Salted Dark Chocolate Shortbread

January 25, 2016 at 2:00 AM 3 comments

Salted Dark Chocolate Shortbread

Marrying someone with Scottish blood ensures one thing – you will have tea and biscuits in your cupboards. I was never a huge shortbread fan, but these mini salted dark chocolate cookies have changed my mind! Since I have no will power when it comes to anything involving chocolate, these cookies have been reserved for days when we are expecting guests. Otherwise, I fear I would consume the whole batch myself…

Salted Dark Chocolate Shortbread

If you have been blessed with a stronger will power than myself, feel free to bake a batch and nibble on with a cup of tea or coffee. By using a mini cookie cutter you can create bit size treats to satisfy your sweet cravings.

Salted Dark Chocolate Shortbread

Feeling generous? Then you can even package up a few cookies to give to a friend or neighbor. I guarantee you will score major friend points with these cookies!

Salted Dark Chocolate Shortbread

Salted Dark Chocolate Shortbread

Shortbread Recipe

Finishing Touches:

  • Once cool, dip your shortbread cookie into melted dark chocolate
  • Lay on a non-stick surface
  • Sprinkle with coarse sea salt
  • Let harden before serving

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3 Comments Add your own

  • 1. chef mimi  |  February 7, 2016 at 8:59 PM

    They’re beautiful! I’ve never been fond of shortbread as well, so I’ll have to try your recipe!

    • 2. sjbreunig  |  February 7, 2016 at 9:30 PM

      Thanks, Mimi! You have to try the recipe! I found it difficult not to eat them all myself:)

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