The daughter has been clamoring for the puppy biscuits to eat, and it is healthy and fun to attract the artifacts of the small basin friends! Come and see it~
The butter softens at room temperature, can't be softened, can be slightly rubbed in the microwave oven, once every 10 seconds, don't change it... then manually whipped and smooth, don't send it.
Add the powdered sugar in portions and mix well.
Add the egg yolk and mix well.
Sift in low powder and mix ~
After mixing, knead into a group~ (the weather can be kept in the refrigerator for a while)
Weigh 180g of plain pasta and add the matcha powder. (There is only this matcha powder at home, the color is ugly.) Then weigh 40g of raw dough and add cocoa powder.
The original dough and the cocoa dough are respectively kneaded into strips of about 20 cm.
The original dough is further processed into a trapezoid as shown in the figure~
Stick the cocoa dough on both sides of the original dough as the puppy's ear~When finished, wrap the plastic wrap and let the refrigerator freeze for about 15 minutes.
During the waiting period, the matcha dough is separated by a grease film that is 20cm wide and 15cm wide. After completion, it is also frozen in the refrigerator for about 5 minutes. Do not freeze too hard.
Take it out after freezing. Put the face of the puppy face down in the middle of the dough (I found it when I was doing it and found that the dough wrapped on the top of the head was too thick to look good...), then wrapped the dog's face with the dough, as close as possible. Gap.
As shown in the picture, then freeze in the refrigerator for about half an hour.
After freezing, take it out and cut it into thin and even pieces. I cut 31 pieces. At the same time, the oven is preheated at 170 degrees~
Bring it into the oven and bake it at 170°C for about 12 minutes. Don't burn your face. Take it out and decorate it with a chocolate pen. Use your imagination to make them look like an expression pack.