a plate of the finished viennese whirls, yum! I'm thinking about put a dab of jam on one underside of a cookie, (the flat side), peanut butter on another. Sandwiching them together and dipping in chocolate to hold it together :)
If you watched the Great British Bake Off last week, you'll have seen the group of bakers tackling Viennese Whirls with mixed results. I watched them myself, thinking that it looked pretty difficult. Actually, they are fairly easy if you tackle them with confidence! In today's post, I am going to show you how I got on with making Viennese Whirls, give you a recipe adapted from The Hairy Bikers and give you some top tips for trying it yourself. So, if you are wondering how to make Viennese Whirls and need a recipe, keep reading!
Espresso and Butterscotch Viennese Whirls - Melt in your mouth buttery shortbread, flavoured with freshly brewed espresso, sandwiched together with homemade butterscotch sauce and espresso buttercream. The delicate cookies are full of flavour, quick and easy to make and taste absolutely divine. Once you try the flavours of coffee and butterscotch together, you'll wonder why you've never tried it before!