Eggless Chocolate Chocolate Chip Cookies
Yields -20 cookies
Recipe source -Chellam Gopalakrishnan
(I have made slight changes)
All purpose flour (Maida) -180 grams
Baking Powder -1 tsp
Brown Sugar -90 grams (dark brown sugar)
Butter – 90 grams (Salted)
Cinnamon Powder -a pinch
Milk -4- 5 tbsp
Chocolate chips -40 grams and few for decorating the cookies
Vanilla or Chocolate essence – 2 tsp
Sieve Maida with baking powder 2 times.
Preheat the oven.
Beat together butter and sugar well till sugar dissolves.
Add cinnamon powder, essence and hot milk. Mix well.
Melt chocolate chips a little by double boiling. Add it to the above mixture.
Add maida and mix well gently.
Shape the dough into small balls and press it flat slightly. Press chocolate chips on the top.
Place them on a greased baking tray 2 inches apart as dough spread while cooking and bake till golden brown. (See picture)
Remove from the oven and leave it to cool. Enjoy!
The cookie is chewy in the center and crispy around the edges. If you want it crispy, bake for a few more minutes.
For Plain Chocolate chip cookies
For Plain chocolate chip cookies, just mix chocolate chips to the sieved maida (All purpose flour) and proceed as in the recipe.
Do not melt chocolate chips for plain chocolate chip cookies.Hope I have made it clear.
Note – All the ingredients should be at room temperature. Also use fresh ingredients for best results.
I love Chellam aunty’s baking recipes as they never let me down.I have already tried her banana muffins and Walnut Brownies recipe and they have turned out very well.
Meet you all again with another interesting recipe, till then it is bye from Padhu of Padhuskitchen.com
these are awesome
yummy choco chip cookies…perfectly done…like the addition of cinnamon to it…interesting combo,lovely clicks!!!
cookies look very delicious….wud love to munch some…
Cookies looks delicious…awesome clicks..:)
yumy cookies can have this unlimited!!!
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i just recently made a batch n m devouring it…good idea to go eggless
yum yum yum looks so crispy and tempting
Perfectly done cookies. Love all eggless cookie versions – makes it so much easier to enjoy them minus the guilt 🙂
cookies look awesome..yummy and lovely snack..
Crunchy and yummy cookies..love it.
Padhu appreciate ur effort looking yummy
Yummy Cookies. Perfectly made..
Woww those cookies looks super addictive,scrumptious and wonderful..
looks so perfect and yumm !
This is really yummy ..will try
perfect and yummy cookies
Tempting and mouthwatering cookies
Looks so delicious and perfectly made:)
The cookies look so adorable & tempting!!
looks delicious dear..very tempting..love it..
Excellent stack of cookies, so pleasing to the eyes.
Perfectly baked cookies padhu…looks and sounds yum!
very good bakery item.i liked it.i shall try this at home for my children.
These cookies look wonderful. Looks so delicious & perfect!
Hey Padhu…Whts the oven temperature and how much time to bake?????????
AT WHAT TEMP AND TIME TO BE SET
Dear Deepti and Sweety
I have an OTG oven which does not have temperature settings.I baked for 15 minutes-Bottom coil and 2-3 minutes top coil and was careful not to burn it.
You can set the temperature at 180 degrees – 20 minutes will be fine.
yummmm! just try and give to others tooo
I am Kirti I wish to purchase my first ever OTG…. Can you please suggest me one? I will be thank full!!
Kirthi – I have Morphy Richards OTG 18 RSS oven which is good. I am using it for more than a year and it has not given me any problems so far. I do not know about other ovens. You go to amazon.com .There, you will find reviews of people who have actually used the product. It will give you an idea as to what oven to buy.
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Hi… u ve a great site here!!! I've tried a couple of your recipes and all has turned out great… I want to try out this cookie for my 3 yr old but I'm very new to baking..i jus want to knw how you measure ur butter as I'm having cup measure shld I melt and measure ?
Thank you Natia. No, you should not melt butter unless it is mentioned like that. Bring butter to room temperature. Then just put the butter in the cup lightly with a spoon and measure it. Do not stuff it .1 cup butter = 225 grams
Can we use cocoa powder instead of melting chocolate chips if yes how much
Yes, you can but I am not sure of the measurements as I have not tried it.
Hello mam..thank you for this wonderful recipe..I thought I too can bake after following your recipes only..you gave me a great confidence that I too can cook..I generally follow your cup measurements..kindly can you tell me cup measurement for 180g of maida