How to Make Flower Cookies

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Today I will teach you how to make a small red flower biscuit. This biscuit is easy to make. The key is to divide it into small doughs, which requires a little patience. But after it’s done, it’s really cute.

How to Make Flower Cookies
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Level: Easy
Yield: 18 servings

Ingredients

low-gluten flour 125 g
Butter 60 g
Powdered sugar 50 g
Almond kernel powder 25 g
Whole Egg liquid 25 g
Salt 1 g
beetroot powder 5 g

Instructions

  • The butter is softened at room temperature in advance.

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  • Add powdered sugar.

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  • Mix well.

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  • Add almond flour, sift in low gluten flour and salt, and stir into sand.

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  • Add the whole egg liquid. The eggs should be at room temperature.

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  • Knead into dough.

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  • Knead the dough and separate out a 20g small dough.

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  • Add beet powder or Monascus powder to the dough, and then spray some water.

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  • Knead well and make a red dough.

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  • The red dough is divided into several small dough, 3 grams each. Then round it.

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  • Five red dough are put together in the shape of flowers.

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  • Press gently with your hand to flatten the surface.

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  • Divide the Yellow dough into 1g small dough, round it, put it in the middle of the red dough and flatten it gently.

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  • Press out 2 marks on the red dough with a toothpick.

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  • Shape all the dough in this way. This recipe can make 18 small safflower biscuits.

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  • Preheat in advance. Preheat the oven at 160 ℃ for 15 minutes. After the oven is preheated, put the baking pan into the lower layer of the oven and bake it at 160 ℃ for 25 minutes.

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  • After baking, take it out and let it cool on the grill.

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  • Set up a plate to take pictures. After the biscuits are cool, they can be stored in an iron box for half a month.

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Nutrition Facts

Per Serving ( 30 g ) :
calories147 calories
carbohydrate20 g
cholesterol9.6 mg
fat6.9 g
fiber0.3 g
protein1.4 g
saturatedFat1.8 g
sodium109 mg
sugar12 g
transFat0 g

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