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Wednesday, October 3, 2012

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   I always wanted to bake this kind of choco chip cookies at home and kept searching for the recipe that is eggless. One more thing that kept me postpone trying these cookies is the fact that Aj is allergic to cocoa and Vj is not big fan of cookies either. So if I bake these, the only person going to eat the whole thing is meLoser. But few weeks back, Vj showed me a cookie making video and I got very much inspired seeing it. But there is no relation between the recipe I watched and this recipe. This recipe is one, I got from Priya’s versatile recipes, the real super blogger, who has almost all possible recipes in her blog! I found this one very easy and interesting. So just halved the recipe and tried it. And when I took a bite form the baked cookies, I was totally spell bound by its taste and texture. It was just as good as the famous amos cookies I have tasted.
  It is very easy to make with no fancy items in it. All possible ingredients and mainly no commercial egg replacer! Easy enough for a beginner baker. I am going to try to bake these cookies with few variations keeping this as base. Your kids gonna love this if you bake for them. So bake off these and let me know!
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Eggless choco chip cookies recipe

Recipe Cuisine: Continental  |  Recipe Category: Snacks
Prep Time: 10 mins    |  Cook time: 20 mins    Makes: 16 cookies

Ingredients

All purpose flour 1 cup
Choco chip 1/4 cup
Sugar 6 tblsp
Butter(unsalted) 1/4 cup
Baking soda 1/4 tsp
Baking powder 1/2 tsp
Milk 1 tblsp
Vanilla essence 1/2 tsp

 

Method

  1. Sieve / mix well the flour, baking soda and powder together. In another mixing bowl, take sugar and butter( at room temperature). Mean while pre heat oven to 170 deg. C.1-choco-chip-step 
  2. Beat it until you get a creamy texture. I just did it with my whisk for some 4 -5 minutes. Add vanilla, choco chips, milk to it.2-choco-chip-step 
  3. Add the mixed flour to it and gather everything to make a dough. Divide into desired number of balls. I made 6 jumbo and 8 medium sized cookies, so divided according to that. 3-choco-chip-step
  4. Flatten the balls over a lined cookie tray (with butter paper) with enough space in between as the cookie tend to expand. Baking time is around 15 – 20 minutes. Mine got baked at 18 minutes. So keep an eye after 15 minutes and bake until golden in colour.4-choco-chip-step
Notes
  • Size of the cookies is your choice, so number of cookies depends on that.
  • Keep an eye after 15 minutes as baking time varies from oven to oven.

Cool in wire rack  and store in air tight container. Are you ready to eat the crisp and melt in mouth cookies?

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Its crisp, light and porous. Day dreaming

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82 comments:

  1. Super yummy cookie and sure it will be hit with kids. I do keep the dough in fridge for 30 mins before making baking it. It comes out crisp

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  2. Wow a simple and easy to bake cookies.Love the last pic.

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  3. I am always looking for no eggs recipes to bake. And yes, I too have tried a few from Priya with good results. You have made these cookies beautifully.

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  4. They look absloutley super yumm, it is ages ago i made any kindof cookies

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  5. Nice eggless cookies...as usual the clicks rock

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  6. Like these thin and crisp cookies!

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  7. VEENA, SOME RECIPES NEEDS TO BE DONE LIKE THAT, BUT THIS ONE COMES CRIPS EVEN WITHOUT DOING THAT, ! NEED NOT WAIT THAT MUCH TIME :D

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  8. I don't like eggs in my cookies and always bake eggless ones..they look so crisp and delicious..love them..

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  9. Looks mouthwatering. bookmarked !

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  10. very nice One ! looks tempting

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  11. Lovely Raji! very good captures. wonderfully explained

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  12. Super tempting cookies with lovely presentation. will try this for Varsha this weekend.

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  13. Super like!!!delicious, lovely cookies....:)
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  14. Love the cookies without egg.Will try.

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  15. Very simple and yum cookies.

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  16. Crunchy and flavorful cookies loving it...

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  17. I do eat cakes and cookies with eggs but when it comes to baking on my own,I prefer my cookies eggless.This is a great recipe and the cookies have come out perfect!

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  18. Looks absolutely crispy and perfect. Tempting cookies!

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  19. I love choco chips cookies.. And so does my lil one.. I am always worried about giving him the store bought ones.. But this recipe looks so easy to make and all the ingredients are really handy.. I am gonna try this!!!

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  20. It's finger licking delicious & tempting..

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  21. love it! i have tried these once and they came out not bad. made them for jey, actually :)

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  22. Loving it! I love to bake once in a while and cookie is one easy option for me. The cookies look so good Raks.

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  23. They came out extremely prefect, feel like munching some. Thanks for trying Raji.

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  24. Absolutely perfect eggless choco chips cookies.....yummy.

    Today's recipe:
    http://sanolisrecipies.blogspot.com/2012/10/chicken-stew-bengali-style.html

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  25. Looks yum ...nice pics

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  26. Superb.. they are loaded with choc chips and just love it that way!

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  27. awesome cookies raji..yum yum

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  28. Super perfect and delicious looking cookies...Loved the clicks..

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  29. Great recipe! I've been looking for an eggless cookie recipe because I want a dough I can keep in the fridge for a week and just bake a few cookies at a time - this should work perfectly! I'm going to roll it into a log, wrap it up and slice off a few at a time :)

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  30. Do we get choco chips in shop??? Where can we get it?

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  31. I love chocolate chips cookies but never made eggless. Yours looks divine. You are right priya is a SUPER blogger. She has tons of different recipes.

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  32. wow, that's a simple and easy to bake chocolate chip cookie recipe and that too eggless..bookmarked. Thks for sharing the recipe and the step by step instructions.

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  33. so good..i can have 5-6 in one go..nicley captured..

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  34. Superb cookies! Looks very tempting too..

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  35. I tried this today and it came out so well:)
    First it was soft..I was like "OMG Raji's cookies were so crisp and lite and why did mine come soft!"..but later once it cooled down it was just lite and crisp:)thanks Raji for sharing this simple yet tasty recipe..

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  36. I live in Mumbai and I swear I asked everywhere for the choco chips and the unsalted butter. I tried to pipe the chips. And they turned out okay. And instead of unsalted butter, I was thinking of using the home-made butter (Makkhan). Can I use it? And can you tell me where I can get the both? I wanna try this recipe!

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  37. You can use chopped chocolate bar if u Atleast get them in ur place. You an try salted butter or homemade butter as well.

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  38. Hey!
    Haf been on look out fr tat 'Perfect chocolate cookies' n these turned out yummiliously yummy :).. I added a tbls of cocoa powder to make it double chocolate cookies.. Thanks fr a keeper recipe..
    Shraddha!

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  39. Hi...your choco chip cookies look delicious! i tried by taking the recipe from some other source, however i do not have butter paper! the moment i put my cookies on the oven try ...they all came together and formed a rectangular shape bcoz all the butter melted!! what could have gone wrong? please guide...i am a big fan of your recipes :)

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    1. It's something usual for a cookie to spread while its getting baked. Leave enough space between cookies. If there is space it would have turned out round.

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  40. also i am very new to blogging...and do not know how to proceed...only that i have opened my account at blogger.com by home style cooking.

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  41. how clumsy i am behaving...can i do it with amul butter (do not know where to get unsalted butter from) and also do not know how to alternate the absence of readymade choco chips...can i grate any dark chocolate?

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    1. I think u can try with salted butter. And if u have chocolate, you can chop it into tiny pieces instead grating. That will sure help.

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  42. Hi akka
    i tried this cookies, it is very crispy bt i want it little soft
    what can i do:(

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  43. Hi
    The choco chip cookies turned out so wel.
    Thanks for the easy and quick recipe.
    looking forward for more cookie recipes.
    Anu

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  44. i love this and i try lovley sooo seewt

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  45. The cookies came out really well. Thanks for the wonderful and easy recipe. I used M&M's instead of choco-chips, coz kids love to see colors in what they eat :) How can I send you the pic of my cookies ? There is not upload option here.

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  46. The cookies came out really well. Thanks for the wonderful and easy recipe. I used M&M's instead of choco-chips, coz kids love to see colors in what they eat :) How can I send you the pic of my cookies ? There is not upload option here.

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  47. The cookies turned out very well. Thank you for the wonderful and easy recipe. I used M&Ms instead of choco-chips. Kids love to see colors right ? This works best :) How can I send you the pic of my cookies. There is no upload option here.

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    1. Hi, You can send me through email or facebook fan page. Find the email ID in about me page.

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  48. Hey nice one... even I tried it the same way though I adapted the recipe from other source. The way I made-
    Foodies' Fun

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  49. I'm making these for my friends and my family! One of them is vegetarian and I was looking EVERYWHERE for a simple egg less cookie recipe. So glad I found this!!! Although I do hope they like it :/

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  50. Thanks for the recipe. I really want to try this.. Is there some other way to bake these cookies instead of using Oven or Microwave? Please let me know.

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  51. Recipe sounds interesting.. :) Wanna try it.. Is it possible to do it Microwave ? (I have never tried baking with Microwave ;) )

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  52. Your's and priya's recipe's quantities are different. Which one to use?

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    1. I just halved the quantities, am I right?

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  53. I just tried this recipe...it came out perfect...it was my first successful attemt at baking cookies..i loved them...thanks a lot for the recipe and step wise pics :)

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  54. Hey, thanks for all the wonderful recipes. Your eggless butterless cake recipe is already a hit with my family. I tried these cookies but they have come out a little hard not softer like how cookie should be.. more like biscuts. Can you tell me why? Appreciate your advice.
    Thanks

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  55. i want to make these delicious cookies. but i dnt get choco chips in my city easily..how can i substitute them?
    can i simply use pieces of any chocolate bar?

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    1. not any chocolate bar we eat, any cooking chocolate will be working fine for this recipe

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  56. hey..well, i saw this recipe and knew i had to try it. I did however replace the maida with corn (maize) flour and white sugar with cane sugar (3tbsp). Also, I used nutralite butter and made that 1 tbsp less from the 1/4cup mentioned. the cookies turned out to be a healthy and equally crispy and delicious version of this recipe. Just thought i'd share it with people who are cautious about 'white poison' intake by our kids. ~CW

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  57. it came out awesome!! thanks :)

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  58. thank you so much for the recipe my cookies were more than perfect :)

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  59. it was more than perfect thanks for the recipe ..... i even used wheat flour instead of maida

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  60. Wer does d milk go???????

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  61. Hi, at what temperature do we bake it?

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  62. At what temperature do we bake the cookies?

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    1. Same as preheated temperature. 170 deg C

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  63. Hi..the recipe is cool :) but I have only a microwave and when I tried it it all got burnt in the center and I baked only for 4 mins :( can u help me out with the microwave baking PLZ!!!!!!

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  64. hey raks ...I have been trying baking cookies and this is third attempt...never cookies came out crispy and crunchy...all times they come out soft.. :( donno what's going wrong pls suggest me ...I tried in oven with same temp and time but cookies didnt even cook by that time and they are raw and soft.

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  65. the only thing which always fails for me is cookies..all other ur recipes are awesome and comes out perfect..

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  66. Thanks for posting easy cookie recipe

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  67. Thanks for posting easy cookie recipe

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  68. Hi Raks, I tried these cookies today. I had a bit of a issue while mixing sugar and butter. They dint turn out creamy, the sugar still remained as small granules. Do we have to use regular or icing sugar? The dough was crumbly. I added little milk and somehow made the dough. But while flattening they tend to crack. Can you suggest any tip?

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  69. Use fine grain sugar. You can sprinkle milk little if it cracks.

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    1. My oven beeps when the preheat set temperature reaches.

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