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This week I have something special for you because I took my little chef Boo to London to a cookery class. We had a really exciting day and I will be writing all about that very soon, but I wanted to share with you a cookie recipe that we made there. We brought the cookie dough home with us to put in the freezer and now we have our own supply to chop up and cook whenever we wish. We've already made one batch at home.
Bee's Vanilla Cookie Dough
700g plain flour
350g cold butter
350g caster sugar
3 Happy Eggs
2 tsp vanilla essence
sprinkles for decorating
In a large bowl, crush the butter into the flour with your hands, until you have something resembling breadcrumbs.
Add in your sugar and mix
Then pour in your essence and eggs and bring together to form a dough with a wooden spoon.
Roll into a sausage and wrap in cling film
Put in the fridge for at least 30 minutes
Roll and cut and shape your cookies as you like, then bake on a lined baking tray at 175C for around 8-10 minutes depending on the size.
Here are some photos of Boo at her cookery class making the cookie dough.
Here is some of the cookie dough we brought home, it has been rolled in sprinkles and this is straight from the fridge. We cut it into slices and baked for 10 minutes.
And the finished cookies.
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