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No Bake Pinwheel Cookies

I came to know about the sad and sudden demise of Jaysree Satish of Kailas Kitchen though I do not know her personally I felt saddened after reading Aparna's and Priya's post and wanted to participate in remembering Jayasree. May her soul rest in peace and I pray that her family gets the strength to endure the pain of losing her so suddenly...


                                                            Image Source: Lata-Raja

I made Jayashree's No bake pinwheel cookies as a tribute to her.



Recipe:
Marie Biscuit: 1 pkt.
Cocoa Powder: 2 tbsp.
Powdered Sugar: 5 tbsp.
Butter: 2 Tbsp
Milk: 4 tbsp.

Filling:
Cream butter and sugar, keep this aside.

Method:
Add the marie biscuits in the mixer grinder and powder them fine, I like to seive them also.
Mix in cocoa powder and 2 tbsp powdered sugar and make into a dough by adding milk.
Roll out the dough into a rectangle shape. Spread the filling evenly. Leave some space at the edge.
Now, roll from one end to form a log shape. Make sure you roll it really tight and seal any cracks as you roll.
Cover the log in butter paper or aluminum foil and refrigerate for 2-3 hours.
Cut into 1 inch pinwheel cookies and serve.

Comments

  1. This post made me tearing & shocking....May her soul rest in peace...

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  2. My heart goes out to her family who'll be missing her.Awesome gesture by you for presenting this beautifully...

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  3. Thank you for making such lovely pinwheels. It warms my heart to know that she is loved so much.

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  4. This is a very nice gesture Nisa...Feel so sorry for her family who have to bear this loss...
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  5. It's very sweet of you and write a post tributes to her. Your pinwheel cookies look beautiful!

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