Ever had a taste of cookies so good you would think you finally have an idea why eating can be associated with sinning? Sweet temptations tend to be sinful, especially if you can’t help indulging in just one or two; making you feel ashamed you are getting more than your fair share of the lot.
Check out the recipe of one of the easy-to-bake sinful cookies we tried, and you will be surprised at how deviating from the traditional, can yield chocolate chip cookies that are so pleasurably delicious.
Karly Johnston’s “Ultimate Sin Cookies” from The Kitchen Magpie
Karly Johnston whipped this up when all she had left in her cupboard were a variation of chocolate chips in limited amounts. Rather than forego of her cravings for cookies, she simply used them all.
1 cup butter
1 1/2 cups of brown sugar
2 tsp vanilla
2 measures of ¼ cup of flour
1 teaspoon baking soda
1 teaspoon baking powder
1 teaspoon salt
2 cups of quick oats
1 cup sweetened coconut
At least ½ cup dark chocolate chips
At least ½ cup white chocolate chips
At least ½ cup semi-sweet chocolate chips
- First step is to cream the butter and sugar until everything is evenly distributed.
- Then mix and blend in well the eggs and vanilla, before adding one measure of flour, baking power, baking soda and salt.
- Whisk the ingredients together, while slowly adding the other measure of flour and the oats.
- Once the mixture has achieved a nice consistency, add the different varieties of chocolate chips and coconut. Alternating in between is a good way to achieve an even spread of each variety. Actually, you can adjust the amount of each variety according to your preference and/or pleasure.
- Distribute the cookie batter according to your desired size, on ungreased cookie sheets, while flattening each one a bit.
- Bake at 350 degrees for about 10 -14 minutes.
Karly J suggests eating the cookies while still warm, so you can experience the gooey, sinful goodness.