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Friday 23 October 2015

Coffee Butter Cookies

Another keeper, very easy to make & yummy!

*Makes around 70 piped dahlia cookies

270g plain flour - sieved
1tsp baking powder - sieved
240g butter - cut into smaller pieces
90g icing sugar - sieved
1tsp vanilla essence
1tsp coffee emulco 
Some chocolate chips

  • Preheat oven at 170C.  Lined baking tray.
  • Put all ingredients in the mixing bowl and mix with an electric mixer:
    1. Beat on low speed for 10-20 seconds, then
    2. Change to medium speed and beat until the batter is smooth (takes around 5min)
  • Tranfer to piping bag and pipe out desired shapes.  Place a piece of chocolate chips in the center.
  • Send to bake for 13-15min.

My dahlia piping :)

I got this from Phoon Huat.  But I think this can be grab from any major supermarket too.

Recipe adapted & modified from Betty Saw's Cookies.

1 comment:

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