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Making the perfect milk and cookies

Everyone loves a snack of milk and cookies. You must chill your milk, before starting this recipe. For the best treat, you can even eat some of the cookies, whilst still warm from the oven.

What you'll need

Ingredients
-270g plain flour -1 tsp. of baking powder -1 tsp. of salt -120g butter -150g granulated sugar -150g brown sugar -1 tsp. of vanilla extract -2 eggs -150g chocolate chips

The recipe

Procedure
Before doing anything, you can go ahead and take your butter out about 20-30 minutes, before you begin making your cookies. It needs to soften. If you can't wait, then putting it in the microwave for about 20-30 seconds will do the trick. -Preheat your oven to 190 degrees C. Also, you may want to get out your oven pans or wax paper cookie sheets. It depends on what you prefer. If you're using oven pans, you must oil them first, so that they are ready when the cookie dough is. -Combine your flour, baking soda, and salt in a separate, smaller bowl and set it aside for later. In a larger bowl, you can beat the cream, the butter, sugar, and vanilla together, until the texture is smooth and slightly stiff on a spoon. -Next, add both eggs into the mix. -Beat the mixture, until the eggs are entirely mixed into the creamed ingredients. -Grab that bowl of flour mix and gradually, add it into your liquid dough, bit by bit until all of your flour mix is mixed in. By now, you should have quite a stiff dough. -Finally, add the chocolate chips and make sure that they are evenly distributed throughout your mix. -If you suspect that your mixture is too liquid, you can add two tablespoons of flour to stiffen it up or you will get flat cookies. -Spoon tablespoons of your cookie dough onto your oven pan and put them into the oven for 9-10 minutes. If your first batch comes out flat, add two to three more tablespoons of flour to your dough. -Also, while your cookies are in the oven, don’t open the oven door, unless you know your cookies are done. -Take the cookies from the oven, and let them cool just a bit before sitting down and enjoying them with a glass of milk. You must remember that eating raw cookie dough can be fun and tasty. However, you must keep in mind that they do have raw ingredients, that can cause food poisoning, such as salmonella poisoning. Raw eggs can indeed cause such a poisoning, and it can be extremely harmful for pregnant women.

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