Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Thick Chewy Cadbury Chocolate Chunk Cookies

OK Guys let talk Cookies!! I'm Talking Thick, Chewy, Cadbury Milk Chocolate, Chunky Cookies...............................
I don't think we need to think about this one...I Mean who doesn't love a Chocolate Chip Cookie, Especially one that has a slight crisp around the sides, full of Chocolaty goodness and  that's so chewy when you bite into it that you don't want to open your eyes... The first time I made these Chocolate Cadbury cookies I felt like I was in my elementary school Cafeteria, The Special Cookies were sold only on Fridays and it cost a Dollar for 1 large cookie... So we had to wait all week to eat the cookie.. Now I can make them at home, and so can YOU!!

I found the recipe online at ,Sally's Baking Addiction ( it looked too good) and just couldn't wait to try them.. My cousin came to visit from the UK and brought us some good old Cadbury Milk Chocolate With Nuts...
So I figured instead of chocolate chips I would cut up the chunks of candy and use them in the cookies, for the ultra rich flavor.. You can use any candy you prefer, (good time to use up all that Halloween Candy) Snickers, recess, Hershey's, m&m's, almond joy, the list could go on forever:)

The recipe calls for just a few simple ingredients you probably have in your pantry at this moment..(so go dig them out lol)

The cookies are so nice and wrinkly, full of nuts, and chocolate so sweet, bringing in the butter, and brown sugar flavors. The wrinklier the cookies are the better and chewy their going to be..

Now there are some important Facts about this recipe in order to achieve the perfect chewy cookies....
1.Make sure all your ingredients are at room temperature.
2. The baking time for these cookies are No longer then 12 minutes. Normally the recipe calls for 10 minutes, but not everyone has the same oven.. so no more than 12 minutes.. You don't want them to over cook ( I don't even move from the kitchen when I'm baking these baby's). 
3. The cookies might feel soft, or look undone when taking them out of the oven after 10-12 minutes but don't panic they will still cook on the baking sheet. "Don't Touch the cookies For at least 10 minutes when their out of the oven LET THEM COOL"

Once you have all these notes in mind get ready to Rumble.............................:)

Prep time: 15 minutes
Bake time: No more than 10-12 minutes
Oven: 325 degrees
Makes approximately 16 large cookies

2 1/4 cups of White All Purpose Flour
3/4 cups of butter (unsalted
1 teaspoon baking soda
1/2 teaspoon salt
1 1/2 teaspoon cornflour (cornstarch)
3/4 cup of brown sugar
1/2 cup of sugar
1 large egg+ 1 egg yolk
2 teaspoons vanilla extract
1 cup of Chocolate chunks, Chocolate chips, ( or any chocolaty candy bars you prefer)

In a large mixing bowl combine flour, salt, baking soda, and cornstarch mix well, put to aside.

In a separate mixing bowl combine the , brown sugar, sugar,  and the butter Mix well for about 1 minute until its nice and fluffy.. and theres no lumps of the brown sugar. Then add the eggs mixing well. now add the vanilla.
Mix the egg mixture to the flour mixture and add in your Chocolaty Nutty Chunks Fold them in with a rubber spatula..
You can use your hands to mix the dough because it might get kind of hard with a whisk or spatula ( the flour will be soft, but really thick) YUMMM you want to just eat the dough..... I had to taste some** Chill the dough from 2 hours to up to 3 days..

Like Sally said make sure you make your cookies tall instead of wide..by doing this you will have more thicker chewier cookies.. The dough should be about 2-3 inches tall. Bake in your preheated oven for 10-12 minutes in the middle rack of your oven.

Let the cookies cool on the cookie sheet for 10 minutes, and then remove......... Rent a family movie, get a warm blanket, with  a cold Glass of milk, and ENJOY..... You wont be disappointed.....


I hope you all enjoy this quick recipe for Thick, Chewy, Cadbury, chunk, cookies I would love to hear your comments, questions, or suggestions. Take care and God Bless Naz....

If you like this.. Im sure you'll like:
How To Make The Best Gulab Jamun

A Perfect Cinnamon Tea Cake

The Moistest Banana Cake Ever



  1. slurp... pls pass on that plate to me...

    1. Thanks Rafeeda, "Much Too Good To Share" lol, wish you were someplace near by.. I would luv to share with Ya....

  2. wow......so perfectly baked cookies, looks crisp and luscious.

    1. Thankyou so MUCH Sanoli!! you should give them a try...

  3. How I wish i could have a bite ....looks yum and love the new look of your blog...

    1. I Truly Admire your feedback Nisa... Thankyou very much... You should try to make these cookies for your kids, using any chocolate candy...believe me they wont be disappointed..xx

  4. Wow yummy the candy looks yummy in it, was it gooey soft or hard???

  5. Thankyou... It really was yummy... Their really soft and CHEWY from the insides... With a slight crisp around the edge... Give it a try im sure you'll love it.. Im treasuring the recipe.. Tomorrow im making some with plain old, almonds and nuts.. You can use any Ad-ins you prefer:) Thankyou for visiting..

  6. LOVE IT! I am so gonna try this soon, thnx for the recipe!!!

    1. ThankYou.. Believe me you wont regret it....Your going to wish you made them sooner!!

  7. Ah.. haa wow very nice and a different recipe you have shared my mother in law just love cadbury, i will make some for her .. thanks for sharing !


Thankyou for taking the time out to comment.. Your questions and comments Truly do mean a lot to me.. I will get back to you as soon as possible.. God bless Naz:)