Chocolate Chip Cookies
How do you eat your cookies? There is only one answer…
Dunking a warm, chocolate chip cookie into a cold glass of Jersey milk is one of the most satisfying ways to enjoy this sweet treat, and also probably the most common! Check out our choc chip cookie recipe below.
- 150g Jersey salted butter, softened
- 80g granulated sugar
- 80g light brown muscovado sugar
- 2 tsp vanilla extract
- 1 large egg
- 225g plain flour
- ½ tsp bicarbonate of soda
- ¼ tsp salt
- 200g plain chocolate chips
– Heat the oven to 190C and line two baking sheets with non-stick baking paper.
– Put 150g of the softened Jersey salted butter, 80g of light brown muscovado sugar and 80g granulate sugar into a bowl and mix until creamy.
– Mix in 2tsp vanilla extract and 1 large egg.
– Sift 225g plain flour, bicarbonate of soda and salt into the bowl and mix with a wooden spoon.
– Add the chocolate chips and stir well into the mixture.
– Use a spoon to make small scoops of the mixture, spacing them well aprt on the baking trays.
– Bake for 8-10 minutes until they are light brown on the edges and slightly soft in the centre.
TOP TIP – You will need some Jersey milk to get dunking!
Jersey Milk – Health Benefits
- Natural, nutritious and delicious, a glass 200ml Jersey milk provides your body with protein, calcium, iodine, potassium, phosphorus and vitamins B2 and B12.
- Drinking Jersey milk encourages a healthy mind! The B vitamins it contains support healthy brain function and cell metabolism.
- High in calcium which is great for the development of healthy teeth and bones. Jersey milk has 20% more calcium than milk from other breeds of dairy cow.
- High in protein which helps to build muscle. Jersey milk has an 18% higher protein content than milk from other breeds of dairy cow.
- Jersey milk contains mostly ‘A2’ protein which is easier on the digestive system.
- Milk has no additives, meaning all its vitamins and minerals are naturally occurring.
- Milk contains all 9 essential amino acids necessary for your body to function normally.
- Drinking milk may prevent bone diseases such as osteoporosis.