Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Eggless Pinwheel Cookies~~Home Baker's Challenge#3

After shortbread sandwich cookies and eggless peanut butter cookies, i baked some addictive pinwheel cookies with vanilla and chocolate eggless doughs. These pinwheel cookies are in my to do list since a long and i seriously want to make them atleast during this year, yep you read it correctly these pinwheel cookies are in my to do list since many years.Finally i baked them few days back for our this month's Home Baker's Challenge,an another cookie suggested by Viji.

These chocolate and vanilla pinwheel cookies are quite popular among the pinwheel cookies and i know this cookies are quite buttery,addictive also it my kid's favourite. I can bake this recipe for days in row and the cookies will disappear definitely super fast. If you make a huge quantity of this cookie dough, the nice thing is that you doesnt need to bake them all at once, you can store this cookie dough in freezer for a long and you can bake it anytime whenever you crave for some.An excellent evening snack to munch with a cup of warm milk or coffee.Sending this cookies to Guru's Giveaway - Kid's Special.



Recipe Source: Heritage Cook
1+1/2cups All purpose flour
1/2tsp Baking powder
1/4tsp Salt
1/2cup Unsalted softened butter
3/4cup Sugar
3tbsp Milk (as per need)
1tsp Vanilla
1tbsp Unsweetened cocoa powder
1/4cup Semi sweet chocolate (melted)

Sift the all purpose flour,baking powder and salt,keep aside.

In a mixing bowl, beat the butter and sugar until they turns smooth and light.

Add in the vanilla extract and 3tbsp of milk, add the flour mixture slowly and knead everything as smooth dough.

Remove half of dough and keep aside.

Now add the cocao and melted chocolate to half of the dough and blend it well.

Roll the doughs as thick discs and cover it with plastic cling film and keep in fridge for an hour.

Roll out both doughs as 12inch square between 2pieces of parchement paper.

Remove the top sheet of parchement paper from both vanilla and chocolate rolled square and filp the chocolate dough over the vanilla dough.

Roll over the top with a rolling pin to make the doughs adhere.

Roll up tightly the dough as a big log.

Trim the sides and carefully slice the logo into 1/4inch thick cookies.

Preheat the oven to 350F.

Transfer the unbaked pinwheel cookies to a baking sheet lined over a baking tray and bake for 10-12minutes.

Cool it on wire rack and enjoy.

30 comments:

  1. What to say Priya. Cookies look absolutely delicious. Thanks for this recipe.

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  2. Wow beautiful very nice Priya have been thinking of making it for A very long time but somehow missing it. Color combo is good.

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  3. Cookies look fabulous Akka.. This is definitely on my to do list. :)

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  4. G'day! Your cookies look lovely, true!
    Eggless recipes are always a bonus for me too!
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  5. Looks Superb, will be fun for Kiddos

    -Mythreyi
    Yum! Yum! Yum!

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  6. Beautifully made,looks so yummy

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  7. pinwheel cookies looks stunning... so delicious

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  8. Those cookies looks lovely & tempting Priya! I still have some cokkie dough resting in the fridge & now I am tempted to bake some now. bwahhh....:( at this rate i am never gonna lose weight i guess.

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  9. Book marking this super tempting cookies

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  10. The pinwheels look perfect...almost like flower petals...I could so have these with a hot cup of tea :-)

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  11. Yummy cookies, looks so nice.

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  12. Wow, pinwheel Cookies are looks just perfect and colorful :) Kid friendly recipe.

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  13. Awesome pinwheels.. curious to see next recipe from Home Baker's challenge...

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  14. Lovely and stunning pinwheel cookies...

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  15. so tempting... just love it...perfectly made Priya...

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  16. so perfectly made pinwheel cookies, looks absolutely delicious...will try this sometime soon...

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  17. Looks perfect.. Awesome looking wheels :)

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  18. Wow.. cookies look soo adorable priya, no matter ur kids liked them!

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  19. crunchy and tempting pinwheel cookies
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  20. Cookies supera irukku akka..Very tempting..This is in my to do list..will bake it sometime..

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  21. wow... cookies look fantastic... superb...

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