Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Blueberry & White Chocolate-chip Cookies(Eggless)

Blueberry White Chocolate-chip Cookies
I've been staying off baking or a while,the bread was an exception.Of course,when the baking itch strikes there's no stopping but I am consciously avoiding going through recipes which calls for oodles of butter.Which reminds me,what puts you off a baking recipe?For me it is the number of eggs used and the amount of butter.Any recipe which calls for more than 4 eggs and 150(or more)grams of butter makes me alert.
Blueberry White Chocolate-chip Cookies-baking goodies
Every time I looked inside the baking shelf,all the pretty cake tin liners and cupcake liners seemed to call out to me.I had shopped like a mad woman during my last visit to Ernakulam and felt guilty that I had not used a single item till date.Top it with the goodies my vanni got for me.I decided I had to bake after all:)

The plan was to bake a batch of Vanilla cupcakes-butter was measured,eggs were kept out from fridge and flour container drawn out.I had to make dinner too so decided the cupcake baking can wait.While I was making dinner,a sudden thought crossed my mind and that was about the packet of dried blueberries my bro-in-law had got me from Korea.We kept munching on it,so there wasn't much left to go into cakes or cupcakes.
Blueberry White Chocolate-chip Cookies
So off it went into these cookies.Google came up with a lot of results which gave me the idea of combining blueberries with white chocolate chips,but I stuck to my basic cookie dough recipe which gets me perfect result every time.It didn't disappoint and with the addition of brown sugar,tasted even better!

Blueberry White Chocolate-Chip Cookies(Eggless)


Butter - 1/2 cup/100gms,room temperature
Light brown sugar - 3/4 cup(or a mix of white and brown sugar)
Vanilla - 1 tsp
Flour - 1 1/2 cups
Salt - a pinch
Dried blueberries - 1/2 cup
White chocolate chips - 1/2 cup
Milk - 2 tbsp,if required


Blueberry White Chocolate-chip Cookies-step1 
Mix together butter and sugar and beat well with a fork.
Blueberry White Chocolate-chip Cookies-step2 
Add in vanilla and rest of the ingredients-flour,salt,blueberries and white chocolate chips.
Blueberry White Chocolate-chip Cookies-step3 
Knead with your fingertips till you get a smooth dough.If the dough is not coming together,add milk 1 tsp at a time.
Rest the dough for about 20 minutes.
Preheat oven to 160C.Grease/line a cookie tray.
Blueberry White Chocolate-chip Cookies-step4 
Take 1 tablespoonful of dough and place it on the cookie tray.Using the tines of a fork,press the cookie a little.(I made one batch like this and another where I took tablespoonful of dough,rolled it in my palm and flattened it)
Blueberry White Chocolate-chip Cookies 
Bake for 20-22 minutes.The cookies will be soft in the middle but will harden once it cools down.

Blueberry White Chocolate-chip Cookies 
  • Every oven is different,so keep an eye on the cookies after 15 minutes.Do not over bake or the cookies will turn out hard.
  • Adding brown sugar is optional,you can use regular white sugar too,or a mix of both.
  • Black currants would work well as a substitute if you do not have dried blueberries in hand.


  1. lovely cookies... would love to grab some now...

  2. Love white chocolate though its not even considered "chocolate":-)
    Eggless !soo gonna make this!

  3. they look very cute and pretty, Never tried anything with white chocolate though! Perfect tea time snack and love the blueberries in it

  4. They look perfect even I baked some cookies yesterday ,,,

  5. looks fab Divya..but where did u manage to get the frozen blue berry

  6. The cookies look great! and so does all the stuff you have added to your baking pantry. I have been a reader for a long time and know your love for brownies. So I had to share this little treat with you that makes a really quick fudgy brownie in a single portion size in few seconds. Mix 2 tbsp packed brown sugar + 2 tbsp unsweetened cocoa powder + 1 heaped tbsp maida/all purpose flour + 1 tbsp oil and add just enough milk to make it into a silky paste (approx 2 tbsp). Add chopped walnuts (optional but recommended) and microwave it till the top is just about set, that is when you touch the top it should not be wet. It takes about 40 seconds in my microwave. That's it! Dig in :) its fudgy (with no molten center) and very chocolatey, requires no eggs and just a tbsp of oil. I've made it thrice since I've discovered it and once even added coffee (made with milk)instead of plain milk to give a nice choco-coffee flavor. Yum! You gotto try this! I think about you everytime I make it.

    - Priti

    1. Thanks so much for the Brownie recipe,rest assured it is featuring on the blog soon:)

  7. YOur post has just given me an idea... I have a packet of dried strawberries. I think I can chop them up and use them instead of blueberries :) Going to try right away and hope my cookies turn out as beautifully as yours have!

  8. Wow, these cookies look gorgeous! :)

  9. Ah these look delicious, love the combination of white chocolate and blueberries!

  10. looks irresistibly hearty n inviting

  11. Yummy and awesome combo, never used white choco chip so far. Interesting recipe :)

  12. Have to check for dry blueberries,scrumptious and very tempting cookies.

  13. Cookies look so yumm...Dry blueberries and white chocolate chip sounds like a hit combo..

  14. Excellent combo! I love it very much. Great share. Thanks a lot.

  15. I've been a follower of your blog for a while now and check in every time you post a new entry. There are several recipes here I will try out. Your blog is so interesting!
    Chumkie of
    My Favourite Recipes.

  16. Being an baking addict i have been surfing through your blog for quite sometime now...tried most of your brownies and choc cake ...and dis just looks yumm :)


  17. Hey Divya, as I said, i actually tried this recipe with a few alterations - used dark chocolate chips and dried strawberries. and has turned out fantastic! Do check out the pics on my FB page - https://www.facebook.com/TheWeekendEpicurean?ref=hl
    Thanks so much for the inspiring recipe!

  18. Can we use blueberry puree instead of blueberries?

    1. I'm not sure.If you use puree,you may need to reduce/substitute milk and the cookies may change in colour.Sorry I haven't tried so can't be of much help here!


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