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Butterless Choco Cookies

It gratifies me when a non-fat baking recipe is rendered. As a full-time girlfriend of a freelance personal trainer, I find it guilty to consume too much fat even though it comes up in the shape of self-indulgence. My Sunday morning gets brought to light by accident. A month ago, my sister came across an idea of butter cooked fusion. Inevitably, she took a privilege to have every single block of butter melted and well stirred with that glorious fusion. In consequence, I end up having nothing left for my next batch of choco chips devils.

Butterless cookie came out less tasty compared to the original one. Cannot bear the dry and light texture? You’re welcome to skip. But if you’re finally down for a non-dairy recipe, then give this a go.

  • 1/2 cup of oil, I combine sunflower and olive
  • 3/4 cup of granulated sugar
  • 1 egg, sauna weather, since Saigon is too hot to maintain a room temperature degree
  • 1 teaspoon of optional extract. I went with coffee
  • 1/2 teaspoon baking soda
  • 1 cup of flour, all purpose
  • 1/2 cup cocoa powder, I substitute 2 tablespoons of flour for more of this.
  • a handful (or mind) of choco chips
  • an urge to get your lazy ass out of bed

Your oven, preheated, 175©, now.

Since oil is basically a liquid ingredient, a level of patience is required to have this completely whisked up with sugar for about 8-9mins. I finish 2 baking tutorials while waiting for this step.

Add egg and baking soda after the batter reaches a standard that people described as “pale and creamy“, and give it a perfect mix for 2-3mins more.

Have the flour sifted thoroughly before you start the combining stage. Alternately fold in the flour and choco chips until the two are well-incorporated.

Cookies perform its best when the batter is not too thick. Scoop you batter one by one on a line sheeted baking tray. And wait for 10-12 mins for things to get excited!

We’ve all been there. When your heart craves for a crunchy basket, yet the limitation of ingredient gets in the way. But the hardest decision requires the strongest will. My dear, your batch of love is only a few spoons of oil away.


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