Coffee Bean Cookies Recipe
Good news for soft cookie lovers. This is a soft, full-bodied, coffee-flavored recipe just for your teeth. Many people make coffee bean cookies obsessed with its shape. I am not in shape, what attracts me is the taste, texture, smell. Since it has coffee, it seems like it goes well with coffee, but I think it suits better with tea. The way it melts in the mouth with the tea and the taste it leaves in the mouth is truly indescribable.
If you do not understand the shaping method, you can watch the video of the recipe. If you are looking at the Recipe Cube, you can see the step-by-step preparation by clicking the small circle on the photos. You don't have to give the shape of a coffee bean, of course, you can also make standard rounds. Although its shape changes, the aroma of coffee remains. It is known that every extra process while cooking means extra time. If you're not a figure obsessed person, you can roll over.
I would like to say a few more words about its consistency. At first I said it was a soft cookie, but of course it depends a lot on how long you bake these cookies. After all, even yeast dough becomes hard when you overcook it. If you take the cookies out of the oven as soon as they rise and start to crack, they will be soft, and if you keep them in the oven for another ten minutes, they will be crispy. If you like to have this choice when making cookies, I recommend you to try the hazelnut cocoa cookie recipe.
- 100 g butter at room temperature,
- 1/2 cup vegetable oil,
- 3/4 cup confectioners sugar,
- 1 egg,
- 2,5-3 cups flour,
- 1 tsp baking powder,
- 2 tbsps cocoa powder,
- 2 tsps finely ground coffee, preferably Turkish coffee.
- In a deep bowl mix butter, vegetable oil, egg and confectioners sugar together,
- Add cocoa powder and coffee and mix,
- Add flour 1 tbsp at a time and start to knead,
- When you halve the flour add baking powder,
- Keep adding flour and kneading until you reach a smooth dough,
- Take walnut sized pieces from the dough and give sphere shape,
- Set the cookies in a baking sheet covered with parchement paper,
- Press with a wooden stick in the middle,
- Bake in a 180 C degrees pre-heated oven for 10-15 mins.