Rose cookies with marshmallow buttercream filling

Thought it would nice to make something small and simple for Girl’s night 🙂

INGREDIENTS:

Cookies:

230gr butter

1/2 cups sugar

1 egg

2cups flour

1/2 cup milk (plus extra)

1/4 cups cocoa powder

Filling:

1cup marshmallow fluff

70 gr butter

1 cup icing sugar

Turn oven on 180°. Mix butter and sugar together till pale. Add the egg and the dry ingredients. Add milk. Add as much milk as needed. The dough is pretty stiff and if you need it to be softer to pipe it add more.

Put all in a piping bag with a star-rose tip.

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Pipe on a baking tray lined with parchment. To make a rose shape start piping from the centre of your (imaginary) cookie and then with a circular movement go around the piped centre.

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Put the roses in the oven for 8 minutes. Let them cool once out of the oven and pair them up. IMG_8216

In the meantime, make the buttercream filling. For the marshmallow you can either buy the fluff in a jar or make it yourself. to see how to make it check out my previous post 🙂

Beat the butter and the icing sugar together until combined then add the fluff. If you like to make stiffer, add icing sugar. Mine was kind of fluffy but quite liquid almost.

Put all in the buttercream in a piping bag. You don’t need a nozzle for this, just cut the bag and pipe in the cookies.

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And you should get this 🙂

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They look lovely 🙂 I put them in the fridge to make the cream firmer inside.  I would recommend to serve them when made. I left them in the fridge over night and they absorbed the cream moisture. Don’t get me wrong they were still really good 🙂

Enjoy. Ciao for now!! xox

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