We give biscuits through the robot together with the walnut. After grinding them well, add the melted butter, cocoa, sugar and essence. Mix well and the dough is easy to shape.
Remove the seeds from the cherries (so that our teeth do not remain in the cake: D) and mix them with a spoonful of sugar to make the cherries as sweet as possible.
We break small pieces of dough, flatten them slightly and fill them either with small pieces of chocolate or with cherries. After that, we shape a ball by covering the cherry well inside.
Then we give them either through cocoa or coconut, each as he wants and put in the fridge.
Biscuit candies with cherries, drunken balls or cherry bulbs
Biscuit candies with sour cherries or compote & # 8211 This dessert is known by several names depending on the area and because it tastes like childhood, it is one of the most popular desserts based on biscuits.
The ingredients are few, the preparation time is insignificant and the degree of difficulty? Well, it's reduced to 0, which is the easiest way to prepare it. Just like the Diplomat Cake recipe in the pot! A recipe that I highly recommend, with guaranteed success.
We return to balls, candies or candies. You have 2 options to prepare these cookie balls. With compote cherries or sour cherries. If you prepare them for guests or for an event in which children do not participate, you can prepare them with sour cherries. A great idea to use the remaining cherries. If they will be served with prichindei or simply do not serve alcohol, you can prepare them with cherries from compote.
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Chocolate and caramel cookies
Chocolate and caramel cookies are made super easily and can be an appearance on any holiday table! You can prepare the dough from now on and keep it in the freezer until the time of preparation and the cookies, once prepared, are kept for up to 2 weeks in hermetically sealed jars.
Mix with butter the mixer at room temperature, sugar, yolks and vanilla, 2 minutes with or until we have a foam. Add the flour and mix again. The result is a well-kneaded dough, which comes off the walls of the vessel very easily. Wrap the dough in cling film and let it cool for at least an hour before forming the cookies.
Preheat the oven to 190C. Form balls about 2 cm in diameter and make a hole in the middle, using the handle of the wooden spoon. Place the guns in the pan on baking paper or silicone foil and bake for 8-10 minutes or until lightly golden on the edges. The cookies harden as they cool. Let them cool completely before filling them with caramel.
For the caramel, melt the caramels and sweet cream in a saucepan, stirring often. Fill each cookie with caramel, using a teaspoon. Let the caramel harden.
Melt the chocolate and put it in a disposable bag, which you cut at one end with scissors and decorate the cookies.
Again, let them cool so that the chocolate hardens. Good appetite!