Aug
14
2012

Cute Doggies Koko Krunch Cookies Recipe

We’ve got an itch to do some baking recently so today we baked this cutie pie KoKo Krunch doggies cookies :) We baked this because I have all the ingredients at home. All that is needed are plain flour, icing sugar, butter, chocolate chips, chocolate rice and of course Koko Krunch. I have all those at home with me at all times. Oh yeah, we need vanilla essence too.

Cute Doggies KoKo Krunch Cookies

Ingredients:
200g plain flour
45g icing sugar
125g butter
1 tsp vanilla
Chocolate chips, chocolate rice, Koko Krunch
1/2 tablespoon ice water

Method:

Sift flour and sugar. Add chopped soft butter.

Rub in with fingers.

Once the dough turns into ‘breadcrumbs’ add 1/2 tablespoon very cold water and vanilla essence and knead lightly.

Let dough rest for 10 minutes.

Chocolate chips, chocolate rice and Koko Krunch to make the doggies

Put 2-3 chocolate chips into each piece of dough.

Roll into balls.

Decorate the dog using chocolate chip as the nose, chocolate rice as the eyes and Koko Krunch as the ears.

Preheat oven to 325F. Make a tray full of these cute little doggies and bake for 20 minutes.

It doesn’t last long as all ended up in our tummies soon after with only one lonely puppy left in the container :(

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    Ethan, you are amazing! You made them beautifully. I am going make them for my class. Keep baking. Thanks

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    They’re so cute!!! Make more, poslaju over – dijamin sampai hari esok!!!

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    hahaha.. lepas mooncake, doggie cookies.. what next? is that last doggie for daddy?

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    Andrew Reply:

    Haha, poor daddy! Nice one merryn. You are talented in doing cute stuff like this!

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    Hi Ethan – this is really cute , Like it very much
    I have a question though…. can 1/2 tablespoon of cold water + 1/2 teaspoon vanilla enough to make the breadcrumbs into dough…

    Thanking you in advance for your adv.

    Regards.
    Ai Loon

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    Merryn Reply:

    Hi Ai Loon,

    Merryn’s here. Yes, 1/2 tablespoon of cold water + 1/2 teaspoon vanilla essence is enough to turn the crumbs into dough. Anything more than that will make it too sticky

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    AI LOON Reply:

    Hi Merryn

    Many thanks for your reply. Will try it out :)

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    Wow..they have many different expressions. :D

    Ethan is such a big boy already huh!

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    SO cute these doggie cookies!! Next on your agenda : Panda cookies!! Haha!

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    This puppy cookie is so famous in internet world, I saw everybody is baking this in forums & blogs :)

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    So cute. I want to make these cute doggies with Gwen during school holiday. :)

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    Seriously, they are so cute!

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    The first time I make this was a failure…ear and eyes also dropped off.

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    So so cute! Wish to try it lar. If only I have an oven. :(

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    Very cute doggie cookies. Haha very laku wor, the container left only a lonely doggie.

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    OMG! so cuteee!! i want to make this one too! so creative! :D

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    kyaaa… they are so cute ^^
    I want them on my lebaran cookies list :)
    I have a question about the chocolate rice. Is it ok to bake them? I’m afraid they would melt and ruin the cutie doggies. Or maybe you have any suggestion for the choco rice’s brand that we can use? Thanks in advance ^^

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    Merryn Reply:

    Hi Neva,

    It’s ok to bake the chocolate rice. Just remember not to touch them when they are fresh out of the oven. They’ll be okay once they cooled down. Any brand will do :)

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    Tried making this once…very tiring. You make sound so much fun! I like your doggies! They are so cute!

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    Merryn, the doggie cookies are so cute. So wonderful.

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    WAH I want this mummyyyyyy…

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    Hi,
    i would like to know that once you have decorated the doggies with chocolate chip for the nose, when you bake it wont it melt. hope to get a reply.

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    Merryn Reply:

    Hi Lisa,

    It wont melt, no worries. But remember not to touch it when it’s fresh out of the oven or you’ll smear them. Once it cools down, it will be alright :)

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    wonderful idea. I will try it out this weekend.

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    Hi, may I know how many cookies does this recipe yield? :) was thinking of baking these for my preschoolers.

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    What kind of texture is it?? Is it something like pineapple tarts??

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