Step 1: Line 3 baking trays with baking parchment. In a mixing bowl, beat together the butter and sugar until creamy and well blended. Beat in the egg yolk and Vanilla Paste.
Step 2: Sift the flour and Baking Powder on top and add the Chocolate Chunks. Mix together to form a firmish dough. Cut the dough into 28 pieces and form each into a ball.
Step 3: Put the chocolate hazelnut spread in a small uncut piping bag and snip off about 1cm (1/2inch) from the end.
Step 4: Working on one cookie dough ball at a time, push your thumb into the centre to make a deep hollow, and then pipe a small blob of chocolate spread into the hollow. Carefully mould the dough over the filling, making sure it is well sealed, and then gently roll back into a ball.
Step 5: Arrange the filled cookie dough balls on the prepared baking trays spaced a little apart, then chill for about 30 minutes until firm.
Step 6: Ten minutes before baking, preheat the oven to 190˚C (170˚C fan oven, 375˚F, gas 5). Bake the cookies for 10 minutes until lightly golden. Cool on the trays for 5 minutes before transferring to a wire rack. These cookies are best served warm to enjoy the melting middle.
1 cookie = 19g
If you don't want to bake all the cookies in one go, freeze the filled cookie dough balls on a tray lined with baking parchment until solid, then pack into freezer bags or containers for up to 3 months. Cook from frozen as above, for 4-5 minutes longer.
|Per Serving||Per 100 g / ml|
|Fat||5.58 g||29.36 g|
|Carbohydrate||10.48 g||55.14 g|
|Protein||1.03 g||5.43 g|
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