ChocoBerry Monster Cookies

I hosted a little girly sleepover at my place the other night.

Face masks, cosy socks, candles and a whole stack of cookies.

But not just any cookies, oh no.

These were monstrously delicious cookies. Bigger than your fist, they’ll bite back if you don’t get them first!

I’ve been playing around with the recipe for a while so was pretty excited to finally let them outta their cage.

The monsters went down an absolute storm, so as promised, I’m sharing the recipe with you.

Ok, you’re going to want to make the dough for these a day early.

They need a night in the cooler before they go into the oven and get all delicious.

You’ll need to measure out:

200g (1 cup) light brown sugar

200g (just under 1 cup) white sugar

250g (1 heaped cup) room temp butter

3 teaspoons vanilla extract

2 medium free range eggs

550g (3.5 cups) plain flour

Half a teaspoon of baking soda

2 tsp corn flour

1 teaspoon salt(unless you used salted butter in which case, skip)

3 bars good quality chocolate (roughly chopped)

Handful of chopped up freeze dried raspberries

Cream together your butter and sugar, then add your vanilla extract and eggs. Once the mix is all smooth & fluffy, add your plain flour, baking soda, corn flour and salt. Mix it all up until you have a good cookie batter going! Throw in your chocolate and raspberries. Roll up your sleeves and use your hands to make sure these get distributed evenly.

Pop your cookie dough out onto a sheet of clingflim and roll into a sausage.

Place it into the fridge and leave it overnight, or up to 24hours.

When you’re ready to roll, pre-heat your oven to 190C/370F and get you cookie sausage out of the fridge.

Cut off a few slices, about an inch thick and roll into a cookie shape. Place on a silicone cookie sheet (or parchment paper) and bake for 10mins, if they’re brown around the edges whip them out to cool. If you think they need a bit longer, keep ’em in for a couple more mins.

Cool on a wire rack, but tuck in when they’re still warm.

Serve with fresh raspberries and cold milk.

They’re deep-dish cookies really.

Thick, fluffy monsters!

Make sure you’re expecting company, or you might just eat the whole batch!

The recipe makes 15-20 cookies and you can keep them for about a week in an air-tight container.

As soon as the weather heats up again, I’m making cookie ice-cream sandwiches! *Homer drooling sound*

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  • Amy

    These look incredible, and I really like the sound of cookie ice cream sandwiches, with a glass of bubbles in the sun… I may have to whip up a batch to take into work tomorrow! Do you think they would come out the same if I used soya milk and dairy free spread?
    Thanks Rosie as always.
    Amy x
    http://www.upanddowninsurreyandlondon.com

    • Rosie

      I’m not sure they’d work with spread… they really need the cold butter to work properly.
      Have you replaced butter with the dairy free spread before? x

      • Amy

        It usually works, I think I’ll try keeping the spread in the fridge overnight first to get it as solid as possible – I’ll let you know how it goes.
        Damn my lactose intolerance!

  • Don’t those look gorgeous!

    Fie x

    Coffee & Confetti

  • There is literally nothing better than a chocolate-fruit combo. Nothing in the world. (Except for cheese and burgers and guacamole and pizza andโ€ฆ)

  • May I just ask, why is it you have to leave the cookie dough to cool? (I’m pretty sure if I didn’t get right on with baking them, the dough would all be gone by the next morning…. =p)

    KatieJane
    katies-rose-garden.blogspot.co.uk

    • Marijke

      Usually when dough needs to cool in the fridge it’s because the cookies would spread too much when baked. The cold dough will help them retain their shape better.

    • The longer the dough sits in the fridge, the more the flavors meld together. After 1 or 2 nights, they usually get all lovely and caramely. It’s so incredibly good, and after trying it that way, you can’t go back to your usual make and bake.

  • India Benjamin

    These look amazing… The melted chocolate chips! I want these so badly!
    http://www.touchscreensandbeautyqueens.com

  • Beccy

    Oh wow! These look absolutely incredible. I will definitely have to give these a go, although I think that my fiance may eat them all before I get a chance – thanks for another lovely recipe. I actually made your lovely lemon drizzle cake at the weekend and it was a huge hit.

    Beccy ~ Bluebell & Bumpkin

  • Stephanie
  • Amelia

    These look so delicious! I was worried making these monstrous looking cookies would ruin my healthy eating, until I noticed the raspberries in the recipe AND on the side. I think this is healthy. I can get away with this one… Sod it, I’m following the anti diet so I can treat myself a little bit *wiggles eyebrows*

  • Oh my these look amazing!! Those melting chocolate chips *drool* I made chocolate and raspberry brownies over the weekend and so I am on a bit of a baking spree – may need to make up a sneaky batch of these! xx

  • Mmmm. These look so good!! Post some to me please ๐Ÿ™‚

    http://jenniferbakes.blogspot.ie

  • Shade of Red Blog

    Fabulous! I’ve been eying your tin dishes and mugs for ages — may I ask where you got them?
    http://shadeofredblog.com

  • Hi rosie, I love your blog! I have been reading from the very beginning and now you have inspired me to make my own. The cookies look so yummy!

    http://alifestyleadventure.blogspot.co.uk/

  • These look yummy I’m giving them a go!!

    http://champagnelifestyleteabudget.blogspot.co.uk/

  • Emmi

    I have to try these ones, they look absolutely delicious!! http://finestprocrastination.blogspot.co.uk/

  • Oh Lordy!!!! These cookies go to prove that size really DOES matter!!!!! They look delicious & I’ll definitely be giving them a go.

    Hugs xoxo

    http://www.intotheblonde.com/

  • Wow they look ah-mazing!

  • these look sooooo good i love cookies ! gooey cookies are the best

    Lauren x

    Britton Loves | Fashion Lifestyle + Photography – http://www.brittonloves.blogspot.co.uk

  • Lesley

    I’m actually drooling over here… These look amazing! x
    http://www.rawvogue.com

  • OH GOD. Every time I tell myself I’m gonna eat healthier, I visit your blog. And now all my brain can think of is going home and making/eating all the cookies in the world!!

    My friends and I used to make massive deep-dish cookies when I was younger. They go down a storm as presents too! xx

    Katy | http://www.littlemisskaty.co.uk

  • Rosie these look devine! I wish I was as talented as you!

    http://www.victoriabeautyy.blogspot.co.uk

  • Guest

    It’s funny that you watch American TV shows Rosie, because I’m American and I’m always trying to watch more british TV shows because our stuff is usually so dumb *referencing the Simpsons joke

    Can’t wait for the cookie Ice cream sandwich recipe!

  • Cremaluisa

    OMG Cannot wait to make these!, they look so goood.Marisa.x
    http://www.cremaluisa.blogspot.co.uk

  • Those look delicious! I would go crazy and eat all of them! Good thing I’m on a diet!

    -The Southern Adventurer

    http://thesouthernadventurer.blogspot.com/

  • I’m drooling over these even though I’m not a huge chocolate fan! PLUS there’s raspberries so it’s practically a health food… ๐Ÿ˜‰
    Dakota

    http://www.stateandoccupation.com

  • i might need to pop to the shops for some sweets after reading that post! i can’t wait to try this recipe. thanks for sharing, as always Rose!

  • These remind me of Ben’s Cookies, if you’ve ever been. Straight out of the oven and washed down with a huge glass of milk – nothing better!
    http://www.perpetuallycaroline.com

  • These look amazing ! may have to make a note of the recipe xx
    http://www.lifeinthefashionlanee.blogspot.co.uk

  • KFunk

    These look delish! Where did you get the little glass (plastic?) milk carton in the top pic? It’s so cute!

  • Elle

    I have tried all your cookie recipes and they are just so great and reliable- so much better than my old fashioned cook books. Keep the recipes coming girl! x

  • Elia Trippel

    Cornflour and chilling really helps with making amazing cookies. You should also try adding an egg yolk to make them extra moist and chewy: http://sallysbakingaddiction.com/2013/05/13/chewy-chocolate-chunk-cookies/
    http://sallysbakingaddiction.com/2012/08/06/the-chocolate-chip-cookie/

  • Those look so yummy ! If you have any left over, let me know and I’ll swing by since we’re in the same neighbourhood ! ๐Ÿ™‚

  • Have to try this, they look delicious! x

    http://mividabonitaa.blogspot.nl/

  • I love any kind of chocolate chip cookies ann am always looking to try new recipes. Thanks for this! ๐Ÿ™‚

    http://everydayingrace.blogspot.ca/

  • These look so good. I made your nutella stuffed croissants a few weeks ago and put my raspberries in the croissant. The flavour combo is spot on.

    Hayley

    Water Painted Dreams xo

  • Wow theses look so yummy! save me one please! ๐Ÿ™‚
    oh btw, your blog is absolutely beautiful, whenever i’m down I always go to your blog and read read read!

    http://www.alicestratford.blogspot.com

  • charlotte

    what size are the chocloate bars? looks delicious!

  • I LOVE trying new cookie recipes. I will totally try this one. Pinned!

  • wowsers these look yummy. Thank you of sharing. Cannot wait to try this recipe out. Rosie
    http://www.rosedogandco.blogspot.com.au

  • These are epic looking cookies, one that definitely wouldn’t last up to a week in an air tight container but elicit Homer-esque drooling…

  • Oh my gosh. You have me drooling over here! Definitely going to have to try this recipe. Thanks so much for sharing!

    ~Kels
    http://www.excusemyblog.com

  • Queenie Lee

    oh my god, these so SO GOOD! Will be making these asap!

    http://peanutbutterandmussels.com/

  • Samantha Bei

    Cookie ice cream sandwiches would be perfect with these especially when the weather is hot and muggy. I just made a brown butter cake with candied bacon and maple buttercream but I’m definitely going to have to try these out soon!

    thefoxandtheclown.blogspot.com

  • Zoe

    These look AMAZING! I need to up my cookie making game!

    Zoe – http://www.stonefoxinc.com

    x

  • Michelle
  • MissEmmySue

    Um, yes. A million times, yes.
    I will definitely be making these this summer.

    http://buildyourbliss.wordpress.com

  • I’m a terrible cook – hence why I eat so much (all documented on my own blog: Have You Heard Of It? http://hyhoi.com/ ) but I wish I could make these!! Any baking tips that even the most useless cook could put to use?!

  • PatriciaParisienne

    These look amazing! Can’t wait to try the recipe out. Mmmm!

  • Holly Montagnon

    I made these amazing cookies …. http://www.hollybobbin.com/2014/06/chunky-chocolate-y-cookies.html ! Thanks for the recipe which I have linked on my blog x

  • Catherine Lux

    Ok, now those look amazing. I may have to make those.

    C x
    Lux Life Blog

  • looks fantastic and i love the falcon enamelware. indispensable in my kitchen! xoxo celia

    http://projectlifeblog.weebly.com

  • Laura

    The blogger in me admired the cookies but couldn’t help but noticing the cute glass milk jug…I MUST have one! Where is it from?

  • Paula

    Hello, thanks for the recipe! It looks really great. But I have one question. Here: http://www.listonic.com/protips/get/wkjxpnhqje I’ve read that if you make cookies, you can use pureed avocado instead of butter. Do you think it could also be done for your recipe? Thanks in advance!

  • I’m making these at the moment, for the second time ๐Ÿ™‚ The best thing about them is they taste somehow 20x better the next day! Soooo yummy.

  • Ah have not had a girly sleepover forever, now I’m outta school I’m a hermit. But these cookies tho… you’re so creative if you invented them! I’d like to give em a go on a lazy weekend night!

    http://dreamtraveleat.blogspot.com.au/2017/03/smoreo-slutty-brownies.html?m=1