Easy Recipe: Vanilla Rich Chocolate Chips

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Woohooo! We can’t wait to share the recipe of vanilla-rich chocolate chips prepared by one of our domestic service partners, Ms. Fikriyah! She calls herself a ‘chocopreneur‘ making a business out of her childhood passion: whatever she bakes will have chocolate in it!


125gm unsalted butter
6 teaspoons castor sugar
6 teaspoons brown sugar
½ teaspoon vanilla essence
1 Egg
300gm self-raising flour
½ teaspoon baking soda
1 cup chocolate chips
1 cup almonds/walnuts/peanuts
1 teaspoon cocoa powder/Milo


Whisk butter, sugars until smooth in a large bowl. Whisk the flour, baking soda, egg and vanilla essence in another bowl. Transfer the dry mix to the other large bowl and stir well with a wooden spoon. Add chocolate chips, nuts and Milo to it.

Prepare the baking tray by smearing a small amount of butter on it. Roll up the mix into tiny balls. Space the balls 2 inches apart on the tray. Bake it for 15-20 minutes at 375 degrees F.

Transfer the cookies using a spatula to a rack and let it cool. You may store the cookies in an airtight container up to 5 days.

It’s your turn to try this simple recipe. Fikriyah recommends Milo instead of cocoa powder for kids will love the unique flavour. It’s also different from the usual cookies you get in shops. Bake and enjoy!

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