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My Kinder Cookie Recipe

Just in time for Thanksgiving... but if you have zero clue what to bring to your Friendsgiving or Christmas party, my go-to is cookies. Everyone loves sugar, you can't really screw them up because it all comes down to taste. Now I will say, I am a cookie connoisseur, I love a good chocolate chip cookie, usually when I'm traveling I try to go to the best bakeries to try their version of a chocolate chip cookie. Now, we all know that cookies have many different consistencies and everyone has their own preference when it comes to how they want it to taste, the texture... all the gooood stuff.

I am a Subway cookie fan, I prefer the undercooked, doughy, cake-batter vibe. Yes, it's probably terrible for you. But this is the type I make for my family and friends, and they usually don't last longer than one day.

So here is the recipe! Enjoy!

Tyanna x

Kinder Cookies

Ingredients 1 egg (whole) 1 egg yolk

150g brown sugar

100g caster sugar

Kinder chocolate bars (as many or as few as you like), or chocolate chips

275g self-raising flower

1tsp vanilla extract

160g unsalted butter


  1. Mix eggs, sugars, vanilla extract, and butter - ensure it's smooth in consistency.

  2. Fold in the chocolate either kinder or chips, don't beat the mixture, just fold gently.

  3. Add flour and mix until dough comes together.

  4. Refrigerate! I try to keep it in the fridge for 30 minutes.

  5. Preheat the oven to 180°c, if you don't you will burn the cookies or they will not cook properly.

  6. Separate the dough into the size of your cookie, and ensure they are as round as possible because these cookies have a mind of their own and start spreading quickly!

  7. Also ensure there is space around each cookie on the baking tray, so the cookies don't get stuck together.

  8. Cook for 12 minutes, or until you desire. Leave for 30 minutes to cool down before removing from baking tray.


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