Mix the butter (at room temperature) with the sugar, egg, salt, yogurt, baking powder and lemon essence.
Add flour and knead the dough until it sticks to your hands and becomes elastic.
Put the dough for at least 45 minutes. cold.
After cooling the dough, take it out on the floured work table and divide it into 3 equal parts.
One part is mixed with 2 tablespoons of ground coffee.
One part is mixed with 2 teaspoons of cocoa.
The third part is mixed with vanilla sugar.
Spread each part of the dough separately, starting with the white part, then the cocoa dough and finally the ground coffee dough. We overlap them exactly in the order described above, then flatten the surface very well (with the plates) to stick the sheets together.
Divide the obtained sheet in two horizontally.
Roll the two parts very tightly, then twist a few times and pass the rolls obtained through the colored candies.
We cut cookies to the desired thickness (depending on our preferences, if we want them drier, we will cut them thinner if we like them softer / fluffier, the cookies will be cut thicker).
Place the cookies in the tray on baking paper, with enough space between them because they will grow a lot when baked.
Put the tray in the preheated oven at 170 degrees until nicely browned (between 20-30 minutes).
Trio Cookies - Recipes
I hope you don't mind, but this week I will post recipes for children's cookies. It seems to me that they fit best with this period. In addition they can be made with them, and when they are in the oven they smell delicious throughout the house.
I made them with the help of my little boy (like many other recipes). And as a reward for the help given, he was visited faster by Santa Claus (I have to show you Santa because he is the most successful of all I have seen).
Consolidation phase (holiday table), Final stabilization
Nutritional scale - Sunday at the holiday table
- 250 g butter (one packet) at room temperature
We put all the dry ingredients in a bowl. Add the egg, butter and essences and knead the dough (with your hands or the mixer).
Form a ball that we put in the fridge for 15 minutes in the fridge.
Spread the dough on a surface powdered with flour, up to 0.5 cm thick. We cut the dough into whatever shapes we have in the house (we used the ones with the Christmas theme). The dough that remains on the edges is kneaded, stretched and cut. The same until I used all the dough (about 2 trays come out).
We place them in the oven tray on baking paper with space between them that they still grow.
Put in the oven heated to 180 and bake for about 15-18 minutes. Leave to cool and store very well in a metal box.
The children will love it. Mine doesn't even have the patience to cool down properly and already eats 2-3 pieces.