How to make Chocolate Chip Cookies with Orange Marmalade
How to make chocolate chip cookies with orange marmalade is really easy. It can be done in one single bowl and in less than 30 minutes. First, preheat the oven at 400 degrees and then take out a large bowl or a stand mixer and crack two large eggs in it. Next, add baking powder and baking soda and whisk very well.
After you see that the eggs have become somewhat pale yellow and foamy, then you can add the oil, and whisk. Now it’s time to add the cocoa powder, the baking powder, the baking soda, the salt, and the orange marmalade and mix it until a homogenous texture. After this, add one cup of flour at a time until you have used all your flour. And lastly, add your chocolate chips and mix them very well.
How to cook Chocolate Chip Cookies with Orange Marmalade
First, place a parchment paper on two baking sheets. Then, scoop some of the dough and place it onto a baking sheet with a distance of 2 inches between the cookies. You must keep some distance between the cookies because they will expand a little bit. Cook the cookies at 400 degrees Fahrenheit for about 20 minutes.
How to store chocolate chip cookies
The best way to store your chocolate chip cookies and to make sure your cookies don’t dry out. Use a plastic container that closes hermetically. I recommend not using cookie jars unless you know that it closes hermetically, like this one. Keep them on the countertop and away from the light or a source of heat. Not longer than 5 days. These cookies are my favorites to cheer me up. They are the perfect cookies, chewy, fruity and full of awesome goodness. Don’t forget your tall glass of milk!
Chocolate Chip Cookies with Orange Marmalade
- 2 cups all-purpose flour
- 2 tsp baking powder
- 1/2 tsp salt
- 2 tbsp cocoa powder
- 1/2 cup bittersweet chocolate chips
- 1 1/2 cup orange marmalade
- 2 large eggs
- 1/4 cup vegetable oil
- 1/4 tsp baking soda
- First, preheat the oven at 400 degrees.
- Crack two large eggs into a large bowl. Next, add baking powder, salt, and baking soda and whisk very well.
- After you see that the eggs have become somewhat pale yellow and foamy, then you can add the oil, and whisk.
- Now it’s time to add the cocoa powder and orange marmalade and mix it until a homogenous texture.
- After this, add one cup of flour at a time until you have used all your flour.
- And lastly, add your chocolate chips and mix them very well.
- Place a parchment paper on two baking sheets. Then, scoop some of the dough and place it onto a baking sheet with a distance of 2 inches between the cookies. You must keep some distance between the cookies because they will expand a little bit. Cook the cookies at 400 degrees Fahrenheit for about 20 minutes.
This is a really interesting recipe! I actually have never heard of using orange marmalade in cookies. I may have to show my hubby this! (He loves making cookies haha)
Thanks for sharing a fun dessert!
Wow, you have a husband that bakes, that is cool 🙂 My hubby does not cook, he actually get really stressed in the kitchen… it’s okay I don’t really like to share my kitchen anyway:) Thank you for your comments.
This recipe sounds like something I and my kids will love! We’ll try this weekend. And I love your blog’s style and the beautiful photos, BTW!
Thank you for your comments, if you do the recipe please share your picture with me on Instagram @mel4skilletsandpots 🙂
I would have not thought of orange and chocolate until a friend of mine took me to a fondue restaurant and the dessert was chocolate fondue with Gran Marnier. It was delicious. These cookies remind me of that . i bet they are so good.
Miam, Grand Marnier is a very good liquor! Orange and chocolate to my opinion is like chocolate and coffee, never ever it can go wrong:) LOLL Thank you for your nice comments.
What a wonderful recipe, I’ve been looking for something to spice up my cookies and marmalade wow, what a brilliant idea. Can’t wait to get my Sunday baking on.
Thanks for sharing 😍
Thank you and if you do the recipe please share your picture with me:)
Wow! These look incredible! I need to save this and make it this weekend!!!
Your recipe doesn’t list baking soda or oil but step 2 says mix eggs with baking soda and powder and step 3 says add oil…. Can you please update the ingredients cuz I would like to try this. Also, the oil replaces the butter right? Again, at the moment there’s no fat so I just want to make sure. I’m legit not trying to be mean so please don’t read it with a snippy tone, they look delicious I just can’t make them without the measurements. Thanks!
Hello Dahlia, I am so sorry for my mistakes. I have made the correction and thank you for reading me. I hope you will enjoy the cookies:) Best wishes for this Holiday Season. Have a great one! Melanie
Thank you!! I’m excited to try these and I’ll take pictures!
They look so great in the picture! What a waste of time and money! Salt is called for in the list, but not in the instructions. The color is not dark chocolate, can’t even taste the chocolate or orange unless you bite into one. The 20 min cook time produced hockey pucks. The mixture was thin and runny, the cookies are wafers. For the next two batches, we put the mixture in the Frig for 15 mins and baked for 8 mins, much better. It is not a good tasting cookie. So disappointed!
I am sorry this recipe was not to your liking. The mixture should not be runny like has shown in the pictures, maybe the quantity of the dry ingredients should be different depending on the type of marmalade. Some marmalade can be more liquid than others. I agree with you, you should feel the orange taste much more when you bite into a crunchy orange piece. That is what I like about this recipe, sometimes it feels like a chocolate cookie, and sometimes like an orange cookie. I agree with you that if your dough was too runny, baking them for 20 minutes with making them really hard. Having said that thank you for pointing out me missing the salt, my bad, I am dyslexic lol, doing my best here;)!