Wednesday, 4 March 2020

My Milkybar Cookie Slices Recipe

Last month I shared my recipe for Mini Egg Cookie Slices and you best believe they have been on my mind ever since. They were almost a mix between a soft chocolate chip cookie and a gooey blondie, so pretty much heaven in a mouthful. As we enjoyed them so much I decided to make more recently but I just swapped out a few ingredients, coming up with Milkybar cookie slices. White chocolate chips and chunks of Milkybar went with the cookie mix incredibly well so here's how to make them, if they sound like your kind of bake.
tray of Milkybar cookie slices on kitchen counter next to packet of Milkybar
Ingredients:
115g butter
55g granulated sugar
135g light brown sugar
1 egg
1 tsp vanilla extract
275g plain flour
1 tsp bicarbonate of soda
1 tbsp cornflour
sprinkle of salt
100g white chocolate chips
1 block of Milkybar, broken into chunks (1 bar has 15 chunks so I used 12 for the slices, 3 to melt for a drizzle)

Method:
1. Pre-heat your oven to 190 degrees (170 fan) and grease and line a large square baking tin
2. In a saucepan, melt your butter then add in your granulated sugar and light brown sugar
3. Using an electric whisk, if possible, whisk until smooth
4. Add in your egg and vanilla extract and whisk again until combined
5. In a separate bowl, weigh out your plain flour, bicarbonate of sofa, cornflour and sprinkle of salt. Give it a gentle mix then pour into your wet mixture
6. Stir your wet and dry mixtures together until fully combined and then pour in your chocolate chips
7. When you have mixed in your chocolate chips, you should have a thick cookie dough so now you can tip it into your baking tin
8. Spread out the cookie dough in the tin, getting it as even as possible then bake in your oven for 15 minutes
9. After 15 minutes, add your Milkybar chunks to the top of the cookie dough, pushing in slightly. Bake for another 15 minutes (I recommend doing it this way as I originally added the Milkybar chunks at the start and as you can see they browned a little. Adding them halfway through should just melt them slightly)
10. Leave to cool in the tin for 10 minutes then leave to cool completely on a wire rack
11. Whilst the cookie is cooling, melt the remaining 3 chunks of Milkybar in a glass bowl over a pan of simmering water than drizzle on top. Once the drizzle has set slightly, cut into slices
slice of Milkybar cookie held up over other cookie slices
This recipe makes 12 cookie slices but you could easily double or adapt it how you wish to make more. You could also swap out the white chocolate and Milkybar for milk chocolate, Galaxy, Cadbury, whatever you fancy. I love the gooey, almost cake like consistency of these with the crisp top and a warm chunk of chocolate. Just something a little different to the mad amount of brownies I've made recently!

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10 comments

jennyinneverland said...

Oh my goodness these look fantastic! I love white chocolate SO MUCH!

Unknown said...

I need these! I love Blondies so much.

Tiffany Timms said...

I always tend to reach for milk or dark chocolate when baking but you can't beat Milkybar sometimes! Went with the cookie mix SO well xx

Tiffany Timms said...

Me too, these are a real mix of different bakes! x

maries_connections said...

Oh My GOSH ! looks insanely good. Thanks for the recipe.

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Cora - Tea Party Princess said...

NOOOO these look amazing. My mouth is watering. And I'm supposed to be cutting down on sweet haha.
Definitely going to be tryingthese!
Cora | http://www.teapartyprincess.co.uk/

Makeup Muddle said...

White chocolate is my absolute favourite, so I've just printed this recipe to try on Saturday. Thank you for sharing, they look nicer than anything I'd buy in Millie's Cookies! xx

Makeup Muddle

Heather Nixon said...

It looks so yum!! x

Sophie said...

They look absolutely incredible! Milky bar was my favourite kind of chocolate before I went vegan x

Sophie
www.glowsteady.co.uk

Daisy said...

YUM!! That sounds gorgeous! Though white chocolate is a little too sweet for me. I'd probably use a Galaxy or something xD

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