Farmersgirl Kitchen

Chocolate Chunk Melting Moments

Uncategorized | September 12, 2013 | By

Melting Moments are a classic biscuit/cookie that are really simple to make and you generally find that you have everything you need to make them. They are supposed to be topped with a piece of cherry like the ones in the Tea Time Treats badge below, however I didn’t have any glace cherries in my baking supplies, at first I thought I’d leave them plain, then decided that everything is better with a little chocolate added so added a chocolate chunk to each biscuit. If I’d thought about it before I might even have replace some of the flour with cocoa powder, next time!

The theme for this month’s Tea Time Treats is Flapjacks, Oats and Traybakes
Tea Time Treats is a monthly blog event run by Karen at Lavender and Lovage and Kate at What Kate Baked
Melting Moments (makes 18-20)
75g (3oz) soft margarine
75g (3oz) caster sugar
half a beaten egg
a few drops vanilla extract
25g (1oz) rolled oats
100g (4oz) self-raising flour
a handful of rolled oats to coat
50g (2oz) dark chocolate, cut into chunks
1. Heat the oven to 160C, 325F, Gas 3.
2. Grease to baking sheets or cut baking parchment to fit
3. Beat together the margarine and sugar until creamy, then work in the egg and vanilla extract.
4. Add the oats and flour and work until you have a soft dough.
5. Divide the mixture into about 20 pieces and roll into balls, you might find this easier if you slightly wet your hands.
6. Roll the cookie dough balls in rolled oats and place 5 cm (2in) apart on the baking sheets. Flatten each piece of dough and place a chunk of dark chocolate in the centre of each.
7. Bake in the oven for 20 minutes or until the biscuits are pale golden brown.
8. Cool on a wire rack


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    belleau kitchen
    September 13, 2013

    Oooh they do look so heavenly. If only I could melt into the screen and grab one warm off your rack! (Ooh er missus!!)

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    Camilla @FabFood4All
    September 13, 2013

    You just can't beat a Melting Moment, I've only ever made chocolate ones and put a chunk of choc in the middle too – great minds think alike:-)

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    September 15, 2013

    These look so pretty and the chocolate in the middle is very classy. I love oaty biscuits.

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    Baking Addict
    September 15, 2013

    yummy!Not a fan of cherries – much prefer chocolate so please pass the plate over!

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    Anne Szadorska
    September 17, 2013

    You are so right – chocolate does make everything better! They look delicious, love melting moments!

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    Karen S Booth
    September 18, 2013

    I LOVE melting moments Janice and these look amazing with chunks of chocolate in them too – what a treat! Karen

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