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How To Make The Best Cookies In The World

Updated on April 24, 2012

Want to make delicious cookies that'll have the kids (or the rest of the family) begging for more?

Well I'll share with you the best cookies in the world's recipe!


What you will need

*2 cups of butter
*680g chocolate chips (can be more, but not too much less than this!)
*4 cups of flour
*2 teaspoons of Bicarbonate of Soda
*1 teaspoon of salt
*2 cups of sugar
*500g grated Cadbury Chocolate (preferably plain)
*5 cups of blended oatmeal
*4 eggs
*2 teaspoons of baking powder
*2 teaspoons of vanilla
*3 cups of chopped nuts (this is optional)

1) Measure the oatmeal and blend it in a blender so that it becomes a fine powder.

2) Cream the butter and the sugar together.

3) Add the eggs and vanilla, mixing them with flour, the fine oatmeal, salt, bicarbonate of soda and baking powder.

4) Add the chocolate chips to the mixture.

5) Then add the grated chocolate and the nuts.

6) Roll into balls and place two inches apart on a cookie sheet.

7)Bake for 10 minutes at 180 degrees Celsius.


The recipe makes 112 cookies, so halve the recipe ingredients if you don't want that many but be warned: it is addictive!

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    • blaise25 profile image

      Fehl Dungo 6 years ago from close to you...

      gotta bake bake this :)

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      CiscoPixie 6 years ago from I'm in a world of my own, but aren't we all?

      it's good ^^

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      Gustave Kilthau 6 years ago from USA

      HI CP - Looks like this is a good recipe to try, Hadn't heard of blending oatmeal before reading your generous article, but some oat flour would seem to be logical. If we all gain 20 pounds from eating your cookies, may we sue you? :)

      Gus :-)))

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      CiscoPixie 6 years ago from I'm in a world of my own, but aren't we all?

      Hi Gus, :) no you may not sue me.. ;) haha I do hope you enjoy baking and trying them!

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      Gustave Kilthau 6 years ago from USA

      Hello again CP - My bride was not watching me all that closely today, so I made some of those cookies. Cut the recipe in half so that it might fit into one big bowl. Added chocolate chips coming out of an elephant's ears - plenty of 'em, that is. I put a huge sackful of chocolate chips into the mix. I like raisins, so in went 6 or 7 handfuls of them, too. Pounded the swats out of a pile of walnut halves, and in they went as well. Maybe I used too much blended oatmeal, for I measured it after blending was finished. I suspect I should have measured the whole oatmeal flakes instead.

      The result, several things: 8 dozen cookies and a stern warning from my bride that, if I eat too many of them, she will not be troubled to do any cookie-nursing chores.

      I did have a difficult time to keep the dough together properly, so I added a tad of milk to make my life easier. That seemed to work OK. Thanks for the nice recipe. Everything worked out nicely.

      Gus :-)))

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      CiscoPixie 6 years ago from I'm in a world of my own, but aren't we all?

      Oh my gosh Gus! :) ha ha ha! I love choc chips.. i never had any problems with the dough, maybe it was too much oatmeal? But I'm glad you liked the cookies! take care

      CiscoPixie

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