Recently, a lot of friends asked me how to do this kind of crack effect biscuits? ? It looks very natural, not like scratching. The old-fashioned style of this kind of biscuit is called Shabby Chic, which is similar to "Vintage Retro". It has a group of crazy fans to follow in foreign countries. Shabby Chic represents the old items like grandmother's house, ordinary furniture decoration, after a few decades of weathering, the items have the effect of discoloration, cracks, sanding and other old flaws. Although it seems to be worn out, it reveals the warmth of the grandmother. Imagine the color as a paint, the biscuit as a wooden board, and create the shabby chic crack biscuit using the principle of thermal expansion. Cookie formula → https://www.xiachufang.com/recipe/100194316/cream recipe→https://www.xiachufang.com/recipe/100268324/rose flower→https://www.xiachufang.com/recipe/ 100381018/ recipe recipes are all original Xialu, no reprinted without permission. LOFT blog: http://LULUCHA.lofter.com Sina Weibo: @LULUCHA_Sweets
Mix white and cornstarch to thicken the pigment
Brush on the cookie dough, you can brush the thick, you can also brush the thin
Putting the biscuit dough into the baking tray and going to the balcony to sunbathe
It’s about half an hour, the white pigment on the surface is dry, and the 175° oven is baked.
The thickness of the white pigment brush is small, and the crack is small. On the contrary, the brush is thin and the crack is large.
Finally, you can do some warm and lovely decorations such as smudged paintings, flowers and plants, bunny bears, suitable for Shabby Chic style.
++ The thickness of the white pigment brush is small, and the crack is thin. On the contrary, the brush is thin and the crack is much. ++ Add a little baking powder to the biscuit dough, which will be more puffy and crack more. ++ It is recommended to use Americolor's white pigment, which is thicker than Wilton. ++ Corn starch must be mixed with the pigment and brushed evenly. If it is not uniform, the starch will absorb oil, and the white surface will have a yellow spot of butter.