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Chocolate Cookie Monin 70cl Syrup

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Monin Chocolate Cookie Syrup

Monin Chocolate Cookie Syrup is just one of a delicious range of flavours, used by coffee shops such as Costa Coffee and enjoyed across the country and further The bottles come in a 70cl Glass Bottle, and a 1l Plastic bottle variation which is ideal for bars, cafes and coffee shops, but can also be used at home.
The bottles come in a 70cl plastic size, and a 1l glass variation which is ideal for bars, cafes and coffee shops, but can also be used at home.


Synonymous with American culture, the chocolate chip cookie is a treat which is enjoyed across the globe. Sweet, buttery and moreish, the cookies distinguishing feature is the chocolate chips which deliver a welcome burst of cocoa with every bite. This flavour combination, from the richness of the cookie to a creamy chocolate finish, has been expertly recreated in liquid form via Monin Chocolate Cookie Syrup. Along with being a great accompaniment to various drinks and desserts, this syrup particularly pairs up well with milk-based recipes like coffees and milkshakes.

The History 

Even though its a staple of American cuisine these days, the chocolate chip cookie has had a relatively brief existence. Its story began in 1938, when the owner of an inn in Whitman, Massachusetts decided to try something different with her drop cookie recipe. 

That owner was Ruth Graves Wakefield. Although she is attributed with being the originator of the chocolate chip cookie, the tale behind her creation receives different interpretations depending on an authors approach to sensationalism. In many cases, the cookie is erroneously reported as being an accidental conception by Wakefield. Instead, the actual story is less interesting. Wakefield was out of traditional baking chocolate, so she used semi-sweet Nestle chocolate as an alternative. She chipped away at the Nestle block, gathered the chunks of chocolate, and dribbled them into the cookie dough. The result was, of course, chocolate chip cookies. Although at the time they were known as Toll House Chocolate Crunch Cookies, the Toll House part being a reference to the inn Wakefield ran with her husband. 

The recipe would soon appear in the 1938 edition of Toll House Tried and True Recipes, Wakefields popular cookbook. This set the wheels in motion, although World War II was the catalyst for the United States craze with chocolate chip cookies. It is said that Massachusetts soldiers stationed overseas would receive Toll House Cookies in their care packages. These would be shared around with other Americans serving abroad, and soon hundreds of letters were getting sent back home with soldiers requesting their own supply of the circular treats. 

As the cookies continued to gain popularity across the country, it naturally led to a sales spike for the semi-sweet Nestle chocolate bars used in the recipe. This didnt go unnoticed. Soon Nestle was sent out a representative to meet Wakefield, hoping to agree a business arrangement which would benefit both parties. The financial agreement behind the deal is still speculated to this day some sources claim it was only $1 plus a lifetime supply of chocolate but it did end up with Nestle gaining the rights to use Wakefields recipe.  

It took until around 1956 for chocolate chip cookies to have a notable impact in the United Kingdom. This was thanks to Maryland Cookies, a brand which quickly became one of the bestselling cookies in the UK a status it still retains to this day. In the US, the chocolate chip cookie is also widely regarded as the most popular cookie variety of all time. 

Recipe Idea

Chocolate Cookie-Infused Milk with Peanut Butter Whipped Cream

Dont let the long, convoluted name fool you. This recipe is super easy to follow even for those allergic to the kitchen, taking less than five minutes to knock up. The simplicity of the drink also isnt indicative of the complex and delicious flavour it packs into a cup. 

If you ever need a winter warmer after a hard days work, this beverage is an ideal choice. 

What you will need:

  • Milk (200ml)

  • Vanilla extract (1 tsp)

  • White sugar (2 tsp)

  • Ground nutmeg (1/2 tsp)

  • Monin Chocolate Cookie Syrup (40ml)

  • Fresh cream (120ml)

  • Whipped cream dispenser

  • NOS cream chargers

  • Monin Peanut Butter Syrup (30ml)

- In a suitable mug, pour in the milk, vanilla extract, sugar and Monin Chocolate Cookie Syrup. Mix these ingredients together. Now place the mug into an 800w microwave, setting it on full power for 90 seconds. If the microwave is more/less powerful, adjust the time accordingly. When this milk mixture is hot, sprinkle in the ground nutmeg and stir again. Set aside for it to cool. 

- To make the peanut butter whipped cream, you will need three things: fresh cream, Monin Peanut Butter Syrup and a whipped cream dispenser. Place the cream and syrup into the dispenser. Make sure the dispenser is secured tight shut and it has a charger attached. To combine the two ingredients and create a fluffy whipped cream, give the device an energetic shake for a few seconds. 

-  To finish, top the chocolate cookie milk with an ample amount of the peanut butter whipped cream. 

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    Includes sugar
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    Includes nuts
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    Includes Gluten
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    Kosher Friendly
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    Includes Dairy
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    GMO Free
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    Halal Friendly
  • No Artificial Colouring or Preservatives:
    No Artificial Colouring or Preservatives
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    No Artificial Colouring or Preservatives
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    Sugar, Water, Flavouring, Colour E150a
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    Alcohol free
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    All Natural Ingredients
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