Double chocolate fudge cookies hard to resist if you are chocolateloverThis Sunday and rest of week started as a nightmare to me. Yes my little website was gone for hours. I back up for few hours then again went. I got frustrated; my hosting company told us that it is some server problem. Still how long you can be quite when blog becomes a part of your life. There is lot of other things in life, but still little happiness the blog bring is always nice like a breeze while walking in the beach. Hubby told me why waste time makes some time, so that you can blog about it later. So I made these double chocolate fudge cookies. My kids love dark chocolate cookies a lot now.
This recipe is adapted from an old Cooking light book (2003) which I bought from Good will store for $3.99. Book was sitting there for some time yesterday decides to take serious look at recipes which I can make. Also my daughter told me to make chocolate cookies while she comes back as her after school snack. When I look at the recipe, it is really less in calories, only point 2 in weight watchers. There is only butter, sugar, cocoa powder, all purpose flour and yogurt. No egg, normally I am not keen on eggless baking as whenever I make eggless it turned out be failure. But this one is delicious; it made a little change in my mind. Eggless can be tasty, if you make it in correct way.
Like every other recipe testing I did changed the recipe little bit by adding some extra mini chocolate chips into the dough. It is really easy cookie recipe, you don’t need any creaming of butter, just add ingredients one by one from butter and mix well as you go every additions. Finally fold in chocolate chips and bake it in pre-heated oven.
The cookies are soft and chewy in the center with double dose of chocolate, my chocolate cookie loving kids approved at the first bite. Give it a try you will also like it, this recipe yield 20 small cookies you may need to double it. It will satisfy your sweet carving, you can make this on the day you ran out of eggs.
Here comes the recipe.