Today I’m back with the second to last recipe in this serie of chocolate recipes. It all went by really quickly. I hope you’re still enjoying these recipes I put up for you every week.
I know they’re more unhealthy than healthy, but this way I wanna show you that you can easily make some good treats. Because what do we see actually see as ‘healthy’ foods? I feel like healthy food is something you feel good by. Doesn’t mean you have to eat yourself in bodyweight in chocolate. But you should be able to enjoy the chocolate, cakes, donuts and cookies whenever you feel like it and never regret it.
But now on to the recipe, this is a recipe I definitely wanted to make during this serie. Something that’s always a good idea with some chai tea or chocolate milk (even more chocolate).
Next week will be the last recipe for this serie and then I will have 2 more weeks until my #24dayswithlisamarie series starts. Where I have 3 more recipes for until I have a post everyday until christmas.
But now on to the recipe;
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Author: Lisa-Marie Sommers
Recipe type: treat/dessert
Hazelnut chocolate chip cookies
– 1/2 tsp baking soda
– 1/2 tsp baking powder
– 180 gr plain flour
– 200 gr sugar
– 1 tsp vanilla extract
– 3 tbsp cacao powder
– 50 gr hazelnuts
– 50 gr vegan white chocolate
– 100 gr hazelnut crunch chocolate
– 110 gr vegan butter (at room temperature)
1. Preheat your oven to 180 C. Line a baking tray.
2. Start adding your butter, sugar and vanilla extract to a bowl, and whisk it until light and fluffy.
3. In a separate bowl; mix together: flour, cacao powder, baking soda and baking powder.
4. Start adding your flour mixture into the butter mixture. Until you get a crumbly texture.
5. Fold in hazelnuts and chocolate.
6. Roll them into balls and place them onto your baking sheet.
7. Put in the oven for 15 minutes.
Let them cool completely before touching. They should be really soft when they get out of the oven. They harden when you let them cool.
You can skip the nuts if you don’t like them and just replace them with more chocolate.