Triple Chocolate Cookies – if you gave up chocolate for Lent, look away until Easter!

triple chocolate cookies

Triple Chocolate Cookies

Sometimes chocolate is the only thing that will do. And sometimes only cookies will do. This recipe manages to get a triple helping of chocolate into these cookies: melted chocolate, cocoa powder and chocolate chips. If you gave up chocolate for Lent, you might want to save this recipe for Easter…

chocolate cookies

While they are truly very chocolatey, they are not too sickly sweet because they use plain (dark, or semisweet) chocolate and chocolate chips, and cocoa. The coffee granules give a very slight mocha taste which also helps to take the edge off the sweetness. Although it has to be said, despite my best efforts, I still couldn’t manage to eat two in a row without feeling like I should have stopped at one.

Unlike a lot of cookies they keep well for a few days (if they don’t all get eaten immediately) in an airtight tin. They are good with a cup of tea or coffee, or as a dessert with ice cream. I always think cookies are a great homemade gift to take to a friend’s: they are quick and easy to make, and quick and easy to eat. Just check whether they have given them up for Lent first!

triple chocolate cookies

Triple Chocolate Cookies

This recipe makes about 20 medium sized cookies. Don’t be put off by the apparently long list of ingredients: they are very quick and easy.



60g butter

50g plain chocolate

½ teaspoon coffee granules

70g caster sugar

70g soft brown sugar

1 egg, beaten

½ teaspoon vanilla essence

125g SR flour

15g cocoa powder

85g plain chocolate chips


Set the oven to 180ºC and flour a couple of baking sheets.

Melt the butter and chocolate together, taking care not to over heat. Stir in the coffee granules.

Allow to cool slightly and stir in the sugars, beaten egg and vanilla essence.

Sieve the flour and cocoa powder together and stir into the sugar mixture.

Finally add the chocolate chips.

Place rounded dessertspoons of cookie mixture on the baking trays, allowing space for them to spread.

Bake for 10 minutes and allow to cool for a few minutes on the baking sheet, before transferring to a wire rack.

chocolate cookies

Yummy Still Warm!

Categories: Baking, Biscuits and Cookies, Desserts, Gifts, Lifestyle, Recipes

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4 replies

  1. Yum! I want a triple chocolate cookie now (still warm!)

  2. these cookies look like heaven to me with the ultimate chocolate flavor from chocolate, cocoa and chocolate chips, just too yummy ^^

  3. This is exactly what I was talking about when I answered your message. These cookies look great and I like it that you always give measurements in grams so it means I can try them without thinking about the size of the cup you use for measuring ingredients. I have bookmarked several things on your blog and will definitely be making something. Thanks for sharing!

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