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Wondeful cookies that will amaze everybody! <3
This is my favourite cookie recipe, they're absolutely perfect!
They're really easy to make, but a little time consuming, with all that circles to make. . . But the result is worth it!
This recipe yields about 20-25 cookies.

I can't seem to be able to make the ingredients list work, so I write them here:
400grams Plain Flour
100grams Butter
100grams Sugar
3 Eggs (both white and yolk)
1 Yolk
16grams Baking Powder
Nutella
Powdered Sugar (optional)

Posted by Francesca F. from Pisa, Toscana, Italy • Published See Francesca F.'s 10 projects »
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  • Step 1

    Melt the butter and let it cool a little

    Preheat your oven at 200°

  • Step 2

    Put in a bowl flour, sugar, baking powder, eggs (yolk too), butter, and combine all of them, until you have a compact dough.
    (I use my hands to do this, it's the best way for making a good dough IMHO =) )

  • Step 3

    Roll your dough with a rolling pin on a flat surface, and make circles with a cutter (I use a glass)

  • Step 4

    Put a teaspoon of nutella in the center of half the circles, and close with another circle (taken from the ones without nutella, of course =) )
    You can wet the borders of the circle with a very small amount of milk to close them better!

  • Step 5

    Put them in a baking sheet covered with baking paper, and put in the oven for 10 minutes

  • Step 6

    Optional!
    When you takethe cookies from the oven, you can sprinkle them with powdered sugar once they've cooled a little =)

    Enjoy them!

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Robyn A.
Robyn A.
i made these last night and there soooo nice!!
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domenica.lopeza
domenica.lopeza · Puebla, Puebla, MX
Do you know the amounts in cups?? I don't have a scale to measure the amounts, or anyone pleaseeee! I really want to make them today!
Francesca F.
Francesca F. · Pisa, Toscana, IT · 10 projects
Sorry for the late answer, I don't know if the measurements are right, because I used a converter, but here they are: 1,75 cup flour
1/2 cup butter
1/2 cup sugar
1 tablespoon baking powder
Happy
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Syeyon K.
Syeyon K. · Kathmandu, Central Region, NP · 67 projects
Check out my crafts too!! (Sometimes...or hopefully) ....what am I saying!? Lol
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Syeyon K.
Syeyon K. · Kathmandu, Central Region, NP · 67 projects
LOLOLOLOL!! They look beautiful when cracked because you can see the chocolates!!
Francesca F.
Francesca F. · Pisa, Toscana, IT · 10 projects
Thank you Happy Yes, the inside is so... Fascinating... =Q______
I'm going to check your projects right now <3
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Syeyon K.
Syeyon K. · Kathmandu, Central Region, NP · 67 projects
How did you make that crackling affect?? Awesome
Francesca F.
Francesca F. · Pisa, Toscana, IT · 10 projects
It was unintentional XD Sometimes they crack, other times don't Happy
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Gabby E.
Gabby E. · Phoenix, Arizona, US
in your recipe it says 3 eggs with white and yolk but then you put 1 yolk is that an extra yolk?
Francesca F.
Francesca F. · Pisa, Toscana, IT · 10 projects
Yes, it is another yolk ^_^
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Neeke_Poe
Neeke_Poe · San Jose, California, US · 3 projects
Yummy!
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GingerNinja
GingerNinja · Ely, England, GB · 12 projects
Nomnomnom
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Rose S.
Rose S.
looks great
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BERNADETTE S.
BERNADETTE S.
This method works wonderfully with almond paste or mashed fig filling. Actually, I think the recipe is easier than most. Thanks for this. bts, handy-crafts.biz
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