Posted December 15, 2017 11:09:37If you’re a chocolate chip addict, you’re in luck.
There’s a chocolate cookie recipe from a Norwegian artisan shop that uses traditional techniques, but it’s actually really delicious.
The recipe, called Fiskingbokk, has been making the rounds online for months and now it’s made its way to a website called Kvårskjården, or Danish for “Kvårde Bokk,” which translates to “Homemade Chocolate Chip Cookie.”
Kværskjærden’s recipe calls for a mixture of cocoa powder, cocoa butter, cocoa sugar, vanilla extract and chocolate chips.
The cocoa powder and sugar will make the cookies go from soft to fluffy, while the chocolate chips will impart a sweet and nutty flavor.
The dough will be made in a bowl of cold water until it’s slightly firm, then kneaded into dough by hand until the dough is firm enough to roll out the cookies.
You can also use a rolling pin to roll the dough out.
After the dough has been kneading, it will be shaped into cookie dough balls by rolling it around the bowl of water and then using the back of a spoon to gently press down on the balls, which will then turn into the cookies that will be baked.
This process can take anywhere from 20 minutes to two hours.
You can buy the cookies at Kvørskjørden for around 50 kroner ($3), but the recipe is available for 50 krone ($1.35) in the shop’s bakery section.
The recipe also includes instructions for making homemade cinnamon sugar, so if you’re looking for that kind of treat, the recipe could be for you.
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