Italian Breakfast Cream Biscuits/Cookies

Cookies for breakfast? Something sweet for breakfast? This is always a great surprise: the typical Italian breakfast is with milk, coffee, cappuccino and a brioche, bread and jam or biscuits. If you look on the shelves of the supermarkets you will find a great selection of breakfast biscuits/cookies. In the hotels you will often find the so-called Continental Breakfast, which also includes savory, eggs, cheese and cold cuts but in Italian homes and bars you will find more sweet things for breakfast. Here are our  cream biscuits/cookies.

 Ingredients for 40 cookies

250 gr. of flour 00/all purpose/plain flour

120 gr. of granulated sugar

100 gr. of butter

1 egg

1 dl of  cream 

1 pinch of salt

8 gr. of baking powder

Soften the butter.

Put the softened butter and the sugar in a large bowl and work them with a wooden spoon, an electric whisk or a fork .

Add the egg and mix it perfectly with the butter and sugar mixture.

Add the fresh cream (without whipping it) and a pinch of salt.Finally, add the sifted flour and baking powder and mix everything perfectly with a wooden spoon. 

Put the dough to rest in the fridge for about 1 hour.

Take the dough back, flour the table and hands well and create cords thick like a finger.

 Cut 10 cm cords and shape them like a ring.

Place the cream biscuits on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper, spacing them between them and bake them in a preheated oven at 180 °/350F for about 18 minutes (remember that times depend a lot on the type of oven).

Let the cream biscuits cool on a wire rack and wait until they are perfectly cooled before storing them

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