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Cookies (Pate Sable)

June 02, 2021 2 min read

Multo™ by CookingPal® brings you the perfect cookie for holidays and special occasions with this pâte sablée recipe. These cookies are a sturdy, buttery shortbread-type with a wonderful crumbly mouthfeel. Follow the guided recipe to knead a sandy dough in no time!

How to make pâte sablée cookies with Multo™ by CookingPal®?

1. Mix ingredients.

Mixing frozen butter with flour is not an easy task, but thanks to the powerful Multo™ blade, the butter breaks into little pieces with no time and easily mixes with the other ingredients.

2. Knead dough.

Add the egg and let Multo™ continue to knead the dough to a perfect consistency.

3. Bake and enjoy!

Have buttery cookies ready within minutes!

Cooking tips and tricks

  • Do not skip the step of freezing dough before cooking. It may seem unnecessary, but this step helps to maintain the beautifully cut shapes of your cookies.
  • Almond flour can always be replaced with regular flour if needed, but it does help to get that sandy dough we all long for and a crunchy texture in each bite. If you do decide to replace the almond flour, do so with an equivalent amount of regular flour.

What are the variations of the cookies?

  • These cookies taste delicious on their own, but adding a filling or icing can give them color, beautiful presentation, and a pop of flavor. Use your favorite fruit jam to make cookie sandwiches or top with your favorite homemade icing recipe. For chocolate lovers, you can dip these cookies in dark chocolate for a bitter sweetness.

The final verdict on the pâte sablée cookies - how does it taste?

This recipe creates a buttery cookie ideal for holidays, parties, snacks, even teatime! They’re:
  • Crispy
  • Sugary
  • Crumbly
  • Rich
  • & Melt-in-your-mouth delicious!
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