Witch Finger Cookies

Witch Finger Cookies

by Silver ingot

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Today is Halloween in the West, that is, the Ghost Festival. In fact, it has nothing to do with us, but the children don’t know. They always think that Halloween is fun, so making a witch’s finger biscuit should be a scene.

Witch Finger Cookies

1. The butter is softened at room temperature and can be smashed by hand

Witch Finger Cookies recipe

2. Mix powdered sugar with butter and beat with a whisk until pale

Witch Finger Cookies recipe

3. Add the egg liquid to the butter twice and beat until the butter is fluffy and light

Witch Finger Cookies recipe

4. Mix and sift in milk powder, low powder, baking powder and mix well to form a dough

Witch Finger Cookies recipe

5. Put it in the refrigerator for half an hour

Witch Finger Cookies recipe

6. Divide into 10 g balls and roll them into fingers

Witch Finger Cookies recipe

7. Press three stamps on the three parts with flossing

Witch Finger Cookies recipe

8. Preheat the oven to 175 degrees, dip the almond side with egg liquid and press on the tip of the biscuit

Witch Finger Cookies recipe

9. Put it in the middle of the oven and bake at 175 degrees for 15 minutes

Witch Finger Cookies recipe

10. It's edible after letting cool, squeeze a little ketchup, cut the biscuits, is it bloody

Witch Finger Cookies recipe


1. The egg liquid must be added to the butter in portions to prevent the separation of oil and water
2. Choose a smaller almond
3. The amount of 30 biscuits


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