Chocolate Chip Cookies
How many desserts can say they have a date of birth? Not many, but cookies (the beloved and well-known chocolate chip cookies) certainly do. It was in the 1930s - in fact - that chef Ruth Graves Wakefield made a very sweet discovery. The story of her invention, however, is not without mystery. Some say that the chocolate chips that were inside the cookies were there by accident and that the chef's idea was to make them completely melt. Others are certain that an expert like her would never have made such a mistake. We will probably never know how things really went, but it doesn’t really matter. We are left with her sweet creation, to be enjoyed with a smile on our faces.
Nutrition Information per 100 g
Energy 2172 kJ
Fat 26,4 g Of Which Saturates 19,3 g Carbohydrate 62,8 g Of Which Sugars 30,6 g Fibers
3,1 g Protein 6,7 g Salt 0,2 g
Ingredients: Soft WHEAT FLOUR (WHEAT),Granulated sugar, BUTTER (MILK),Chocolate
chips, (sugar, cocoa mass, cocoa butter, emulsiﬁer: SOY LECITHIN (SOY)), EGG (EGG),
Powdered chemical yeast (leavening agent: E450-E500, soft WHEAT (WHEAT)), Salt.
Contains: MILK, EGG, WHEAT, SOY.
WITH NO ARTIFICIAL INGREDIENTSKeep in a cool and dry place, away from light.
Manufactured in a facility that also processes:CELERY,MUSTARD,TREE NUTS (PINE NUT,WALNUT,ALMOND).