I am quite adventurous when it comes to my food. And a recipe titled hard boiled egg chocolate chip cookies intrigued me more rather than gross me out.
If you are skeptical about it, take it from me. You won’t even notice it there.
See the surface of the cookies? No traces of boiled egg at all!
But why put a boiled egg in anyway? Why not the conventional raw egg into the batter?
Well, for one, the egg adds extra moistness in the cookies.
And second, adding a hard boiled egg as opposed to a raw one makes a dry cookie dough. You know how sometimes cookie doughs get muggy and mud-like? Or how they need to be refrigerated before they can be handled?
Well, this is not it.That would safe a bit of time.
On top of that, the raw cookie dough are also salmonella safe, which made me an extra happy baker this morning, sneaking in chunks of dough into my mouth instead of the awaiting cookie tray.
Recipe taken from Tablespoon.com
For recipe, click HERE