Yes, you read that right. The Christmas season is well and truly here and we’re about to get into the kitchen and whip up a storm with you all to celebrate. And because we’re big card game fans, as you probably know, we’re going to share our poker chip cookies recipe.
This is a first for All Bets but we think it’s going to be popular with all of your people for some very simple reasons. Our poker chip cookies recipe is easy to make, delicious and will impress any fellow poker (or indeed cookie) fans you have over in your house over the party season. And your house will smell great while you make them too. A true win, win.
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Like we said before, this poker chip cookies recipe is pretty easy. But we have one important piece of advice. Before you get started, read the whole thing through once. We spend a lot of time diving straight in to recipes before we really understand all the steps. It puts you under unnecessary pressure, so don’t succumb to it if you can avoid it! Definitely ends up taking more time in the long run than if you carefully read first to get it all straight in your head.
Oh and by the way, this poker chip cookies recipe makes about 25 biscuits. But if you need a different amount, it can scale up or down fairly easily!
400g plain flour
280g caster sugar
200g butter at room temperature
1 tsp vanilla extract
1/2 tsp cream of tartar
Pinch of salt
25g cocoa powder