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Triple Chocolate Triangels

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Sunday, June 20, 2010

Triple Chocolate Triangels

If you want to a crowd, a huge crowd, these are the cookies for you!  I stumbled upon this recipe last week as I was reading some of my older issues of Donna Hay Magazines.  There was a whole series of holiday cookies, that I remember reading about, but neglected to experiment with.  What I loved most about this recipe, aside from the taste, was that it had so few ingredients.  I have a feeling that this batter can be made into a plethora of combinations!

Triple Chocolate Triangles
adapted from Donna Hay Magazine
yield approximately 48 triangles

250g unsalted butter, room temp
2 1/2 cups (440g) brown sugar
1 Tbls. vanilla extract
2 eggs
3 cups (450g) all purpose flour, sifted
1 tsp. baking powder
125g dark chocolate, chopped
125g white chocolate, chopped
125g milk chocolate, chopped
(I used more chocolate than the original recipe and I used callebaut )

• preheat oven to 355*.  place butter, sugar + vanilla in a the bowl of an electric mixer and beat 8-10 minutes, until pale and creamy. gradually add eggs, beating until combined.  add flour and baking powder until a smooth dough forms.
• add the chocolate and mix to combine.  press the dough into a lightly greased 12" x 16" jelly roll pan, lined with parchment.
• bake 25-30 minutes until golden.  allow to cool completely and then cut into 24 squares, then cut each square into triangles.

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Blogger Patricia Scarpin said...

Oh, sweetie, we're in sync! I almost baked these on the weekend, then found out I was running out of white choc.
Your triangles are pretty!

June 21, 2010 at 5:00 AM  

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