Chocolate Chip Cookies.
So the other day we get a hankering for a baked treat. I know I did and the kids too. But wait…. Supermarkets and shops still don’t have any flour on the shelves. No idea why everything else seems to have settled out but nope. Flour is still like gold dust and we have been unsuccessful of getting any. So had to settle for the next best thing. Pre mix baking. One big name in these is Betty Crocker and their vast range.
Betty Crocker Chocolate Chip Cookies.
So we decided on a Chocolate Chip Cookie Mix from Betty Crocker.
So simple, there is no ingredient measuring required. Everything you need is all in there. The only ingredient you need to add is 30ml of water. How easy is that.
It’s quite handy really when you have impatient children that just want to eat a baked treat. But also pig, she loves to help us bake as do the other girls. Pig likes to help weigh out ingredients but hates it when you use the electric whisk or food processor. She doesn’t like the loud noise. The older girls are too impatient to weight out the ingredients but love to mix.
What is required.
Well all you need with this pack is just 30ml of water. A mixing bowl to mix your dough in. A spoon obviously to mix with. You will need a baking tray to put your dough balls on to cook. And nothing like pointing out the obvious but…. An oven.
The fun part.
Empty the contents of the packet into your mixing bowl. Add in your 30ml of water and mix with a spoon until a dough is formed.
Spoon out the dough into 8 balls and Place onto your baking tray. Following the instructions on the packet bake in the oven for 10 to 12 minutes.
Once golden remove from the oven… Obviously and place to cool on a cooling rack.
Unless your like us and couldn’t wait and had warm goeey cookies.
Definitely a thumbs up from the kids on these.
Have you tried any of the Betty Crocker mixes before?
Find more about Betty Crocker Here. I’m sure you will have seen Betty Crocker mixes and other baking goodies in shops and supermarkets.