Iris’s Chocolate Chip Cookies

Iris’s Chocolate Chip Cookies
Iris’s Chocolate Chip Cookies

30 min

12 pcs

VegetarianNut free
Know the feeling: sudden craving for something sweet? Check your kitchen cupboards – probably you have most ingredients for these Chocolate Chip Cookies! This is the fav recipe of Iris who cooks on Carrot Kitchen’s videos. Make these delicious cookies with a friend or just by yourself.

Iris’s Chocolate Chip Cookies

    Iris’s Chocolate Chip Cookies

  • 100 g (room temperature) butter
  • 85 g sugar
  • 70 g brown sugar
  • 1 egg
  • 200 g plain flour
  • ½ tsp baking soda
  • ¼ tsp salt
  • 150 g dark chocolate
  1. Time to get going!

    Wash your hands and make sure you have all ingredients at hand. Heat up the oven to 200 degrees or 175 degrees for a fan oven.

  2. Butter & sugar

    Keep the butter in the microwave just for a moment, to temperate it. Beat the butter and both sugars with electric mixer until smooth. Add the egg and beat until smooth.

  3. Mix together dry ingredients

    Take another bowl and mix dry ingredients – flour, soda and salt – with a spoon. Carefully crush the chocolate with a knife. Then mix dry ingredients and chocolate into egg-sugar foam.

  4. Prep for the oven

    Cover 2 baking trays with baking papers. Using a spoon, make 12 (6 per tray) pats of dough and place them on the trays.

  5. In the oven

    In the fan oven, you can put both trays in the oven at the same time. Bake the cookies for 7 to 10 minutes until golden. Even if they may look a bit raw, take them from the oven to keep them soft and viscous inside.

  6. Cool down

    Draw the cookies and their baking papers from the trays and let them cool down before serving. Meanwhile, it’s about time to clean the kitchen!

  7. Time to enjoy!

    These cookies taste wonderful when you dip them in oat milk or milk.


"I enjoyed goofin’ around in the shootings”

11 y

Tell us about your fav recipe, chocolate chip cookies? I learnt to bake these cookies during Carrot Kitchen’s Baking Live, and they immediately became my favourites. Super quick & easy to make, their taste is so yummy, with a bit of saltiness and a bit of sweetness. Just do not over-bake these cookies because they taste best while still a bit soft.

How many Carrot Kitchen videos do you cook on? Pretty many! Carrot Balls, Fruit Salad, White Chocolate & Raspberry Muffins… Everything has been good, but those muffins were the best because they tasted both fresh and sweet.

Did you enjoy shooting these videos? Yes, it was great and relaxed. Of course, a bit exciting also, but if something goes wrong, we’ll just re-take. And I really enjoyed goofin’ around.”

Who taught you to cook? Mostly my mom but also my dad.

Whose kitchen you’d love to visit? Charli D’Amelio‘s! She’s such a great dancer and has a nice character.

Your favourite food colour? Pink – it’s nice yet not ‘too much’. And it’s pretty rare in food.

Who do you love to cook with? With my friend Olivia: we always have fun… does not matter if something goes wrong.

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