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Valentine’s Day Cookie Box

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I wasn’t planning to make Valentine’s Day stickers because I didn’t want to do “cool” things and apply for just one day. I also don’t plan to do a heart-shaped handling of the blog because I didn’t pre-plan properly. I was so fascinated that I sprinkled cookies with isomaltose powder and multi-colored chocolate powder, and I spent a lot of time on Japanese slices and cookies baking that was obsessed with today. (This dazzle led to a “quick look” at Amazon Japan for three hours to find books for making cookies that were clearly written in Japanese only, but we hope there will be many images and charts that go beyond my ability to understand Japanese. The last, I feel my interest in baking is changing – I’m going to make an hour of pure biscuits, and the next hour makes complex butter biscuits in the shape of a tube and in the shape of an animal, then I do what I did on the blog in the past The things resonate. Then I was a little overwhelmed and I ended up baking Nothing, this is a recent topic I found it from th Heb some thing to find a balance between the bread “fun” things covered Barashat and romantic cakes layer decorated with flowers. I feel at home, because I made a lot of cookies exciting and interesting link, and ignored the type of bread that I started this blog.

However, I inspired some motivation and made some cookies to get rid of my thoughts. I use sugar cookie friendly recipes in most cookies in tin. One of my favorite “tips” for making different squares or cookies is to use a basic recipe for a different type of cookie. Sugar cookie dough and exotic dough are perfect for a wide variety of biscuits, sandwich biscuit cubes, bushings, stamped biscuits. I always try to add at least another kind of cookie to increase the variety. Today is added this super exotic chocolate. In addition to cocoa powder in the dough, add sweet and sour chopped chocolate to add depth. If you have a suitable espresso powder, a little coffee powder will do a great job for this chocolate biscuit (and others). Small cookies are cut from chocolate into simple heart shapes, but they are also nice like sandwich cakes (with peanut butter or peanut butter!) Or Linz cakes. Add a mist of white chocolate and pearl powder to decorate it.

Sharing cookies with your boyfriend or friends or just with yourself makes them treat themselves.

Super Chocolatey Shortbread Cookies
Yields 3 dozen cookies, depending on size of cutter
1 cup all-purpose flour
1/3 cup cocoa powder
1/2 teaspoon espresso powder (optional)
2 tablespoons cornstarch
1/4 teaspoon baking soda
1/3 teaspoon salt
1/2 cup unsalted butter, at room temperature
1/2 cup granulated sugar
1 large egg yolk
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
75g bittersweet chocolate, finely chopped

In a medium bowl, whisk flour, cocoa powder, espresso powder, cornstarch, baking soda and salt.

In a blender, mix the butter and sugar together. Add egg yolk and vanilla. Mix until completely mixed.

Add dry ingredients to the butter mixture. Mix until mixed.

Chopped chocolate folds.

Form the dough into tablets, then wrap the dough in a Saran package, then cool the dough for an hour.

After cooling the dough, preheat the oven to 350 dough and 1/8 inch thick. Cut the shape with the same text.

Cut the biscuit onto the baking sheet lined with collecting paper and separate it by an inch.

Bake for 9 to 11 minutes. Leave cookies on a baking sheet outside the oven for a few minutes, then transfer them carefully to the cooling rack.

Some chocolate spray can simply be eaten or garnished.

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Valentine’s Day Cookie Box


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I wasn’t planning to make Valentine’s Day stickers because I didn’t want to do “cool” things and apply for just one day. I also don’t plan to do a heart-shaped handling of the blog because I didn’t pre-plan properly.


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