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Chocolate Crinkle Cookies! | An easy recipe for the Cookie Monster in us 👹

I not only love the aesthetic of these cookies but always love that taste. It is to melt for! When I first made these I was half scared that the powdered sugar would just melt away but nope! It stays in place and looks and tastes amazing :D  #recipe #cookie


120 gr flour | 1 cup

1 package backing powder

160 gr sugar | 3/4 cup

2 eggs

50 gr cacao | 1/2 cup

50 ml oil | 1/4 cup

a pinch of salt

a bit of vanilla extract

120 gr powdered sugar | 1 cup

How to make it

1. Pour the oil and the sugar in a bowl and mix it. Until the mixture becomes light.

2. Add one egg and beat that in. When it seems that it has become lighter, add the second egg. 

3. Add vanilla extract and continue mixing.

4. Whisk together the flour, baking powder, salt, and cacao. 

5. Gradually add the flour into the dough. 

6. Scoop the dough onto a plastic wrap. Close it up tightly and toss it into the fridge until it gets firm. (I let mine rest until the next day but 1-2 hours should be enough)

7. When the dough is firm, unwrap it and roll them into small balls. 

8. Then roll the dough balls in the powdered sugar and place them onto a baking sheet. Make sure you leave enough space in between as these will spread quite a bit. 

9. Bake for 10 minutes at 180 degrees Celsius / 355 Fahrenheit. 

10. Let them cool off a bit on the baking tray and then put them on to a cooling rack to let them cool off completely. 

11. Enjoy munching them :D


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