Showing posts with label Cookies Jar. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Cookies Jar. Show all posts

Monday 24 July 2006

Doggie Malted Cookies

Look are these cute little "Doggie Malted Cookies".... Isn't it too adorable to be eaten? Saw these cookies from MyCoffee's Blog and m4m forum(accordingly to the forum, you can on the link for the recipe). So after getting all the ingredients I decided to give it a try since the recipe mention it contains no Egg and Sugar.

I made two batches of these cookies base on the recipe given and come out to a total of 92 cookies for my son to bring to his playgroup class tomorrow. The process creaming and shape is rather easy, but the most time consuming part is the decoration on the eyes where you need to use the chocolate rice to stick on each cookie.

When you bite on the cookie, it's very crunchy and the fragrant of the horlicks really make it "Yummy"! I think this cookie recipe is good to be make together with your kids and I am sure it's a all time favour of both adults and kids. Even for my son and hubby who is very choosy on cookies ate 4 or 5 straight away when it's out from the oven.... :) Because it's really very irresistible when you start popping in one.

For those who interested to make this cookies. Maybe you can take note of these:
1. Top Flour = Hong Kong Flour
2. You can wrap each individual 10g dough with chocolate chips filling first.
3. Upon finished the dough, then you take out the chocolate chips(from the fridge in case it melt) and add on the nose, then the eyes and lastly the ears.
4. When baking, it depend on your oven, so it might take more than 25 minutes to brown the cookies, do check after 25 minutes if still not ok, bake for another 5 - 10 minutes. Posted by Picasa

Friday 21 July 2006

Oatmeal Cookies With Black & White Choco Chips

This is another bake proof recipes from Evan's Kitchen. Although the ingredients are quite similar to the previous Chocolate Chips Oatmeal Cookies. But they do have different in texture and favour. Do give it a try if you are a cookies manic.... You can find the recipe from this link stated : Choco Chip Oatmeal Cookies Posted by Picasa

Friday 14 July 2006

Oatmeal Chocolate Chips Cookies

Get to try this wonderful recipe from Evan's Kitchen where she bakes the Oatmeal & Raisin Cookies. As Reyon doesn't like to eat raisin, I replaced it with his favourite tiny chocolate chips. And I also used the chocolate flavored horlicks which I got as a free sample from buying bread. So afterall, mine became something like chocolate and chips cookies.

At first, I still worried that reyon might not like the taste or texture of the rolled oats but luckily he did not notice it and happily munching his end-products. Like what Evan said, this is indeed a very easy to prepare cookies and it would really filled your kitchen with that wonder aroma the you can't resists. Do give it a try and I am sure you can come up with whatever favour of oatmeal cookies that you prefer.

Ingredients: (click link for original Evan's Recipe)
100g Brown Sugar
125g Butter, soften
190g Plain Flour
65g Chocolate/Plain Horlicks(malted milk powder)
1/4 Teaspoon Bicarbonate Of Soda
50g Rolled Oats
80-100g Mini Baking Chocolate Chips
1 Egg

1. Beat sugar and butter on medium speed using electric beaters until light and creamy. (about 5-8 minutes)
2. Next add in the egg and continue to beat until well combine.
3. Add slowly fold in the sifted flour mixture(flour, bicarbonate of soda and chocolate horlicks) in three batches until well corporate.
4. Lastly stir in the combined chocolate chips and rolled oats in two batches and mix well.
5. Drop 1/2 Tablespoon of mixture onto a lined baking tray and flatten it slightly using a wet spoon or fork.(make sure to leave some space in between each cookies or else they will expand and stick to each other after baked)
6. Bake in a preheated 160 degree oven for 20 minutes.
7. Leave it to cool completely before storing in air-tight container.

For my case, I made 1/2 Tablespoon of mixture to produce small cookies that are easier for my son to munch.

The texture of the cookies will be crunch on the outside but a bit chewy and moist in the center.

Thursday 15 June 2006

Chocolate Cornflake Treats

Corn flake is a crisp, flaky, commercially prepared cold cereal made from coarse cornmeal. If you or your kids are going to eat sweets and treats sometimes, (sure you are!) try to make sure at least some are of nutritional value.

For this simple treats, you only required 2 main ingredients which is the corn flakes and dark chocolate. And you can decorate it with some almond flakes, or colourful sprinkler.

Eating more Dark Chocolate can help lower blood pressure -- if you've reached a certain age and have mild high blood pressure, say the researchers. But you have to balance the extra calories by eating less of other things. Dark chocolate may have better anti-oxidant properties than milk chocolate. So a little bits of this sinful treat once in a while is exceptional for all family members.

100g Plain Corn Flakes
120g Dark Chocolate
10g Toasted Almond Flake/Colourful Chocolate Bits

1. Put corn flake in a zip lock bag and use a rolling-pin to lightly crash it.(do not crush the corn flake till too mashy)
2. Double-boil the dark chocolate over a pot of simmering hot until melted or you can put in the microwave on high for 30 second stir and repeat the process until the chocolate is fully melted.
3. Add the corn flake into the melted chocolate and stir well using a spatula.
4. Spoon the coated corn flake into paper cups or ring mould then flatten the top with a spoon.
5. Decorate it with some almond fake or colourful chocolate bits, refridge for at last 20 minutes to harden before removing them from mould and serve. Posted by Picasa

Friday 23 December 2005

Assorted Melting Moments

As a perennial favourite, these buttery little treats will bring back memories of separating the biscuits and licking the cream. This recipe is pretty straight forward to make and it takes about 30 minutes to prepare. And for this batch of Assorted Melting Moments, I sandwich them with different flavour such as butter, coffee and chocolate cream.

Tuesday 15 November 2005

Chocolate Chips Almond Cookies

Very tempting to try out this "so call" Famous Amos Cookies from M4M website. Thanks to one of the members who shared his recipe with clear steps on making this wonder cookies. The ingredients are rather straight forward and you need some grated Gula Melaka which one of the key ingredients. Besides that I replace chocolate chip and nuts with 1 whole block of Cadbury Almond Chocolate as I have run out of chocolate chip and I can't find Macadamia nuts around.

Friday 8 July 2005

Rose N Lavender Fragrant Cookies

Saw this special recipe from one of a dessert book that I borrow from the library. The original recipe is on baking Rose Petals Cookies but then I modify it and made into Rose and Lavender flavour. I personally like these cookies and I find the Lavender flavour is very fragrant and after you had a bite it seems to make you smells like lavender too.

After baking these cookies my kitchen and even the whole living room is filled because floral scent which refresh brighten up the day.