How To Make Rose Cookies

In every meal we look forward to the dessert -or at least I do- and we never want a boring cookie, as delicious as they may be. Recently, my aunt came to stay with us, and she completely loves baking, so I asked if I could write an article about one of her desserts, and she agreed. Here’s a step to step guide on how to make delicious rose cookies. Desserts will never be boring after this!


  • Sugar (120 g)
  • Cottage cheese (250 g)
  • 2 eggs
  • Vanilla (10 g)
  • Baking powder (one teaspoon)
  • Flour (400 g)
  • Margarine (100 g)

First, put your cottage cheese in a bowlimg_20160915_121140

Then, add 100 grams of margarine20160907_133019

Add your vanilla powder20160907_133215

Add only the yolks of both eggs20160907_133427


Add 120 grams of sugar20160907_133652

Add 400 grams of flour20160907_134049

Add baking powder20160907_134222

Mix until everything is even2016-09-15 12.22.30 1.jpg

Spread out your dough, and using a cup (or cookie cutters) make as many circles as you can (it would help you to do them in threes)2016-09-15 12.22.25 1.jpg

Put one of the circle dough halfway on another circle, and do one on top of it (so three circles on top of each other)2016-09-15 12.22.24 1.jpg

Now roll them from the circle on the bottom to the highest

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Do this until you have used up all your dough (or almost all)

Cut the rolled dough in half, you will notice it looks like a rose

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Now, put them in the oven at 180 degrees for 20 minutes20160907_141907

And you’re done! You can now enjoy your non-boring, delicious dessert!20160907_144608

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Article by Nigina Ilkhomova

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