Moldless Cute Bear Cookies Recipe

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This is a very cute bear cookie, which can be made without using molds, and it is not complicated to make. There is a detailed recipe for cute bear cookies below.

Moldless Cute Bear Cookies Recipe
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Level: Easy
Yield: 12 servings

Ingredients

Butter 220 g
Powdered sugar 110 g
Egg 1
Edible salt 2 g
Low gluten powder 370g
Cocoa powder 10 g
Semen sesami nigrum appropriate amount
Tools egg beater, baking paper

Instructions

  • Prepare the raw materials and lose the cocoa powder.

    Cute bear cookies (no mold required)
  • Soften the butter and gently press it with your fingers.

    Cute bear cookies (no mold required)
  • Add powdered sugar to the butter and beat it with an egg beater. The butter is in a good state: the color of the butter becomes lighter and the edge of the butter is feathery.

    Cute bear cookies (no mold required)
  • Add the whole egg liquid into the butter and stir well.

    Cute bear cookies (no mold required)
  • Sift in low gluten powder and edible salt.

    Cute bear cookies (no mold required)
  • Do not over mix with the scraper.

    Cute bear cookies (no mold required)
  • No dry noodles, just dough.

    Cute bear cookies (no mold required)
  • Divide the dough evenly into two parts. Add 10g cocoa powder to one part and knead well.

    Cute bear cookies (no mold required)
  • Weigh four 25g small dough for black dough, divide the rest into two parts on average, weigh two 25g small dough for white dough, and divide the rest into two parts on average, as shown in the figure.

    Cute bear cookies (no mold required)
  • Take out the three dough as shown in the figure.

    Cute bear cookies (no mold required)
  • Roll them into strips of the same length. The specific length depends on what you like and think about; The bigger one, the shorter one, the coarser one, and the smaller one, the longer one, the thinner one.

    Cute bear cookies (no mold required)
  • A mark is drawn on the left and right of the upper part of the thick long dough to form two symmetrical lines, as shown in the figure.

    Cute bear cookies (no mold required)
  • Press the two thin strips on the marks respectively and compact them                               In fact, this step is the two ears and a big face of your little bear. You can do it according to the specific location. If you want its two ears to grow together, it's not illegal, and I don't object ^ ^ ^.

    Cute bear cookies (no mold required)
  • Freeze the pressed dough strip directly until it is frozen hard for at least half an hour, and then take it out                                                                   Roll a large white dough into a rectangle, the length is the same as the frozen strip, and the width should be wrapped around the strip                                                This step should be carried out in; On paper, otherwise the dough is sticky and difficult to pick up.

    Cute bear cookies (no mold required)
  • Lift both ends of the baking paper towards the middle and press the lower sheet.

    Cute bear cookies (no mold required)
  • After this operation, the rolled dough just wraps the strip.

    Cute bear cookies (no mold required)
  • Roll the baking paper again, round it, and freeze it in the refrigerator until hard for at least half an hour.

    Cute bear cookies (no mold required)
  • Take a small white dough and roll it into thin strips.

    Cute bear cookies (no mold required)
  • The frozen strip, sliced, is about 4-5mm thick. The outline of the bear's head has come out.

    Cute bear cookies (no mold required)
  • Keep a little distance from the cut flakes to the baking pan. I this is a non stick baking pan. If there is no non stick baking pan, lay baking paper or baking cloth on the baking pan.

    Cute bear cookies (no mold required)
  • Take out the frozen slender strip, cut it into thin slices and make a bear nose.

    Cute bear cookies (no mold required)
  • Put on a small slice and press it gently to make it stronger. The little bear's nose grows out.

    Cute bear cookies (no mold required)
  • Point a small sesame in the right place. The little bear has eyes and a small nose. It's cute.

    Cute bear cookies (no mold required)
  • Put it in a preheated 175 degrees in advance, bake it for 20 minutes, and cover it with tin foil for 10 minutes to avoid excessive coloring.

    Cute bear cookies (no mold required)
  • When it comes out of the oven, it will be very crisp when it is cold.

    Cute bear cookies (no mold required)

Tips

Butter softening must be in place, and the softened butter biscuits will be crisp.

The weather is hot and plastic surgery is a little abusive. I think the dough is very soft. I can refrigerate it for a while and take it out before operation.

I made a demonstration of half of the raw materials. Half of the prescriptions can make a 28 * 28 gold plate. Make more dough at one time, freeze it, and bake it next time, so as not to make dough back and forth. I'm the lazy man.

Baking temperature and time shall be subject to our own oven, and mine is for reference.

Nutrition Facts

Per Serving ( 112 g ) :
calories390 calories
carbohydrate38 g
cholesterol74 mg
fat24 g
fiber1.2 g
protein6.4 g
saturatedFat15 g
sodium560 mg
sugar4.2 g
transFat0.8 g

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