There's nothing we love more than a great recipe hack.
Except, maybe, eating the final product of said recipe.
So, when Bec Judd revealed her not-so-humble take on the classic choc chip cookie, you can bet we were eagerly taking notes.
The television presenter and lifestyle blogger took to Instagram to share the recipe with her followers, revealing her cookies have not one but three secret ingredients.
The first is a twist on her classic recipe and it follows a chocolate craze that has everyone, including us, obsessed.
"My best ever choc chip cookie recipe is baaaaaack... with a twist!" Bec wrote in her caption.
"I have substituted the milk choc chips for a block and a half of Caramilk chocolate chopped into chunks."
Bec was quick to add the video was not sponsored by Caramilk creators, Cadbury. Instead, it was included because the chocolate is "just awesome".
What are the other two ingredients that elevate Bec's humble cookie recipe to the "next level"?
"These cookies were already in the 'best ever tier' due to the x-factor ingredients of condensed milk plus coconut," she reveals before adding: "But the Caramilk makes these babies next level."
Like many of us, the 37-year-old mother of four wasn't without her fumbles in the kitchen, which she revealed she had to edit out to keep her video family friendly.
"Any chance @cadburyaust of doing some Caramilk choc baking chips? Saves me almost chopping Darcy's fingers off which I edited out as it wasn't PG," she joked.
If you're wanting to try out these golden morsels of deliciousness for yourself, have a look at the full recipe below.
- 125gms butter (room temperature)
- 1/4 cup brown sugar
- 1 tspn vanilla extract
- 3 tablespoons condensed milk
- 3/4 cup self raising flour
- 3/4 cup desiccated coconut
- 1 + 1/2 blocks of Cadbury Caramilk chocolate (chopped into chunks.
- Preheat oven to 160degrees C fan forced + line baking tray
- Cream wet ingredients and brown sugar until fluffy
- Mix in dry ingredients with spoon
- Roll into 3cm balls and flatten with fork
- Bake for approx 18 minutes or until golden.