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Milk Filled Cookie Cups Tut by claremanson Milk Filled Cookie Cups Tut by claremanson
Cookies and milk with a twist

making of my milk filled cookie cups in pictures :)

my shortbread Cookie recipe [link] though any recipe that doesn't rise too much should work.

Roll then cut out some large circles of cookie dough to fit into into muffin/cupcake trays. (Makes 6-7 cups)

Gently push the dough into the mold with fingers or a wooden spoon then gently cut of the excess dough with a sharp knife (you can use this excess dough to repair any holes that may appear during this process)

Throughout baking check cookies frequently. If they start to rise gently pat down bottom and edges with a spoon, this you may have to do a few times.

Once completly cooled you can remove the cookie cps by gently tapping on the base of the muffin tray.

Melt a 200g bar of chocolate (any flavour) then with a spoon starting from the top sides of the cookies, as the chocolate will start to drip down into the base, completely seal the insides of the cups, ,make sure there are no holes, even a small hole will cause a leak (trust me!)

Once the chocolate has compeltly set and some nice ice cold milk or milkshakes (the colder the better to keep the chocolate firm)

I had the milk in the cups for at least 30 minutes before consuming so as long as you do seal them properly they will hold together no problem.

Final results [link] and [link]

(Sorry for the rushed look of this tutorial, i am very busy at the moment, i will try and get back to this at a laterdate to improve its appearance)
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:iconsorbetberry:
lol apparently these are trendy now?? xD you did it before it was cool~
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claremanson 5 days ago  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Really? xD
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:iconfjodor:
Your gallery is really interesting! :aww:
These look delicious! I should try to make them sometime!
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claremanson Dec 15, 2012  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
thank you :)
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:iconsorbetberry:
how creative!!! looks absolutely delicious too :'D
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claremanson Nov 14, 2012  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
thank you they were great fun :)
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:iconsorbetberry:
no problem!
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marlowespirals Feb 26, 2012
Another easy way to do a similar thing is to flip the muffin pan upside down and put the cookie batter on the outside. I've found it's quite easy to get them very thin and nice-looking - but that works better for putting light desserts or ice-cream in. It would probably break if you tried to pick it up like a cup! And there are even some special pans designed for it.
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claremanson Feb 26, 2012  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
These needed to be very thick to be used as a cup. i do it the other way for when i am doing a dessert that needs a spoon but it all depends what i am filling it with.
i didn't know there are special pans for it, i have never heard of that before, do you know what they are called?
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marlowespirals Feb 26, 2012
[link]

They look like this! They're quite pretty. :)
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