Welcome to my best ever soft chocolate chip cookies in the Airfryer. After making batch after batch of chocolate chip cookies in the Philips Airfryer and a lot of recipe testing we are sharing with you our best ever cookies.
These are the ones that Dominic makes ne whenever I need that comfort food hit, whenever I am feeling down, whenever I am tired or when I just have that terrible sugar craving that just won’t go away unless there are chocolate chip cookies involved.
These are also very frugal and made from ingredients that we always in the house and saves going out and buying a bar of chocolate.
They only take a few short minutes to prepare, then place them in the Airfryer on some reusable silver foil (or a baking mat) and then let the Airfryer do the work for you.
I make them in a glass mixing bowl with butter, coconut sugar, brown sugar, honey, cocoa powder, self raising flour, chocolate chips and milk.
Though I always make extra than the amount I plan to cook because I just can’t help eating the cookie dough. It is like a life long need. Plus you can guarantee that my 2 year old will chase me around the kitchen until she gets her share. So to make sure there is enough to go around (as you can never get too much cookie dough) I will increase my batch by 20%. Or if I am in a really naughty mood it will be more like 40%.
Best to avoid the scales when it is cookie season!
I then make them into cute little cookie dough bowls on my silver foil and then place them in the Airfryer to cook.
I have the regular Philips Airfryer and don’t like to over crowd so often do them in batches of four cookies. So 3 rounds and I have 12 large cookies. But if you have a bigger Airfryer then you will be able to do more at once.
I know many of my fellow Airfryer fans have the Tefal and if you take out the centre paddle you can get a lot more in than me. But at least if they are done in batches I can spread out my cookie binge.
Plus if you have a habit of forgetting to get them out of the oven or you like a crunchy edge on your cookies then the Airfryer is perfect for doing exactly that.
If you have family visiting and you want chocolate chip cookies in a rush then what is so perfect about these is that preparation and cooking for each batch of four cookies is just 20 minutes. You can make your best ever soft chocolate chip cookies, place them in the Airfryer, go back to entertaining and then return to serve them. Your guests will then you are the best ever host!
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- Preheat your Airfryer to 180c.
- Place your butter and sugar into a mixing bowl and using a hand mixer mix your fat into your sugars. Do this until it is well mixed and is light and fluffy.
- Add the flour, honey, milk, cocoa powder and vanilla and mix well with a fork.
- Cover your hands with flour so that the cookie mixture won’t stick wont them.
- Roll in the chop chips or crushed chocolate with your hands.
- Mix with your hands for a couple of minutes making sure everything is well coated.
- Roll out into 12 small cookie balls.
- Place them on a silver foil sheet or a baking sheet inside your Airfryer.
- Cook for 15 minutes on 180c.
- Serve with milk.
If you have some spare chocolate in the house place it inside a sandwich bag and bash it with a rolling pin. It will then resemble chocolate chips and is a much cheaper option. My favourite chocolates for doing this with are Galaxy & Cadburys.
If your Airfryer has just one setting then use that. 180c is the average on the Philips Airfryer model and is the same as a medium therefore if you are on Tefal with no low, medium or high it will be fine.
We used heaped tablespoons of honey because we are addicted to it. You could use less if you wish or swap it for maple syrup.