Easter Themed Vanilla, Chocolate and Berry Cookies

I’ve been perfecting this Vanilla, Chocolate and Berry Cookies recipe for a while now. Trying different measures of ingredients/baking times etc. I think I’ve just about got there. They’re so quick to make too and don’t require many ingredients so they’re perfect to bake if you’ve got a little bit of spare time. The only thing I had to buy for this recipe was the chocolate. Everything else I had in the cupboard and I’ve recently been sent a range of fruit bars from Nakd so I thought I’d incorporate one of these into the recipe instead of using raspberries. As my regular readers will know, I’ve given up junk food for lent. I baked these and I couldn’t even try one, I’m impressed with my motivation.

Vanilla, Chocolate and Berry Cookies
Vanilla, Chocolate and Berry Cookies

Ingredients:

Makes 8 medium cookies

100g butter (at room temperature)

150g caster sugar

1 medium egg

200g self raising flour

1 large bar white chocolate (I used Milkybar Mini Eggs)

1/2 bar milk chocolate (I used Smartie Mini Eggs)

1 Nakd Bar (I used Berry Delight)

1 tsp vanilla essence

Method:

Preparation – 10 minutes || Baking – 10 minutes


1.
Preheat the oven to 200c. Whisk the butter and sugar until smooth.

2. Beat the egg in a separate bowl. Add to the mixture and whisk together. Add the vanilla essence.

3. Add the flour a little at a time making sure its thoroughly mixed together.

4. Put all the mini eggs/chocolate into a sandwich bag and beat with a rolling pin until the pieces have broken up a bit. Don’t beat them too much though as it’s nice to have big chunks of chocolate in the cookies. Slice the Nakd Bar* into small raisin sized pieces and add to the mixture along with the chocolate pieces. Stir well.

5. Line two baking trays with baking paper. Using your hands form 8 balls with the mixture and place on the baking trays. Make sure you leave enough room between them as they will flatten and spread.

6. Place in the oven for 12 minutes. Remember not to over cook them as they will continue to cook once they’re out of the oven. Leave to cool for 30 minutes.

Enjoy…

What are your favourite things to bake? Will you be making these Easter Themed Berry Cookies?

Until next time,

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8 Comments

  1. ariannachatz
    18th March 2015 / 1:03 pm

    These look so tasty! White chocolate is my fave kind of chocolate 🙂

    • 18th March 2015 / 1:48 pm

      Mine too! I can't wait until lent finishes, I'm craving chocolate like crazy.

      Ami xxx

  2. 18th March 2015 / 1:03 pm

    these look so yummy!!!
    Going to have to add them onto my list of things to bake!!

    Hannah
    x
    daintyandivory.blogspot.co.uk

    • 18th March 2015 / 1:49 pm

      Remember to send me a picture when you do! Looking forward to seeing them.

      Ami xxx

  3. 18th March 2015 / 1:54 pm

    This looks SO crazy good! It's only 9am where I live and I want cookies haha! Thanks for sharing.. Will def need to try these out

    Kim
    http://trendkeeper.me .. SPRING sales and how you can be featured!

  4. 18th March 2015 / 2:54 pm

    I made fudge at 6am a few weeks ago, it's never too early! I'd love to see photos if you do try them.

    Ami xxx

  5. 18th March 2015 / 9:16 pm

    wow! These look so good! Remind me of the Subway white chocolate cookies which are my vice!

  6. 19th March 2015 / 7:13 am

    These look so good! I don't know how you managed to not eat any of them

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