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Imogene's Choc Chip Biscuits

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My twin Daughters love these biscuits. Great after a hard day especially with a large cup of earl grey tea. The dough can be frozen in shaped balls in sealed bags and Baked fresh when unexpected friends arrive .


Serves: 45

  • 125 millilitres brown sugar (lightly packed)
  • ½ teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1 free range egg
  • 250 millilitres all-purpose flour (unbleached or organic)
  • 188 millilitres self-raising flour
  • 1 pinch of salt
  • 113 grams chocolate chips (milk, white or dark, or a mixture)
  • 125 millilitres superfine sugar (or fine white sugar)
  • 113 grams softened butter


Imogene's Choc Chip Biscuits is a community recipe submitted by Imogene and has not been tested by so we are not able to answer questions regarding this recipe.

  • Cream butter, sugars and vanilla together.
  • Gradually add lightly beaten egg. Beating well after each additon.
  • Mix in well sifted flours and salt.
  • Add choc chips and mix well .
  • Shape into teaspoon sized balls and place on to lined baking trays
  • Press down on dough balls with fingers to flatten slighly.
  • Allow room for spreadingn 3 cm
  • Bake in Moderate oven 180 C /350F for 10 to 15 mins
  • Cool on trays for 5 mins then transfer to wire racks until firm, if you can wait!
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    What 3 Others have said

    • I am now Lactose intolerant and egg so I use this recipe with dairy free spreads no egg ,lactose free Milk and dairy free chocolate I have also made these biscuits with Stevia and Xylitol reducing the sugar completely .

      Posted by Imogene on 28th July 2014
    • Hello, I have a question about this recipe. The recipe stands for "1/2 cup brown sugar", is it "dark brown sugar" or "light brown sugar"? Thanks! Regards. Vic

      Posted by victoria_caba on 30th October 2011
    • I absolutely adore these! They're incredibly quick to prepare and could not be any easier! However, I find them really sweet, so I now use half a portion of sugar. I'm now about to try them with orange peel and cranberries - should be delicious too.

      Posted by martulinderek on 28th July 2011
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