Chocolate Chip Cookies

 

Everybody at least once in their lives should bake chocolate chip cookies. They are amazingly delicious and juicy, simple to make and absolutely silly. Silly, because they look like little squashed flying saucers, which had a tuff landing onto your plate. French people love these cookies. You can find them in any patisserie or cafe. But... a deep breath (no matter how hard it will be for me to admit this, as I warship French pastry) - they are not always at their best. And the reason to that probably is: "...you canโ€™t beat a good homemade cookieโ€ (J. Oliver). Chocolate chip cookies are all about balancing sweetness from white and brown sugar with softness of vanilla and butter. The original recipe was invented by Ruth Wakefield from Massachusetts. Nobody knows exactly how she came up with this recipe, but it absolutely reshaped the cookie ๐Ÿช baking world forever. Next year this iconic American recipe will hit its 80th anniversary, so if you have never made it, hurry up - you still have time to practice before the world goes completely "cookie", celebrating this mega-baking-event.

What you will need

150 grams unsalted soft butter

220 grams self-rising flour

80 grams brown sugar

80 grams white sugar

1 big egg

100 grams 70% chocolate

100 grams pack of mini Kinder Bueno

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