1. After the butter is softened, beat it up, add in powdered sugar and continue to beat it evenly;
2. After the eggs are beaten, add them to the butter batter 4-5 times, mix well, and add the next time after stirring well each time;
3. Pour the low-gluten flour and milk powder into the second step at one time, and use a spatula to mix until there is no dry powdery dough;
4. Divide the dough into 2 different sizes, one is about 180g and the other is about 320g;
5. The small one is the original color. Put the dough directly into the fresh-keeping bag and roll it into a thin slice, the thickness of a biscuit;
6. Add 12g of cocoa powder to the large dough, mix and knead to form a cocoa dough;
7. Put the dough into a fresh-keeping bag and roll it out into thin slices;
8. Place the rolled noodles in the refrigerator and freeze for 20 minutes;
9. Take out the dough sheet and press out the squirrel's body with a mold;
10. Press on the face;
11. Press the little hand
12. Place the face directly on the body of the cocoa dough, put an almond in the middle, and press it down slightly with your hands (so that the almonds will not fall off after roasting), and finally put the small round hands on Paste on both sides of the almonds;
13. Adjust the COUSS E3 to the one-button cookie button function. The temperature is set to 180 degrees and the time is 20 minutes. But this cookie does not need 20 minutes, so adjust the temperature to 15 minutes.
14. Prepare decoration materials;
15. After the biscuits are baked, use white, black, and pink chocolate to paint the squirrel's eyes, nose, blush, tail, etc.;
16. There are no rules here, you can design your favorite style for the squirrel yourself, and use it completely DIY.