1 Minute Eggless Microwave Chocolate Chip cookies

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Here’s a surprise for your kids snack box. 1 minute chocolate chip cookies, yeah you heard it right just one minute. That too without any raising agents.

I always thought chocolate chips were expensive and used broken chocolate every time a recipe involved chocolate chips. Last week when I saw a box of chocolate chips only for Rs 50  ( that too a big box) I picked it up instantly. Then I was wondering what I can do with it, with the small time-frame that my little one gives me.

So I browsed through and found a quick recipe, you can find it here. He has made one big cookie which did not work for me so I made 3 instead.

Actually gone are the days where I used to pick up complicated recipes, now its all 1-10 mins recipes only. Actually Im thinking of writing a cookbook with lazy bum recipes.. lol.. Ok so here it is:


  • 1 Tbsp melted butter
  • 2 Tbsp sugar/ preferably powdered
  • Few drops of vanilla essence
  • Pinch of salt
  • 2 tsp milk
  • 3 Tbsp maida/flour
  • 2 tsp chocolate chips


Mix melted butter and sugar till sugar dissolves. Use powdered sugar for fast results. To this add salt, vanilla and milk and beat once. Add flour and mix, at the end add chocolate chips and bind with your hand. You will find a sticky dough, if it’s too sticky use a little extra flour, the dough will be soft but should not stick to your palms.

Now make 3 balls and place it on a plate, just flatten it with your palms, try to keep the center a little more thicker. And put it in the microwave for 1 minute, you may want to open it at intervals and keep checking. I put the cookie for an extra minute and burnt another batch. So if its not cooked, again cook it for few seconds, keep checking every 20 secs.

Now your gooey, mildly crisp chocolate chip cookies are ready.

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4 Responses to 1 Minute Eggless Microwave Chocolate Chip cookies

  1. Shwetha K B says:

    Sure thank you. I shall try it again and this time will do it as you mentioned.

  2. Shwetha K B says:

    I tried with both whole wheat flour and maida. Both cookies were hard.

    • admin says:

      Shwetha guess its the timing, dont leave it for more than a min, start with 30 secs and if its not cooked again heat on 10 secs intervals. it may look uncooked but it will cook as it cools, the texture should be soft and lightly crisp.
      You dont need to preheat. You can use ordinary microwave. Start with small cookies and make it totally flat not fat in the center.

  3. Shwetha K B says:

    I have a doubt. I tried this recipe. But the cookies were very hard to bite. I actually put it for more than a min (say 1 min more) since I felt it was not fully done. also did i have to pre heat the oven before starting ? Where did i go wrong?

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