Cookies are probably some of the most universally-loved treats. From fussy kids to teenage children, nobody can resist a delicious cookie. Pair them with tea or coffee, or simply have them as desserts – there is no end to the possibilities when it comes to cookies. Devouring a warm, freshly-baked batch of cookies is a feeling beyond anything else. Wouldn’t we all love it if someone did the baking for us, and all we had to do was eat? A popular Instagram blogger has managed to simplify the cookie recipe to such an extent that even beginners can ace it! Eloise Head, who goes by the handle @fitwaffle on Instagram, shared a recipe for chocolate cookies that needs just four ingredients and are ready in 10 minutes flat!
The recipe for 4-ingredient chocolate cookies was shared by @fitwaffle on Instagram Reels. It has gone viral, receiving over 504k views and 45k likes. “These cookies are super soft, with chewy edges and they’re so easy to make,” wrote the creator in the caption of the post. “They may appear oily when they first come out the oven, but leave them to cool and they’ll be perfect,” she added. You can also decorate your cookies with chocolate chips, candies or any other sprinkles of choice.
Here Is The Full Recipe For 4-Ingredient Chocolate Cookies By Eloise Head:
- 300g Chocolate-Hazelnut Spread
- 85g Plain Flour
- 1 Large Egg
- 1 tsp Baking Powder
For the cooking method, watch the recipe video of the making of the 4-ingredient chocolate cookies recipe here:
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If chocolate cookies are not your cup of tea, worry not. Eloise Head had earlier shared another recipe for 3-ingredient butter cookies. Instead of chocolate spread, the recipe requires unsalted butter. This video too had received immense appreciation on Instagram, raking in nearly 700k views since the time it was shared.
Take a look at the full recipe video here:
Which cookies will you be making first? Tell us in the comments.
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