Delices and gourmandises offers you the original recipe of these lovely golden colored treats. These homemade "petit beurre" biscuits will for sure make both kids and adults smile at snack time.
The recipe of "petit beurre" biscuitsIngredients for about a hundred biscuits (the most you can cook, the better, because they will quickly disappear!)
- 400gr of butter
- 400gr of sugar
- 1kg of flour
- 1 teaspoon of baking powder
- 250ml of water
- 5gr of salt
Optional: a little vanilla extract or vanilla sugar
Start by melting the butter over low heat in a pan; then add water and sugar. Stop as soon as the butter is melted and the sugar is well incorporated and make sure to stir often.
In a bowl, mix flour, salt and baking powder then add the mixture made of butter, water and warmed sugar.
Stir gently - it is important not to overwork the dough - and stop as soon as the mixture is smooth.
Then let the dough rest in the fridge, covered with plastic film. It must be left at least three hours, but would be even better if you wait overnight.
Preheat your oven to 180°C.
Lower the well rested dough. It must have a thickness of about 3 mm. Then cut the cookies with a cutter in the shape you want.
Arrange the cookies on a tray lined with baking paper and bake.
Cook them until they are golden brown on the edges (it usually takes 8 to 12 min).
That's all! Your delicious butters biscuits are ready to be enjoyed.
Tasting tips from Delices and gourmandises
"Petit beurre" biscuits can easily be kept up to a week as long as they remain in a dry cookie box or other container that can be tightly closed.
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