To some people, using half a kilo of chocolate to make 12 biscuits may seem excessive, but I can tell you I don’t put a price on alleviating human suffering.
During school semesters when I should be focusing on readings and essays rather than spending time in the kitchen, I sometimes take mini study breaks to watch clips from Nigella’s old series. I came upon this episode a few months back when I was meant to be prepping a presentation for my art history class and added this cookie recipe to my to-bake list.
These triple-chocolate cookies are mounds of chocolaty goodness that leave a trail of crumbs in their wake. The flavour of the cocoa is showcased in this recipe, and the chocolate chips add that extra intensity. Best served with a tall glass of milk!
Recipe adapted from Nigella Lawson
Yields 12 portions
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