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Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Ice Cream cookies ( Mocha Meringues) ~ the popular CNY cookies

Ice Cream cookies ( Cocoa and Coffee Meringues)

My notebook was crashed last few days, sorry for not able to update my blog. One of my reader was asking me to provide the recipe of ice cream cookies, sorry for keep her waiting, here is the recipe.

















I tested this cookie when my friend brought a tin for me on last CNY. My kids love this cookie as it tasted like a ice cream. I tried to find this cookie's recipe and I was lucky to have my blogger friend Felvinc so kind to share her recipe. After I baked for few times, I try to modify her recipe and I success to bake this cookie that close to that one I tested for the 1st time. And I love this recipe as I can use the balance egg whites after made the CNY cookies that usually use a lot of egg yolks.

CNY 2011


Ice Cream cookies ( Mocha Meringues)
(recipe source: 温馨小屋 with minor changes)

110g egg white
70g icing sugar
2tsp coffee powder
2tsp cocoa powder
1/4tsp cream of Tartar
1/2tbsp corn flour

some chocolate chips

Method
1. Beat egg white over high speed for 1min till foamy, add in tartar and continue to beat.
2. Gradually add in icing sugar and beat till soft peaks formed.
3. Add in corn flour and continue beat till stiff peaks formed.
4. Mix coffee and cocoa powder together, add into egg white mixture. Slowly combine well.
5. Pipe the egg white mixture (meringue) on the baking tray that line with non-stick baking paper, place a chocolate chip on top.
6. Bake at pre-heated oven at 70c for 75mins or adjust accordingly to your type of oven with low temperature and long baking time till dry and cripsy.
7. Remove pan from oven, not more than 2mins (don’t wait too long otherwise it will became sticky), try to peel off a meringue and it should come off easily if done. Otherwise, put back into oven and continue to bake.
8. Store in air-tight container straightaway (don’t wait to cool).

**Don’t have a air-tight container, you can store in used Milo or milk powder tin, very useful as it is able to maintain the crispyness of this cookie.

Ice Cream cookies ( Cocoa and Coffee Meringues)



Happy Baking !!

 

49 comments:

  1. Sonia, these ice-cream cookies look inviting! Thanks for sharing.

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  2. Anything with ice cream word in it I want . I mite give this a go :) they look so so so so good! not like the normal meringue.

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  3. 谢谢分享:P
    食物和照片都那么棒:)

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  4. Ellerinize, emeğinize sağlık. Çok leziz ve çok iştah açıcı görünüyor.

    Saygılarımla.

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  5. yes yes yes I tried tis cookies b4 it really taste like ice cream.guess i wanna gv a try one day .

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  6. lovely innovative recipe and cute cookies.

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  7. these cookies looks so nice and taste like ice cream? My daughter sure going to love it.

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  8. Good idea to use up the egg whites ^_^

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  9. eh, this is cute! i wan a tin plsss

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  10. I can already imagine myself popping these cuties into my mouth non stop! Will try making them next year, thanks!

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  11. loved the beautiful color, looks so cute!

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  12. so cool! ice cream cookies! yummy! and is bite size! definitely will finish it within no time! (:

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  13. Oh so nice to have ice-cream cookies for snack. Hmm...I want some of it now.

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  14. These are nice for children's party. Easy to handle, just pop into the mouth! Yum!

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  15. Cute little healty kisses and with chocolate on top I am sure kids would love this.

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  16. Sonia, thanks again. So happy that this recipe is using egg whites! I can make use of my egg whites now.

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  17. Sonia, cute cookies and I think I can eat a lot of them.

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  18. yum! I love these cute little meringues! melt in your mouth..best of all no butter so it is "healther" than other cookies!

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  19. they look pretty ..wish i cld just grab a few pieces of these cuties now..aargh..

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  20. This reminded me of your Halloween cookies.
    Kids definately do like this type of cookies.

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  21. In the future, I must make this for parties. Thanks for sharing. You have a nice evening.
    Good night,
    Kristy

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  22. Sweet! I have tried Felvinc's version. Yours must be delicious too!

    I definitely like these photos.

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  23. taste like ice cream? sounds good already:D when I have lots of egg white, I'll try this:) THanks for sharing.

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  24. this is so cute! i think my kids will like this :)

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  25. These are gorgeous and ice-cream flavoured cookies sound totally delicious:)!

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  26. So far i have not tried piping b4 as i very scare of piping...

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  27. oh these look so good sorry to hear about your computer crashing

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  28. Ice-cream cookies! A great way to use up the egg whites! Bookmarked.

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  29. Oh! These look so cute, love the flavor :-)

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  31. HEHE..Sonia..you are flooded with comments because your bakes are always so unique and look so yummilicious!! *professional*

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  32. By reading about the ingredients in the recipe , this got to be delicious !

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  33. You finally post this up! Bookmarked! :)

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  34. Hi Sonia,

    I sampled this cookie once. My aunt specially brought over to let me taste, she bought from a friend and it costed her like RM20+ for one tin. It is really very very nice, like eating a piece of cloud.

    Thanks for sharing your recipe. I still have some unused egg white from making CNY cookies. I think I can try to make this once of these days. May I know can I use cold egg white or I need to bring it to room temp. strictly?

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  35. Cook.Bake.Love, yes, bring cold egg white to room temp. Happy trying.

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  36. Looks like everyone is raving about this cookie, so it must be darn good, Sonia. So kind of you to share!

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  37. Oh, I'm sorry to hear that your computer crashed earlier. I think mine will soon, too. =S

    I love these cookies, and have been so since young!

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  38. They really are popular! I REALLY REALLY LOVE these cookies, I won't feel guilty after eating them...they're like air...a crunch, flavor, and then gone.......

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  39. Would it be too sweet? I am afraid to eat meringue cookies as it's always sweet. So, this is the new popular CNY cookies for this year? Interesting!

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  40. These look delightful :) Giggling at the nipple comments. Can't help it!

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  41. I don't think I can stop snacking on this!

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  42. I would buy this cookies for my nephew every year. He loves it!

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  43. 哇!你做的看起来更好吃咧!

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  44. These look so cute and delicious. They do look like ice cream :)

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  45. shall try to bake it:) looks nice.
    however,u mentioned to store b4 cooling.wont have condensation and cause the cookie to loose the crisp meh?

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  47. Thank you so much. I had that last year in a relative's house but didn't know it's name until I saw in a stall this time. It's very eddcitive.

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