Friday, January 26, 2018

Chinese New Year Cookies - Doggies German Cookies ~ 可爱小狗德国酥饼



So, Chinese New Year will be here soon, and it's gonna be a Happy Woof Woof (Doggie) Year.

It is sort of like a tradition to bake this german cookies to usher the Chinese New Year, as they're so so cute and of course, yummy to eat too. It is not hard to make too, even my 7 year-old can make them, so can all of us ;)

My kids & I have fun making these, although the tongue melted a little bit because they're unfortunately over baked a little due to my oven temperature, but still, they're so funnily cute and, equally yummy.

Be very creative, it's up to you how you wanna shape them, each one of them can have different expressions.

Have fun!!




* Step-by-Step Tutorial *

Place the butter & sugar in a mixing bowl

Beat on medium speed until fluffy & light in color.

Sift in the flour

Mix well.


The mixture will form into a soft dough.

Cling wrap the dough & chill in the fridge for 1-2 hours (so the shape can hold better).

I used a mini ice cream scoop, so every ball will be of the same size, the dough will be able to form about 25 - 30 small balls.

Roll the dough into a small ball

Stick 2 chocolate rice each side to form the eyes.

Add on a chocolate chip in the center as the nose.

Optional : use a heart shape sprinkle as the tongue.

Lastly, stick 2 koko crunch on each side to form as the ears.

You can be creative on how to shape the cookies.

Different eyes/ ears shapes, with or without tongue sticking out.

Each one of the doggies have different expressions.

Over baked by a little, but still look so funnily cute! :p

Easy to make, yet so cute to eat!



Chinese New Year Cookies ~ 新年饼


  Doggies German Cookies - 可爱小狗德国酥饼


Ingredients :
125gm unsalted butter, soften

40gm icing sugar (you may adjust the sugar accordingly)
125gm potato flour, sifted
80gm superfine flour (cake flour), sifted
Some chocolate chips (for the nose)
Some chocolate rice (for the eyes)
Some koko crunch (for the ears)
Some heart shape sprinkle (for the tongue)

  Directions :
- German Cookies Dough -

  1. Place the butter & sugar in a mixing bow, beat on medium speed until fluffy & light in color.
  2. Sift in the flour, mix well.
  3. The mixture will form into a soft dough.
  4. Cling wrap the dough & chill in the fridge for 1-2 hours (so the shape can hold better).
- Shaping -
  1. Pre-heat the oven to 150C.
  2. Roll the dough into a small ball, I used a mini ice cream scoop, so every ball will be of the same size, the dough will be able to form about 25 - 30 small balls.
  3. Stick 2 chocolate rice each side to form the eyes.
  4. Add on a chocolate chip in the center as the nose.
  5. Optional : use a heart shape sprinkle as the tongue.
  6. Lastly, stick 2 koko crunch on each side to form as the ears.
  7. Bake in the pre-heated oven for 20-25 minutes.


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Friday, January 26, 2018

Chinese New Year Cookies - Doggies German Cookies ~ 可爱小狗德国酥饼

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So, Chinese New Year will be here soon, and it's gonna be a Happy Woof Woof (Doggie) Year.

It is sort of like a tradition to bake this german cookies to usher the Chinese New Year, as they're so so cute and of course, yummy to eat too. It is not hard to make too, even my 7 year-old can make them, so can all of us ;)

My kids & I have fun making these, although the tongue melted a little bit because they're unfortunately over baked a little due to my oven temperature, but still, they're so funnily cute and, equally yummy.

Be very creative, it's up to you how you wanna shape them, each one of them can have different expressions.

Have fun!!




* Step-by-Step Tutorial *

Place the butter & sugar in a mixing bowl

Beat on medium speed until fluffy & light in color.

Sift in the flour

Mix well.


The mixture will form into a soft dough.

Cling wrap the dough & chill in the fridge for 1-2 hours (so the shape can hold better).

I used a mini ice cream scoop, so every ball will be of the same size, the dough will be able to form about 25 - 30 small balls.

Roll the dough into a small ball

Stick 2 chocolate rice each side to form the eyes.

Add on a chocolate chip in the center as the nose.

Optional : use a heart shape sprinkle as the tongue.

Lastly, stick 2 koko crunch on each side to form as the ears.

You can be creative on how to shape the cookies.

Different eyes/ ears shapes, with or without tongue sticking out.

Each one of the doggies have different expressions.

Over baked by a little, but still look so funnily cute! :p

Easy to make, yet so cute to eat!



Chinese New Year Cookies ~ 新年饼


  Doggies German Cookies - 可爱小狗德国酥饼


Ingredients :
125gm unsalted butter, soften

40gm icing sugar (you may adjust the sugar accordingly)
125gm potato flour, sifted
80gm superfine flour (cake flour), sifted
Some chocolate chips (for the nose)
Some chocolate rice (for the eyes)
Some koko crunch (for the ears)
Some heart shape sprinkle (for the tongue)

  Directions :
- German Cookies Dough -

  1. Place the butter & sugar in a mixing bow, beat on medium speed until fluffy & light in color.
  2. Sift in the flour, mix well.
  3. The mixture will form into a soft dough.
  4. Cling wrap the dough & chill in the fridge for 1-2 hours (so the shape can hold better).
- Shaping -
  1. Pre-heat the oven to 150C.
  2. Roll the dough into a small ball, I used a mini ice cream scoop, so every ball will be of the same size, the dough will be able to form about 25 - 30 small balls.
  3. Stick 2 chocolate rice each side to form the eyes.
  4. Add on a chocolate chip in the center as the nose.
  5. Optional : use a heart shape sprinkle as the tongue.
  6. Lastly, stick 2 koko crunch on each side to form as the ears.
  7. Bake in the pre-heated oven for 20-25 minutes.


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