There is a lot of butter in cookies, the main component of butter is fat, its content is about 90%.
The rest is mainly water, cholesterol, but also contains a variety of fat-soluble vitamins, so it is still nutritious.
In addition, butter is rich in amino acids, protein, various vitamins and minerals, as well as vitamins, fatty acids, glycosylated neurophospholipids, cholesterol and other ingredients.
It can supplement a lot of nutrients for the development of the body and bones, and is a rare health food for teenagers.
Copper is an indispensable micronutrient for human health, which plays an important role in the development and function of blood, central nervous system and immune system, hair, skin and bone tissue, brain, liver and heart.
Butter is also rich in this nutrient element!
The shelf life of cookies varies depending on the formula, operation, raw materials, packaging and so on.
The shelf life of bags is generally one year, and that of bulk ones is only 3-4 months.
You can eat cookies with coffee or red wine.
1. Chardonnay is paired with oatmeal raisin cookies.
Oats are commonly used in making cookies. Its exquisite baking aroma can enhance the flavor of a wine and become more round at the same time.
It will be more obvious when paired with chardonnay and Pinot Noir.
The raisins on the cookies are paired with the fruity aromas of the wine, and the tropical fruit aromas of chardonnay wines in mild climates are very suitable.
The round, creamy taste of the wine goes well with the smooth and chewy texture of the cookies.
In addition, the texture of cookies can also support the complexity and fullness of high-quality chardonnay.
2. The round texture of Cabernet Sauvignon with dark chocolate or espresso cookies reduces the bitterness of dark chocolate or espresso, and you can feel the sweetness behind the bitterness when you taste it carefully.
This cookie should be paired with strong and full-bodied wines, such as Cabernet Sauvignon.
In cookies, the fat of chocolate, the fullness of butter and the sweetness of brown sugar all tame the abundant tannins in Cabernet Sauvignon, making it smooth and pleasant.
3. Pinot Noir with oatmeal Chocolate Cookies (or with chopped walnuts), compared with the bitterness of Black Chocolate Cookies, oat Chocolate Cookies has more complexity and sweetness.
The roundness of oats gives a hint of elegance to the lively finish.
Such cookies are a perfect match for exquisite Pinot Noir.
If it is paired with a higher quality Pinot Noir, some chopped walnuts can be added to the cookies to match the mushrooms in the wine and the smell of the forest surface.