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Nestle Baking Dark Chocolate Chips

by Charlotte Jain (follow)
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Nestle Baking Dark Chocolate Chips are an essential part of any baker's pantry! They are perfect for making cookies, for adding chocolate chunks to cakes and desserts, and can be melted down to cook more treats if the rest of the chocolate mysteriously vanishes. But why even cook? If you are really in need of a chocolate hit, chocolate bits are just as each to munch on by themselves!



Nestle Baking Dark Chocolate Bits have a rich chocolatey taste made up of a minimum 40% cocoa. When baked, they hold their shape, too, so they are perfect for choc chip cookies, slices, muffins, and everything you can think of in between.



Nestle Baking Dark Chocolate Chips can also be used to decorate cakes and biscuits, just stick them on with some icing.



The pack even comes with a cute and easy recipe on the back so you will always have an idea to start with, and a way to trial the chocolate bits, plus a handy recipe to add to your chocolate bits repertoire.



Nestle Baking Dark Chocolate Chips are incredibly versatile and delicious. Pop open a pack and let your imagination run wild.



Here's a copy of the cookie recipe on the back of the pack:

To make 30 dark chocolate chip cookies
125g butter, softened
3/4 cup brown sugar
1 egg
1 3/4 cup self raising flour
250g Nestle Baking Dark Chocolate Bits

Preheat the oven to 150 C (fanforced). Grease and line some baking trays.

Use an electric mixer to beat the butter, brown sugar, and egg until the mixture is creamy and pale.

Add the flour and mix it through until well combined.

Fold in the Nestle Baking Dark Chocolate Bits until they are firmly embedded in the cookie dough.

Place balls made of 1-2 teaspoons worth of cookie dough onto the baking tray, about 4 cm apart.

Bake for about 15 minutes, or until the cookies are golden.

Allow the cookies to cool for 5 minutes on their trays on a wire rack, then transfer them from their trays to the wire rack.

Devour.

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