Malibu and White Chocolate Cookies

23 Mar

Sounds shocking doesn’t it?! Well unfortunately it’s not! The Malibu just adds a wonderful flavour to the cookies, and cookies as we all know are the perfect snack to munch on 🙂


150g Butter
260g Caster sugar
1 Egg
1/4tsp Vanilla essence
300g Plain flour
1tsp Baking powder
1tsp Bicarbonate of soda
250g White chocolate chips
50cl Malibu (2 shots)

Estimated time: 40 minutes


As we all know biscuits are very nice and very easy. Weigh your butter and caster sugar into a bowl and carefully cream together. This will take a it longer than usual as there is a much larger quantity of sugar than butter. Don’t worry if it doesn’t all come together like a sponge mix does, but you will be able to see a difference in colour and it will start to clump together once the sugar is mixed in.


To this add your one egg. At this stage you will be able to beat the mix (once the egg is mixed in, not before!!) making sure there aren’t any lumps. Now mix in the vanilla as well.


Weigh your flour, baking powder and bicarbonate into a bowl and carefully fold it into the mix. Don’t worry when you get to the end as it won’t all mix in. When you get to this stage you can add the Malibu which will allow the rest of the flour to mix in. Finally add in the chocolate chips and stir in.


Now you can spoon the mix onto a lined tray, make them quite far apart as they spread a lot! Bake these at 180c for roughly 10-13 minutes. They should be golden in colour when they are cooked and a bit gooey in the middle.


Enjoy these with tea, coffee or even just cold weather!!! They are pretty damn amazing cookies and so easy to make. This is something for everyone to enjoy!!


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