Monday, July 17, 2017

Eggless Chocolate Chip Cookies | Eggless Cookies Recipes

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eggless chocolate chip cookies
Eggless chocolate chip cookies recipe with step by step photos.Chocolate chip cookies along with a glass of chilled milk is a classic combo and I just them.I love to dunk the chocolate chip cookies in the cold milk and eat them.There are various versions of chocolate chip cookie recipes, some like their cookies soft and some like chewy and some like crisp and this recipe of mine yields a crisp yet soft to bite chocolate chip cookies and it is eggless too.I will post another recipe of chocolate chip cookies with eggs sometime soon which is a soft cookie version.
eggless chocolate chip cookies
As I mentioned before these days I am baking cookies like crazy and sometimes I am baking 2-3 batches at one go so that I don't need to bother about the kiddo's snack box or those mid night hunger pangs for me.I have used dark brown sugar in the recipe and hence my cookies look bit darker in color but if you use regular brown sugar you will get golden brown cookies.I bet once you get the hang of the home made cookies I am sure you will never turn to buy the store bought cookies any more.
eggless choco chip cookies
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eggless chocolate chip cookies
Here is how to make eggless chocolate chip cookies recipe with step by step photos.
Eggless Chocolate Chip Cookies Recipe:
Yields:16-18 cookies | Author: Prathibha
Prep time: 20 mins | Baking time: 15 mins | Total time: 35 mins
Cuisine: International | Category: Snacks

3/4 cup All purpose flour
2 tsp Corn flour
a pinch of Salt
1/4 cup Butter
1/4 cup Brown sugar
2 tbsp Caster Sugar
1/2 cup Chocolate chips
1/4 tsp Baking soda
1-2 tsp Milk,if needed
1/2 tsp Vanilla essence

  • Sieve flour with corn flour,salt and baking soda a couple of times and keep aside.
  • Cream the butter with caster sugar and brown sugar until creamy and pale and then add vanilla essence and beat again.
  • Add the sieved flour mixture and chocolate chips to the creamed butter mixture and mix until the mixture resembles the crumbs.Now add a couple of teaspoons of milk and mix until it forms a dough, do not over mix it.
  • Preheat the oven at 180 deg C for 10 mins.
  • Place a parchment paper on the cookie tray and keep it ready.
  • Make small balls out of the dough by hand or scoop out using a small ice cream scooper and place them on the prepared cookie tray at a distance giving them enough space to raise while baking.
  • I do not like if the cookies spread more and hence I usually refrigerate the cookie tray for 5-7 mins in the refrigerator, however this step is optional.But if you feel the dough is slightly wet it is advised to keep the dough for a while in the refrigerator,this avoids the cookies get spread more while baking.
  • Bake it in the oven at 170 deg C for 12-15 mins, keep an eye on the cookies after 10 mins.The moment you see the brown patches at the edges and at the bottom of the cookies, it is time to bring them out of the oven.
  • The cookies might be slightly soft to touch on top but when they are cooled they will be perfect.Cool the cookies on the sheet for a while and then remove them carefully and place on the wire rack to cool further.Once they are cooled completely store them in an air tight container.
Serve them with a glass of  chilled milk or as a snack.

  1. You can avoid brown sugar and make it with only white caster sugar but I highly recommend the use of brown sugar in the recipe.
  2. Instead of chocolate chips you can add chopped chocolate chunks in the recipe.
  3. You can also add few m&m's along with chocolate chips if you are making them for the kids.
eggless chocolate chip cookies


Unknown said...

A very nice chocolate egg-less cookies recipe to prepare high class bakery style and taste

Unknown said...

I don't have brown sugar in hand now. Can i use cane sugar(pale brown in colour)? R they same?

Akilaa Vimall said...

Those were lovely cookies!! Can I know what's their shelf life in an airtight container in room temperature??

Prachi said...

What is the cup size that you have used..

Anonymous said...

Hello ma'am please tell me how much butter to take in grams,or need to cut the pieces and then put in 1/4 cup??

chef and her kitchen said...

Hi anonymous..I am sorry for a very late response as I was away on a long vacation...1/4 cup butter is roughly 50 gms

chef and her kitchen said...

Hi prachi..I used 1 cup -250 ml size cup

chef and her kitchen said...

Hi Geethu, You can use cane sugar and proceed with the same recipe but the brown sugar makes the cookies chewy.

Hi Akhila, you can easily store them upto 1-2 weeks ..but I really wonder if they last that long..

Unknown said...

Hi tried ur recipe and my cookies got burned from the bottom. Can u pls guide me. I recently started baking and this is my 1st cookie baking in oven. I have Murphy OTG 52lit.

Unknown said...

Hi,tried ur recipe bt they got burned at the bottom. This is my 1st cookie baking. Pls guide me. I m using Murphy 52lit OTG. Not understanding wht to do

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