Most of all the baby loves to eat and that makes it all worth it!
Make your own and eat with confidence!
low gluten flour
|One spoonful of milk powder (10g)|
Baby biscuits easy to start white practical approach
The milk powder is my child’s leftover. Cut up 65g of butter and put it in a bowl to soften. If you don’t have milk powder, put 10ml of pure milk in the bowl.
Soften the butter well, beat an egg, weigh the sugar and milk powder in it, use a whisk to whip. (If using liquid milk, beat until the picture above is browned, then add the milk and mix well.
Sift 130g low flour for the milk powder and 140g low flour for the milk.
Sift it into a bowl. No spatula, I use a whisk to mix directly, it’s easy to get it in the middle, it’s a bit tricky, you have to get it down each time you mix for a while.
Stir until it’s as shown in the picture, and you can grab it with your hands and squeeze it into a ball, don’t over mix it.
Wrap the dough in plastic wrap, roll it out to 5mm thickness, put it on a tray and freeze it in the fridge for about 20 minutes.
Turn on the oven at 180 degrees Celsius to preheat the oven and print your favorite pattern on the tray.
Bake for 20-25 minutes, each oven has a different temperament, the thickness of the biscuits will be different.
The cookies are crispy and delicious. When I baked the second box, the first box had already been eaten by the baby. Easy and convenient, quickly hands-on to try, remember to upload a picture of the work oh-mi-da