Sweet cookies remedy – How to enjoy the cookies without ruining their flavor
Have you ever found the perfect cookie recipe and nailed the execution but the sugar turns out to be a tad more than you can handle?
Don’t worry, here is how I savaged my readily made cookies after they cooled down:
Traditionally not even Santa can turn down the combination of milk and cookies. This is because milk does not alter or change the flavors you have worked so hard to put into your cookies. The flavors of the cookie melt in your mouth almost instantly and the bonus of the combo milk wash down the sugar content. You can either use warm or cold milk.
2. Dessert topping
Put a few cookies in a ziplock bag, crush them by beating them with something hard. Then sprinkle on top of your dessert, I love adding cookie crumble to my custard. It doesn’t alter the flavor or increase sweetness, it just adds a nice crunch to your dessert. If you cook with a child, they will love crushing these and it helps them release some anger or point out what areas are frustrating them since they talk whilst doing it.
3. Tea or coffee
When cookies are very sweet, they also go well with tea. This is because your taste buds will crave sweetness after that bitter coffee or tea kicks in.
4. Delay serving
After a couple of days, my cookies were not as sweet as the day I made them. It’s like part of the sugar just walked out of our relationship lol. I have no explanation of how this happened or why it happened, I’m yet to find out and when I do, I will let you know.
So this is how I saved my cookies and enjoyed them until they were finished. I hope it helps with yours.