The Best Chocolate Chip Cookie Flavour Combinations

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Chocolate chip cookies are good but what if I told you they could be even better?! Here’s 8 flavour combinations to take your cookies to the next level.

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the best cookie flavour combinations

If you’re looking to take your chocolate chip cookies to the next level, you’ve come to the right place!

Here’s eight chocolate chip cookie recipes from our blog that are far from your average cookie! There’s miso banana bread chocolate chip cookies, black sesame cookies with a white chocolate cheesecake filling & brown butter s’more cookies that are each stuffed with a whole marshmallow, to name a few…

For more cookies, cakes, brownies & bread, take a look at our collection of baking recipes!

Miso Banana Bread Chocolate Chip Cookies
All the flavours of banana bread, jammed into a batch of brown butter & miso chocolate chip cookies.
Check out this recipe
black sesame cheesecake cookies
Black Sesame Cheesecake Cookies
These black sesame cheesecake cookies are made with black tahini & stuffed with white chocolate cheesecake. Super nutty & insanely fudgy!
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Salted Tahini Chocolate Chip Cookies
Made with sesame paste & rolled in sesame seed sugar, these salted tahini cookies pack a serious sesame kick! Paired with two types of chocolate & finished with sea salt for maximum flavour.
Check out this recipe
brown butter smore cookies
Brown Butter S’more Cookies
Made with brown butter & toasted milk powder, these crisp & nutty cookies are packed full of that classic s’more flavour! Stuffing each cookie with a whole marshmallow & a load of chocolate makes these hard to beat.
Check out this recipe
salted peanut m&m cookies
Salted Peanut M&M Cookies
These salted peanut M&M cookies are soft, crisp & fudgy. Made with brown butter & full of nuts & chocolate, the flavour is next level!
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oatmeal raisin cookies
Toasted Milk, Chocolate & Raisin Oatmeal Cookies
Not your average oatmeal raisin cookies. These are made with brown butter & toasted milk powder for nuttiness. The oats are blitzed into a coarse flour which gives these cookies a soft & fudgy centre and super crispy edges. Plus there’s a generous helping of soaked raisins & 54% dark chocolate.
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pretzel chocolate cookies
Salted Pretzel, Candied Hazelnut & Dark Chocolate Cookies
A spin on my signature chocolate chip cookie. Cramming these full of salted pretzels & candied hazelnuts perfectly complements the bitterness of the dark chocolate & amplifies the nuttiness from the brown butter.
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fudge, cranberry & white chocolate cookies
Cranberry, Fudge & White Chocolate Cookies
This batch of cranberry, fudge & white chocolate cookies is insanely good! Soft, crisp & super fudgy these make a great festive treat.
Check out this recipe

The Best Equipment To Make Cookies With!

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Chocolate Chip Cookie Tips & Tricks

  • Use brown butter & toasted milk powder for the best flavour!
  • Use a chopped up chocolate bar, it will melt better than chocolate chips.
  • Make sure to scrape the mixing bowl down with a rubber spatula regularly when mixing the dough
  • Chill the cookie dough overnight for the right amount of spread in the oven.
  • Use a cookie cutter to “scoot” the cookies into a perfect circle once baked.
  • Sprinkle sea salt on top of the baked cookies for extra flavour.
  • Bake the cookies until the edges are set but the centre is still soft.

Have you got a favourite chocolate chip cookie flavour? Let us know in the comments below! And for more baking recipes, take a look at the baking section on the blog.

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