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White Choc Chip Cookies


I was browsing through a cook book  and spotted this cookie recipe using white choc chips.  As I've hardly baked with white choc chips before, I was very eager to try out this recipe.  These cookies are crunchy, from the walnuts and I notice that they taste a bit milky too, a contribution from the white choc chips, I presume.





Recipe for White Choc Chip Cookies  (adapted from 'Baking-200 Moreish & Comforting Recipes with modifications re the method)
    Ingredients
    • 250 gm plain flour
    • 1.1/2  tsp baking powder
    • 125 gm salted butter
    • 100 gm light brown sugar  (reduced from 150 gm)
    • 60 ml vegetable oil
    • 1 egg
    • 1/2 tsp vanilla
    • 130 gm white choc chips  (reduced from 180 gm)
    • 70 gm chopped walnuts, lightly toasted  (reduced from 120 gm)
    Method
    1. Sift flour with baking powder, set aside.
    2. Beat butter, oil and brown sugar till light and creamy.
    3. Add the egg and vanilla beating till just blended.
    4. Fold in flour mixture, choc chips and nuts.
    5. Chill the dough in the fridge for about an hour.
    6. Drop rounded teaspoons onto a paperlined baking tray.
    7. Bake in a preheated oven @ 190 deg.C for about 8 to 10 mins. till the edges are just golden brown or a bit longer if you want a more crunchy cookie.
    8. Let cool in tray before transferring them onto a wire rack to cool completely.
    9. Store cookies in a cookie jar.
    10. Yield :  20 to 25 cookies depending on size.



    I'm linking this post to Aspiring Bakers #36: Choc-a-cookie (October 2013)

    and also to

    Cook-Your-Books #5 hosted by Kitchen Flavours

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Comments

  1. My husband is a huge fan of white chocolate. These cookies are perfect for him.

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    1. Those who like white chocs will love this cookie.

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  2. I always wonder whether Chocolate Chip Cookies made with white chocolate would taste different, Cheah. I really should just try them and find out!

    Thanks for sharing this recipe Cheah. You may have convinced me to give White Chocolate Chip Cookies a try!!!

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  3. Cheah, Would love to have a picece of these cookies as I've never used white chocolate in cookies before,

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  4. Hi Cheah, I know this is nice. I love walnuts what more with white choc chips.

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    1. Most of the time, cookies with nuts and choc chips will not disappoint you.

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  5. Hi Cheah,
    Your cookies looks yummy! My kids would love these cookies!
    Thank you for sharing with CYB!

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  6. Hi Cheah, you cookies look so addictive and delightful. Guess hard to stop eating. Very nice pictures, like 3D. :))

    Have a great week ahead.

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    1. Thanks for the compliment, Amelia. You enjoy your weekend too!

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  7. Hi Cheah
    Your chocolate chips cookies looks so GOOD! Using white chocolate instead of the dark chocolate give another different "feeling" . I like how it look. Have a wonderful weekend Cheah.

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    1. Yes, must try to find out the difference in taste. You have a great weekend too, Mel!

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  8. Nice cookies - tomorrow I also making cookies. Yum, yum ...

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  9. I haven't tried using oil in choc chip cookies. White chocolate and walnut sounds good.

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    1. Maybe you should try it once and see whether you like it or not.

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  10. Dear Cheah,

    I love white chocolate and these cookies can be very dangerous to me.

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    1. Ha, ha, if it's your favourite, then I can understand why they're dangerous!

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  11. Yummy cookies, Cheah! I must look for white chocolate chips.

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  12. it's good to have a change from the usual dark choc chips....also i tend to associate white choc cookies with valentine's day :)

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    1. So, maybe you should make some and surprise your hubby on Valentine's day, Lena!

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  13. soft delicious cookies looks wonderful

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