Sunday, January 30, 2011

Little Salty Almond Cookies

Hey there! 3 more days to go before the new year!
I believe that most of you are having festive mood now by indulging in good food!
Because I'm one of them! =p

I baked another batch of cookies~
The Salty Almond Cookies!

Small...cute...and very easy to make!
It's meant to be salty with a hint of sweetness...
Mine was a bit melt in the mouth kind.
I doubled the recipe, and it yields about 30 little cookies.

So i stored them in my own container,
and kept for our own consumption.. =)
Not giving this away...because it's not enough!
I'm gonna make some kek lapis soon!
It's been a long time since I've baked one...
I miss it!

Little Salty Almond Cookies

50g Butter
10g Icing Sugar
50g All Purpose Flour
10g Corn Flour
25g Almond Meal
1g Salt
Few Drops of Vanilla Extract

1. Place all ingredients in the bowl of a food processor and process until dough forms.
2. Wrap dough in plastic. Chill for 20 minutes for binding of dough.
3. Preheat oven to 180 degrees. Line baking tray with baking paper. 
Roll every 1/2 teaspoonful of dough on the baking paper 
and flatten them slightly using the back of the spoon. 
Sprinkle chopped almonds on each cookie.
(I rolled them into balls and dipped into the chopped almonds)
4. Brush with milk and bake for 5-8 minutes or until the edges are slightly brown.
5. Cool for 10 minutes on baking tray, and cool completely on a wire rack.

Recipe Source from: Bake for Happy Kids


  1. WAH !!I want!!

    Happy baking

    Now with 2 monsters , few years never bake new ear goodies.

  2. they look delightful! i love anything sweet and salty!

  3. Irene..But u do bake cakes right? =) Ask your dear hubby to take care of the kids!!!

    Crustabakes! Thanks for visiting! =)
    Thanks for the compliment too...visit me more often k? =) Thanks!

  4. These look delicious and I can't wait to try them. Perfect for munching. :) Yes, I'm baking cookies and getting ready for CNY as well! :) Guess I'll make a batch or 2 of these too.

  5. Ooooh.. these cookies sound so good. I love cookies with nuts in them. I like your blog title and that's great you teach the piano. I learned piano for 7 years and now I barely even practice, but I can still play Fur Elise perfectly. :-)

  6. Hi there Amy! Yes you got to bake this! i think it tasted even nicer the next day! the fragrance is being released slowly!

    Thanks for coming over! Hey at least you can still play Fur Elise! My siblings learned for many years and can't play a single thing now!
    So do you read notes or play by ear for now?