Saturday, October 31, 2009
DOGGIE COOKIES FOR HUMANS
Yes I'm guilty. I ate them.
Don't look at me like that.
They are yummy. They are crunchy.
They are holy darn dang cute too. Them little darlings.
Ring o ring o rosies..............
Pocketful of doggies
a woof woof a woof woof
They all got chomped down
So cute I could bite them.
And so I did.
Sonia made me do this. Sonia the Nasi Lemak Lover.
I was hesitant at first but she assured me that they were good. She said "....try! try!...never try never know!"
So now I know. I know I can eat cute little doggies no matter how imploringly they looked at me.
Wake up little doggies. Time for dinner..............my dinner
Flavoured with Horlicks, a popular malt drink taken as a hot beverage in the UK and Asia, these doggies have apparently travelled around a number of blogs and enchanted many.
I'm honoured to have them grace mine.
Thank you doggies.
Eenie, Meennie and Mo................
I woof ya...........
250 gm butter
30 gm castor sugar
1 egg yolk
250gm cake flour (Iused plain/all purpose)
40 gm cornflour
120 gm Horlicks
40 gm milk powder (I omitted this and made it up with horlicks instead)
Koko Krunch for the ears
Chocolate rice for the eyes
Chocolate chip for the noses
Preheat oven at 170 C
Sift flour and mix in the cornflour, horlicks and milk powder if you're using it. Stir to combine evenly.
Cream butter and sugar together until creamy. Add egg yolk and continue beating until the mixture is light and flufy.
Fold in the dry ingredients until you get a firm dough.
Pinch about 10m grams of dough and roll them into balls. Decorate into a cute doggie face.
Bake for about 10 minutes. Cool and store in an airtight tin.
How much is that doggie in the bottle?.................
The one with no waggely tail
How much is that doggie in the bottle?
I do hope that he is for sale......