[Ghibli] Totoro Character Cookies. Great recipe for [Ghibli] Totoro Character Cookies. I was test-baking these cookies to give them to a friend of mine who loves the Ghibli characters. They came out rather cute, so I thought that I should post the recipe.
Slump favourites lovingly created in icing atop a shaped cookie base that obviously look good enough to eat. "Hi! I'm YOH… From Totoro to Princess Mononoke, these are the Studio Ghibli characters that will stand the test of time.. mostly in the form of cookies. This information might be about you, your preferences. You can have [Ghibli] Totoro Character Cookies using 13 ingredients and 16 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of [Ghibli] Totoro Character Cookies
- Prepare of [Plain cookie dough] Refer to Miltie's recipe.
- It’s of ＊ Cake flour.
- It’s of ＊ Sugar.
- You need of ＊ Margarine.
- It’s of [Leaves].
- Prepare of spoonful which comes with the food coloring or a few drops ＊ Green food coloring.
- You need of [Soot Sprites].
- You need of ＊ Cocoa powder.
- Prepare of [Large Totoro].
- You need of ＊ Ground black sesame seeds.
- Prepare of ＊ Black sesame seeds.
- You need of [Eyes].
- You need of ＊ Chocolate chips.
From Totoro to Princess Mononoke, these are the Studio Ghibli characters that will stand the test of time.. mostly in the form of cookies. This information might be about you, your preferences. Some of the technologies we use are necessary for critical functions like security and site integrity, account authentication, security and privacy preferences, internal site usage and maintenance data, and to make the site work correctly for browsing and transactions.. Looking at Totoro has made people smile for decades, and unlike Mickey Mouse, he still doesn't feel especially corrupt or commercial.
[Ghibli] Totoro Character Cookies instructions
- Combine the cake flour and sugar, add and cream the margarine, then knead with your hands until the dough comes together..
- Divide the dough into 3 big pieces and 1 little piece (for the leaves). Add the coloring ingredients to each piece and knead the different colors of dough until the coloring is evenly distributed..
- Chill the dough in the freezer for about 5 minutes (it will be hard to form the dough if it is soft)..
- Soot Sprites! Roll out the cocoa cookie dough into circles. Use plain cookie dough to make two small circles for the eyes..
- Little Totoro! Roll out the plain cookie dough into an egg shape. Create 2 small triangles for the ears and 2 small circles for the eyes, and assemble them to make a little Totoro..
- Large Totoro! Roll out the black sesame cookie dough into an egg shape and make 2 small triangles for the ears. Assemble them to make a large Totoro..
- Roll out the plain cookie dough into 2 circles for the eyes and an oval shape for the belly, and place them on the large Totoro's body..
- Place pairs of 2 grains of black sesame seeds together on the belly and push them in to make the pattern as shown in the picture (3 on top and 4 at the bottom)..
- Place chocolate chips on the centers of the eyes of the Soot Sprites, Little Totoro, and Large Totoro..
- Make the green cookie dough into leaf shapes and place them on the heads of the Little Totoro and Large Totoro..
- Bake the dough in an oven preheated to 170℃ for 12-15 minutes and let cool..
- Adjust the baking time according to the oven manufacturer's recommendations. The plain dough was overdone at 15 minutes with my oven..
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Ghibli characters, at their best, convince audiences that the world is more whimsical and wonderful than we take it for. No one embodies this like the tanuki-cat-spirit-thing known as Totoro. Fandom Apps Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. My Neighbor Totoro's influence has been far-reaching—so much so that the titular character has appeared in TV series and films beyond Studio Ghibli. He was worked into episodes of South Park.