1. To soften the butter at room temperature, add in powdered sugar, egg liquid, and dried cranberries in turn and mix well (do not beat the butter)
2. Add low flour and mix well to form a dough, put it in a piece of plastic wrap, arrange it into a rectangular parallelepiped, put it in a mold and flatten it, put it in the refrigerator and freeze for one hour
3. Take out and cut into thick slices of about 0.7cm, put on a baking tray, middle layer, heat up and down at 165 degrees, and bake for about 20 minutes. Bake until golden, out of the oven
1. If there is no mold, just arrange it into a rectangular parallelepiped by hand. (I used a box containing macarons, about the same size, multi-purpose, environmentally friendly!);
2. If the color of the biscuits is too dark when baking, cover the biscuits with a layer of tin foil;
3. The baked biscuits are soft, and they will be crispy after cooling.