All of us have, since forever, been crazy after those subway cookies. In all honesty, so have I. They are extremely gooey and extremely delicious. I have no idea what is not to like in those heavenly cookies. Now that we are counting weeks over weeks in lockdown, and have practically made everything at home- let’s give these cookies a chance! These Double chocolate chunk cookies are chewy, fudgy, gooey, ooze out chocolate, and is blissful for anyone eating it. If you are someone who loves chocolate, you will be able to find everything in this cookie to satisfy your thirst for chocolate. And, if you are not a chocolate lover- like me- even then, these Double chocolate chunk cookies are the most irresistible batch of cookies you’ll ever bake!
I love monsoon. Sure, the humidity is super high and I get even lesser time to shoot because of the light deficiency. But, I take this as a good enough excuse to make myself something comforting. These Double chocolate chunk cookies are by far the most comforting cookies I have ever made. Combine these cookies with a cup of coffee or tea and enjoy it next to a window while raining. Did I just describe the perfect evening or what? Haha. In all honesty though, these Double chocolate chunk cookies don’t disappoint you at all. There are endless recipes on the internet promising you the beautiful bite of a Subway cookie. But, none of them are as heavenly as this- trust me on this!
INGREDIENTS USED IN Double chocolate chunk cookies
Baking these Double chocolate chunk cookies is one of the most simple things and they taste amazing! Plus, they make use of everyday ingredients. But there are a few things that I would like to point out.
In all of my cookie recipes, I always add a small portion of cornflour to the dry ingredients. I prefer chewy cookies and cornflour really helps me achieve the same. If you are not a fan of chewy cookies, you can choose to not add cornflour in your Double chocolate chunk cookies.
Another thing I always take care of while baking cookies is use a combination of both, white and brown sugar. Brown sugar has molasses which again enhances the texture of the cookie and makes it a hundred times better than the cookies made with just white sugar.
Instead of using only dark brown sugar, I use packed light brown sugar. I find the flavor of packed light brown sugar to be much better than that of dark brown. Please note, ‘packed’ light brown sugar means, whenever you’re measuring it out, make sure to push down the sugar in your measuring cup and keep on adding till the cup is full! Read more about different types of sugars.
This recipe of Double chocolate chunk cookies does contain one egg. You can easily replace that with one flax egg. This is equal to one tbsp flax powder with three tbsp water. Rest it for 10 minutes and you’re done!
BAKING Double chocolate chunk cookies IN A MICROWAVE
If your microwave has a convection mode, you can also bake these Double chocolate chunk cookies in it! Cookies do not yield disappointing results. They do not have strict guidelines for temperatures and other baking rules. To bake these Double chocolate chunk cookies in the microwave, preheat until 180 degrees Celsius. Place the cookies evenly on your tray, and allow to bake for 15-17 minutes only. Again, microwaves differ, so keep a sharp eye out for the golden edges!
PS- If your microwave does not accept a flat tray, take that round cake tin out and evenly place your cookie dough onto it. You might take a longer time to bake a sufficient batch of cookies, but you will succeed!
TIPS TO GET THE PERFECT cookies
Now, even though cookies are a fairly easy recipe- one could always use some tips. Making cookies is an intricate process and also one that requires some patience. If you need the chewy and delicious outcome, you’re going to have to test your patience. Once these Double chocolate chunk cookies become your favourite (and they really will), you will end up loving the process too!
- Keep that butter softened. If your butter is not softened, your sugars won’t mix. Your sugar and butter mixture is the very base of your Cookies.
- To get softened butter, place it in a bowl and pop it in the microwave. Micro in intervals of 10-10 seconds until it is just softened. Be cautious to not melt it. Melted butter gets very different results.
- Use castor sugar. Using castor sugar really helps save time and also helps the final results. Sugars come in a lot of varieties, but all over the world, castor sugar is the Bible sugar for desserts.
- Do not disturb the cookies while they bake. You know they are done when they gain that beautiful golden-ish color or when the edges turn brown.
- For uniform cookies, use an ice-cream scooper to plop the dough onto the tray. If you do not have an ice-cream scooper, use a deep tablespoon to get equal-sized Cookie balls.
- Put the dough to rest in the fridge for at least 30-45 minutes before making it. If this step is overlooked, your cookies will spread far too much.
- Allow the cookies to cool down before consuming. They’re soft and brittle when fresh out of the oven.
Double chocolate chunk cookies recipe
- ½ cup salted butter, softened
- ½ cup caster sugar (superfine sugar)
- ½ cup brown sugar
- 1 egg/1 flax egg
- 1 tsp vanilla extract
- 1 cup flour
- ½ tsp baking soda
- 1 tbsp cornflour (optional)
- ¼ cup cocoa powder
- 1 tbsp water + 1 tsp coffee powder
- Dark chocolate chunks
- In a bowl, place your softened butter. Add both the sugars. Combine until you cream the mixture until light, fluffy, and pale.
- Add in one egg or one flax egg. Add in vanilla and mix.
- Mix in flour, cocoa powder, baking soda, corn flour, and combine until your mixture resembles a cookie dough.
- Add in the coffee and water mixture and combine well.
- Refrigerate for 30 minutes.
- Using an icecream scooper, take out equal quantities of cookie and place them on a prepared tray.
- Place chocolate chunks on top and bake in a preheated oven at 180 degrees for 10-12 minutes.
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Hi! These cookies look amazing! How many pieces of cookies will this recipe yield?
Hi! These cookies look amazing! Can i please know how many pieces of cookies will this recipe yield?
Can powdered white sugar be substituted in place of brown sugar?
the cookies spread too much and were thin and large still very soft in the center. what did i do wrong? They still tasted great though but I was not happy with the shape and form.
I tried baking these cookies twice and exactly followed ur recipe and instructions. But the cookies spead alot while baking and became thin. Please guide
Priyanka Naik says
Hey, I tried them. They taste amazing.
But they are super soft. Any solution for this?
Anamika Kundu says
Hey! How many cookies does this recipe yield?
Anuja Agrawal says
I am not a fan of chewy cookies, I like them crispy but not hard. What changes can I make in the recipe to do so
Hi Shivesh, can you please tell me how many grams is half cup butter and 1 cup flour? Thanks in advance.
Came out really well.
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Bindya My cookies says
My cookies came out flat what would have gone wrong
try refrigerating the cookie dough for about an hour before you pop them into the oven! that should help the cookies hold their shape.
Baked these cookies today and they are just amazing!!!!The texture is chewy, just the way we prefer our cookies.
What is the substitute of egg in this recipe?
What is the shelflife of the cookies ? Can you please answer
Hi Shivesh, my cookies turned out flat and too soft, do you know what could’ve gone wrong? Tasted great though..
I did refrigerate them for about an hour too.. still sorest too much and was very soft
Akansha D says
Just made them. Indeed there are like biting into chocolate heaven.Thank you for the receipe. Will make them again for sure
My cookies turned out very flat and soft in the middle. Do you know what could have gone wrong.