When I bake cookies, I cool them on a cooling rack, later I and my family have them, but when I bake these delights, no one waits for them to cool, including me!
These chocolaty cookies are soft from the outside and in. Of course you can make them bit crispy from the outside by baking them longer.
My sister is not fond of milk, but she have these cookies with chilled glass of milk and enjoys it like anything. I don't blame her 😉
Reading the recipe you might reach the step where you spoon the dough and gasp! Yes, I did write one heaping teaspoon 🙂
A heaping teaspoon will result in the perfect size cookie, so don't worry and do it, use that teaspoon.
Baking cookies is fun, so if you have kids around, let them help.
Nutella Chocolate Cookies
Makes 27 cookies. 60 calories per cookie.
5 tablespoon unsalted butter at room temperature
5 tablespoon packed brown sugar
¼ cup or 4 tablespoons Nutella
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
¾ cup or 12 tablespoon all-purpose flour
¼ teaspoon baking soda
¼ teaspoon salt
¼ cup or 4 tablespoon unsweetened chocolate powder
- Preheat oven 350F/180C.
- In a bowl, sift flour, salt, chocolate powder, and baking powder. Keep aside
- In a different bowl, beat the sugar with butter, and vanilla.
- Add the egg to the previous mixture and beat until well combined.
- Add the flour and mix until combined. Do not over mix.
- Refrigerate the dough for 20 minutes.
- Take one heaping teaspoon from the dough, place in the baking pan. Wet the tip of your fingers with cold water and gently press it down. Leave around 2 inches between cookies.
- Bake the cookies on the middle rack for 8 – 10 minutes.
- Let cool on cooling rack.
Sandra | Sandra's Easy Cooking
Wonderful looking cookies, Muna! Great video too! I just want to jump in the pic and take a bite! Love it!!!!
Thanks Sandra, Chocolaty cookies always make us happy 🙂
Who could ever resist nutella? They look scrumptious, Muna.
I agree, I've never met anyone who didn't like Nutella 🙂
gorgeous cookies, obviously!
Thank you, Glad you liked them!
First time I've ever seen a cookie recipe where everything is measured in Tablespoons and Teaspoons.
Hi Sue, When it comes to baking I like to be precise, since an additional tablespoon of flour or less baking soda can change the whole texture of the cookie. However I think I should also put the cup measures for those who bake regularly. Thanks for your comment!
they look yummy!
Thank you Dina, hope you try them!
Nami | Just One Cookbook
I've recently bought a big jar of Nutella... Putting it on toast and sandwiches...and next scoop goes these cookies! 😀 They look delicious! I love the calorie count you put by the way. Good to know how many I can eat. Tee hee.
We all love Nutella 🙂