low gluten flour
red yeast powder
|1 small piece|
How to Make Cute Piggy Biscuits
Have all the materials ready to go.
Soften the butter at room temperature and add the granulated sugar.
Whisk and then whisk until the butter is lighter in color and larger in volume
Pour in the egg mixture and continue beating until the yolks have fully incorporated into the butter.
Sift in the low gluten flour
Toss and press with a spatula until no dry powder is visible.
Mix 40g of the dough with the red baking powder.
Wrap the two-colored dough in plastic wrap and refrigerate for 30 minutes.
Roll out the dough to a thickness of 0.5mm and press out rounds with a round mold, without a mold you can use a cup.
Using a spatula, carefully pick up the rounds and place them in the baking dish. The edges can continue to be kneaded together and rolled out for use
Roll the red curly dough into 2 long strips, cut one into small slices and make a pig’s nose.
The other one is cut into small slices and halved to make ears.
Brush the ears and nose with water and stick to the discs
Poke your nose out with a fork or chopstick.
Preheat the oven to 140 degrees on top and 175 degrees on the bottom for 5 minutes, add the cookies and bake for about 20 minutes. Observe the coloring of the cookies during the baking process (baking time depends on the thickness of the cookies).
Place a small piece of chocolate in a piping bag and melt in hot water. Use to draw piggy eyes, or use a chocolate pen.
Once the cookies are out of the oven and cool, draw eyes. One goofy little piggy is just fine.
Super dorky and cute.