Tanya Burr's Milk and White Chocolate Cookies

Last night my sister and I spontaneously decided that we wanted to bake something so we brought out all the cookbooks, made a list and took a trip to Tesco today to collect some ingredients! She wanted to make Tanya Burr's Triple Chocolate cookies but I have made those before so I wanted to try something different. We decided to give her Milk and White Chocolate cookies a bash!

We followed the recipe from Tanya's book Love Tanya which used the following ingredients: self raising flour, caster sugar, butter, milk chocolate and white chocolate. We used one bar of regular Galaxy, one bar of Tesco milk chocolate and one bar of Tesco white chocolate. We cut back on the sugar and the chocolate as there was TONNES when we measured everything out!

Baking also requires some good tunes to sing along to so we picked Taylor Swift's 1989 album!

Following Tanya's recipe, we mixed the sugar and butter together using a Kenwood Mixer. So much easier than using a hand mixer and less effort too!

We then gradually added the flour to the butter and sugar.

Once the cookie dough was the right consistency, we added all the chocolate pieces before mixing it into the dough with our hands. We managed to get ten cookies from the dough like the recipe stated which usually doesn't work out! 

After baking for 12 minutes, here is the finished result!

These cookies are just as tasty her Triple Chocolate ones and I would totally recommend trying them if you are looking for something extremely simple to bake! I'm more of a cake decorator as I can be pretty useless when it comes to baking but honestly, it was so easy to bake these! Check back on my blog next week as we are going to make Tanya's Sunday Cake this weekend too. Have you tried any of her recipes? I'd love to hear from you.

Dyan x


  1. These look super yummy!! I have Tanya's book but am yet to bake anything out of it yet x

    Abi | abistreetx.blogspot.co.uk

    1. I haven't tried them all, just made the two cookie recipes! Been meaning to bake the Sunday cake for ages and still not done it haha! x