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Melting Moments (Cookies/Biscuits)

Melting Moments (Cookies/Biscuits) created by threeovens

A recipe I found at All British Food.com and am posting for ZWT6. These crisp, crunchy biscuits melt in the mouth—hence their name. A freshly baked batch will soon disappear.

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  • Grease two baking sheets.
  • Cream the butter and sugar together until pale and fluffy. Beat in the egg yolk.
  • Add the vanilla flavouring, stir in the flour to give a smooth dough and divide into about 24 portions.
  • Form each piece into a ball and roll in crushed cornflakes.
  • Place the balls on the baking sheets and bake in the oven at 190°C (375°F) mark 5 for 15 - 20 minutes.
  • Cool on the baking sheets for a few moments before lifting on to a wire rack.
  • VARIATION.
  • Instead of cornflakes, use 50 g (2 oz) rolled oats. Press half a glace cherry 8in the centre of each biscuit.
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"A recipe I found at All British Food.com and am posting for ZWT6. These crisp, crunchy biscuits melt in the mouth—hence their name. A freshly baked batch will soon disappear."
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  1. threeovens
    Melting Moments (Cookies/Biscuits) Created by threeovens
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  2. threeovens
    Melting Moments (Cookies/Biscuits) Created by threeovens
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  3. threeovens
    These cookies really did melt in your mouth! I was not crazy about the cornflakes and also tried them in a mold with sprinkled sugar. I liked those better. Very easy and quick cookie to make since they don't have to be refrigerated and sliced, grrrr!
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  4. diner524
    A recipe I found at All British Food.com and am posting for ZWT6. These crisp, crunchy biscuits melt in the mouth—hence their name. A freshly baked batch will soon disappear.
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