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Whippernutter Cookie Bake Along with @acupofteaandcake!

Joining our Bake Along with @acupofteaandcake this weekend? Here’s everything you need to know!


When is it?
Saturday 16th May at 3pm

Where is it?
On Instagram Live! Simply follow us on Instagram and click on our Instagram Story at 3pm at the top of the screen!

What are you making?
We’ll be making Whippernutter cookies – in other words, peanut butter cookies with gooey pools of Vanilla marshmallow Whip! Mmm…

What do I need?
1 jar Mallow & Marsh Vanilla Whip (feel free to substitute with another flavour if you prefer!)
215g plain flour
1/2 tsp bicarbonate of soda
1/2 tsp flaky sea salt
113g unsalted butter, at room temperature
99g granulated sugar + 198g for rolling
99g firmly packed brown sugar
1 cup (115g) creamy peanut butter
1 egg
1tsp vanilla extract

(Click here for the method in case you miss a step!)

What equipment do I need?
2 baking trays lined with baking paper
2 large bowls
Electric whisk
Mesh sieve
Weighing scales
Wire rack

Where can I buy Vanilla Whip from?
You can find our Vanilla Whip on our online shop, Amazon, Borough Box, Mighty Small, Whole Foods & The Skinny Food Co or pick up a jar of our Salted Caramel & Raspberry flavour from Sainsbury’s!

What do I need to prepare:
Make sure you’ve taken your butter out the fridge one hour beforehand to bring it to room temperature.
Prepare and weigh out all your ingredients, and cut your baking parchment to fit your trays, at least 30mins before we go live!

What if I can’t get a jar in time for tomorrow?
No problem – you can still follow the recipe and exclude the Whip if you want to take part!

About @acupofteaandcake

Charlotte Avent, creator of baking blog acupofteaandcake.com, is a London-based food blogger, stylist, photographer and recipe developer. She has previously written for the likes of Delicious magazine, and her passion for writing has her covering everything from free-range chickens in Leicestershire to the best coffee you can find in Melbourne.

A Cup of Tea and Cake was designed to be a place on the web that feels as though you’re sitting down with a friend to chat over tea and cake – focused on writing, baking and photography as a means of telling honest stories about real life. Living by her grandma’s mantra that “a meal isn’t a meal without a pudding” and taking inspiration from her German heritage, Charlotte focuses on wholesome bakes that encourage you to be kinder to yourself. She hopes to inspire more people to bake and try new things, and connect with others through food.