Lid cookie bears Recipe

This is a cute lid made with cookies. The bear acts as the handle of the lid. Isn't this a neat idea?
With these ingredients you can make about 5 or 6 cookie lids of about 6 cm(2,4in) in diameter each.
If you go for a smaller size you can make a few more.
Serve your cookie lids with your favorite drinks, ice cream or yogurt, and enjoy!

Lid cookie bears Recipe
100g/3,5oz  cake flour
40g/1,4oz caster sugar
50g/1,8oz butter(room temperature) 
table spoon milk
For icing
black cocoa powder
powder sugar

1. Make the cookie dough. Put butter into a bowl and mix it thoroughly with a spatula, making it smooth. Add sugar and mix together thoroughly. Add flour, mix together again, then shape up the entire dough. Plastic wrap the dough and let it rest in the refrigerator for an hour.
2.Take the dough out of the fridge after leaving it there for about 1 hour and use a rolling pin to stretch it out into a rectangular shape of 22 cm by 15 cm (about 5 mm thick.)
※22cm=8,7in 15cm=5,9in About 5mm thick=About 0,2in
Use a container in the desired size to cut out the dough,and use the remaining dough to make bear cookies. For the face of the bear, make a dough ball about the size of the tip of your thumb and, for the ears, make two more small dough balls and attach them to the head. Place a baking liner on an baking tray, and then place the bear cookies on top of it.


  3.Pre-heat at 170(340F) and bake for 20 minutes .
Put the baked cookies onto a cooling rack and cool off.
Create the eyes and nose of the bear using icing. I left out the amount of the icing since only a small amount is used. Mix egg-whites with icing(powdered) sugar. The weight of the egg-whites should be 15% of the weight of the icing(powdered) sugar. Add a small amount of black cocoa powder to add color, and mix thoroughly. Put into the bag that was introduced in this article and squeeze out to add eyes and noses to the cookies.

Baking times and the temperature of the oven will differ according to the model, so please make adjustments accordingly.
Because this blog translates Japanese in a translation site and writes it, there may be the place where a sentence is wrong sorry.

Thank you for reading this to the end.


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