Find soft and chewy American-style cookie recipes that are dangerously easy to bake! We've heaps of chocolate cookies, chocolate chip cookies, oatmeal cookies and more.
Especially for chocolate chip lovin' kids out there, who can't have eggs or nuts!
These American-style cookies are simply irresistible eaten while still warm and the chocolate chunks are still soft and melting. Macadamia nuts, with their buttery flavour, add a crunchy texture, but can be omitted if you prefer. Like the chocolate, the nuts should be kept in fairly large pieces.
These cookies are the pinnacle of perfection! If you want a big, fat, chewy cookie like the kind you see at bakeries and specialty shops, then these are the cookies for you!
I love this recipe... I have modified it quite a lot so that it bears no resemblance to the original recipe. My mum thinks it needs more sugar, but I like the cocoa taste. Goes well with hot chocolate.... Mmmmm :D
A recipe I picked up from a book at school in food technology, although I altered it a bit for my own taste.
These cookies are my own recipe. I hope you like them :)
These chewy American style cookies are a snack time treat!
This recipe is so versatile you can substitute the cohoclate for anything you want really- I tried mine with a mixture of white, milk 'n' caramel and plain milk- bits left over from Easter! Great for a snack or lunchboxes- enjoy. There's no need to buy chocolate chips- just chop chocolate into suitable sized chunks.
My lil choc chip cookie recipe... They have been a huge hit with everyone who has tried them so far...
I had some dates leftover from a Sticky Date Pudding I made recently and thought they'd be great in a cookie...I was right!
These cookies are special because, they not only have two types of chocolate chips in them, they also have the additional crunch from the macadamia nuts. If you think that 48 cookies is too much, you can freeze the portioned out uncooked cookie dough on the baking trays until frozen. Once frozen, store in a container in the freezer. When you want fresh cookies, cook directly from frozen, simply add 2-3 minutes to the cooking time.
This is a delicious recipe that combines the flavours of walnuts and chocolate, in a cookie-style biscuit. They won't last long in your house! Serve them on their own or with a cup of tea or coffee.
These cookies taste like gingernuts. They're chewy and lightly spiced. They are easy to make and keep very well. Serve with a cup of tea, coffee or a glass of milk.
These are known as pine nut cookies. The recipe uses just four ingredients to make the most delectable cookies, with a light almond flavour and a crunch from the pine nuts.
A delicious soft cookie, which is full of pineapple, raisins and walnuts. Perfect for afternoon tea, packed lunches or served with coffee, tea or a glass of milk.
Deliciously rich, soft and chewy cookies made with white chocolate and macadamia nuts. You can add white chocolate chips if you prefer. Serve these indulgent treats with tea, coffee or on their own.
The star of this recipe is the white chocolate. When the cookies are baked, the white chocolate oozes into the cookie, creating a wonderfully rich treat. The crunch of the macadamia nuts makes these cookies absolutely perfect.
All of the goodness of carrot cake in a compact cookie. These are cake-like cookies, not the chewy variety. These have it all with pineapple, cinnamon and walnuts.
These Italian biscuits are packed full of nutty goodness. They are delicious when freshly baked, but taste even better the following day. Serve with a cup of tea or coffee.
These crisp, sweet and buttery biscuits are full of nutty goodness. Shape these biscuits into cigar shapes whilst they're still warm, if desired. Drizzle with dark chocolate for that extra indulgence.