Chocolate Coated Chocolate cookies

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At last, I was separated with my house-maid. Now I am a maid-less lady who is doing all the household chores all alone from cleaning to cooking, from the groceries to draping up the kids and so on and so forth. My morning now starts at 5.00am and ends at 10.00pm. In between, I hardly get time to rest or relax down except those 2 hours when I go to pick up Miss Picky Pie from her school. I literally doze off like the aged persons may be keeping my mouth widely open and making a strange face, letting the breeze from the running car window playing the lullaby song in my ears(Yeww…How ugly I might be looked then..:P).

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I realised, owning a maid is a real luxury that we only understand when we don’t have them around. But on a silver note, I am also happy that after a decade my limbs got active, and within a few days, after doing all the chores I am feeling quite young again and started to gallop like a horse ;). I am getting a super-woman kind of feeling who can easily handle all the chores all alone. So in other hands, it is a boon in disguise. But since I have become so busy now I hardly get tome to click or blog. A constant thought process streams down and how I wish I could write down all those and it would turn into such a lovey fiction. I keep on playing with my chain of thoughts, but sadly don’t get a single moment to pen them down. The time I spend with my kids, those are so so precious to me. Nowadays I try to spend more time with my daughters. They are growing real fast and I don’t want to let go each moment to see them and their activities. Miss Picky Pie has her own world and stories. I patiently listen to her and laugh aloud together on some funny incidents. We study together, we cook together, we do lots of creative crafts together and feel our bonding is also getting stronger day by day. Miss Muddly Pie is growing bigger and matured each day. She is collecting many words to explain her wants. She will rush to me with the television remote and will indicate the Television shouting “BT !! BT !!”. She will tell her sister all the time to sit by her – “Bis !! Bis!!”. She will cry for “ABC”, that means to turn on the ABC rhymes on the tab. She is now one year six months old, but now she can follow all the instructions. And both the sisters have so many similarities that I often think that I am holding little Miss Picky Pie again. All their activities were almost same. It makes me so overwhelmed that I often get very emotional and don’t want to let the moment go from my hand. I have too curled in from the social life of mine just to give more time to my kids. Time is too short and so many things are happening, I want to enjoy each and every moment with them, growing old with them  and watch them growing in front of my eyes.

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One more thing that I love to enjoy with my kids is playing with chocolates. Either to make something with it or just enjoy eating them. I love to see the smudged chocolates all in their hands and face and they look so so cute. I often feel like licking actually most of the time I lick the chocolates from their faces as I bet, the taste of that chocolate can’t be better than anything else. Miss Picky Pie and decided the other day to give a try to some chocolate coated cookies. And the deal was made that Miss Picky would be making it. So here is a simple recipe for the kids who can enjoy making them. This Chocolate coated cookies were mostly my daughter had made except, I dealt with the measurements, putting in the cookies to the oven and melted the chocolates for her. But she had done the rest of the job under my observation. Hope you will too enjoy this recipe and try out with your kids.

Chocolate coated Chocolate Cookies
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    Servings Prep Time
    7 - 8 Cookies 10 Minutes
    Cook Time Passive Time
    15 Minutes 30 Minutes
    Servings Prep Time
    7 - 8 Cookies 10 Minutes
    Cook Time Passive Time
    15 Minutes 30 Minutes
    Chocolate coated Chocolate Cookies
    Print Recipe
      Servings Prep Time
      7 - 8 Cookies 10 Minutes
      Cook Time Passive Time
      15 Minutes 30 Minutes
      Servings Prep Time
      7 - 8 Cookies 10 Minutes
      Cook Time Passive Time
      15 Minutes 30 Minutes
      Ingredients
      For the Cookies
      For the Chocolate coat
      Servings: Cookies
      Instructions
      Make the Cookies
      1. Pre- heat the oven at 160 Degree C.
      2. MIx all the dry ingredients nicely. Add the butter and knead well. Then add the milk and turn it into a smooth dough.
      3. Take two A4 size parchment papers. Now take one parchment paper and put the dough on it. Shape the dough into a square shape with your hands. Put the other paper on the top of the dough and with a help of a rolling pin, roll flat till 1/4 inch thick.
      4. Take a knife. Cut off the uneven edges. Then cut it into 1"X 3" pieces. Don't discard the residue. You can shape it anything after your mind.
      5. Take a baking tray and place the cookies along with parchment paper placed below. Bake for 15 minutes. Then take them out and Cool them
      Coat with chocolate
      1. Melt the white chocolate either using a double boiler method or in a Microwave. If using Microwave becareful that you should not over heat the chocolate. First go for 30 seconds on high and then 5 seconds till it gets completely melted. Don't forget to stir it in every 5 seconds.
      2. Now take the cookies and dip in the white chocolate giving a nice chocolate coat. Place it on the parchment paper.
      3. Now melt the dark chocolate and milk. Mix well. Scoop the chocolate with a spoon and drizzle it on the white coat of the cookies. Put them in the refrigerator for half hour and let your kids enjoy these goodies.
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