Death by Chocolate? Then please through these cookies! The Brownie cookies with olive oil and sea salt are by far the juiciest, most chocolaty and addictive chocolate cookies I've ever baked! Do the favor and spoil yourself very quickly with a fragrant sheet of brownies in cookie form.
Weather wise, I'm currently dreaming back to Bella Italia. Last week, my loved ones and I spent under the sun of Sardinia, including pizza and pasta included. An advantage are gray clouds and constant drizzle but we finally feel like it baking cookies!
When it's wet, cold and uncomfortable outside, nothing works better than a big load of chocolate cookies. But not any chocolate cookies, for some time there has always and definitely the Brownie cookies with olive oil and sea salt be. You're just raising an eyebrow because olive oil and sea salt in your ears do not sound like the perfect cookie ingredients? Felt the same way! Just let yourself be convinced of the result super chocolaty, soft and juicy cookies do not lie.
Brownie cookies with olive oil and sea salt
Calories per serving: 185kcal
120 ml olive oil
200 G sugar
100 G Flour
60 G cocoa powder
1.2 TL salt
1 TL baking powder
1 TL hot water
125 G chocolate at least 50 percent cocoa content
Stir olive oil and sugar well with a blender
Add the eggs one at a time and mix well
Stir in the flour, cocoa powder and salt until a countless dough is formed
Mix baking soda and water in a small bowl, then mix under the dough until well combined
Chop the chocolate into small pieces and lift it under the dough. Then the dough must be refrigerated for at least one hour
Preheat oven to 180 degrees and cover two baking trays with baking paper
Place 9 slightly flattened dough balls on each baking tray with two tablespoons and sprinkle with sea salt. If the balls are too round, the cookies do not get thin enough when baking
Bake cookies for 10-13 minutes until the edges are almost firm. Allow to cool briefly on the baking sheet until firm
The trick with the baking powder You'll save the annoying mixing of solid ingredients if you can baking powder with hot water. Do not be surprised, it is seething! The terribly impatient CO2 When in contact with water, he does not feel like slumbering in baking soda and says goodbye in the form of small bubbles. So that the powder does not lose its effect, it stirs the water-baking powder mixture flux under the dough. The little excursion into the colorful magical world of chemistry is already over.
Friends of cookies that are crunchy on the outside and soft on the inside will love the brownie cookies. Incidentally, I've used homemade raspberry salt for the color, but normal sea salt is just as good. Now I wish you all a magical weekend, I start next week in an incredibly exciting internship and I'm excited as hell!
Are you telling me your favorite chocolate cookies?