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Sunday, April 08, 2007

Chocolate Melting Moments



Madeleines


Ingredients: CHOCOLATE MELTING MOMENTS

125 gm. Butter - softened
2 Tbsp. icing sugar
120 gm. plain flour
2 Tbsp. Cornflour
1 Tbsp. cocoa powder
85 gm. Nutella spread

Method:

(1) Cream butter and icing sugar till light and fluffy.
(2) Add in dry ingredients an mix till a soft dough is formed.
(3) Spoon mixture into piping bag fitted with a star nozzle and pipe out onto a tray.
(4) Bake at 170C for about 15 mins. or till cooked. Cool on trays.
(5) Sandwich cookies with Nutella spread.

25 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hi yochana,

I've been looking for a chocolate melting moments recipe for some time now. So happen to see yours today! Can you share the recipe please? I'd greatly appreciate it. Thanks in advance.

peitempo said...

Hi Yochana,

Me too! I love this type of cookie, do you think you can share the recipe?

rebecca said...

Hi Aunty Yochana,
your chocolate melting moments look great. Please share the recipe. TIA. :)

cui said...

Aunty, ur chocolate is damn yummy! I've yet to try the rest of the bakes yet but i'm pretty sure they will be yummy as well! Thank u so much! =)

yochana said...

cui,

glad you like it. You must always remember to eat ok...not good to stay too thin. In case typhoon comes, you'll be the first to be blown again..Take care and enjoy your hols.

rgds

Anonymous said...

Hi Yochana
wow...love your chocolate melting moments..it really make me crazy! can you please share the recipes, please....regards

syl

yochana said...

HI SYL,

The above is the recipe for chocolate melting moments.

rgds

Anonymous said...

Hi Aunty Yochana,
it's my first time making a batch of melting moments but they turned out very crumbly. is that normal?

lin

yochana said...

hi lin,

can cut off the cornflour if you don't like it crumbly.

rgds

Anonymous said...

thanks for the quick reply! i'll try that next time.. great blog by the way..! :)

lin

Anonymous said...

Hi yochana,

can you advise me what is nutella spread ? how to make it?????

yochana said...

Hi anonymous,

nutella spread is a hazelnut spread which you can buy from supermarket or provision shops. We normally buy it for spreading onto our bread.

rgds

shirley said...

Hi Yochana

can you kindly advise what is the size of your star nozzle used in this recipe.

Would you be kind enough to tell what other size nozzle is essential in doing frosting.

Thanks very much.

yochana said...

HI Shirley

If I'm not mistaken, it should be Star Nozzsle. No. 5.

rgds

Anonymous said...

Finally tried this recipe for Christmas. It tastes better with the Nutella spread. Thanks!

Peitempo

nikki said...

i would like it if you categorise this recipe under eggless coz i am looking for eggless cakes and cookies but the site has so many recipes ,i find it impossible to check each and every recipe to check whether it is eggless or not.thanks

Tatiana said...

Hi Lucy
I've been looking for a good melt in your mouth type of butter cookie that uses piping. Do you think I can omit the cocoa powder and it will taste like those old fashioned butter cookies? Appreciate any advice you may have. Thanks in advance :-)
Tatiana

yochana said...

Hi Tatiana,

Melt-in the mouth butter cookies? Something like sugee? Butter cookies are normally on the crispy side.

rgds

Tatiana said...

Hi Lucy
Pai seh, yah, you're right, I'm looking for the crispy and light type. Texture is lighter than shortbread...You know, those type typically eaten during CNY a long time ago. I used to have a good recipe which requires piping from a bag (not those roll n cut type) and I lost it. Do you think your chocolate melting moments will work without the cocoa powder?
Thanks again :-)
Tatiana

yochana said...

Hi Titiana,

Try a small portion and see whether it's something that you're looking for.

Let me know if it is.

rgds

Tatiana said...

Hi Lucy
Thanks. Let me try half portion and see if it works.

Tatiana

josie said...

hi,
could you pls help me out. i tried a recipe similar to this ( 50 gms butter, 50 gms sugar, 60 gms cornflour, 1/4 tso baking powder), piped it neatly on a tray and baked it. but to my dismay the cookies melted completely and everything went flat on the tray. it looked like a cardboard on a tray.could you pls tell me what could have gone wrong? i am eager to make crisp cookies using nozzles but don't know what to do. help!!

Aunty Yochana said...

Hi Josie,

it could due to your creaming problem and oven got be another factor to your failure.

The recipe has no problem at all.

rgds

Mi Tang said...

Hi Aunty, I chanced upon your blog in a forum and tried out the Chocolate Melting Moments together with my sister.

In the recipe, it stated
2 Tbsp. icing sugar
1 Tbsp. cocoa powder

and we estimated the portion in grams. The cookies turned out to be a bit too chocolaty. Can you tell me how much are those in grams?

bakinggurl said...

Hi Yochana,

Thank you as always for your recipes :)
I tried making the chocolate melting moments, but I couldn't pipe out the cookies. The dough was a soft dough, but still too hard to pipe them.

What can I do to solve this problem?

Thank you!