourite biscuits were gone forever. But I made these exactly to the recipe using Orgran gluten free flour and they were just as wonderful.
    Thanks so much for the recipe

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  • These are delicious! I made them to the exact...

    Submitted by kjs0785 on 27. October 2020 - 12:51.

    These are delicious! I made them to the exact recipe. I don't know why everyone wants to reduce the sugar, they are meant to be sweet! My old convection oven I had set on 200degrees and 10mins was perfect. Will definitely be making again.

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  • yum...i think i put a bit too much salt.thanks for...

    Submitted by woohoo on 13. October 2020 - 18:26.

    yum...i think i put a bit too much salt.thanks for this recipe

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  • Quick! Simple! Scrumdidilyumptious 🍪🍪🍪

    Submitted by Emily-J on 11. October 2020 - 16:37.

    Quick! Simple! Scrumdidilyumptious 🍪🍪🍪

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  • roamac1 wrote:...

    Submitted by Amanda Watkins on 14. August 2020 - 18:55.

    roamac1 wrote:
    NanaLucy wrote:
    I read all the comments before attempting this recipe. Definitely a go-to recipe.

    1) I reduced the sugars to 70g each (next time will try with 60g each as still sweet).
    2) creamed the cold butter for 20secs on sp 5 before adding the sugar.
    3) stopped the TMX half way through creaming the sugar/butter mix to scrap down bowl to ensure no sugar granules.
    4) After adding the flour and salt (reduced to 1/4 tspn) I used dough function for 45 secs.
    5) Mixed in the chocolate/fruit for 30secs/reverse /sp 2
    6) Rolled the dough into 5cm log shape and refrigerated for 1/2 hour before cutting into 1cm thick slices but think it needed 1 hour or to be frozen before cutting as I had to reshape each slice.
    7) I baked mine at 160°c fan forced for 12 mins and the found that they did spread to a nice size.
    tmrc_emoticons.8) Absolutely delicious!

    Love the fact that this dough mix is versatile and works with different choc/fruit mix combos. Looking forward to trying this with Gluten free flour for my husband's work group.

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  • Texture of these were great but wayyy too sweet. I...

    Submitted by a sprig of this on 9. July 2020 - 12:32.

    Texture of these were great but wayyy too sweet. I will omit half the sugar next time

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  • westvalary: Get out of here with your scam....

    Submitted by Mooeth on 25. June 2020 - 16:13.

    westvalary: Get out of here with your scam.

    Great cookie recipe, thanks for sharing

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  • Great simple recipe enjoyed tonight. I made a few...

    Submitted by Cass-A on 8. June 2020 - 19:36.

    Great simple recipe enjoyed tonight. I made a few slight changes after reading all the comments.

    My changes:

    Instead of the sugars, I used 110grams of coconut sugar (creamed with the butter and 1.5 teaspoons of vanilla for 2mins)

    150grams plain flour, 110 grams spelt flour, 3 teaspoons baking powder and kneaded for 45 seconds

    200 grams chocolate chips on reverse speed 2 for 30 seconds

    I glad wrapped the dough into a log and refrigerated the log for an hour.

    The refrigerated dough sliced perfectly, no shaping required and cooked at 160 degrees for 12mins.

    Thanks for such a great recipe.

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  • So good. Made no changes to original recipe. 😋

    Submitted by AidaM on 25. April 2020 - 11:17.

    So good. Made no changes to original recipe. 😋

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  • I usually read the comments before...

    Submitted by 4422sharon on 7. March 2020 - 15:55.

    I usually read the comments before cooking...lovely biscuits..will cut back on sugar and flatten before cookingnext time...mine didn't spread...very tasty..easy...thank you..

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  • Rachelle80:they are great for freezing 😊

    Submitted by ainsliejane on 13. February 2020 - 19:24.

    Rachelle80:they are great for freezing 😊

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  • homecook1: Hi, I cook them all up and freeze as...

    Submitted by ainsliejane on 13. February 2020 - 19:23.

    homecook1: Hi, I cook them all up and freeze as already made cookies.

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  • ainsliejane: do you freeze the dough to cook at a...

    Submitted by homecook1 on 23. January 2020 - 14:04.

    ainsliejane: do you freeze the dough to cook at a later date or do you cook the cookies and freeze individually ready to place into lunch box?

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  • Do these freeze well for school lunch snacks?

    Submitted by Rachelle80 on 22. January 2020 - 22:01.

    Do these freeze well for school lunch snacks?

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  • An absolute favourite in our house! I always...

    Submitted by ainsliejane on 14. January 2020 - 17:04.

    An absolute favourite in our house! I always double the recipe and freeze for lunchboxes tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • roamac1:...

    Submitted by Kimmybimbim on 15. October 2019 - 20:32.

    roamac1:
    hi NanaLucy
    How did you go with the GF option? My kids loves these so much and I'm moving to GF for my son.

    Thanks

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  • Used 80g total of sugar (mostly white as I'd ran...

    Submitted by reme on 5. October 2019 - 14:23.

    Used 80g total of sugar (mostly white as I'd ran out of brown) and they were definitely sweet enough.

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  • NanaLucy wrote:...

    Submitted by roamac1 on 14. August 2019 - 19:57.

    NanaLucy wrote:
    I read all the comments before attempting this recipe. Definitely a go-to recipe.

    1) I reduced the sugars to 70g each (next time will try with 60g each as still sweet).
    2) creamed the cold butter for 20secs on sp 5 before adding the sugar.
    3) stopped the TMX half way through creaming the sugar/butter mix to scrap down bowl to ensure no sugar granules.
    4) After adding the flour and salt (reduced to 1/4 tspn) I used dough function for 45 secs.
    5) Mixed in the chocolate/fruit for 30secs/reverse /sp 2
    6) Rolled the dough into 5cm log shape and refrigerated for 1/2 hour before cutting into 1cm thick slices but think it needed 1 hour or to be frozen before cutting as I had to reshape each slice.
    7) I baked mine at 160°c fan forced for 12 mins and the found that they did spread to a nice size.
    tmrc_emoticons.8) Absolutely delicious!

    Love the fact that this dough mix is versatile and works with different choc/fruit mix combos. Looking forward to trying this with Gluten free flour for my husband's work group.

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  • NanaLucy wrote:...

    Submitted by roamac1 on 14. August 2019 - 19:25.

    NanaLucy wrote:
    I read all the comments before attempting this recipe. Definitely a go-to recipe.

    1) I reduced the sugars to 70g each (next time will try with 60g each as still sweet).
    2) creamed the cold butter for 20secs on sp 5 before adding the sugar.
    3) stopped the TMX half way through creaming the sugar/butter mix to scrap down bowl to ensure no sugar granules.
    4) After adding the flour and salt (reduced to 1/4 tspn) I used dough function for 45 secs.
    5) Mixed in the chocolate/fruit for 30secs/reverse /sp 2
    6) Rolled the dough into 5cm log shape and refrigerated for 1/2 hour before cutting into 1cm thick slices but think it needed 1 hour or to be frozen before cutting as I had to reshape each slice.
    7) I baked mine at 160°c fan forced for 12 mins and the found that they did spread to a nice size.
    tmrc_emoticons.8) Absolutely delicious!

    Love the fact that this dough mix is versatile and works with different choc/fruit mix combos. Looking forward to trying this with Gluten free flour for my husband's work group.

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  • Great biscuits, my grandkids love these, did 2...

    Submitted by Newbienanna on 12. August 2019 - 14:50.

    Great biscuits, my grandkids love these, did 2 batches, one choc chop and one smarties.

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  • Great biscuits, my grandkids love these, did 2...

    Submitted by Newbienanna on 12. August 2019 - 14:48.

    Great biscuits, my grandkids love these, did 2 batches, one choc chop and one smarties.

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  • These are awesome

    Submitted by bert68 on 19. July 2019 - 13:23.

    These are awesomeSmile

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  • My family have quite the sweet tooth so I used...

    Submitted by Rmason12345 on 14. July 2019 - 12:35.

    My family have quite the sweet tooth so I used white chocolate chips and a teaspoon on golden syrup. They were a huge hit!

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  • My family had quite the sweet tooth so I used...

    Submitted by Rmason12345 on 14. July 2019 - 12:34.

    My family had quite the sweet tooth so I used white chocolate chips and a teaspoon on golden syrup. They were a huge hit!

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  • These cookies were so delicious. Thanks for...

    Submitted by PamFazz273 on 9. July 2019 - 19:34.

    These cookies were so delicious. Thanks for sharing the recipe. As per other comments i cut down the sugar to 60gms of white sugar and 60gms of brown, 1/4 tspn salt and 1.5 tspns vanilla. I might try only 50gms of each sugar next time as they were still quite sweet for us. Didn't stop us eating them all though, yummyyy😉🤣

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  • These were SO good! I made a few changes to suit...

    Submitted by Pipj27 on 4. July 2019 - 14:51.

    These were SO good! I made a few changes to suit what I was wanting and they were perfect.
    I substituted 110gm of the SR for oat flour (just blitzed up oats in the Thermomix prior to making). I used 1.5tsp vanilla. I reduced both sugars to 55gm each - as there are quite a lot of choc chips in the recipe it really doesn’t need the sugar! I rolled the dough into a log and put in the freezer for about 15 mins then sliced into one cm discs and baked! Yum! Thanks for the recipe

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  • These were SO good! I made a few changes to suit...

    Submitted by Pipj27 on 4. July 2019 - 13:28.

    These were SO good! I made a few changes to suit what I was wanting and they were perfect.
    I substituted 110gm of the SR for oat flour (just blitzed up oats in the Thermomix prior to making). I used 1.5tsp vanilla. I reduced both sugars to 55gm each - as there are quite a lot of choc chips in the recipe it really doesn’t need the sugar! I rolled the dough into a log and put in the freezer for about 15 mins then sliced into one cm discs and baked! Yum! Thanks for the recipe

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  • These were SO good! I made a few changes to suit...

    Submitted by Pipj27 on 4. July 2019 - 13:27.

    These were SO good! I made a few changes to suit what I was wanting and they were perfect.
    I substituted 110gm of the SR for oat flour (just blitzed up oats in the Thermomix prior to making). I used 1.5tsp vanilla. I reduced both sugars to 55gm each - as there are quite a lot of choc chips in the recipe it really doesn’t need the sugar! I rolled the dough into a log and put in the freezer for about 15 mins then sliced into one cm discs and baked! Yum! Thanks for the recipe

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  • Definitely a favourite with the family. 👍Thanks...

    Submitted by bevie963162 on 26. June 2019 - 10:50.

    Definitely a favourite with the family. 👍Thanks for the recipe.

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  • This is my go to cookie recipe. I only use 100g of...

    Submitted by mixinit on 25. June 2019 - 14:09.

    This is my go to cookie recipe. I only use 100g of chocolate normally. We like to mix up the flavours by using the the Lindt Raspberry Chocolate or the Lindt Orange chocolate.

    https://www.facebook.com/mixinit.thermo.style

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  • Made for the first time yesterday and I have to...

    Submitted by NZJen42 on 24. June 2019 - 13:01.

    Made for the first time yesterday and I have to agree with everyone. They are great👍. Reduced the sugar as suggested.

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  • Made a batch of 30 delicious biscuits

    Submitted by PatDowdall on 5. June 2019 - 21:50.

    Made a batch of 30 delicious biscuits

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  • These are delicious!! And so easy to make!!...

    Submitted by lieslf on 18. May 2019 - 18:19.

    These are delicious!! And so easy to make!! Reduced the sugars to 70g each and mixed in the choc chips on reverse as suggested. Amazing! So chuffed to be able to make something so quickly that the kids can have as a treat rather than store bought. Will definitely be making these again!

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  • NanaLucy: Thank you Lucy for the additional...

    Submitted by fouinette on 21. April 2019 - 08:03.

    NanaLucy: Thank you Lucy for the additional information.
    I made the cookies with my 4 yr old yesterday and he loved them.

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  • Yum!...

    Submitted by jackz on 6. April 2019 - 13:31.

    Yum!Yum!

    mmmm... delicious! I followed the advice from NanaLucy below (see 27/3/19) and they turned out perfectly!

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  • Instructions need to be more specific. The cookies...

    Submitted by Squiggles18 on 4. April 2019 - 20:33.

    Instructions need to be more specific. The cookies didn’t flatten, they just stayed the same shape. Too sweet also. Disappointed because there’s such good reviews!

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  • I read all the comments before attempting this...

    Submitted by NanaLucy on 27. March 2019 - 10:04.

    I read all the comments before attempting this recipe. Definitely a go-to recipe.

    1) I reduced the sugars to 70g each (next time will try with 60g each as still sweet).
    2) creamed the cold butter for 20secs on sp 5 before adding the sugar.
    3) stopped the TMX half way through creaming the sugar/butter mix to scrap down bowl to ensure no sugar granules.
    4) After adding the flour and salt (reduced to 1/4 tspn) I used dough function for 45 secs.
    5) Mixed in the chocolate/fruit for 30secs/reverse /sp 2
    6) Rolled the dough into 5cm log shape and refrigerated for 1/2 hour before cutting into 1cm thick slices but think it needed 1 hour or to be frozen before cutting as I had to reshape each slice.
    7) I baked mine at 160°c fan forced for 12 mins and the found that they did spread to a nice size.
    tmrc_emoticons.8) Absolutely delicious!

    Love the fact that this dough mix is versatile and works with different choc/fruit mix combos. Looking forward to trying this with Gluten free flour for my husband's work group.

    Lucy

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  • I made this so many times, perfect every time. I...

    Submitted by ninaaitken on 11. March 2019 - 18:03.

    I made this so many times, perfect every time. I use less sugar .

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  • Love these cookies, I used 65g each of the brown...

    Submitted by anneliem on 22. January 2019 - 15:58.

    Love these cookies, I used 65g each of the brown and caster sugar and used 50/50 SR wholemeal flour and plain flour so the biscuits didn't rise as much. I also added 75g hemp seeds for a bit of healthy!

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  • Delicious! Will make this on a regular basis now!

    Submitted by Cheekymonkey143 on 9. January 2019 - 19:04.

    Delicious! Will make this on a regular basis now!

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  • Very quick and easy I mixed the choc chips on...

    Submitted by CherylA on 13. December 2018 - 11:32.

    Very quick and easy I mixed the choc chips on reverse speed. As others have said I would cut the sugar down when making again.

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  • _steph86_:and how is the little choc chip craver...

    Submitted by judy_bendigo on 26. November 2018 - 19:58.

    _steph86_:and how is the little choc chip craver going, bet bub loves sweet things

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  • Delicious! Weekly staple in my household

    Submitted by kayla_rickard on 24. November 2018 - 06:47.

    Delicious! Weekly staple in my household

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