Heya guys! Supposed to post about my pineapple jam that i attempted to make on monday but it was a huge disaster!! The recipe called for 750g of sugar to 1 kg of pineapple and well the whole thing caramelized and i ended up with a carbon at the bottom of the pot and ultra sticky, gooey pineapple syrup! I even cut down the sugar and only used 500g, i cant imagine if i had used the amount as stated -.-
Hence i bought another pineapple, going to try out this time WITHOUT any sugar. I wanted to bake some cookies today and i am a fan of cereals so i browse through my cookbooks and found this recipe from [Little Cookies Earn Big $] by Y3K
However i didnt exactly follow the method as stated, i wasn't focusing on the cookie dough and i forgotten to add in an egg after creaming the butter with the icing sugar! I only realised the error as i was mixing the dry ingredients into the butter mixture i was wondering how come the dough is so dry and crumbly. Anyway i needed to salvage this cookie dough, so i went ahead and added an egg. well the taste was nice and fragant from the cereals, the walnut gave a nice crunch and the raisins gave an extra bite to it. It was a good cookie, satisfying : ) Next time i'll do it again as according to the method and see if there's any textural changes. HAHA
Recipe make 35 small teaspoon size cookies
Preheat Oven at 150C for 15 minutes*
50g Salted butter, softened
40g Icing Sugar, sieved (originally 60g)
50g Plain flour, sieved
25g Walnuts, chopped
Mix Flour, cereal, raisin and walnuts together in a bowl, set aside
Cream butter with icing sugar till fluffy
Add in egg and mix till combined
Gradually mix in the dry mixture, doing it in two batches
Use two teaspoons and form teaspoon size cookie dough and drop them on a lined baking tray
Flatten slightly with back of the spoon.(The cookies dont really spread so i is okay to place the dough about 1.5cm away from each other)
Bake at 150C for 30 minutes, rotating the plate halfway through.
Cool thoroughly before storage.
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