How to Make Chocolate Crinkles

One good thing that happen to us this pandemic is that we were able to try new and fun activities at home, and one of them is baking.

Chocolate Crinkles

To start of our baking journey, we tried one of our favorite and easy to prepare pastry- Chocolate Crinkles.

The recipe that we will share to you is inspired by Chef RV Manabat’s Chocolate Crinkles

We divide the ingredients in three (3) sets – wet, dry and coating ingredients. The tools required for this recipe are the usual tools that you use when baking like spatula, mixing bowl, whisk and oven.

This recipe is easy to prepare and does not require the dough to rest for hours or even overnight.

Ingredients

SET A and B ingredients
Set C ingredients

Set A

1 1/4 cup firmly packed brown sugar
2 large eggs
7 tbsp canola or vegetable oil
1/4 cup melted chocolate

Set B

3/4 cup cocoa powder
1 cup all purpose flour
1/4 tsp baking soda
1/4 tsp baking powder
1/4 tsp salt

Set C

White Sugar
Confectionery or powdered sugar

Tools

Mixing bowl, whisk and spatula

Mixing Bowl
Whisk
Spatula
Ice Cream or Cookie Scoop
Parchment or baking paper
Oven
Cooling Rack

Direction

  1. Preheat the oven to 350°F

2. Put  Set A  ingredients in a mixing bowl.

3. Mix Set A ingredients  using a whisk until smooth or you can’t hear the sugar granules  while mixing.

4. Add  Set B ingredients on the mixture.

5. Mix the ingredients using a spatula until fully incorporated or a dough  forms. Do not over mix.

6. Fill the cookie or ice cream scoop with dough. Scrape the excess off and place the dough on white sugar for coating.

7. Coat the dough with white sugar followed by the confectionery or powdered sugar.

8. Put the coated dough on parchment lined baking sheet and lightly press each dough to flatten.

9. Once the oven is ready, place the dough and bake for 12 to 15 minutes until the crinkles are firm.

10. Place the crinkle on the cooling rack, let it cool for several minutes and get ready to much your chocolate crinkles.

This Chocolate Crinkles Recipe will give you a crunchy on the outside, thanks to the melted white sugar that not just bind the dough and the powdered sugar but also gave an interesting add on to the usual crinkles that we used to munch, and a gooey on the inside crinkles.

Author: traveleatpinas

Established in 2016, Travel Eat Pinas serves as a venue to share destinations in the Philippines where travelers can have a one-of-a-kind gastronomical experience, adventure, and soothing recreational activities. Travel Eat Pinas also feature EVENTS about food, travel, and lifestyle; must use ESSENTIALS and easy-to-follow RECIPES that you can make for your loved ones.

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