Jul 22, 2014

1 Min Microwave Eggless Cookie Recipe / How to Make Chocolate Cookies in Microwave



If have been getting mails from my viewers to post more microwave baking recipes. I too love baking in microwave, since it is so easy to make and only takes less time to dig into the goodies. Actually i have few microwave cake recipes in my blog like chocolate cherry cake, eggless chocolate cake, eggless fruit cake and one of my popular post nutella mug cake. So far i have tried only baking cakes in my microwave, couple days back i decided to try out cookies in microwave. So when i searched google i landed on this amazing website nikskitchen. So had many easy microwave friendly recipe. Love it so much. I took this cookie recipe from her blog and made it. It was a huge success.


I modified the recipe as per my taste and available of ingredients, still it was a hit. I added a little more cocoa powder and also some chocolate chips. This recipe makes 2 cookies, i made one plain chocolate and one chocolate chip cookie. I loved the chocolate chip ones a lot. Please try this and let me know how it turn out for you..


Preparation Time : 2 mins
Cooking Time : 1 min
Makes : 2 Cookies

Ingredients:

All Purpose Flour / Maida - 2 tblspn minus 1 tsp
Cocoa Powder - 1.5 tsp
Unsalted Butter - 1 tblspn melted
Powdered Sugar - 2 tblspn (granulated sugar powdered)
Milk - 2 tsp
Chocolate Chips or Nuts - 1 tblspn for topping (optional)

Method:

In a mixing bowl add all the ingredients and mix well to form a dough. Divide into two equal portions. 

Take a ramekin bowl or any microwave safe bowl, grease it slightly with some butter. Presss on ball in to the bowl and flatten it. Now microwave them for a min.

Remove it let it cool for couple of mins and invert them to a plate.

You can add chocolate chips on top of them before baking too.

Notes:

1)This cookie should be baked in a mug or cup, not in a plate.
2)You can add any topping as you like, some ideas are nuts, chocolate and dried fruits.
3)You can add some vanilla essence too.
4)The cookie will remain soft when you remove it from oven, it gets hard when they get cold. So never bake them more than 1 min.
5)My microwave has a power of 800 watts.
6)My Ramekin Size is Diameter: 3.7 inches (9 cm), Height: 2 inches (5 cm)
7)This cookies should be baked in normal micro mode, not in convection mode

Pictorial:
Take all your ingredients


this is the spoons which i used to measure these


take a bowl and a spoon


add powdered sugar in the bowl


pour melted butter


mix well


add in flour


cocoa powder


milk


mix well


shape into dough


divide into equal portions
take a baking dish


drizzle some butter


spread it


place a dough ball in it


flatten it


once it is flattened


place it in microwave


set time for 1 min and bake


all baked


invert it to a plate


Now place another ball in the bowl


flatten it


take some choco chips


sprinkle them over


press it slightly


bake them for a min


invert it to a plate


serve



66 comments:

  1. Hi Aarthi,

    Baking for a minute would mean in " convention mode " right?
    If so at what temp?

    Thanks.

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  2. @SonaNo it has to be baked in normal micro mode, not in convection mode

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    1. Wow lovely cookies....thanks for thz...I was looking for such simple recipeez....

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    2. Normal micro mode means? Cooking mode? Or the mode er use to heat foods?

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  3. Couldn't resist without checking your post. Love the way you had posted it.

    Keep rocking Aarthi.
    Hema's Adugemane

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  4. I used exactly same measurements but the mixture was wet enough. So I added around 3 tsp more maida to make dough out of it. The cookies got baked but now after cooling, they have become hard. Could you tell me what could be the issue?

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  5. @AnonymousYou should not add too much flour, just bake it as it is it will give you good results.

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  6. Where did u get the ramekins in nagercoil? I don't have any ramekins but would like to bake it. Can you say what can I substitute in the place of ramekins to bake the cookies?

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  7. @AnonymousI got ir from fab furnish.com. u can use any normal microwave safe bowl

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  8. My microwave's high power is 100 watts so I should also keep it for 1 min only???

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  9. Superb...got ur recipe from CAL n I must say ur presentation is awesome. .cooking couldn't get easier..Manali

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  10. @Rupali I am not sure..Is it 100 or 1000 watts..If it is 1000 then this can be done under a min, keep a eye on it

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  11. wow this is superb... i'm going to try this soon

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  12. 1000 watt pe 1 min me hi bani...par thandi hone par hard ni hui

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    1. Translation: Got ready in a minute in a 1000w (microwave), but didn't harden up even on cooling...

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  13. Thanks for sharing this recipe. It turned out to be yummy! Loved it.
    Cheers!

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  14. Can I make few of them together instead of 1 by 1

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  15. Y can't we flatten it n keep it in a tray to bake ??

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  16. Hi arti
    Mine turned out very gooey..used the exact measurements... What might be the reason?? :(

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  17. Also the texture wasn't very fine..

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  18. @gangaIf it is gooey, you must have added too much sugar or haven't baked it long enough

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  19. Hi Aarthi,

    your recipe seemed rreally good and simple so i tried it. i'm not muh of a baker but have started off late and have 2 limitations, i cant bake with egg and i only have a microwave.
    Anyway so that attracted me to your recipe for this festive season, so i put together the ingredients as per the recipe but the dough wouldnt hold, it was like a thicker cake batter consistency so i added more maida (dont know exact amount, just kept adding till i got the dough consistency as per your pix). And then i baked them, but :
    a. some of them got burnt slightly
    b. all of them gott really hard after cooling and are inedible :(

    Please guide me n how to get the right crumbly cookie texture.

    And i must say great job for sharing these innovative recipes. (esp for someone like me who is a not much into cooking and baking) Thanks !

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  20. @AnonymousI think u must have added too much butter or milk so it has got wet. Use just the exact amount and it will work.

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  21. @Anonymous

    The reason for it getting burnt may me because of the combination of milk, sugar and butter in which you have to be judicious if your batter does not come out as per the consistency shown in the picture. The best is to follow the dry ingredients and wet ingredients procedure.
    Sieve the powdered sugar,add the melted butter and milk in the bowl. Similarly,in another, sieve the other dry ingredients like the flour, cocoa in another.
    Then gradually add the wet mixture to the powders and prepare the dough to get the required consistency before making it into to the cookie. Adjustments can be made here by lessening wetness by retaining the last few drops of the wet mix in the 1st bowl or adding a shake of flour to increase dryness.
    Hope it helps!

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  22. The milk should be cold or in room temperature? Boiled right?

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  23. Milk should be cold or in room temperature?

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  24. @Anonymousit should be room temp and boiled or unboiled whatever is good

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  25. Horrible !
    I took the exact measurements and followed it the way it is mentioned in ths recipe but the result was really bad.It was goooey in texture and was not at all good !

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  26. It's good in taste.. But didn't get crispy.What should I do for crispness?

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  27. It's good in taste. But didn't get crispy. What should I do for crispness?

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  28. It's good in taste. But didn't get crispy. What should I do for crispness?

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  29. @Stuti Singhalthis cookie is meant to be soft, it wont turn too crispy

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  30. @Anonymousthere may be some mistake in measurements

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  31. If you want it crispy, microwave it again for 20 seconds after the initial 1 min and resting time.

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  32. Can I make it without cocoa powder..would that provide the same results..

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  33. If I want to make 4/5at a time how much time it will take to bake properly.

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  34. how much time will it take to cool down? Can we keep it in refrigerator?

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  35. @Anonymousyes u can make, just add normal flour instead of cocoa

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  36. it doesnt form a dough..it is always in liquid form.when i microwave it for 1 min. then it boils

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  37. @Rohanthen something wrong with measurements, add less milk

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  38. I used flour and powdered sugar as normal, added 1 tsp of vanilla maizena, 1 tbsp of vanilla and 2 1/2 tbsp of honey coffee creamer and did the rest as usual. I let the dough stay a little sticky and my cookies came out delicious!!! Topped with a little whipped cream or dip in coffee!

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  39. Good recipe
    I am going to make it on Mother's Day...
    Thank You

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    1. To cool the cookies faster, can I put them in the freezer?

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  40. If we don't have unsalted butter
    Can we take salted butter?

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  41. @simran bhawnanisalted butter will make the cookies too salty

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  42. Can I use self raising flour instead of all purpose?

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  43. @Anonymousno that would affect the texture though..u can try it

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  44. if making in an otg, what are the timings and temperature to follow for this recipe.

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  45. can i use chocolate cut into pieces instead of chocolate chips?

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  46. Hi
    Can you just tell me what is th shelf life of these cookies? I mean i am planning to make around 20-25 of them for a vacation... They will stay good for how many days??

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  47. Hi,
    pls post more microwave eggless cookies which uses wholewheat and without cocoa powder.
    Eagerly waiting for your cookies recipes.

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  48. Hi Aarthi,
    Awesome and simple recipe. I tried it today and the it tasted good. The cookies were crisp initially. But after a while it got hard. Can you tell me what could have gone wrong? I would like to try it again. So it will be helpful if you can tell me what could have gone wrong. Thanks ☺

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  49. @Fermie u must have over baked it

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  50. Can we use wheat flour instead of maida, if yes, would the proportion remain the same? TIA.

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