• 29 May 2020

Mickey Mouse Shortbread biscuits

Final Result

If we can’t go to Mickey, then Mickey will come to us!

Let’s go for the recipe!

Ingredients:

  • 200 grams of flour;
  • 25 grams of hazelnut powder ;
  • 120 grams of unsalted butter;
  • 1 beaten egg ;
  • 1 teaspoon unsweetened cocoa ;
  • 70 grams of sugar ;
  • 100 grams of chocolate chips

Start by putting the butter in the microwave for 15/20 seconds to soften it.

Add the sugar, hazelnut powder and beaten egg. Mix well (with the hook of a food processor or by hand).

Then add the flour and cocoa and knead …

After obtaining a nice paste, keep it in a cool place for at least 1 hour.

The preparation of the dough is finished

Once the dough has cooled, separate it into two equal parts. With the first half, make a sausage (for the head).

Divide the other half in half and again make sticks out of the dough, smaller this time (for the ears).

Making the dough sticks

Place the rolls of dough in a cool place.

Put the sausages back in the fridge for a little while, so that they harden and are easier to cut.

Cut slices out of each of the socks and join them together in the shape of Mickey’s heads. They will cook very well if you place them with your ears lightly pressed against the head.

Shaping heads and ears

Bake them for 8 to 10 minutes in an oven at 170°C depending on the thickness of the biscuits!

Be patient and wait until the shortbread biscuits have cooled down before peeling them off the baking paper, otherwise Mickey might lose an ear … or both!

The shortbread biscuits are baked

Enjoy!

sandra27

sandra27

Mom, a school teacher but above all passionate about Disney and the Marvel universe. I'm really happy to be part of the ED92 team that I've always followed! I hope to be able to share with you my opinions, my ideas, my tutorials: in one word, my passion! The Disney universe is a generator of happiness and emotions, that's why it holds a great place in my life. As Walt said, "Happiness is a state of mind. It's about the way you look at things".

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