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Thursday, April 2, 2015

Eggless Chocolate Chip Cookies–Eggless Cookies

Chocolate chip cookies are one of the most favorite and also popular variety of cookie. What is the difference between a biscuit and a cookie? You ask this question and you get different answers from different people. To me, cookie is more softer and chewier but a biscuit (that we get in India) is more harder and crispier. My daughter loves to read Dora stories and one of the stories have Dora's  mom making her Chocolate Chip Cookies and sending it with Dora when she goes to meet a friend. Now my daughter wanted me to make the chocolate chip cookie. So that was when I made my first try on these delicious, mouth melting and soft chewy cookies. I picked up this recipe and did make a few changes. My daughter was very happy with the cookies, so I have made this a few times now and it goes off in minutes before I could take as many pictures as I want!!!
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Ingredients
All Purpose Flour - 2 1/4 cups
Baking Soda - 1/2 tea spoon
Salt - 3/4 tea spoon
Sugar - 1/4 cup
Dark Brown Sugar (Packed) - 1/4 cup
Light Brown Sugar (Packed) - 1 cup
Butter - 1 cup (at room temperature)
Vanilla Extract - 2 tea spoon
Flax Seeds - 2 table spoons
Warm Water - 6 table spoons
Chocolate Chips (Semi Sweet) - 2 cups

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Method
Sieve together flour, baking soda and salt and set aside
Beat the butter and all the sugars until it is creamy and fluffy
Preheat the oven to 180 degrees C
Arrange a parchment paper on a baking tray and set aside
Powder the flax seed to a powder
Beat together flax seed powder and the warm water well until it is gooey
To the butter and sugar, add the vanilla and the flax seed mixture
Mix well and add the dry ingredients and mix slowly. Do not over beat
Add the chocolate chips and mix until evenly distributed
With the help of a table spoon, take heaping table spoon of the dough and make a ball
Slightly flatten it and place it on the baking tray about 2 inches apart
Bake it in the preheated oven for 8 to 10 minutes until the cookies are golden along the edges and the center is still soft
Remove from oven and leave them to cool on the baking tray for about 2 minutes
Transfer to a cooling rack and allow it to cool completely
Enjoy with milk!!!
You can also store these in an air tight container for about a week

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23 comments :

  1. Your scrumptious cookies are making me crazy, wish i get some rite now from my lappy screen, irresistible they are.

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  2. Crisp and lovely looking cookiesyumm

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  3. Dora,one cartoon i can never forget, my EO was a so crazy behind that when he was kid., now ofcourse running behind boy's band and other action figures!! Cookies look absolutely delicious and you have got a very perfect round there, which is a bit tough for me!!!

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  4. Looks so inviting Sowmya. Even my daughter is a great fan of Dora and never misses an episode..

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  5. The texture of these cookies is just the way I like it. This is such a classic cookie and so popular with kids. I like the way you have presented them too.

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  6. looks so inviting :-)) and yes, Dora is an adorable character - my younger one watches that cartoon !!

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  7. beautiful looking cookies and good that you have ur daughter to guide and tell what she likes

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  8. The cookies look awesome, like those monster cookies. And Dora is a favourite with all girls.

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  9. Oh, both of us made cookies and eggless.. :)

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  10. Another choco chip cookie of the day..cookies has come out very well and sounds delicious...

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  11. perfect snacks for kids. love these cookies.

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  12. The kids have feasted on so many goodies for this BM :-)). Mine too munched on a bunch of these, though mine was with egg.

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  13. A favorite one with kids. What biscuits are for us in India are cookies in U.S. And biscuits are flaky ones in U.S. to be eaten with gravies and such.

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  14. Perfectly made chocolate chip cookies Sowmya. My daughter loves Dora too :-)

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  15. I can imagine how excited she must have been to get the same chocolate chip cookies that Dora gets from her mom! Looks too good ACD they're so perfectly round!

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  16. These cookies turned out great.. Love to have with cup of milk:)

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  17. The cookies look so good Sowmya!..thanks for the wonderful recipe..

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  18. My kids love Dora!!! And this is one super cookie!!!

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  19. Very inviting cookies. My kids will be happy if I bake them anytime :)

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  20. Thanks to all the cartoon characters that we are getting to try different recipes :) I love the addition of flax seed in the recipe. One more way to get it in our diet!

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  21. Lovely and tempting chocolate chip cookies.

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  22. Lovely cookies Sowmya. My EO is a Dora fan.

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