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Cookies (millies Style)

Published Wednesday, 25 November, 2009 by Lucy

my speciality: soft, chewy cookies :)



  • the trick for chewyness is half brown sugar, half caster :)
  • i dont really measure ingredients but i have tried to put it into 'cups'. the 'cup' i use is like a normal thin-ish mug size.
  • *1/2 cup brown sugar
  • *1/2 cup caster sugar
  • *1/2 cup butter (softened block butter or lurpack are best, doesnt really matter though)
  • *1 egg
  • *teaspoon vanilla essence
  • *1 cup plain flour (i doubt it'd matter if you used self-raising)
  • *a pinch of salt
  • optional:
  • *1/2 cup of choc chips or chopped nuts (macadamia nuts are lush)


Oven: 180*C or Gas 4

*mix butter and sugars

*add egg, vanilla, choc chips/chopped nuts

*then mix in flour & salt

*consistency should be half way between doughy and sloppy

*put blobs onto baking sheet and into oven

*should take about 7mins.. or longer, depending on how big your blobs were

*cookies are sloppy when first taken out of the oven, then they harden when cooling, these are tasty eaten about 10mins after taken out of the oven usually :)

if you have mixture left over, just put cling film around it in the fridge and cook it the next day... you could probably even freeze it. another thing you could do is thaw some icecream a bit and mix in blobs of refrigerated cookie dough, put it back in the freezer and tadaa cookie dough ice cream!


  • Luke 1 year ago

    Hi im a average school boy called joseph i would like to know how many cookies yoy make

  • SSSSSSSSSSSSSSS 3 years ago

    You wanna

  • Very Sexy Tabetha :p 3 years ago

    Oh steph xxx

  • Stephanie 3 years ago

    Hahaha tabb neither.

  • Tabetha 3 years ago

    I cant wait to make these xxx

  • Abster :) 3 years ago

    sounds awesome and yum!!! i might try adding smarties or somthing.x

  • nicole! 4 years ago

    They remind me of subway cookies! So yum!

  • anonymous 4 years ago

    i hate this recpie sooo much it's horrible.

  • Nikki 4 years ago

    Cant wait to try this recipe!
    A couple of questions though.... is it 180* for a fan oven as usually fan is 20*ish lower...
    and im making a giant cookie... To whoever made it before... how long did you cook it for please!!!


  • Bonk 4 years ago

    i trued it but 1 the cookies flowed together and 2 i did 7 mins and it came out a little...gloopy. Not to sound negative or anything.

  • Sara-Louise 5 years ago

    I just used your recipe to make a giant cookie for someone's birthday!!! amazing!!! thank you, you are a star!!!:) x

  • Joanna 5 years ago

    wow, im defo going to try these out, im forever buying millies cookies even though they are delish theyre so expensive aha.

  • Marthese 5 years ago

    I've tried these cookies with gluten free flour and xanthum gum, and they came delicious. I've also tried another lot with some peanut butter and they were yummy. They are really good that they are addictive.

  • Hannah 5 years ago

    Just cooked these although you could have told me to put the blobs quite far away from one another as now i have 2 giant cookies :)

  • *FRED* 5 years ago

    I want 2 make these cookies 4 my class 2morrow but i dont no how many it srvs. Plz help!!! (P.S. Yes I am a girl.)

  • *FR3D* 5 years ago

    I want to make this recipe for my class but i dont know how many it serves. plz help!!!

  • Louis 5 years ago

    Just tried ur coockies. they are really good. I didnt have anything to put in them so I added some cocoa powder and they tasted great- thanks.

  • Phoebe 5 years ago

    wow! these are really impressive, i love them :D, thanks for posting �

  • sheng 5 years ago

    this is really awesome! :) my first ever successful batch of cookies!

  • Lucy 5 years ago

    It says at the top, i used a mug. although seeing as everything is measured in cups, you could use any size really as the ratio will still be the same :) thanks for all the comments :D

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