Chocolate chip and cranberry cookies

Wohoo, it’s nearly Easter time and No Onions are going for a week of holidays! YEY! I’ll be away for a while, but expect soon some mouthwatering pictures from one of the most known food capitals in Europe. I’m getting so excited, just 16 hours and I’ll be in a place without snow (is that even possible πŸ˜€ ?). Have to pack and still run around to organise some stuff…. huh I looove to go on holidays, but who doesn’t πŸ˜‰ Don’t tell it to my boss, but my biggest motivation to work is to think that I’ll go on vacations πŸ˜‰ I was recently pretty busy and haven’t done much cooking. Those cookies I’ve baked together with my friends already pretty long time ago, thanks Linda for great photo! See you soon!!!

This recipe comes from “Apples for jam, recipes for life” cookbook.


75g butter
50g brown sugar
50g caster sugar
1 egg
several drops of vanilla oil
160g flour
1/2 tsp baking powder
pinch of salt
70g derk chocolate chips
70g dried cranberries

1. Mix butter and sugar till smooth.
2. Add the egg and vanilla oil, mix.
3. Fold in flour, baking powder, chocolate chips and cranberries.
4. Scoop the dough with teaspoon, roll in your hands till round, flatten and place on baking tray.
5. Bake in190C for12-15 min.


5 thoughts on “Chocolate chip and cranberry cookies

  1. Mam nadzieje, ze swietnie sie bawisz w stolicy dobrego jedzenia ;))

    A ja zycze Ci radosnych i pogodnych Swiat! I czekam na smakowite relacje z podrozy πŸ™‚


  2. wow i was just going through the cupboard looking for something to bake and found dried cranberries and chocolate chips. instant craving for choc chip cranberry cookies. a minute later, completely by coincidence, i happened upon your recipe. fate? i do believe so. off i go to bake πŸ˜€

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