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These cookies are the perfect complement to sitting on the couch at night with a warm chocolate to watch a Christmas movie. It is an original and delicious dessert. And the children will enjoy helping out in the kitchen.
This White Chocolate Cookie Fir Tree is a Christmas dessert delight. And the cookies are so delicious that they will fall one after another. Do you dare to try it?
- 200 gr of flour
- 125 g of butter
- 125 g of icing sugar
- 50 gr of ground almonds
- 1 teaspoon vanilla sugar
- 1 pinch of cinnamon
- 1 M size egg
- 200 gr of white chocolate to melt
1. In a bowl we sift the flour and reserve.
2. On the other hand, place the butter together with the icing sugar, the ground almonds, the vanilla sugar and the cinnamon. We knead well.
3. When we get a light and creamy dough, add the egg and beat.
4. We finish by kneading and forming a ball that we will wrap with transparent film and let it rest in the fridge for at least one hour.
5. We preheat the oven to 180º while we stretch the dough with a rolling pin (we let it reach about 4 mm thick and we cut the cookies with star cutters of different sizes.) I have cut a total of 15 cookies, 3 of each size. Bake between 10 and 15 minutes (until lightly golden)
6. Let cool on a rack.
7. We melt the white chocolate in a bain-marie. Let it temper and fill a pastry bag with a round nozzle.
8. We outline the edge of the cookies with the pastry bag and once outlined we fill and decorate by putting an edible pearl on each end. We let dry.
9. We mount one cookie on top of another, starting with the largest ones and ending with the smallest. (To glue them together I have used fondant balls and finally I have sprinkled icing sugar on top).
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