Party · Recipes

Paw Print Cookies

These paw print cookies were a hit at the Teddy Bears Picnic birthday party. They don’t require many ingredients, and were easy enough for my 4 year old niece to help put the choc chips in place. They also freeze well, so I made them in advance (which is always handy).

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Here’s the recipe:

250g butter

1/4 Cup castor sugar

2 1/2 Cups self raising flour

1/2 tin condensed milk

Choc melts (large ones), and choc chips (small ones)

(note: if you want to make reverse coloured ones then you can do that by adding 1 tablespoon cocoa and using white choc chips)

 

Method:

Cream butter, sugar and condensed milk.

Add flour and mix together. The mixture is very thick at this stage, but that’s Ok.

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Not the prettiest photo. But I wanted show how thick the mixture is…

(if making reverse colours then split mixture and add cocoa to half the mixture).

Roll into balls and place on a lined tray.

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Flatten slightly, and add chocolate melts and chocolate chips in the shape of paw prints.

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Bake for 10 – 12 mins in oven at 180 degrees.

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Cool on a wire rack, and then you’re good to go!

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I find these to be the perfect consistency. Soft and melt in your mouth, yet still a little crunchy…..mmmm

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