Double Chocolate Cookies

Robbie McCubbin

Robbie McCubbin

29th November 2010
Robbie McCubbin

Double Chocolate Cookies

This is a cracking little cookie recipe & very simple as well.


  • 1860g Dark Choc
  • 2160g Soft Flour
  • 368g Cocoa Powder
  • 60g Baking Soda
  • 1860g unsalt Butter
  • 1480g Light Brown Sugar
  • 620g Castor Sugar
  • 36g Fleur De Sel
  • 24g Vanilla Extract


Mix & beat sugar & butter till fluffy (@ 10mins)
Add rest of the ingredients & mix
Divide into 600g pieces & roll in silicone paper.
Nb. Once rolled in the paper, keep in airtight container in freezer

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