The Star Wars Cookbook: Wookie Cookies

A review of Wookie Cookies from The Star Wars Cookbook

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Wookie Cookies

b668e807bbf3e5585fc5972cebd1e796461d4c92_hqOf course I had to try the title recipe of The Star Wars Cookbook: Wookie Cookies and Other Galactic Recipes!

These are basically chocolate chip cookies, but with cinnamon added in and a combination of both milk and semi-sweet chocolate chips.  I think they just enjoyed the play on words when titling this one!

First the dry ingredients (except sugar) are mixed together in a bowl, and then the wet ingredients are mixed in a separate bowl with the sugar using an electric beater.

Then the dry ingredients are added to the wet ingredients and mixed thoroughly before chocolate chips are added in.

Once everything is mixed together, rounded tablespoons of dough are dropped onto a baking sheet before going into the oven for about 10 minutes.

Then just let them cool a bit before digging in!

Taste: 8/1020180810_194510

These were very good, but I still prefer regular chocolate chip cookies.  The cinnamon adds an extra flavor that sort of reminds me of a ginger snap.

Difficulty: Average

Since this recipe is geared toward children, I think I should point out that sometimes electric mixers can be a pain to operate (for me too, not just kids) without having butter fly everywhere.  They will also need to use an oven.

20180810_194537Cost: Cheap/Average

You will probably have most ingredients already: flour, baking soda, salt, cinnamon, butter, brown sugar, granulated sugar, eggs, vanilla extract, milk chocolate chips, and semi-sweet chocolate chips.

I’m assuming you’ll need to purchase at least one of the chocolate chip types, if not both.

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