Trick or Treat! Happy Halloween with unique cookies

by Keiko Miki October 02, 2019 2 min read

Trick or Treat! Happy Halloween with unique cookies

Make cookies with family, friends and lovers

Halloween is a big event where adults and children both can enjoy parades, costumes and a home party. I can imagine many people can't wait for the day. You will see a bunch of children saying "Trick or Treat!" with fun, which brings lots of smiles to us. For their best smiles, we want to fully organize Halloween, don't we?

Sweets give color to this special day, with the watchword "Trick or Treat!".

Why don't you bake cookies with your family, friends and lovers to make a sweet memory?

Bake unique cookies easily using a cookie cutter

Even beginners can bake unique cookies easily using a cookie cutter

It must be fun if you can bake cookies to enhance a Halloween mood like Jack-o'-Lantern, witches, cats and bats. Well, it requires high skills and effort to form the dough. No, no, don't worry. Actually, we offer cookie cutters that allow anybody to make these spooky-good shapes easily.

Let us show you all the processes of baking unique cookies using the Halloween cookie cutter before the event comes. Make use of it for your fun time with children on Halloween!

How to make Halloween cookies

Halloween recipe of patissier cookies

You want to make delicious cookies if you're going to do it anyway. It's more challenging to make tasty cookies than we think. In this blog, I will introduce a home recipe that can reproduce cookies like a professional patissier made.

Ingredients (8 to 10 cookies)

Ingredients (8 to 10 cookies)

  • butter 100 g
  • powdered sugar 40 g
  • almond powder 30 g
  • all purpose powder 120 g
  • caster sugar as you like 

Preparation

Preparation

  • Cut butter into 1 cm sized dice and cool it in the fridge for 20-30 minutes.
  • Sieve powder sugar, all purpose powder and almond powder together, and cool them in the freezer for about 1 hour.

Method

Directions

Put all the ingredients in the food processor and mix them quickly until they turn to a big lump.

Put all the ingredients in the food processor, and mix them quickly until they turn to a big lump.

Move the dough lump into the plastic wrap and cool it for 30 minutes (don't touch the dough directly. Round the dough over the wrap).

Use a rolling pin to roll out the dough to 15 mm thick over the wrap or parchment paper.

Use a rolling pin to roll out the dough to 15 mm thickness over the wrap or baking paper.

Place the wrapped dough on the tray, freeze it for 2 hours and cut it out (the lower temperature of the dough is baked beautifully with clear corners).

Place the wrapped dough on the tray, freeze it for 2 hours and cut it out (the colder the dough is, the more beautiful baked cookies will be with clear corners).

Coat the side of the dough with caster sugar, and bake them at 160° in the oven preheated to 170°.

Coat the side of the dough with caster sugar and bake them at 160° in the oven preheated to 170°.

Then, decorate them as you like. Finally, done!

Finally, decorate them as you like. Enjoy!

Tips

Use well-chilled butter. Don't touch the dough with bare hands. Knead it as quickly as possible. In this way, you can avoid melting the butter by your hand temperature to make more flavorful cookies.

Have a wonderful and memorable Halloween in 2019!

Keiko Miki
Keiko Miki



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