ace sandwich cookies are a sensational combination of extra crispy delight and super creamy and silky chocolate ganache, yummy! Now, who can resist that? I know I can’t!
What are Lace Cookies?
Today I’m making simple chocolate lace sandwich cookies. Now, what are lace cookies in the first place – you ask? Lace cookies, also known as tuile cookies, or Florentines, are very thin, delicate and crispy cookies that resemble lace. If you want to learn more, I have a whole post about , but for now, let me just say that these cookies, apart from few basic ingredients, always contain larger quantity of sugar than most cookie recipes! Because of that additional sugar, they are exceptionally crispy! Now, as you can imagine, because of that crispness, lace cookies are often combined with creamy desserts like , ice cream, or ! That way, we can create a sweet treat that melts and crunches in your mouth at the same time. Yummy!
How to Make Lace Cookies?
Unlike the dough for most cookies, the batter for lace cookies is somewhat liquid, so make sure that you spread it very thinly onto a parchment paper! Then, bake for a couple of minutes, and once they become golden around the edges, they are done!
Interesting thing is – while lace cookies are still hot, you can bend and shape them as you like, and when they cool down, they will hold their shape and become crispy. Voila – extra crispy delight is done!
How to Make Lace Sandwich Cookies
To make lace sandwich cookies, I need my cookies to be flat, so I won’t shape them this time. That way once my cookies cools down, I will be able to fill and sandwich them.
Now, today I’m making two kinds of lace cookies – the almond and orange ones, and – with additional chocolate! There can never be too much chocolate, right? I’m glad that we agree on that, because I will fill my lace cookies with amazing silky chocolate ganache! A pure chocolate bonanza! Yumm!
How to Make Silky Chocolate Ganache?
Now, why is my silky ganache so special? Well, ganache I’m making today is a bit different than . Today, I’m gonna make lighter ganache, with 2:1 cream to chocolate ratio, and to stabilize it, I will add one gelatin leaf. The result will be a delicious, creamy, silky chocolate ganache, only a bit lighter that “normal” ganache! You just have to try and tell me how you like it! OK, let’s make some simple chocolate lace sandwich cookies!
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