Ria's Collection: MELTING MOMENTS

Sunday, December 13, 2009


This is a season of baking at home and I LOVE it! I was alone at home the other day and had absolutely lots to do  nothing to do :) So I thought of browsing through my 3rd book fat recipe collection diary. And that's when I came across a recipe which my cousin shared with me.

Me and Roshini, we talk only about food.Every text message that we send across has food as the main topic :) And when I went to stay with her in September we had a blast trying out new stuff :) Well, is this season all about being nostalgic? Maybe, yes...after all it's a month of family get-togethers!
So here is the recipe that she shared with me and I am so thankful for that! It was really worth noting it down :)

Recipe source :Roshini who in fact got it from Good Housekeeping 

Egg yolk-1
Vanilla extract-1/2 tsp
Cornflakes, crushed-for coating


  • Pre-heat the oven to 180 degrees.
  • Beat butter and sugar. Add in the egg yolk& vanilla extract and beat well.
  • Add the flour and gently gather it together to form a ball.
  • Divide them into 15 portions.
  • Roll them on crushed cornflakes and bake for 20-22 mins.
  • Cool them on wire racks and store in an air-tight container.

The name might sound odd during winters but this cookies definately creates a summer in your mouth :D It truly lives upto it's name :)
Hope y'all had a very pleasant weekend!

I am sending this post as an entry to Susan's  Eat Christmas Cookies Season 3 event. You can check here for the round up!


Divya Kudua said...

Cookies coated with cornflakes..hmm crispy crunchy and melt in the mouth..what more do you need???

Tina said...

Wow yummyyyyyy....Etho bakery yil chenna pole undu..Kazhikkan thonunnu...So crispy and tempting....

Twinsy Rachel said...

a must-try recipe as my MM usually has cornflour n no egg (adapted from Joy of Cooking n it tastes more or less like a nan kattai).. Am gonna try this n let u know, ketto... oh btw, the offer for Tiramisu is not keeping me here at home :) my feet r itching to travel to kannur :)))

Parita said...

Delicious cookies Ria..so crunchy!

Finla said...

Wow they look beautiful andlove the new look of the blog.

Susan from Food Blogga said...

Hi Ria! What a charming blog you have here. And those cookies look lovely! Thanks so much. :)

♥Sugar♥Plum♥Fairy♥ said...

Just found u thru the gorgeous Susan of food blogga and u've got a v interesting site here...lovely recipes...
Where do u get ur dutch coco powder in india from?
and ur chocolate bikkis are lovely-what chocolates are those?

Suja Manoj said...

Cookies looks yummy,crispy and delicious..must have tasted great.

Rachu said...

First time here Ria.. must say along with the beautiful bakes, the pictures are great too..glad to follow you.


Chinnu Ann Joy said...

Easy peasy yet super tasty

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