Monday, 5 March 2012

lazy cooks chocolate biscuits

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OMG!Finally my net connection was restored..........it was extremely frustrating...........waiting...waiting..it was a case of...waiting for the storm to get over(we had a rather stormy(!) weekend....then rushing to see if the connection was back.....then again checking after sometime.....anyway....hopefully the connection will now stay!
This is  not my brainchild..........these are from the pioneer woman's website and they are out of this world!simply superb.....if you are a chocoholic..you won't be able to stop at 1...and def. dunk them in the melted chocolate..........although I had  1 or 2...ok maybe 3-4 without the extra chocolate  and they were pretty good too..........the thing is with the chocolate coating..they are mind blowing!I had halved the recipe and made it...and am kicking myself for it..should've made the full thing!
INGRDS
250 gms butter
1 cup powdered sugar
1 whole gg
2 tsp vanilla essence
2 1/2 cup flour
1/2 cup cocoa pdr
1/2 tsp salt
cooking chocolate-i used about 200 gms
  METHOD
1.Beat the butter and pdr sugar,add the vanilla essence and egg..beat  again.Add the flour,cocoa pdr salt.
2.Roll it out to 1/4 inch thickness(about a parantha thickness..lets say...pls don't bother measuring this)and cut out.........use a cookie cutter............or simply cut whatever shapes you desire.These cute little teapots....I got 3 trays out of half the recipe.
3.In a pre heated oven.190degC ..........bake for 7-9 mins.
4.After they come out of the oven..let them cool down.

waiting to go into the oven.

cooling down...a few got "tasted"




5.Melt the chocolate in a double boiler..........dip the biscuits in..let me harden up(I put them in the fridge for 10 mins)............YUM!http://anjali-cooklog.blogspot.in/2012/02/announcing-my-first-event-cakes-cookies.html


23 comments:

  1. Ohhhhhhhhh yummmmmyyy chocolaty biscuits...

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  2. Looks yummy... very delicious..!

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  3. I loved the cute shape of these yummy cookies.Glad that you are back

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    1. thank you vimitha,anzz....and snehal.

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  4. hey.. these do sound very delicious Simran. Pioneer woman's recipes are pretty good. I made a watermelon granita that i loved.

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    1. i'm her fan.haven't tried the granita.....yet!

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  5. They are gorgeous and so tempting! Beautiful cookies!

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  6. wow....cute luking biscuiots dear....yummy

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  7. biscuits looking yum tasty dear......book marked...

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  8. Awesome, love the teapot shape, on my try out list..

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    1. thank you alida,faseela,maha and hema.

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  9. wow...i wud like to munch all of them

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    1. i pretty much did!.do try these out:)

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  10. when s the recipe book coming out.....ill buy....addy

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    1. i'll keep it in mind addy!first book for you:)

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  11. wow looks yumm; manisha

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  12. Very chocolaty n yummy!!
    Please contribute your entries (old or new )EP Series-Cilantro /Cumin Event

    Erivum Puliyum

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  13. Oh man, I'm in love with those tini miny choco tea pots. :) From where did you get those pretty moulds??
    Thanks for linking. :)

    Event : Cakes, Cookies and Desserts

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    1. i bought the mould in canada..(bulk barn)..my pleasure.

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