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Every once in awhile, I’ll get this urge to just get rid of everything in my pantry and refrigerator. It’s usually when things get so full that boxes and packages and cans fall to the floor whenever I try to find something. And it drives me crazy to have a hundred different open packages there.

So every now and again, I’ll make a list of all of those open packages and ingredients, and I’ll go to work trying to use them up. A spring cleaning of sorts.

These cookies are the result of some of those ingredients. Some malt powder (which I didn’t use up yet – need to do that!) and some chocolate chunks. And I do have to say – I’m pretty happy with how these pantry clean out cookies turned out!!

These don’t have an overwhelming malt flavor, so even if you don’t care for malt, I think you’d still like these cookies. The powder gives them something different without being totally in your face. The chocolate, on the other hand, is quite in your face. But, really – isn’t that what chocolate is supposed to do?

Malted Chocolate Chunk Cookies | www.tasteandtellblog.com

Malted Chocolate Chunk Cookies
 
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Super soft cookies with a hint of malt flavor and lots of chocolate chunks
Serves: 3 dozen cookies
Ingredients
  • ½ cup butter, softened
  • ¾ cup granulated sugar
  • ½ cup packed brown sugar
  • 1 egg
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla
  • 1½ cups all-purpose flour
  • ¼ cup chocolate malt powder
  • ¼ teaspoon baking soda
  • ¼ teaspoon salt
  • 1½ cups chocolate chunks
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 350F.
  2. In a large bowl, cream the butter and both sugars. Add in the egg and beat well. Scrape down the sides of the bowl, then beat in the vanilla.
  3. In another bowl, combine the flour, malt powder, baking soda and salt. Add to the creamed mixture and mix to combine. Stir in the chocolate chunks.
  4. Shape into tablespoon-sized balls. Place 2 inches apart on greased cookie sheets and bake until set on the edges, 10-12 minutes. Remove to a rack to cool.

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41 Responses to Malted Chocolate Chunk Cookies

  1. Rosa says:

    Very tempting and surely divine! I can never get enough of chocolate chip cookes.

    Cheers,

    Rosa

  2. These sound wonderful! Lately I see so many recipes with malt powder and every time I almost buy some to keep on hand, the jar is pretty large and I need like…a half cup. Like you, drives me nuts to have so much open. But sigh…I do. My pantry is a warzone :)

    Cookies, pinned!

  3. I think i was addicted to malt powder as a child. I use to eat it straight out of the tin! Pantry raid cookies are great because you can find out new flavour that might work together. If you need to use up malt powder do not be afraid to add it to coffee, milkshakes or even cakes for a deeper flavour.

  4. What a great idea! I’ve never used malt powder before, but I bet I would love the flavor it lends to these cookies! I love the first pic with the broken cookie with the melted chocolate… Mmmmm.

  5. Tieghan says:

    I have an opened jar of malt powder that has been driving me crazy! Like you I hate have tons of opened things cluttering my pantry. These cookies need to be mad, they sound awesome!

  6. Mmm adding malt to cookies sounds lovely! Great recipe!

  7. I can’t even move right now.

  8. I’m thisclose to doing an overhaul of my pantry, too! Unfortunately I have things like half-bags of rice and pasta to use up, which won’t go over so well in cookies. :) But maybe I’ll make these as a reward for when I finally do reorganize!

  9. Woowza…that melty chocolate is making my heart race

  10. I’m crazy about chocolate malt! These cookies look and sound amazing!

  11. Annalise says:

    You’ve got me craving cookies in a BIG way right now. Darn you! ;)

  12. Sounds like the kind of spring cleaning I can get on board with :)

  13. I think these would go perfect with my morning coffee. Like, right now. :)

  14. Love malted milk balls, too. I think some smushed ones might be good in these also!

  15. These sound fabulous! I love malt!

    And I get on a pantry clean-out streak every now and then, too!

  16. In LOOOVE with this idea, girl! Malt powder makes everything better:)

  17. Um, I’ll take 47 of these bad boys!!

  18. These cookies sound like the perfect way to clean out the pantry! Love the use of malt powder!

  19. I LOVE anything malt. A chocolate-banana malt is my favorite ice cream treat! I’m sure I’d love the cookies. A good clean out is always a good feeling! I did most of my house this past weekend.

  20. Mercedes says:

    “In your face” is the way I like my chocolate so these cookies look right up my alley! I love how soft and chewy they look!

  21. I wish this is what an overhaul of my pantry would look like! Loving these cookies!

  22. Angie says:

    Love these, they look so good!

  23. Oh wow how spooky?! I just posted Malt Chocolate Chip Cookies today as well! They’re slightly different and your pictures are ten times better though, love your oozy shot! I always seem to make cookies when it’s getting dark so when it comes to photographing them, they’re cooled and not oozing haha! But I get what you mean about wanting to use everything up, that’s where mine came from although I didn’t finish the malt powder either! :D

  24. I need to spring clean my refrigerator and cabinets! If the result is anything as amazing as these cookies, I will be lucky! I love malt powder and need to use it more often. It’s the best.

  25. Chels R. says:

    My husband loves anything with malt. Gotta give these a try :)

  26. Joanne says:

    My mom has some malt powder that I have been meaning to “borrow” from her…perfect excuse to do so!

  27. I love these cookies, especially the malt powder. Pinned!

  28. Oh my goodness do these look scrumptious, Deb! Perfect for dunking in a tall glass of milk, I love it!

  29. I have never used malt powder, definitely something I need to try soon!

  30. Emily says:

    I don’t love malt but I’d be willing to try these!

  31. Faith says:

    Chocolate chippers are my favorite cookie and I bet these are even better with the addition of malt! NEED, lol!

  32. Kathy says:

    You can never have enough chocolate chip cookies! These look fabulous!

  33. These sound absolutely perfect! I know my husband would totally fight me for some ;)

  34. I love chocolate cookies!
    Thanks for sharing! =)

  35. Lindsey says:

    My cabinet clean-outs never end in cookies: just neat, organized cabinets and a whole bunch of stuff on the counters! I am dying over your gooey centers. Yum!

  36. You have me itching to get in my kitchen and make cookies with all my open bags of chips and nuts! I love the melty chips in your pictures!

  37. Brooke says:

    YUMMY! I think I need to go to the store right now so I can make these today. Thanks so much for sharing. I love all the recipes you have to offer. Can’t wait to look around your site some more. Have a great weekend!

  38. Nutmeg Nanny says:

    Oh, YUM! These cookies look so indulgent :) I love the gooey chocolate!

  39. What an awesome way to get some spring cleaning done!

  40. AnnaP. says:

    If you don’t want to use malt powder,is there something you can use instead?

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