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Triple-Chocolate Share Cookie

Triple-Chocolate Share Cookie with Walnuts

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What’s even better than a chocolate cookie? A giant cookie. What’s even better than a giant chocolate cookie? A giant cookie with three different types of chocolate. Chef Michelle has designed the dessert of our dreams, blending dark, milk, and white chocolate into a buttery cookie with crunchy walnuts. A sprinkle of sea salt provides a touch of elegance and the perfect counterpoint to the rich flavors. 

    Serving size
    4servings
    Prep & cook time
    minutes
    Cooking Skill
    easy
    • Calories 590
    • Protein 8g
    • Total Carb 68g
    • Total Fat 33g

    Given the cook-at-home nature of Plated and natural variation in ingredients, nutritional information is approximated. See details.

    Ingredients & Equipment

    What we send

    • Maldon sea salt
      • 1/8 teaspoon
      • Maldon sea salt
    • unsalted butter
      • 12 packets
      • unsalted butter
    • granulated sugar
      • 2 tablespoons
      • granulated sugar
    • parchment paper
      • 1
      • parchment paper
    • light brown sugar
      • 1/2 cup
      • light brown sugar
    • white chocolate chips
      • 1/4 cup
      • white chocolate chips
    • milk chocolate chips
      • 1/4 cup
      • milk chocolate chips
    • semisweet chocolate chips
      • 1/4 cup
      • semisweet chocolate chips
    • baking powder
      • 1/4 teaspoon
      • baking powder
    • vanilla extract
      • 1/2 teaspoon
      • vanilla extract
    • flour
      • 1 cup
      • flour
    • walnuts
      • 1 ounce
      • walnuts

    What You’ll Need

    • kosher salt
    • eggs
    • baking sheet
    • plastic wrap

    Allergens

    Soy, Milk, Tree Nuts, Wheat

    Cooking Steps

    1. Prepare ingredients

      Prepare ingredients

      Preheat oven to 350ºF. Unwrap butter packets and place in a large bowl to soften at room temperature (we recommend at least 10 minutes). Alternatively, place butter in a large heatproof bowl and microwave in 10-second intervals until softened, but not melted. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper. Roughly chop walnuts.

    2. Prepare dough

      Prepare dough

      Add brown sugar and granulated sugar to bowl with softened butter. Whisk vigorously until mixture is pale and fluffy, 1-2 minutes. Add vanilla and 1 egg and whisk until mixture is pale yellow and fully combined, 2 minutes more.

    3. Finish dough

      Finish dough

      Fold flour, baking powder, and ¼ teaspoon salt into butter-sugar mixture until dough is just combined. Fold in chocolate chips and walnuts until evenly dispersed in the dough, being careful not to overmix.

    4. Bake triple-chocolate share cookie

      Bake triple-chocolate share cookie

      Scoop cookie dough onto prepared baking sheet. Arrange a large piece of plastic wrap over top of dough. Gently press and flatten dough into a disc, about ¼-inch thick. Then, remove plastic wrap from dough in a quick, fluid motion. Transfer baking sheet to oven and bake until edges are golden but center is still soft, 12-15 minutes.

    5. Plate triple-chocolate share cookie

      Plate triple-chocolate share cookie

      Transfer triple-chocolate share cookie, still on parchment, to a clean, dry surface to cool for at least 10 minutes before serving. Sprinkle Maldon sea salt over top. Cut into slices, if desired. Enjoy warm, with a scoop of ice cream, or add to tomorrow's packed lunch. Any unclaimed cookie can be stored at room temperature in an airtight container for up to 3 days. 

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