Detta är ett av mina favorit recept när jag bakar cookies! Så rackarns gott, nackdelen är att jag äter så mycket smet när jag lagar dom.. Har du testat, det är som en kaka i sig. Jag brukar laga choklad cookies men du kan lika gärna använda dig av butter scotch eller honey comb. Smakar lika ljuvligt vilket som!

Ingredienser cookies ca 12-14 stycken

  • 125 gram mjukt smör
  • 1,25 dl strösocker
  • 1,25 dl brunt farinsocker
  • 1 mellanstort ägg
  • 3,5 dl vetemjöl
  • lite salt
  • 0,5 tsk bikarbonat
  • 0,5 tsk bakpulver
  • 0,5 tsk vaniljsocker
  • 150-200 gram chokladbitar, eller choklad chips
Du lägger bollarna på bakplåtspappret, de blir platta i ugnen!

Så här lagar du cookies

  1. Värm upp ugnen till 175 C.
  2. Vispa socker och smör med en visp tills det är poröst.
  3. Häll i ägget och blanda.
  4. Häll i alla de andra ingredienserna, men inte chokladen! Blanda!
  5. Nu lägger du till chokladen och rör runt lite till.
  6. Forma små bollar som du lägger på en bakplåt med bakpapper. Lämna lite utrymme mellan varje eftersom de sjunker ut och blir platta.
  7. Baka i mitten av ugnen 10-13 minuter.
  8. De är klara när de fortfarande är lite degiga i mitten.
  9. Lägg dom med hjälp av en stekspade på ett galler för att svalna innan du äter dom!
Dessa choklad cookies fick extra mycket choklad i sig!

Du kan även frysa degen om du inte vill baka allt samtidigt! Isåfall fryser du den som en rulle i lite plastfolie.

Hoppas det smakar!


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Jerusalem Artichoke soup

This is my favourite soup! And I always make a lot of it, normally I have a sandwich with it. But I didn’t have that at home..

Recipe for 3-4 persons


8 Jerusalem Artichokes, about 500 grams (1,1 pounds or 17,6 oz)

2-3 shallots

3 dl of vegetable stock (1,3 cup)

2,5 dl of cream (1 cup)


Peel the Jerusalem artichokes, and cut into pieces.

Peel and slice the shallots.

Then you sweat them.

When that is done throw it all into your mixer. Swish!!

Add the cream, and let it all simmer for some minutes.

Dinner is ready!





Recipe and photo by Malin Nordblom

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