I was having a cup of tea and a biscuit the other day with my neighbour and I discovered that she has never ever made her own chocolate chip cookies. She didn’t believe me when I told her how simple they were, so I decided to blog my recipe just to prove it.
I make these cookies ALL THE TIME. They make a huge big batch, at least 40 cookies, take no time at all and are cheap as chips. They also freeze perfectly too.
Although I have used my thermomix to make mine, they are so simple that you really don’t need one at all. Any kind of electric beater will do the trick.
- 250g butter
- 50g sugar (optional)
- 1 tsp vanilla extract
- 180g condensed milk
- 350g plain flour
- 1 tsp baking powder
- 150g dark choc chips
- Pre-heat the oven to 180.
- Add the butter, sugar and vanilla to the TM bowl and mix on speed 5 for 1 minute until light and fluffy.
- Add the condensed milk and mix for 30 seconds on speed 5.
- Add the flour and baking powder and mix on speed 3-4 for another 1 minute.
- Add the choc chips and mix on reverse speed 3 for 30 seconds.
- Roll into balls and flatten with the palm of your hand or the back of a large spoon.
- Bake for approx 15 minutes or until golden brown.
So have you made your own choc chip cookies before or do you prefer to buy them?
Oh yum! I’ve been looking forward to the recipe since I saw the pic on your FB page! I love that the cookies and dough are freezable!
Me too, it makes whipping up a batch even quicker. Sometimes I make them before school, so they’re super fresh in the lunch box x
Printing!! I started drooling when I read the magic words ‘condensed milk.” Haven’t made anything but Anzac cookies for months – time for a change! Thank you.
Ooh and I haven’t made anzac’s for ages, we can swap!! The condense milk makes them really smooth. Yummy xx
Just got my thermomix this afternoon, first recipe I’ve made with my thermie, they are smelling good
Awesome!! Enjoy your thermomix – you won’t look back in the kitchen now 🙂
I make choc chip cookies very often but usually with my Kitchenaid. I haven’t given them a go in the thermo. Might try it though! I love the smell of baking cookies in the house!
I have’t used my kitchenaid in years. I still can’t bring myself to get rid of it though – too pretty 🙂
These look fabulous, I love that you get so many out of the batch too!
I know, very handy for freezing 🙂
I had to stop hubby from eating all the dough straight out of the Thermomix bowl.
Our son loves them to. Thanks for sharing
Hahaha, now that’s what I like to hear. Although, it’s usually me doing that!! x
Hi! I came across your blog while googling for thermomix recipes. I just started using my thermie (long overdue! it was a house warming gift by my mother given last year!)
This recipe looks so easy! I will definitely give it a try! Looking forward to trying all your recipes!~
I’m about to make these now and wondering if you double the batch in the thermie or mix two seperate batches x
Got a hot cross buns batch in now. Added sultanas, cinnamon & all spice to the mix.
Any suggestions for condensed milk substitutions? Or can i just leave out altogether? Want to make biscuits without a trip to the shop!! 😜
Make some condensed milk in your thermie with milk powder – recipes on the internet!
I tried doubling the recipe today and Thermomix struggled, wouldn’t recommend or do that again. Haven’t tried them yet but they smell great…. Am sure my Master 7 will love them
I make these all of the time, double the mixture everyone lives them.
Can you tell me if the finished product is chewy, crunchy or ’cake like’. I’ve made cookies before with condensed milk and they are ‘cake like’. Soft but not chewy.
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Just tried making these today. Yummy!
hi. is the butter salted or unsalted?