Chocolate Chips Cookie Bars, oh yes!! there are so quick and easy to make....the chocolate bits in every bite takes you to heaven and back!!
Food has the ability to make complete strangers friends and blogging has given me that, one such friend is Mitha. We exchange mails and have become from strangers to friends in a very short period of time. Surprisingly the main topic of our conversation will be food.
I admire women who balance home and work and Mitha is one such woman......she loves to bake after coming from office, not to mention the hectic office work, traffic jams, a beautiful baby at home....... Whenever I come across an easy recipe I would try it keeping in mind my two sis-in-laws who try to balance work and home.....and I always recommend those easy recipes to them.
These cookie bars are studded with chocolate chips and have a crunchy outer crust with a gooey center. These are so easy to make that you will stick to them forever!
I just love making these super simple cookie bars.
The mantra is make the cookie dough, spread them, bake them, slice them and oh! yeah! munch on them. If you like it to be on the crispier side...just increase 5 minutes of baking time.
Recipe Source: fakeginger.com
Butter: 1/2 cup/1 stick.
Granulated sugar: 1/4 cup.
Brown sugar: 1/2 cup (I mix 1 tsp of jaggery to granulated white sugar to get brown sugar; if you want more darker brown sugar can add up to 2 tbsp of jaggery).
Flour: 1 Cup.
Vanilla essence: 1 tsp.
Baking powder: 1 tsp.
Salt : 1/4 tsp (omit if using salted butter)
Chocolate chips: 1 cup.
Line a baking pan.
2. Melt butter, stir in granulated sugar and brown sugar.
3. Add egg...(you don't have to take out your egg beater, just your whisk is enough to make these bars).
4. Add vanilla.
5. Dunk in flour, baking powder, and salt.
6. Stir with whisk until combined.
7. Now the best part....fold in chocolate chips. Meanwhile preheat oven to 180 degree C.
8. Give it a soft stir.
9. Pour into prepared pan.
10. Spread evenly (the dough might be a little thick).
Bake for 15 to 20 min or until golden brown and a tooth pick inserted into the center comes out clean. Cut into your desired shape while still warm.
Serve with a glass of milk. This will keep well in an air tight container for a week (if your kids permit).