Friday, May 22, 2009

Honey Cookies



Recipe

Ingredients
110g butter
45g caster sugar
20g honey
60g self-rising flour
120g plain flour
1tbsp corn flour

Steps:
1. Preheat oven at 175C.
2. Cream butter and sugar until light and fluffy.
3. Add honey and beat until well combined.
4. Shift all the flours together.
5. Beat in the flour mixture into Step 3 to form a soft dough.
6. Wrap up the dough and rest in the fridge for 15mins.
7. Roll it out on a lightly floured surface.
8. Dust the cookie cutter with some flour and cut out cookies dough.
9. Place cookies dough on a greased tray.
10.Bake in a preheated oven for 15-20mins until firm.
11.Cool on wire rack and keep in an airtight containers.

20 comments:

Anonymous said...

Wow very nice cookie cutters. Where did you buy them?
Thanks for sharing.

Chia

Somewhere in Singapore said...

where u got those cookies cutter?

Kitchen Corner said...

wooohhh!! Interesting cookie stamps! May I know where can I get this cookie stamps?..looks really interesting and fun.

Anncoo said...

Hi Happy Flour,
Where did u get these moulds?

Joanne said...

Hi,

Nice cookies! Thank you for your sharing! I am really enjoying visit your blog and all the cakes & foods are super good!Anyway, may I know where can I get the cookies cutter?

Joanne

Joanne said...

Hi,

Nice cookies! Thank you for your sharing! I am really enjoying visit your blog and all the cakes & foods are super good!Anyway, may I know where can I get the cookies cutter?

Joanne

Anonymous said...

Hi,

Nice cookies! Thank you for your sharing! I am really enjoying visit your blog and all the cakes & foods are super good!Anyway, may I know where can I get the cookies cutter?

Joanne

Happy Flour said...

Hi Chia, Somewhere in Singapore, Kitchen Corner, Anncoo and Joanne,

For the cookie stamps, I order from e'joe blog and for the Thomas & Friends cookie cutter, I order from my sis's friend.

Happy Homebaker said...

Your cookies are lovely! Your bakes are beautiful :D
I like your new blog header too!

Happy Flour said...

Hi Happy Homebaker,

Thanks for your nice words.

Thanks to your help that I can put up the photos header.:)

Anonymous said...

Hi
I love you heading. can you share how you do it?

Happy Flour said...

Hi Anonymous,

I download a free software 'PhotoScape', I selected the "Combine" funtion in this software, then selected photos and combine them into a single photo. Edit the fonts and background colour. And saved it in your file.

Kitchen Corner said...

Hi Happy Flour,
I would like to try your Honey Cookies recipe as I've just got the cookies cutter. For the recipe, if I don't have self-raising flour on hand can I replace it with plain flour instead?

Happy Flour said...

Hi Kitchen Corner,

Yes, you can replace it with plain flour and just add 1/4tsp of baking powder.

Kitchen Corner said...

Hi Happy Flour,
May I know how did you use the cookie cutters? I used them but the dough hardly come out from the cutters although I've floured the cutter and dough, End up I got to use my old cutter to make it :(

Happy Flour said...

Hi Kitchen Corner,

I also faced the same problem, I think should be too much details on the cookie cutter. Later, I figured it out that don't press the cookies cutter too hard on the dough, gently knock on a hard surface to remove the dough. However the square design cookies cutter give me most problem so I didn't use it.

(( SKY )) said...

Cute cookie cutter.
Sad I can't find them locally.

javapot said...

yummy recipe, my son liked it. agree that the dough was a little soft but thought it was because I didn't flour my cutter.

btw for those interested i saw them sold at Bake with Yen.

Anonymous said...

wat's cream butter??

Happy Flour said...

Hi Anonymous,

Sorry for the late reply. Cream butter meant beat butter and sugar till light and fluffy.