“It’s that melt-in-the-mouth butter cookies…”
Yes, you are right. It’s that in-trend butter cookie making. My copycat of “the copycat (of) Jenny bakery cookies” from a blog which I happened to chance upon one day. I have not tried the original Jenny bakery cookie yet, and had no intention to ‘challenge’ this popular bake. I just thought the recipe shared in this blog, JoyMadeThese (thank you) looked really easy to make, with just simple ingredients needed. So, I baked.
I made only the original butter flavor for a start. True enough, the texture of these butter cookies were light and crispy, enough to melt in your mouth. It wasn’t too sweet. So, if you prefer sweeter cookies, I would suggest increasing sugar to 80g instead of the asking 50g. This recipe also asked for 200g of butter of Golden Churn brand, and I followed. I liked the strong aroma of the butter from the cookies which might seemed deceivingly heavy for the palate if eaten, but the fact was, it wasn’t. I found the buttery flavor just fine. There was also noticeable hint of saltiness in it, probably by the amount of this butter added, and thus, making it not the usual sweet-sweet cookie types. I liked.