Thursday, November 19, 2009

Hazel nut and chocolate chips cookies

Thinking not to baking for this period as my old helper has gone back home, and the new one have yet to come. Without a helper is really painful, especially I have 3 kids to take care. This is also causing me has less time to read my favorite blog and put up blog post. Back to baking, Desmond was asking me to bake cookies for him, since there is a "demand", so must have "supply", since he likes chocolate flavour, thus I baked the hazel nut and chocolate chips cookies for him.


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Hazel nut and chocolate chips cookie

175g all purpose flour
1 tbsp rice flour
1/4 tsp of baking soda
a pinch of salt
125g unsalted butter
75g brown sugar
10g cocoa powder ( ~2tbsp)
1 egg (medium) -lightly beaten
200g chocolate chips
60g Hazel nuts

Steps:-
1. Beat butter, salt and brown sugar till creamy
2. Add in egg and mix well.
3. Mix in flour and rice flour.
4. Then add in chocolate chips and followed by Hazel nuts
5. Bake at pre-heat oven at 180c for 16mins.

** Immediate store in air-tight container to avoid cookies turned soggy.

Do enjoy Baking !!!

31 comments:

tracieMoo said...

yum~ chocolate chip cookies are by far my favourite! they look delicious :))

hsling said...

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Nat said...

Hi Sonia, Hazelnuts are so yummy but I find i just don't use them often enough...I am sure it was amazing when paired with chocolate...these would have been delicious !

ai wei said...

what a coinciden. i baked cookies today too!~

Bakeling said...

The second picture is real sharp and the cookies make a good afternoon tea break !

reanaclaire said...

another recipe for me to try.. hazel nuts.. i love that too..

Dodol & Mochi said...

Love your blog! Keep up the good work! Glad to know another Malaysian who is so addicted to the kitchen hahaha!!

Cheers from your neighboring suburb in KL,
Pei-Lin

The Little Teochew said...

Yums!! Do you find that adding rice flour makes the cookies more crispy?

Take care ... I know what you mean about being w/o help. It's not that you can't manage, but the household chores take up a lot of time away from your kids, right? Hope your new helper is a good one, so that you can focus on your family.

Sonia said...

tracieMoo, thanks for dropping by.

hsling, ok ok, will collect is soon, Thanks so much.

Nat, ya, this is really good.

Ai Wei, so waht type of cookie you baked? will check out your blog.

Bakeling, I guess with a cup of milk will be nicer

Sonia said...

reanaclaire, quickly try out.

Pei Ling, Thanks for dropping by, will visit your blog soon.

The little Teochew, yes yes, added rice flour make the cookies more crispy, you should try this out, very similar to Chipsmore cookies. And suggest you to chop the hazel nut to small piece, as i forgot this step.

A Full-Timed Housefly said...

My kids love these , guess most kids love choc chip cookies , these cookies look wonderful !

Palidor said...

Economics 101, right? The cookies look fantastic. I wish you could be my supplier too. ;-)

Colin Woon said...

Demand = supply?! That's easy! I demand that you send some to me...kekeke...

A cup of cold milk with this cookies should be AWESOME!

Beachlover said...

what a interesting and funny way you describe the supply and demand! haha! wish I can take one bite now!

Canary said...

Hazel nut and chocolate chips cookie ~ I like this, my kids too...

Thanks for sharing.

~ 仪仪妈咪 ~ said...

I think i have the satay sauce recipi, it is from my malay friend but it seem like very complicated. but if you wan i can forward to u. ^_^

please give me you email address and i wil forward the recepi to you

苏联妈妈 said...

kindly collect your 2009 blogger's appreaction awards from my blog. once again Thank You for your sharing & i really appreciatted it.

J.O said...

Hazel nut是我很喜欢的果仁
我想这饼干一定很好吃

对了~你的新相机是什么牌子:P

My Little Things Corner said...

cookies...i like it, especially chocolate one!!! Mmmmm

Jane Chew said...

Love this type of cookies. But mine i add oat bran as well. Turn out good too. mmm... You reminded me that i can bake some for kid's teachers to show appreciation.

Sonia said...

A full-timed housefly, all kids love chocolate cookies.

Palidor, me become supplier? hahaha..

Colin, sorry still can not get away Supply Chain/logistics term since I was previously involved in this line, supply and demand..hahaha..

Sonia said...

Beachlover, previously I was Supply Chain/Logistics line, too use to this kind of term, hahaha..

Canary, kids always love this.

Yiyimummy, Thanks so much, you could send it to me at sonia9423@gmail.com at any time.

Sulianmummy, Thanks for the award, will collect from you soon.

J.O, my new camera is G11, a very good camera, you wanted to buy one?

My little things corner, ya agreed, adult also like this, my hubby is one of them.

Jane, good idea to add oat, but I seldom but this oat. Ya, you should bake for them.

Sonia said...

J.O, sorry, is Canon brand, powershot series.

米亚 said...

Sonia... i am last again... oh nooo!!! This hazelnut cookies look delicious! Thats definitely a recipe for me to follow since I like hazel nuts too...!

mimid3vils said...

famous amos cookies?

Sonia said...

Mia, I'm sure you and Alex will love this.

mimid3vils, not up to that level, but quite similar..

Little Corner of Mine said...

Beautiful and looks really crispy. My type of cookies.

Anncoo said...

Is chocolate powder ~ cocoa powder?

Sonia said...

LCOM, this is a very crunchy type of cookie.

Anncoo, sorry, I just realized I wrote wrongly, should be cocoa powder, I have revised in the recipe.

zurin said...

MM YUM and crispy cookies. I like!! 'Demand and supply' made me laugh! :DD

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