The Great Bookish Bake Off – Oreo Cookies

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The cakes I bake and the books I read whilst baking them. 

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Or essentially, a biscuit wrapped in cookie dough.
This is a really easy thing to make and is amazing to eat especially warm! I first made these when reading City of Bones for the first time!

Things you will need:
A packet of double stuff Oreo biscuits (snigger, double stuff)
Chocolate chips
150g plain flour
100g butter
1 egg
100g sugar
Scales
Bowls
Cup cake cases
A book to read – like I said, City of Bones.

Dry ingredients in a bowl first, then your wet ones, by that I mean the egg and butter, add the sugar, flour and chocolate chips until combined, at this point the mixture should be doughy so you can stretch it and pull it apart, Get yourself a double stuff oreo and wrap cookie dough around it before popping it into a cake case, repeat until all the dough is used up and stick in the oven on 180 for about 20 minutes.

Which doesn’t give you much time to do any reading, I remember managing to get through the chapter where Jace takes Clary actually into the City of Bones for the first time and all the silent brother’s take it in turns to go through her memories. By this time everything was smelling awesome, cookies have a knack of smelling amazing when they’re cooking. Take those out of the oven and let them cool enough so that they’re warm, then just go crazy and start eating, the cookie dough will be soft and chewy, the oreo biscuit will by crunchy and the creamy bit in the middle will have melted and will taste amazing. Trust.

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