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How to make portland nutella cookies

These are pretty damn good! You can play science and try cayenne pepper or white chocolate chips as well. I just haven't tried yet. Enjoy!

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*EDIT* you need 1 1/4c flour. photo shows 1c.* Gather ingredients, also a medium mixing bowl, wooden spoon, baking sheet, foil, non-stick spray and pre-heat oven to 350.

*EDIT* you need 1 1/4c flour. photo shows 1c.* Gather ingredients, also a medium mixing bowl, wooden spoon, baking sheet, foil, non-stick spray and pre-heat oven to 350.

Place foil onto sheet and spray with non-stick or wipe down with butter/olive oil.

Place foil onto sheet and spray with non-stick or wipe down with butter/olive oil.

Mix all of the ingredients together into the mixing bowl. *You can mix all dry ingredients first then add others, but it doesn't really matter.*

Mix all of the ingredients together into the mixing bowl. *You can mix all dry ingredients first then add others, but it doesn't really matter.*

Use a spoon and place about a tablespoon (depending on how big you want them) of mix onto the sheet. Don't flatten the dough down, just drop it on.

Use a spoon and place about a tablespoon (depending on how big you want them) of mix onto the sheet. Don't flatten the dough down, just drop it on.

Leave about two-three finger widths between each cookie and the baking sheet sides as well.

Leave about two-three finger widths between each cookie and the baking sheet sides as well.

Place into the pre-heated oven for about 8 minutes. *If the edges start browning before 8 minutes then take them out*

Place into the pre-heated oven for about 8 minutes. *If the edges start browning before 8 minutes then take them out*

Let cool for about two minutes and then enjoy with some milk!

  • 1c. Nutella
  • 1 1/4c. Flour
  • 2 eggs
  • 1/2 stick softened butter
  • 1T Melted coconut oil
  • 1/2c. Chocolate chips
  • 1T cinnamon
  • 1t nutmeg
  • (Optional: 1t cayenne pepper)
  • (Optional: substitute white chocolate chips/nuts