The Freshman Cook: Chocolate Frosted Shortbread Bites

A few days ago I was a guest blogger, and I shared these wonderful Chocolate Frosted Shortbread Bites. Well, I wanted to share them with all of you also, so here they are!! These tiny cookies are the perfect little snack for mid morning or after school or pretty much any time! They have a deep buttery taste, and the little bit of chocolate provided a top layer of yummy  flavor! I know you are going to love these simple treats!

Chocolate Topped Shortbread Bites

(adapted from Wilton)

1 cup Butter

3/4 cup Sugar

1 teaspoon Vanilla Extract

2 1/2 cups Flour 2/3 cup Chocolate Chips-melted

Preheat your oven to 350 degrees.

Cream butter, sugar and vanilla together.
Add your flour and mix until dough is smooth.
 I used this silicone pan to make my bites.
Spray the pan with pan spray. 
You could also roll out the dough and
cut the dough into small squares before cooking.

I just eyeballed the size when I made these balls.

I made one, and then pressed it into the mold.

As long as it covers the bottom and is 1/8″ thick,

your cookies will be good.

I thought it was great that I was making 

24 cookies at one time!

Cook for 10-15 minutes or until light brown.

Don’t over cook. They will get very hard. Let cool. Melt your chocolate while your cookies are baking and cooling. Pipe a dollop of chocolate on top of each square. Let the chocolate set up a little. Enjoy! Thanks for joining me today!

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