How to make Pink brain cookies

There’s a very funny story behind this recipe I am about to share. You may be wondering why this recipe is called pink brain cookies . Okay let me get to the story. If you are in a hurry please use the table of content to scroll down to the recipe, thank you.

Inspiration for my recipes do come from different places. It could be from a particular cook book, a particular movie or just walking on the street. This particular recipe was gotten from a doughnut cookies I saw at the supermarket.

My mum and I were shopping this particular morning, we got few things like know chicken cube, flour, butter among other stuffs. As I was about to pick this lovely digestive cookies I love so much, I saw this lovely cookies. My mind goes Oh My God! I can try this. So I began picturing how the cookies would look in my mind. I also used the amateurs-cooking-steps and when I was ready I baked them.

Pink brain cookies recipe

  • 400 grams of flour
  • 60 grams of butter
  • 100 grams of sugar
  • Red food coloring
  • 2 Large eggs
  • Strawberry flavour

Ingredients

  • 400grams of flour

  • 60grams of butter

  • 100grams of sugar

  • Red food coloring

  • 2 large eggs

  • strawberry flavor

Steps involved in pink brain cookies

  1. Whisk your eggs
  2. Beat your butter
  3. Add sugar to your butter and mix
  4. Add whisked eggs to it
  5. Add two drops of strawberry flavor
  6. Add a drop of red food coloring ( a drop would give you pink)
    • If you are using a paste food coloring, use a tooth pick to touch the colour then dip the tooth pick in your mixture.
  7. Add your flour.
    • Make sure your batter isn’t too hard or too soft
  8. Refrigerate for one hour
  9. Use your cookie cutter to cut your desired shape
    • Mould your dough with your hand if you don’t have a cookie cutter
    • To get a real brain form, create lines along the cut dough or use a cookie brain cutter
  10. Bake for 15minutes
  11. Enjoy with a cold Watermelon juice

Why pink brain cookies

Okay I wasn’t planning on calling this cookie brain cookies but my little sister and I looked at it and we thought well it’s pink like brains. The fact that watching pinky and the brains while growing up may also be considered a factor. Though I didn’t end up with the lovely cookies I saw at the market, I am still grateful for the inspiration. That’s how we got the name. If you have a better name for the recipe, kindly drop your comments. What inspires you? Leave a comment.

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