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Tuesdays with Dorie (Dorie’s Cookies): Strawberry Shortcake Cookies

Dorie Greenspan strawberry shortcake cookies on eatlivetravelwrite.comThis week’s Tuesdays with Dorie recipe from Dorie’s Cookies is a fun take on a strawberry shortcake that I absolutely loved (because it was delicious but also because it was minified 🙂 )

Dorie says:

These are the kind of cookies that make you want to check that there’s champagne in the fridge […] The base is a very French whole-egg sponge cake (called a génoise), which, when baked in a muffin tin, comes out cute as a button: a featherweight puff for a dab of strawberry compote (an optional but terrific addition), a ring of rose-flavored whipped cream and a crown of sliced fresh berries. These are beautiful and as good as they look.

(also, any “cookie” or dessert that makes me want to check that there’s champagne in the fridge is my kinda dessert!)

These were very easy to make and I had them on hand over the course of a weekend when they they were served as dessert at lunch with a friend, an afternoon tea treat for my neighbours and just as regular dessert for us. I made a half batch and it made nine tiny shortcakes. Dorie’s recipe calls for topping the cakes with rose-flavoured whipped cream (I just used plain), some strawberry compote (I didn’t use this) and some fresh strawberries. It really is the most perfectly simple dessert that looks so fancy (again, my kind of dessert!). The only slightly tricky part is making sure you whip the sugar and eggs long enough and that they are at room temperature (this makes it possible for the mixture to triple in volume and give the cake a light and airy texture) but apart from that this is a great dessert to make in advance – you can make the cakes the day before and assemble the dessert an hour or so before you need it – actually, I left mine in the fridge for a few hours and they were fine – bringing them out to wow your guests at dessert time! I’ll definitely be making these again!

Top tip: I used a small cookie scoop to top the cakes with cream instead of a piping bag and it was so much easier (less mess and less fuss!).

 

Get the recipe for Dorie Greenspan’s Strawberry Shortcake Cookies on page 322 of Dorie’s Cookies.

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7 Responses to Tuesdays with Dorie (Dorie’s Cookies): Strawberry Shortcake Cookies

  1. Cakelaw May 15, 2018 at 07:17 #

    Your shortcakes look delightful. I thought they tasted devine.

  2. Ryan May 15, 2018 at 12:08 #

    Your Strawberry Shortcake Cookies look perfect!! How did you manage to pop the “cookies” out of the muffin tins without destroying the sides?

  3. Ren May 15, 2018 at 12:27 #

    Delicious looking dessert – I think I’ll make these for my daughter’s upcoming Communion party as they will be perfect!

  4. Diane Zwang May 15, 2018 at 20:14 #

    I am glad that this one is simple. I am looking forward to making these at the end of the month.

  5. Summer May 16, 2018 at 11:59 #

    They look so good that I want to make them too and have champagne on hand too. Lovely photos.

  6. steph (whisk/spoon) May 17, 2018 at 12:32 #

    such cuties! i liked putting this one together (and eating them!)

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