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chocolate sablés


When I first saw Amy of u Try.It made this Chocolate Sablés one month ago, I immediately knew I've to try it. I really love this chocolate cookies that just melt in the mouth with a slight bitter and strong Valrhona cocoa powder flavour.  Just like Amy said I just can't stop popping these yummy cookies into my mouth too! Please check on Amy's recipe with pictorials

  


chocolate sablés

     Ingredients:
     2 cups All purpose flour - 280g
     6 tbsp Valrhona cocoa powder - I only used 35g
     10oz Butter, room temperature - 285g
     1 cup Icing sugar - 120g
     a pinch of salt
     1/2 tsp Instant coffee granulate, dissolved in 1 teaspoon of hot water)
     4 tbsp Egg whites, lightly beaten
     1/2 cup Chocolate chips (topping the cookies and some to snack on)

      Method:
  • Preheat oven to 350F (175C). Line baking sheet with baking sheet, set aside.
  • Prepare a pastry bag fitted with a large swirl/star tip (Wilton 1M), set aside.
  • Sieve flour and cocoa powder together, set aside.
  • Beat the butter, icing sugar and salt at medium speed until light and fluffy.
  • Then add the coffee mixture and egg white and beat until well incorporated. Scrape down the sides of the bowl with a rubber spatula as needed.
  • Turn mixer on low and slowly add in the dry ingredients. Mix until just combined and transfer the dough to the prepared pastry bag.
  • Pipe dough onto prepared baking sheet and top with a piece of chocolate chip in the middle of each dough and bake for about 12 minutes.



Enjoy!


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  1. These are wonderful cookies and I love the photos!

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  2. 好美味的巧克力西饼。看来也是送礼的佳品。 very good!

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    1. Joceline, 我觉得在情人节或圣诞节送朋友最适合,不过喜欢吃的活,什么时候做都可以,对吗?

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  3. This is very nice and i love everything to do with chocolates....

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  4. 这样的小饼干,很容易让人犯罪,因为会吃不停口,哈哈哈哈!

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  5. Your cookies looks great. Thank you so much for the shout out and trying my chocolate sables recipe! :) I love that you use 2-tone chocolate chips for color contrast. I'm so glad you love these cookies as much as I do. Have a wonderful week. Happy baking!

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    1. Amy, Thank you very much for sharing this yummy recipe. Really addictive, everyone at home loved it!

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  6. Can't help drooling over these lovely choco cookies. Beautiful pictures!

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    1. Thanks Cheah. Just a reminder, if you don't like bitter cookies, you can reduce the cocoa powder a little or increase the sugar if you prefer.

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    1. Angel dear, all my readers including you are my sweet heart :)♥♥♥

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  8. Ann , these cookies looks fabulous ! Made some chocolate sablés before and it's quiet addictive ! lol The presentation itself is worth drooling for :D

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    1. Anne, you made it before? I was thinking to try some of your ice cream that I've bookmarked but I'm quite busy lately. Some other time OK?

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  9. this is such a lovely cookies! who can resist chocolate cookies especially with such a beautiful flower shape :)

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    1. Ah Tze, How is your kitchen? Hope it will up for baking and cooking soon.
      Your piping skills are also superb :)

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  10. I absolutely love sales and always prefer them than typical cookies. Your chocolate sables look so delicious and the packaging looks so cute too!

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  11. Ann, i'm your silent yet loyal reader.
    Really glad that you're back!
    May i know where can we get Valrhona in malaysia?
    Take care and thanks :)

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    1. Hi KC,

      Thank you very much for your support.
      I don't think Valrhona is available in Malaysia because I remember Sonia of Nasi Lemak Lover bought it when she was in S'pore last year.
      You can get it at Sunlik S'pore.

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  12. They look wonderful! I think I've got to try.it too :-)

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  13. oh wow...nice little cutie choc sables. I saw you pack it nicely ..is that for me? hehe...!!

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    1. Li Shuan, Sure. I'll pack a bigger one for you :)

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  14. Totally evil to put this in front of this early in the morning!!

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    1. hahaa... how about a cup of coffee for you :D

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  15. Yummy! I think I will love this recipe too, wanna bake this :)

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  16. Gosh, I love Chocolates & these are yummy! Lovely presentation :)

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  17. Chocolate yum! Glad you're good and back!

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  18. they are so pretty and beautiful presentation! make great gifts too!

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  19. Is there such a thing as too many chocolate cookies? These are gorgeous and I'm so glad you and your yummy photos are back. Hope you are enjoying the weekend.
    -Gina-

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  20. wow - they look very chocolatey. Pass them here please :-)

    Love the little box you've made too. Yet another of your recipes I'll need to try !

    Hope you are feeling much better x

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    1. Thanks Sarah! No problem, I can give you the whole batch♥:)

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  21. Finally you are back to baking !! :)
    I realise you are such a perfectionist ! Not only have you made each of the cookies looking so beautifully, you have them presented in such lovely looking boxes !! Very nice ! May I know where you get those boxes from ??

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    1. Hi Joyce, thank you very much for your compliment :)
      You can get the boxes at Daiso.
      Happy Baking!

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  22. Beautiful cookies Ann, would love to try these for CNY next year lol!

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  23. Ann..those look so delicious and on top of it adorable! Love the packs and presentation on your beautiful photos! Well done as always!

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  24. eileen@hundred eighty degreesMay 29, 2012 at 3:42 PM

    Nice click!

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  25. very suitable to bake this cookie during CNY wo, yum!

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  26. Ann is very naughty, 1 month ago was your resting time! By the way, these cookies look really delicious! I like most type of the butter cookies that will melt to mouth when eating. I've 1 recipe on hand which I would like to try becoz it gives me special memories! Once I've done it, I'll share with you. Good night!

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  27. my goodness! those are so pretty and look like tiny flowers...i can't wait to try these :D

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  28. Ann, you chocolate cookies look and must taste so delicious. Love the recipe, and the photos, and those yummy little chips that I have not seen in our stores. I want to pin this on Pinterest for my "chocolate loves" board!

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  29. wow I am in chocolate cookie heaven! These look gorgeous.

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  30. they are perfect! I'm so glad you did it- now I am going to pin it and hopefully make it soon too!

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  31. pretty pretty pretty and love the tip on the coffee, always makes the chocolate pop! Thanks for sharing these

    Dave at eRecipeCards.com

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  32. Really feel like giving it a bite!;D

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  33. Ann, I love all the choice of chocolate goodies that you share here with us! What lovely cookies.

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