Monday, April 5, 2010

Horlick Doggie Cookie

A popular recipe among fellow bakers! is so cute :) wonder how my boy will react after seeing this cookies...

  • 180g salted butter
  • 80g Horlicks
  • 100g chocolate chips
  • 200g top flour
  • 25g cornflour
  • 25g milk powder
  • Koko Krunch, chocolate chips/rice for decoration
  1. Sift the flour, cornflour and milk powder.
  2. Cream the butter and Horlicks for 3 minutes at low speed. Do not overbeat.
  3. Add the sifted flour and beat for about one minute to form a dough.
  4. Divide dough into 10g each. Embed 3 chocolate chips into each piece of dough and roll into a ball.
  5. Insert 2 pieces of Koko Krunch to form the ears, chocolate rice as eyes and 1 chocolate chip as the nose.
  6. Bake at 160 deg cel for about 20 minutes. Cool before storing.


jane said...

hi, i tried this recipe but doesn't seem very sweet.. is sugar needed? Tks!

Anonymous said...

how did YH react to the cookies? ;)


ANGIE said...

super duper cute, got to try these for my kids

Apple said...

Hi Peng,

I tried making the doggie cookie today. It's so cute. My girls love it. But i've a question. Is this cookie suppose to taste salty??

Peng said...

Jane, the recipe no sugar added cos Horlick got its natural sweetness. If u prefer more sweet u can add some sugar to it :)

Apple, think the salt is from the butter if u are using salted butter :)

Peng said...

TL....hehehe he said 'wah bear bear'

Wendy said...

Hi Peng

Nice...i made it...My hubby love it..!

Wonderful Recipe!

Peng said...

Wendy...great to hear that ur family like it! :)

Anonymous said...

Hi Peng

The cookies were gone within 1 day by all the kids (mine + friend's kids). They were so fascinated to see the doogie like cookies. Kids pester me to make another batch! Thanks for the recipe :)

yenling said...

Hi Peng,

I baked ts cookies today!it taste nice but my cookies crack up abit~ do you know what might had happen?

Peng said...

Yenling...u may have overbeat the dough.

Anonymous said...

Hi peng,

Can I use other plain flour instead?

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