Cookie Cake: The Tasty Dessert With Chocolate Chips!

Total time: 50 min.
Difficulty: Low
Serves: 12 slices
By Cookist

This tasty chocolate chip cookie cake is a quick and easy dessert to prepare. The preparation is similar to a crumble, but with a delicious addition: chocolate chips. It will look like a giant chocolate chip cookie filled with warm hazelnut cream! It is the perfect recipe for a party, or to indulge yourself in a sweet breakfast or a hearty snack in the afternoons, along a cup of warm milk!

400 grams
150 grams
150 grams
Vanilla essence
1 vial
Chocolate chips
150 grams
Hazelnut cream
400 grams

How to prepare Cookie Cake

In a glass bowl, place the 400 grams of flour.

Add the 150 grams of butter in pieces.

Then add the 150 grams of sugar.

Crack the two eggs into the bowl.

Add the vial of vanilla essence.

Using your hands, mix the flour, sugar, butter, eggs and vanilla essence, until the dough is crumbly, not a compact ball of dough.

Add the chocolate chips.

Always using your hands, mix them with the crumble. If you prefer a higher and fluffier result, rather than a crispier one you can also add one teaspoon of baking powder.

Pour a little more than half of the crumble in a 24cm diameter cake pan, make a border all around and under using the cookie dough crumble.

Pour in the hazelnut cream – to make this step easier, you can microwave the cream for one minute, to make it more soft and easy to pour.

Helping yourself with a spatula, spread the cream until it covers the entirety of the cookie dough base.

Cover with the remaining crumble.

Bake at 180°C for 30 minutes.

Wait at least 10 minutes before taking it out of the cake pan and cutting the slices.

Enjoy while still warm and while the cream is still soft.

How to store Cookie Cake

Cookie Cake should be eaten while still warm, but you can save it for your breakfast or your snacks for the following 3 days. The cake can both be stored inside a turned-off oven or inside the fridge – the hazelnut cream might solidify a bit if you keep it in the fridge.

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