Thursday, October 29, 2015

Halloween Owl Cookies/Eggless Owl Cookies

Halloween is not very much famous in France before few years, but now its seems to be an another popular celebration especially among kids. My lil one started asking me what am gonna bake for this year's Halloween, since i dont want to miss a chance of baking a Halloween baked goodies i checked as usual google and i landed  here. Seriously i fell in love with these cute owl cookies, also the cookie dough i used for making cookies is totally egg free and definitely buttery. Dangerously addictive cookies and this cookies will definitely decorate your halloween table for the sure.

Halloween Owl Cookies, Owl Cookies, Eggless Owl cookies

The original recipe went for shortbread cookies dough and i simply went with sugar cookie dough which goes for quick and easy breezy preparation. Sugar cookie dough makes excellent super buttery cookies,you can munch it anytime. You can decorate them easily with a simple icing or as plain to enjoy with your favourite drink. Sugar cookies are my kid's favourite, and hence i opted for this beautiful owl cookies. Hope you all liked this halloween special owl cookies,even if you dont have anything in your mind to bake for some halloween treats just bake these cookies, am sure kids will go crazy if they saw this buttery cookies.

Owl cookies, Halloween Owl Cookies

1cup Butter (softened)
1/2cup Confectioner's sugar
1/2tsp Vanilla extract
2+1/2cups All purpose flour
Few whole almonds
Few chocolate chips
1/4tsp Salt

Combine the butter,sugar,vanilla extract in a bowl and beat it until they turns soft and fluffy.

Sieve together the flour and salt.

Gradually add the flour mixture and turn everything as a soft dough.

Wrap it and keep in fridge for 30minutes.

Line the baking sheet onto a baking tray..Grease it.

Owl Sugar Cookies, Halloween Owl Cookies

Preheat the oven to 350F.

Now dust and roll the dough as a slightly thin disc and cut the dough with a round cookie cutter.

Transfer the cookie to the already prepared baking tray.

Punch two small pieces of a dough, roll it and press it to make eyes,  Next, press a chocolate chip into each ball, to create owl eyes.

Take the almonds, pointed-end down, and wedge in between the eyes, to make the beak.

To create the owl wings, press the curved edge of a spoon on each side, use a fork to make feathers.

Be careful not to press the spoon or the fork strongly else the cookie will get break.

Bake the cookies for about 20-25minutes.

1 comment:

Sathya- MyKitchenodyssey said... Reply To This Comment

What a yummy cookies sis..Treat for halloween ..