Relznik Posted 14 Apr 2011 , 9:09am
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I usually make an all-butter vanilla cookie. I love the way it's so easy to make, is nice to handle, and most importantly, doesn't spread when baked. The recipe is this:

350g butter
400g caster sugar
3 eggs
800g plain flour.

However, I have a customer request a chocolate cookie and I haven't done this before.

Does anyone have a tried and tested recipe, please? Or do you think it would work if I replaced some of the flour with a good quality cocoa powder... and if so, how much?

Thanks

Suzanne x

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scp1127 Posted 14 Apr 2011 , 9:44am
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Cookie Crazie... you will like her site, gives her recipes, which includes her chocolate recipe. I am sure it could be adapted to any recipe.
http://cookiecrazie.blogspot.com/

Forgot to mention... she does sub the flour for cocoa powder.

Relznik Posted 14 Apr 2011 , 10:27am
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Thank you!!

Off to look at the site now.

Suzanne x

Edited to say: Wow! What a wonderful site. Thank you for the link!!!

scp1127 Posted 15 Apr 2011 , 1:16am
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Glad you liked her work. She is so talented... and all for charity.

sunflowercakery Posted 11 Jul 2011 , 2:31pm
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Thanks so much for this link, scp1127; I'm just getting into cookie decorating and when pressed for time the other day, I was looking for a recipe that didn't need refrigeration *and* wouldn't be a crumbly mess when I tried to roll it out. Cookie Crazie's recipe fulfilled both requirements....and was delicious to boot!

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