16 dcembre 2016

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TAGS:  stencils   chocolate   sables       LABELS: Chocolat  Nut and Seed 

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Terri   2017-01-08

Pretty, crispy and yummy! Who would have thought to cook the eggs first! These make a beautiful hostess gift for a dinner at a friend's house.

The Girls on Bloor   2017-01-08

I love the idea of rolling these into a log - and using cooked hard-boiled eggs, what an idea!!! I've never tried that before. Part of the cookie process that I love is actually making the cookies, and making them with people I love. These would be so fun to make this holiday season - cheers to participating in this cookie exchange together!!! :)

Kimberlie 2017-01-08

Hello Girls on Bloor! Thanks so much. Making cookies with people we care about makes them taste better somehow. Rolling cookies is an easy way to make them all the same size. It's a perfect technique for cookies that need to be chilled before baking. Happy holidays!

Vicky Chin   2017-01-08

What a beautiful cookie! I've never tried making cookies with hard-boiled egg yolks, have to try it one day ! The love birds are so pretty and sweet ! Thanks for sharing !

Kimberlie 2017-01-08

Hi Vicky, Thank you! I appreciate your support.

The Cookie Writer   2017-01-08

Okay, I am known as the crazy bird lady so you had me right away with these cookies! Not only are they beautiful, but I learned so much today (toasted flour?! I am so trying this!!)

Kimberlie 2017-01-08

My husband and I are birders too. We're keeping a universal list. That's how crazy we are! I digress. Toasting flour is a technique I learned while studying Creole cooking. Toasting flour reduces its thickening agency, or it inhibits gluten formation. In the low humidity environment of cookies, toasted flour works like a charm to create a crumbly texture.

Samantha Dawn   2017-01-08

Simply beautiful recipe!! Those love birds are the cutest. I love how detailed you are in your recipes ... makes me think I can hop right into the kitchen and make these look just as elegant as you have. Happy holidays Kim!

Kimberlie 2017-01-08

Thanks Samantha. I'm thrilled to hear you appreciate the step-by-step pics. Happy holidays to you as well.

Hilary from Cocoa Bean, The Vegetable   2017-01-08

Adorable! I love the stencil- and the toasted flour!!- what a fun and creative recipe. Loving that we were clearly sharing brain waves about the sables ;)

Kimberlie 2017-01-08

Thanks Hilary. Your Sables are so elegant. I'd love to taste them

Maria   2017-01-08

What a beautiful cookie! I just can't stop staring at it. Appreciate the step by step visuals. I have yet to make a cookie with hard boiled egg yolk ...there is a first time for everything! Thanks for sharing Kim :)

Kimberlie 2017-01-08

Thank you Maria. I hoped the photo tutorial would be helpful. Happy to hear it!

Evelyne CulturEatz   2017-01-08

Just wow Kim. i was already so curious when you told me about these cookies over dinner, they look amazing. And the birds, they are adorable! Got to try these one day for sure.

Kimberlie 2017-01-08

Thanks Evelyne. Let me know if you try them.

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