The first time I tried this recipe was on 16 May – International Chocolate Chip Cookie day. I came across the recipe on Pinterest and decided to give it a go. I’m so pleased I did!
I love my mum’s baking, she used to make biscuits all the time and they were so tasty. I remember leaning over the bench hoping to get the first taste of the batter. She rolled them into balls, squished them with a fork, they’d come out of the oven crispy and immediately get demolished. I’ve made her recipe a lot as I moved out of home searching for comfort. Despite being content with the tastes I’m accustomed to I’ve found myself craving chewy soft cookies, the ones that you see on the movies.
After scrolling through Pinterest and being distracted one too many times, I found a simple recipe that had both white and brown sugar. The brown sugar was a give away and the description that Lauren gave “A little crispy on the outside and deliciously chewy in the middle” sold the recipe to me a few lines in. The photo she provided was so cute and heart warming I had to whip up the biscuits that day.
I couldn’t wait to start snapping photos myself. Look at them! They’re beautiful and rustic. The recipe is so simple and easy, and I used chunky melts some a little smashed to add some texture. I love this recipe, it makes 48 and its no fuss!
Sunday is my day of baking (most weekends) and it was also the day that my boyfriends sister moved into her new home. I thought a jar of cookies would be the fastest way to spread love between the walls and give her some energy as she set up her nest. I stacked them in a mason jar and spruced it up with baking paper and twine.
You can get the recipe at Daisy Cottage Designs on the link below