Ingredients (30 cookies) 150 g Toms EKSTRA Mørk Mælk (47 % milk chocolate) 150 g Toms EKSTRA Mørk Chokolade 70% (70 % dark chocolate) 100 g hazelnuts 230 g butter, room temperature 170 g sugar 120 g brown sugar 330 g all-purpose flour 1,5 tsp soda 0,5 tsp salt 1 egg Salt flakes
Chop the chocolates and hazelnuts coarsly.
Whip the sugar and butters until light and fluffy.
In a new bowl sieve together flour, soda and salt.
Add the egg to the butter mixture and stir until well mixed.
Add the dry ingredients to the butter mixture and stir until combined.
Add the hazelnuts and chocolates to the dough, until well combined.
Place a sheet of baking paper on two baking trays, roll 30 little balls of the dough and place the balls well distributed on each sheet. Place the trays in the fridge for 30 minutes and in the meantime preheat the oven to 200 °C.
Bake one tray in the oven at a time for about 10-12 minutes.
Let the cookies cool and sprinkle with a bit of salt flakes.
I’m a huuuuge fan af doughnuts of all shapes, colors and flavors. However, there’s something quite unique about mini sized doughnuts. I think there’s a rule saying that when things come in mini sizes, it’s alright to eat more… Am I right?!
Anyway, I’ve shown doughnuts a few times on the blog before, and I’m quite certain I’ll probably do it agan (and again, and again).
I L O V E them!
I really must insist that if you haven’t tried baking them before, just go ahead and get baking! Now! These doughnuts are SO easy to bake and they turn out perfect every time. Continue reading →
Here’s an idea for the perfect “clean you kitchen cabinets”-project: Granola bars. The delicious snacks can be made in sooo many different variations, just to your liking.
Once again I’ve invited a camera crew into my tiny little kitchen to show you guys how I handle my baking process. In a collab with the wonderful Danish new concept “Mig og min mad” (My food and I) a range of cute videos have been born, and I’m so proud to be a part of the project. This video actually turned out even better than I’d hoped, if I may say so. I really hope you’ll like it. Continue reading →