Autumn Bakes: Cinnamon and Chocolate Chip Cookies


Today is the first of (hopefully) quite a few autumn themed posts aimed at making these darker and colder months a little bit more exciting! This post is actually a collab with the lovely Hollie Thorpe who has a fab beauty blog that you guys should all checkout and she has made some delicious looking brownies that I wish I could have tried and will definitely haveing ago at those in the next few weeks! We decided that baking some autumn bakes would be the perfect way to start of the autumn as who doesn't like a good brownie or biscuit? The bake I've decided to make are some lovely cinnamon and chocolate chip cookies, as I always relate cinnamon to the colder months of the year and I love chocolate chip cookies, so for me, it is the perfect autumn cookie!

So for this super easy yet scrumptious bake, you will need...
400g of Plain Flour
1 tablespoon of Cinnamon
1 teaspoon of Bicarbonate of Soda
3/4 teaspoon of Salt
300g of Butter
250g of Granulated Sugar
250g of Soft Brown Sugar
2 Eggs
2 teaspoons of Vanilla Extract
100g of Chocolate Chips

(the recipe I used was American and used cups so these are my confessions which seemed to work fine for me!)

Step 1! Measure out your flour and place in a bowl with the cinnamon, bicarbonate of soda and salt, mixing so it's all combined and then leave to the side ready to use later,

Step 2! Cream together the butter and both sugars until you get a very fluffy and light mixture. I would definitely recommend using and the electric mixture as this can take a while and your arm will ache a lot if you have to do this by hand!

Step 3! Add your two eggs to the butter mixture and the vanilla, mixing well until it is all one mix. Gradually add the flour mix until it is all combined and then stir in the chocolate chips!

Step 4! Into the oven! I put my cookies in for 10 minutes which is when they looked nice and golden on the top. An important thing to note here is that when you take them out, they will feel completely uncooked as they will still be really wobbly inside seem barely cooked but so long as they look cooked on the outside then you're good to go! When the cookies cool, they will keep cooking for a bit and the inside will go nice and soft otherwise, you will have really hard biscuits which aren't very nice!

So finally let your cookies cool and enjoy! They are super easy and quick to make and really delicious! The perfect way to start your autumn! Make sure you check out Hollies post and enjoy!

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  1. It was great to collab with you!! Also these cookies look delicious, I will definitely be giving them a go!!
    Hollie xx

    1. They were really good!! Your Brownies look amazing!!

  2. Yum these look so delicious and they are a perfect treat for Autumn - will be making these for sure x

  3. These look amazing! I just subscribed to your email list xx

  4. I love cinnamon ! It's such a great combo with chocolate, hopefully I'll try it out but baking always is a war for me :( Great post btw !

    1. It is a fab combination! Ah fingers crossed they work!


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