May 17, 2017 Lauren 0Comment

It’s that time of the year when all you really feel like doing is watching Netflix and eating delicious fresh baked chocolate cookies. Still warm and gooey in the middle, yet slightly crunchy on the outside. If this sounds like you, well then, do I have the recipe for you! I love this recipe, mostly because it has way too much chocolate in it then really necessary. Actually to be honest I’m just saying that for those who are greatly into chocolate like I am, you know as like a disclaimer of the sort. Is there really such thing as too much chocolate. No, there is not… neverrr!!! Not only is the cookie dough chocolate but there is Nestle Milky Bar, Cadburys Carmello and Dairy Milk. My!.. Aren’t you Hungry?! I am!

My Favourite Quadruple Chocolate Cookie Recipe:


200g Butter
1 1/4 c Sugar
1 Egg
2 c Flour
1 Tsp Baking Powder
3/4 c Cocoa Powder
200g Cadbury Dairy Milk Bar
200g Cadbury Caramello Bar
180g Nestle Milky Bar Bar
About 2 Tbls Milk


Cream butter and sugar together until light and fluffy.
Add egg and beat until just combined.
Sift in all your dry ingredients and beat until just combined.
Break up your 3 chocolate bars and add them to the mixture.
The mixture will be quite dry/ thick so I find it’s easiest to use my hands.
Add milk if required to make the mixture easier to mix through
Using an ice cream scoop spoon one scoop full and place onto a lined oven tray, push down to about 1-2 cm thick.
The mixture will make about 15 cookies, it is vital you do not put any more than 5 on a tray as they will spread.
Bake in preheated oven at 150’C for about 12 minutes. The cookies will not look cooked but leave them to cool down slightly on the tray out of the oven. They should be nice and soft in middle and slightly crunchy on the outside.
These delicious treats are best eaten warm.


Using 3 whole blocks of chocolate is the most important thing you’ll do in the baking of these cookies.
Baking makes me so happy. It’s a fact that baking for other is amazing for your mental health. It’s my favourite thing to do.
Tip: Use an ice cream, scoop to scoop out your cookie dough onto your baking sheet.
Shape the balls of dough into more round looking balls, aka cookie shapes.
Flatten the dough balls, just slight.. not too much! And SING! It is vital you stop to sing to your dough when preparing it.

Thank you for reading and I hope you love baking and eating these delicious cookies as much as I do. If you do bake them I’d love to see some photos, find me on facebook! My I’m Hungry.

Thanks for existing,
L 🙂

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