Piped Vanilla Cookies

Three words :

Piped= simple, super simple

Vanilla= I am sold to the concept already of using fresh vanilla bean. It is gorgeous.

Cookies= Quick fix for the evenings and guests.

I was so so so looking forward to make these gorgeous bites when I saw them at Neha’s blog. lets get started, shall we 🙂

You shall need: Adapted from here.

3/4 cup…All purpose flour

2 tbsp… corn flour

1/2 cup… icing sugar

100 gms… butter

2 tbsp… cream (I used amul)

Beans of one vanilla pod

a scant pinch of salt

Method:

  • Sift the salt, corn flour and flour and keep aside.
  • Cream sugar and butter in a bowl until they are light in color and fluffy.
  • Add the vanilla and tip in the dry ingredients.
  • Beat on a medium speed for 2-3 min until they are combined.
  • The mix might feel dry at this point.
  • Add one tbsp of cream at a time.
  • We need a pipable consistency, one that will hold its shape.
  • Put the star nozzle/any shape nozzle that you like in the piping bag and fill this mixture.
  • On a baking tray with baking sheet, pipe small shapes and maintain distance as that will spread.

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  • Keep in the fridge for 30 min.
  • Pre heat oven on 180C.
  • Bake the cookies for 12-15 min or until the base is nice and brown.
  • Serve with love.

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These went in my snack box order 🙂

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Cheers,

Pallavi

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