Wednesday, January 09, 2008



250 gm. Butter
150 gm. icing sugar
1 tsp. vanilla essence
pinch of salt
2 whole eggs
1 egg yolk
250 gm. Plain flour

For Filling:

100 gm. Cooking chocolate
6 Tbsp. evaporated milk or whipping cream
100 gm. soft nougat (optional)


(1) Cream butter and icing till creamy, add in vanilla essence, salt and mix till combined.
(2) Add in eggs one at a time till combined before the next addition.
(3) Fold in flour and mix into a soft dough.
(4) Put soft dough in a piping bag with a plain nozzle. Pipe into small rounds onto a baking tray.
(5) Bake at 160C till golden , about 12 mins. Allow to cool before sandwiching with fillings.
(6) Mix all the filling ingredients together and melt over a pot of simmering hot water or microwave it till melted. This can be made in advance to allow the fillings to set a while in the fridge.
(7) Sandwich cookies together with the fillings.
(8) Pipe lines on top of the cookies with melted chocolate.


natasya said...

Thank you Aunty for the Egg tart recipe. Just want to tell you that I like all your bakes today.They are very unusual...but look absolutely delicious.

p/s my dog is still missing.

Maya said...

This looks nice. What kind of biscuit is this?

yochana said...

Hi Maya,

it's just piped butter cookies with ganache in the middle to sandwich it.


yochana said...

Oh no..natsya,

I think someone must have stolen him. Have you tried calling SPCA to see someone has left your dog there?

Let us pray...


Michelle said...

HI Aunty Yochana,
The biscuit look yummy,will u sharing the recipe with us?

What brand of butter do aunty usually use?

TQ n take care.

Xavier said...

dear aunty,
i love this creation! Can you share the recipe with me? thanks!

yochana said...

Hi Michelle,

Good butter yields delicious cakes and cookies but I anyhow use buttr that is available. I use all kinds of butter that attracts me.


Mommy Dearest said...

Thanks for the recipe, they look so nice. Now can try in my new oven. Thanks again!

Anonymous said...

Hi Yochana,

Can these cookies be kept at room temperature and for how long? The cookies look delicious.

yochana said...

Hi anonymous,

You have to put these cookies into a container. It gets soften in open air.


Anonymous said...

i've tried out the polos, but my cookies are quite soft and not tat crispy, can i know what's the problem? i had piped it into a small round.

Anonymous said...

thanks =)