Peppermint Patty Mini Cheesecake
It adds to the beauty of these chocolate. If you would like to feature my work, you are allowed to use ONE photo with a proper link back to my blog. Or are you one of those lucky folks that is Spring Breaking it up in the sunshine or hitting the ski slopes? Oreo Truffle Balls This candy is so easy to make and so good! Cottage cheese who would of thunk it? Do you make the cake mix with the eggs, oil and water?
It will take an hour or two to firm up, though you can put it in the fridge for faster results. Make sure the dough log and slices are measured or the yield will be off. Beat in yolk and vanilla. Add flour, cocoa powder and salt with mixer on low speed; beat until blended and dough is soft and pliable. Roll into inch long log 2 inches in diameter. Cover in plastic wrap; refrigerate 1 hour. Gradually add flour mixture, beating just until combined. Divide mixture — in half and wrap each in plastic wrap.
Refrigerate at least 2 hours, or overnight. Line baking sheets with parchment paper or silicone liners. Lightly flour a work surface. Dough will be a little sticky, so use flour as needed to avoid sticking. Bake cookies until just set and still pale, about 7 minutes. Transfer to a cooling rack or a piece of waxed paper to cool completely before frosting. To make the frosting: In a large bowl, beat butter until soft and fluffy.
Add salt and cream and beat until light and fluffy. Frost each cookie and then dip into crushed candy canes. Comments These are so fancy! Love the look of them. Now these cookies are sure to get me in the holiday spirit! I just made brownies with peppermint frosting and my husband went nuts! So pretty and festive! These definitely need to go on my cookie baking list!
Mmm, these look yummy and I love the pink frosting! Peppermint is totally the holidays to me too! How long do they keep?
Can You freeze these and add the candy later? Not only festive, but perfect for the season! They look like they would be hard to resist! Perfect for the holidays! Glad that Thanksgiving is over with! It is so fun to make a big meal like that but man can it be a lot of work!
But now on to all the holiday baking! What would make a cookie more festive then dipping it in white chocolate and covering it with peppermint candy? And just fyi you could also use vanilla almond bark or real white chocolate for these too. Remember to subscribe to the Cooking Classy newsletter to receive new recipe notifications delivered to your inbox! A new Christmas favorite at our house! August 18, at 6: So glad to hear it! August 22, at I made this exactly as instructed except I used a double boiler to melt the chocolate, and they were wonderful.
I called them unshareable because the people I gifted them to share with their families all chose to eat them all themselves instead! January 5, at 3: