Baking Delicious Cookies in a Rangemaster Classic

If you’re lucky enough to own a large range oven, such as the Rangemaster Classic, you’ll know how much fun it is to bake mouth-wateringly delicious sweet treats in. Boasting a considerably-sized oven-space, the Rangemaster Classic is perfect for those looking to bake a selection of wonderful cookies, each boasting different fillings.

Even better still the Rangemaster Classic enables owners to prepare these treats (potentially as a small dessert or a mid-afternoon snack) whilst cooking lunch or dinner – using the fantastic wok cradle, the smooth griddle or the separately-powered grill.

With this in mind we’ve created a short, but very easy-to-follow guide, detailing how you could go about rustling up some chocolate chip cookies – an absolute favourite amongst people all over the world – using this particular oven:

Step One: Before you start gathering the list of required ingredients together make sure you switch on your Rangemaster Classic and set it to preheat at 350 degrees.

Step Two: Having set the Rangemaster Classic to preheat, take two and a quarter cups of flour and pour them into a standard mixing bowl. Add to the flour with a teaspoon of baking soda.

Step Three: Take another large bowl and chuck in three quarters of a cup of brown sugar; to this add a quarter of a cup of sugar, half a cup of softened butter – ideally you should get it out from the fridge ten or 15 minutes before you begin baking – add four ounces of instant vanilla pudding mix – and half a cup of margarine.

Add a small amount of vanilla and almond extract to give it a sweet and highly fragrant boost. Go and check on your Rangemaster Classic to ensure that the temperature – of 350 degrees – has been set correctly.

Step Four: Mix the ingredients added to the large mixing bowl, during step three, ensuring that you really mix well with a wooden spoon.

Step Five: Break two eggs into a cup and beat them well with a fork.

Step Six: Pour the egg mixture into the large mixing bowl – the one containing the sugar, butter, margarine and pudding mix – and vigorously stir them together. Add the flour and baking soda mix and continue stirring. You should find that the mixture becomes quite thick, which is exactly what you want.

Step Seven: Measure out two cups of chocolate chips; it doesn’t really matter which type you opt to go for, as long as they’re made of baking chocolate – so white baking chocolate, dark baking chocolate etc. Pour them in and stir round.

Step Eight: Having created the cookie dough you’re now all set to bake them in the Rangemaster Classic. However, before you do this ensure that you grease the baking parchment paper with some margarine beforehand. This will prevent the cookies from sticking to the tray as they bake in the oven.

Take a tablespoon’s worth of mixture and drop it onto the tray; repeat this step until the mixture has been completely used or until your tray is full. Remember, the cookies will expand as they bake in the Rangemaster Classic, so you don’t want to place them too closely together.

Set them to bake on the middle shelf for around ten to 12 minutes, before pulling them out. Leave them to cool for 30 minutes before you tuck in and enjoy.