Witch Finger Cookies

Witch Finger Cookies

by yiyi mother

4.9 (1)







Don't blame me for not reminding you, it's really scary! I preheated Halloween and baked some witch finger biscuits. The taste is very good, but it feels weird when I eat it!


Witch Finger Cookies

1. The butter is softened at room temperature; add in caster sugar, egg liquid and vanilla extract, and beat with a whisk

Witch Finger Cookies recipe

2. Mix low-gluten flour and baking powder, sift into the butter, mix slightly with a rubber spatula, and grab a uniform dough with your hands; wrap the dough with plastic wrap and put it in the refrigerator for 1 hour until the dough becomes hard

Witch Finger Cookies recipe

3. Take out the dough, divide it into small pieces, and rub it with your hands into strips with a thicker end and a slightly thinner end. The diameter is slightly smaller than that of your fingers, because it will swell during baking; take an almond and press it into the thinner end to make a "nail "

Witch Finger Cookies recipe

4. Then pinch out the shape of your fingers, use a scraper or a knife to cut a few wrinkles on the finger cake; put it in the preheated oven, 180 degrees for 15 minutes, adjust according to the temperature of your own oven, bake it and color it.

Witch Finger Cookies recipe


The best almonds are raw, and they tend to batter when they are cooked.


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