Biscuit Cookies

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My explorations in kitchen haven't subsided. I am still very enthusiastic about cooking good, eating good and cooking for people who love to eat. These cookies were a hit as they are good as evening snacks or in morning breakfast. They are chocolatey, chewy and soft. And the best thing about these are that they don't need any BAKING!!!

Biscuit Cookies


1 cup powdered sugar
1 cup milk powder (an alternate for cream)
1/2 a cup milk
1/2 tbsp all purpose flour
3 tbsp bitter cocoa powder
50 gm low salt butter (You may use unsalted butter and add a pinch of salt)
3-4 Marie Biscuits


Mix sugar, cocoa, all purpose flour and milk powder in half a cup of warm milk. Melt butter and add the above dry mixture and heat on medium-low flame. Add a more milk or cream to the above if required. Mix and fold in thoroughly to get a smooth velvety mixture. Chocolate should be ready once it begins to stick stiffly to the back of the spatula. Remove from the gas and add broken biscuits. Biscuits can be broken roughly in a ZipLock bag and a rolling pin. Mix well with the molten mass. Transfer the molten mass to a well greased pan immediately. Set in refrigerator to freeze. In about 30 mins, the cookie will be set, but not stiff. Remove and shape them as you would like. Biscuit cookies are so easy to make.


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