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Double Stout Chocolate Chip Cookies

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By: Kyle Valenzuela (@kylevalenzuela )
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Cookies

With a little bit of Wells and Young’s left over from the chocolate cake, I wanted to make some chocolate chip cookies. These cookies were an experiment as I tend not to do well with cookies. Also, the yeast in the beer may effect the outcome of the cookies. Lets  find out.

Conclusion

The problem that I initially overlooked was that cookies do not require yeast and the beer would certainly effect the baking of these cookies. My expectations were correct as the cookies did rise a little bit and created a tougher crispier texture than I wanted it to be. This can easily be resolved by placing a cookie in the microwave for a few seconds to soften it up. Nonetheless, the flavor of these cookies were amazing and a reminder that I should start baking with brown sugar more often.

Ingredients

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    ½ cup of butter
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    ½ cup of white sugar
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    1 egg
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    ½ cup of Wells and Young's Double Chocolate Stout
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    1 teaspoon of vanilla extract
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    1½ cups of all purpose flour
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    1 teaspoon of baking soda
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    ½ teaspoon of salt
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    1½ cups of chocolate chips
  • Directions

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      Preheat the oven to 350º fahrenheit. Mix brown and white sugars with the butter until smooth. Beat in one egg and vanilla.
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      In a sauce pan, boil down beer until it becomes about an eighth of a cup. It will have a thicker viscosity. Add cooked down beer, flour, chocolate chips and salt into the butter mix until nice and thick.
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      Drop a large spoonful of batter onto a greased up baking pan. Repeat until pan is full.
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      Bake for 10-15 minutes or until edges are golden brown.

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    Kyle Valenzuela

    I am a developer, cooking fanatic, and craft beer lover. However, lacking in baking skills, I decided to try making beer bread. Baking Brew is dedicated to cooking and baking with one main ingredient in mind. Craft Beer!

    Young's Double Chocolate Stout

    The original dark beer brewed with real chocolate.

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    Charles Wells Brewery

    We’re the UK’s largest privately owned brewing company. Our name is on many distinctive beers and over 200 pubs. We’ve been brewing and serving for over 130 years. We have a proud history of bringing innovation to the brewing industry....

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