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Wednesday, March 6, 2013

Browned butter chocolate chip cookies


I've been eyeing this recipe since last year when I was browsing Cooking Light's magazine at the library .

I always got a good nah , great result when using any recipe from that magazine er except the cooking time of the two brownies that I baked last time but overall their recipe always deliver .

These cookies not only look good ( it does ? lol ) , they also tastes really awesome !

Yup ! Not exaggerating this time ( okay , maybe a 'lil bit ! ) but there's browned butter and get this , whole wheat flour ...

It's only 93 grams but still , the whole wheat flour adds a layer of what I called healthy goodness to the otherwise unhealthy but wonderfully yummy cookies ....

But then who am I to quibble ?

I love unhealthy but scrumptious goodies as the next person lol


Recipe from Cooking Light magazine October 2012

Makes 40 ( sadly , mine was only 37 )

6 tablespoon / 84 grams unsalted butter
2 tablespoon canola oil ( I used sunflower oil ) 
5.6 ounces / about 1 1/4 cups / 157 grams all-purpose flour
3.3 ounces / about 3/4 cup / 93 grams whole wheat flour
1 tsp baking powder
1/2 tsp kosher salt
3/4 cup packed light brown sugar
2/3 cup granulated sugar
1/2 tsp vanilla extract
2 large eggs , lightly beaten
1/2 cup semisweet chocolate chips ( milk chocolate chunks ) 
1/3 cup dark chocolate chips ( such as Hershey's Special Dark ) ( Guittard chocolate chips ) 

* Preheat oven to 375°F / 190°C .

* Heat butter in a small saucepan over medium heat ; cook for about 5 minutes or until browned . Remove from heat ; add oil . Set aside to cool .

* Combine flours , baking powder , and salt . Place butter mixture and sugars into a large bowl ; beat with mixer at medium speed until combined . Add vanilla and eggs ; beat until well blended . Add flour mixture , beating at low speed until just combined . Stir in the chocolate chips .

* Drop by level tablespoonsfuls 2 inches apart onto a baking sheet lined with baking parchment . Bake for 12 minutes or until bottoms of cookies just begin to brown ; cool slightly .

19 comments :

  1. In fact, your cookies sound so good, send some over here, hehehe..

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    1. Sureness ! Right *buuuuurp* away , Sonia lol

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  2. Hi Anne, I also want some!! 37 is too many for you to handle on your own, I'll help you. :P

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  3. These look SO good, Anne...and practically health food compared to our usual recipes ;) Right???

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  4. Sounds good... need some of these for a picnic!

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  5. Hi, I was wondering if I can omit the oil. How would it affect the cookies? Thanks.

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    1. Hey there ! You can use all butter if you like ! I'm sure it wont affect re texture and flavor :D

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  6. The cookies looks so lovely! I want all the 37... hahaa!

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  7. Wow..they look perfect...I can have choco chips cookies anytime..

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  8. Nice Anne! Very very nice! We should have a get-together some day....

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  9. Hi Anne,
    Are you sure you got only 37? Perhaps the other 3 "mysteriously" disappear when you actually start to count? Hahahaha! I would not blame you!
    Your cookies looks wonderful! Would love to have some to crunch, crunch, over here!

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  10. Lovely cookies, a cup of coffee to go with it will be nice :)

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  11. No time to try, though but I am craving for chocolate chip cookies lately. And, you have used brown butter which I heard is a God's gift to bakers.Is it that true,Anne?

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  12. What nice and yumm look those cookies! How amazing and delicious are homemade cookies Anne!
    I bookmarked!

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  13. hahaha..dont la be sad..only 3 pieces less..LOL! make them again!!

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  14. Yum, your cookies look great, I love brown butter cookies!

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  15. Yummy! I'm always too lazy to bake so could you just send me some? :)

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  16. yes, lady! browned butter is the best! i made browned butter chocolate chip cookies once, but they weren't as thick and textured as these...i will have to try your recipe. and i love whole wheat flour in cookies! gives it a whole new, grainy texture. yum!

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  17. Anne,
    I am late for your cookies :p
    I guess it is way long gone by now for such a delish cookies!
    Aiyo...I see your pistachio bars I wanna make and this I also wanna make. My to do lists are as long as a Choo Choo train..lol
    mui

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