I haven't done this kind of biscuit for a while, and the little two grandchildren like to eat this milk-scented biscuit. I made a plate for the sneak sneer yesterday afternoon, and solved the production process for the two babies. By the way, the production process was also recorded. Everyone's reference.
The butter softens at room temperature, and the white sugar powder is added and stirred evenly.
Use a electric egg beater to beat the butter into a feather.
Add the egg mixture to the buttered butter three times to mix the egg mixture with the butter.
After each shot, use a scraper to slightly gather.
Add the mixed flour and milk powder, (I use the love of his three-stage milk powder) and mix it with micro-fusion, so that the hand-grip surface is not easy to touch.
Grab the dough into pieces by hand.
Knead the dough into a dough that is about 0.5 cm thick.
Use a mold and a rib aid to press out various animal cartoon cookies.
Put in a preheated 175 degree oven and bake for 20 minutes.
Bake a cool cold tube.
Every oven has a different temper. You must pay attention to the oven temperature. The baked biscuits should be yellowish in color, crispy and full of milk. This makes the color and fragrance complete.