Double Chocolate and walnuts cookies

Yields: 18 Servings Difficulty: Easy Prep Time: 30 Mins Cook Time: 14 Mins Total Time: 44 Mins

Hello foodies,

This week recipe is all about an American classic. A “Chewy” cookie recipe full of chocolate and nutes…. OMG they are so, so, so Addictive… I hope you enjoy them as much as i do..

It is an easy recipe that i picked up whilst working on Cruise ship and discover the East coast of America.  I met a pastry chef that was from New Orleans and passed on her recipe.

Lets get baking everyone…

Bon Appetit



0/10 Ingredients
Adjust Servings
    This recipe makes about 18 cookies of 30 grams each


0/21 Instructions
    And that is how the Cookie crumble........Making the Cookie dough
  • using a good scale, measure and weight all your ingredients... I tend to leave my butter outside to get it soft. I do the same for all my ingredients to get them all at the same temperature. I have notice, overtime, that keeping my butter soft rather than melted makes my cookies chewy and not dry inside.
  • Soften your butter in a clean bowl using a spatula. the consistency should be of a cream... Really soft but not melted.
  • Add your brown sugar and start combining both ingredients together. You coul duse a beater or bench mixer at low speed.
  • Mix well until both ingredients are well binding together.
  • Add your egg and mix it in.
  • Add your vanilla essence.
  • Sift your flour, bicarbonate soda and cornflour together. Add 1/3rd of the flour mix and fold it to the sugary butter mix.
  • Once the flour is mixed in, add the 2/3rd. we do that in 3 steps to make sure you have no lumps and you cna easily combine all the ingredients together.
  • Finally add the rest of the flour mix to the batter.
  • Mix well until it is all incorporated.
  • Add the chopped walnuts.
  • Add all the chocolates.
  • Mix it all well. until it creates a nice rough dough.
  • Cover the bowl with plastic wrap and place in the fridge for 20 minutes.
  • Shaping and baking
  • Preheat your oven at 160C if you use a fan forced oven or 180c for conventional ovens. Prepare a tray with a silicon Matt or baking paper.
  • Using your hands, grab a small batch of cookie dough and shape it as a rough ball. it should be the size of your palm. (25-35 grm)
  • Push a little down to flatten them up a bit.
  • Place them on the baking tray.
  • Bake the cookies at 160C for 14 minutes. remove from the oven and let them cool down for 10 minutes and place them one a cake rack for further cooling.
  • Enjoy them.........................
  • Too many people wanted some so i had to chopped them in quarters ahahahah Bon Appetit Frenchy.