October 16, 2010

Domo TKOs

I'm not too sure why, but I find Domo-kun absolutely adorable. So, it was bound to happen that I'd bake something Domo-themed. In case you don't know who or what Domo-kun (どーもくん) is, he's the mascot of NHK, a Japanese TV station. He's a brown, fuzzy, rectangular creature with a perpetually open mouth who apparently hatched from an egg, and he appears in short stop-motion segments on NHK.


I got the idea to make some sort of Domo chocolate cookie, but it couldn't just be any old cookie. And then it hit me, why not Domo-fy TKOs? TKOs, Thomas Keller Oreos, are what I think of as a grown-up's Oreo. They're rich and decadent with salted chocolate wafers sandwiched around a creamy white chocolate ganache center. And so I did just that, giving a playful makeover to the fancy adult treat.


*Edited 1/30/2011: To all of you who want an alternative dough to work with, try Domo Icebox Cookies. The dough is easier to work with, and they aren't sandwich cookies. But, of course, they're equally cute!

Domo TKOs
adapted from The Essence of Chocolate

Brown Dough
1 cup + 2 tbsp flour
1/2 cup sugar
1/2 cup cocoa powder
2/3 of 1/2 tsp baking soda
1 tsp salt
10 tbsp butter, cut into 3/4" cubes, room temperature

Red Dough
1/2 cup + 1 tbsp flour
1/4 cup sugar
1/3 of 1/2 tsp baking soda
1/2 tsp salt
5 tbsp butter, cut into 3/4" cubes, room temperature
a few drops red food coloring
 
Filling
1/4 cup + 2 tbsp heavy cream
8 oz. white chocolate, chopped

To make the filling, bring the heavy cream to a boil. Remove from heat and add the white chocolate. Wait 1 minute, then whisk the chocolate and cream together until even. Then set it aside to let it thicken for 6 hours at room temperature or for less time in the fridge.

First for the brown colored dough, mix the flour, cocoa powder,sugar, baking soda, and salt together. Add the butter and incorporate it into the dry ingredients until it comes together as a dough. Gather it in a ball, wrap it in plastic wrap, and refrigerate it for 10 minutes.

For the red dough, mix together the flour, sugar, baking soda, and salt. Incorporate the butter with a spatula and then add the food coloring, mixing just until no more red streaks remain. Gather the dough and refrigerate for 10 minutes.

Shaping the Dough

Take some of the brown dough and make it into a rectangular prism so that the short sides measure 1 1/4 x 3/4" and place it so the longer edge (1 1/4") is parallel with your table. Next take a red piece of dough and make a rectangular prism with 3/4 x 1/2" short sides. Center this red rectangular strip on top of your first brown one with the longer edge (3/4") touching the brown dough.

Then make two narrow rectangular prisms with the brown dough with the short sides measuring 3/4 x 1/4". Place them on both sides of the red rectangular piece of dough with the shorter edge (1/4") touching the brown base. Finally, make another brown rectangular prism with the short side measuring 3/4 x 1/4". Place that prism on top of the red prism and between the other two narrow brown prisms.

Now smooth away the lines between the dough pieces and round the corners of your large rectangular prism. I find it easier to repeat this whole process multiple times with all of the dough to ensure that the shape of the mouth doesn't get distorted by working with too much dough at once. Once finished, wrap the shaped dough in plastic wrap and refrigerate till firm, around 30 minutes.

When ready to bake, preheat the oven to 350°F. Take the dough out from the fridge and slice it into 1/8-inch pieces, placing them onto parchment lined baking sheets. Bake them for 12 minutes. Let them cool on the sheets for 5 minutes, then transfer them to a cooling rack.

Once the cookies are totally cool, they can be filled. First pair up all your cookies by size. Only one cookie in each pair will need to be decorated (since the other cookie will be the bottom of the sandwich). Place the white chocolate ganache in a piping bag. Take one cookie from a pair and pipe a bit of filling in the center. Place the other cookie on top and carefully press the cookies together to spread out the filling to the edges. Repeat with the rest of the cookies.

Decorating Domo Cookies
bittersweet chocolate
black food coloring
white chocolate
toothpicks


Melt the bittersweet chocolate. Add a little bit of black food coloring and mix till evenly blended. Take a toothpick and dot on eyes on the cookies. Next, melt some white chocolate. Trace the top and bottom edge of the red mouth on the cookie with the white chocolate. Then make four teeth on the top edge and four teeth on the bottom edge of the cookie. Repeat with the rest of the cookies. Serve immediately, or if not, keep refrigerated so the cookies stay crisp and let return to room temperature when ready to serve.

P.S. Heart Shaped TKOs (for extra dough)

104 comments:

  1. aghhhh so cute! i love the pictures!

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  2. I'm making these immediately for my boyfriend!!

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  3. Adorable & great tutorial. Love them,

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  4. Wow that's a lot of effort but they're so cute! I agree, Domo-kun is adorable! <3

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  5. I love domo-kun, YOU ARE MY HERO! These are amaaaaazing!

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  6. I love Domo and I LOVE these cookies!

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  7. Love the Domo-kun cookies. I should make some for my husband!

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  8. These are absolutely adorable!

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  9. Having lived in Japan let me assure you, you could make an absolute killing with a bakery that sold nothing but these cookies. AMAZINGLY cute. The instruction illustrations totally made this post, too. Phenomenal job!!

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  10. Just amazing. Totally gonna make this for my boyfriend and my friend for her birthday. They are totally in love with domo:) thank for the clear instructions. With some modifications, i think a christmas domo is totally possible too. :)
    By the way, wanted to clarify. For the teeth, do we pipe the four teeth on top on top of the previously drawn line, or do we form the teeth by using a toothpick to shape from the line? Thanks!

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  11. i can't wait to try them!!!!!! i have been freaking out about what to give my sister for her birthday, she loves domo and she loves cookies so this is just GENIUS!thank you thank you for this idea X

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  12. Absolutely LOVE this! I Love Domo!

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  13. I LOVE these. Freaking adorable and super tutorial, you rock!!

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  14. Steph, Lora, leaf(theindolentcook), alexandtheweb, pookiepantry, Ivy, ♥, Jackie: Thanks! Domo <3!

    Elise & Roxie: Yes, definitely make them!

    Bravetart: Thank you! That would be so cool, a bakery that sold only Domo cookies.

    Rachel: You totally read my mind! I was totally contemplating a Christmas Santa Domo for December. The four teeth are in a step after the line. The line is used to cover up cleanly the division between the red and brown dough. I just realized that my image isn't too clear, thanks for asking!

    ruby_rhubarb: Yay no prob, sounds like a cool gift!

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  15. Hey!!! I'm planning to try these out and I was wondering what do you mean exactly by 10 T butter?

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  16. I love love love Domo too! And I love the TKOs! I always get one whenever I have a chance to stop by a Bouchon. I absolutely love your cookies. They are so cute!!!!

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  17. fucking lovin' it. making this as soon as i've got the time.

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  18. I'm a new reader, and I think although you are still a young student... you are WAY ahead , just look what you have under your belt so far!!

    Props to you darling!

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  19. You are a legend!!! Kawaii!!!

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  20. Kaylen: 10 T = 10 tablespoons of butter. Typically a stick of butter is 8T. On the side of the wax butter wrappers there are markings that show how large a tablespoon is.

    Tiny Urban Kitchen: Thanks! Domo love! I totally wish there was a Bouchon nearby, but luckily I have this recipe handy for those times of TKO craving.

    mangospree: Haha, thanks. Def try them out!

    girl paraphernalia: Welcome to my blog, and thanks for the sweet comment.

    Jojo: Thanks :D!

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  21. Wow...this is cute OVERLOAD. So awesome...I'd like to make these, but I had no idea that black food colouring even existed until now. I'm on a quest.

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  22. This is wayyyyyyy toooooo cuTEEEEE!!

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  23. These are so so cute! I've seen many domo desserts, but this one came out so smoothly, almost like you had a special machine to make these!

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  24. this is so super amazing. I'm not usually ecstatic at the thought of baking cookies (eating is a different story) but these are being created as soon as I humanly can.

    l.o.v.e this idea...

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  25. these are absolutely awesome, i must try to make these!

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  26. These are so cute! My friend loves Domo. I'm going to make these for her birthday. (: How many cookies does this recipe make?

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  27. Suusaaan!!!
    I haven't been baking recently, sooo busy! I got scheduled to work every weekend this month!

    But these are so amazing!! I wanna try...

    Hope your semester is going well!

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  28. fattydumpling: Thanks! I knew that there was black gel food coloring (needs to be ordered online or bought at a craft store), but I totally didn't know that some supermarkets have it as well. I found a bottle of Mccormick brand at Safeway if that helps.

    Cindy. Lo. & Mr. P: Thank you :D.

    kirbie: Thanks. I could totally see these being made by a machine though.

    Damon & mal: Yeah, make them!

    Anonymous: Yay :). Sorry to say that I have no idea how many it makes (definitely more than 15, possibly more than 20 as well)... I already ate a few before I realized that I needed to count how many there were... plus I made a bunch of heart cookies.

    Paula: Paula!!! Long time no see! We should meet up and bake sometime in the future when you aren't working :). Hope your semester is going well too.

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  29. like it verY mucH!!

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  30. wah!! domo domo domo! now i'm craving chocolate.

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  31. this is adorable!! i wish i could cook... :)

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  32. Found you through the Crafty Food Roundup at OnePrettyThing where two of my recipes were featured. WOW! These cookies are absolutely incredible! I need to bring something to my daughters' school's Halloween party. You know how it goes, once you bring something cool, they expect a show-stopper every time. Your domo cookies are just the perfect thing for me to bring! Thanks! I also shared a link with my readers on my FB fan page. Hope it brings you some new followers and some good bloggy mojo!

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  33. LOVE IT. He is the greatest muse, isn't he?! I've made Domo cupcakes, Domo meatloaf, I just adore him! Great job!

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  34. These are amazing! Great tutorial too! Thank you =)

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  35. Anonymous, maurice, Twinkle: Thanks!

    tiffany: hehehe :P.

    euri: Learn to cook & bake :); it's quite fun and of course practical. Just takes a bit of practice.

    Jenn Erickson: Your comment totally makes me miss those days long ago when we actually had Halloween parties at school. Sounds like fun! Thanks for letting others know about my blog!

    justJENN: Yes he is! Domo's awesome. Domo meatloaf sounds pretty awesome.

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  36. your stuff is so cute. i am linking these post to my blog. thanks for sharing.

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  37. I just stumbles unto your blog by accident. These are amazing!!! Thanks for sharing and posting all the instructions in detail. I'm going to bookmark and following your blog for sure.

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  39. Nikki: Okay, thanks :).

    Mrs. B: Yay, thank you. I'm glad you like it.

    Biscuit McGhee: Haha, thanks. More like fancy Oreos, totally yummy.

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  40. Ha! These are so much fun! I want to go home and make them just so I can giggle at them!

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  41. i LOVE this idea! i just tried making these right now and omg mine turned out so embarrassing compared to yours XD
    your domos are so beautiful. i'm definitely going to have to try it again because they are way too cute

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  42. these are awesometacular!!! i was just wondering if i subed lemon juice and yellow and green food coloring if the recipe would turn out as i am not partial to chocolate...i know, i know whats wrong with me. thx again

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  43. Nam & Wilde in the Kitchen: Thanks!

    Eva: Aw, I'm sure they're still cute :).

    Anonymous: Um... I don't really see that working. The main body dough uses cocoa powder, which keeps the dough dry. Without the cocoa powder, the dough won't hold its shape very well.

    Instead, what I suggest is that you find a vanilla shortbread recipe (Google search), add food coloring to that, then follow my shaping and decorating instructions :). You could even use brown food coloring so it's still normal Domo color but not chocolate flavored :D.

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  44. omgosh these are absolutely adorable you're so talented! :)

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  45. Can I eat them without the frosting in the middle?

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  46. Thank you so much for posting these! I just made these for a party with a lot of Japanese diplomats and everyone was impressed with how wonderful and creative these cookies and you are! Of course they're really tasty too!

    I'm not sure why, but my dough ended up extremely dry (too dry to stay together). I ended up adding eggs and vanilla extract, which made them a little more like a butter cookie dough. They still turned out quite nicely though!

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  47. so. freaking. adorable. i love these! i also love the circle heart ones, i cannot get over how adorable this entire post is. love the blog, please never stop posting. =)

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  48. Awesome! I can't get over the way you made the different coloured cookie parts, such a fantastic idea! They look super cute and I bet they are tasty too :)

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  49. So cute and creative :D How long would these be able to stay fresh and how do they taste like? The normal oreos? How long did it take you to bake them and can i make the dough in advance? Thanks!

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  50. These are super awesome, and your tutorial is great! I made these, but was too lazy to measure, so my domos look....mutated. haha. Still tasty, though :)

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  51. Making these for boyfriend today, thank you for such visual instructions! I just hope I don't manage to mess it up. :P The red dough took so much food coloring to get red enough it got so wet and squishy. ;¨¨¨; But I just added flour until it felt right. so I hope its good. xD

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  52. what does " T " for the amount of ingredients mean? :O

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  53. is it possible if i replace flour with self raising flour so i don't have to use baking soda? :). they are mad cute btw!!! :D.

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  54. Anonymous 1: Thanks!

    Anonymous 2: You could, but I would suggest not because without the filling, the cookies are rather salty. They need the sweet filling to balance out the saltiness. But, sometime in the next couple of weeks I'm going to post an alternative cookie recipe that can be used to make non-sandwich Domo cookies :). So keep an eye out for it.

    Kimberly: Thanks for telling me about your baking; that sounds pretty cool! I've noticed the dryness before too. For me it happens when the butter is too cold, so it won't incorporate properly into the dry ingredients.

    BellsInSpires: Thanks! Haha, I'll try :P.

    Anji*: Thank you!

    Anonymous 3: They should be able to stay fresh refrigerated in an airtight container for about a week. No, they don't taste like normal oreos. The baking time is indicated in the recipe above. The dough can be made in advanced and then refrigerated for a few days I guess? I'm not too sure.

    tofugirl: As long as they're still tasty, it's all good.

    Anonymous 4: Hopefully it turns out okay!

    Anonymous 5: "T" stands for tablespoon.

    M: Thanks! No, self-raising flour contains baking powder, not baking soda, so it can't be used to sub for all purpose flour. Baking powder and baking soda work differently.

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  55. THESE LOOK SO GOOD! ;O
    I hope this question isn't asked already [since I read through most of the comments], but how long does it take for the white chocolate to dry? I'm afraid it won't dry since I don't want them to smudge when I pack them! I've never used white chocolate before. :/ And you melt them before adding them to the heavy cream too, right? Oh and, when you buy the white chocolate, how does it look like? Is it a bar of chocolate? I don't want to buy the wrong one. xD
    Sorry for the mass of questions, but one last one~ You mentioned above you made 15-20 domo cookies. Is that with the cream or no cream? P: Thanks again! (:

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  56. about the filings, it says 1/4 cup+2T heavy cream. What is the 1/4 cup what? and what does the 2T stand for?

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  57. Going off what anonymous asked, it's chocolate and salty mixed with sweetness from the cream right? And both the Domo and the heart shaped cookies are salty? or only the Domo? Sorry for another question, but I would love to make these for Valentine's Day even though I'm asking a month ahead of time

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  58. I've featured your cookies http://www.dropdeadkawaii.com/2011/01/domo-kun-cookie-sandwiches-give-oreos.html

    and damn it if people don't go crazy for them. amazing.

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  59. whoa this is so coool!!! *___* Defenitely have to try it!!!

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  60. i linked this on my blog www.keelyvalentine.com
    your freaking amazing!

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  61. Anonymous 1: For the white chocolate drying, I can't really answer that because it depends on how the weather is like where you live. If it's hot, then it'll take forever to dry. If you want to speed that up, you can place the domos on a cookie sheet and stick that in your fridge to chill and harden.

    Yes, white chocolate comes in a bar; you can typically find it in the baking ingredient aisle near the chocolate chips. And no, for the filling, do not melt the white chocolate beforehand. It'll melt by itself when you add it to the cream. And 15-20 means with the filling.

    Anonymous 2: "1/4 cup+ 2T heavy cream" means exactly what I typed: 1/4 cup heavy cream plus an additional 2 tablespoons of heavy cream.

    Anonymous 3: Yes, the dough for the Domo cookies and the heart cookies are the same so the cookies would both be salty. That's the reason that the filling is sweet, to balance out the saltiness.

    PetSugar, Token, Keely Valentine: Thanks! I'm glad you all like them!

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  62. Did you make these using a Kitchen Aid mixer or a handheld mixer? I want to make these but I don't have a kitchenAid.

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  63. Oh! esto es espectacular! nos ha encantado! te seguimos desde ahora!

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  64. omg i sooooooo looveee this!!!
    too adorable!!!! ^_____^

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  65. Anonymous: I used neither; I usually make everything by hand. A Kitchen Aid isn't necessary at all. I only use the Kitchen Aid mixer for recipes that use high temperature liquids, like marshmallows, and the hand mixer for whipping cream or egg whites.

    Sara & Eva: Thank you!

    chika: Thanks!

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  66. hi~ nice to meet you~
    can i ask u how many grams are in one cup?
    thx=)

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  67. Anonymous: Sorry, grams doesn't convert directly to cups (grams measures mass while cups measures volume). It'll depend on the ingredient; for example, 1 cup of flour measures differently in grams compared to 1 cup of butter). If you need more information, please do a Google search.

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  68. what the small t means?tablespoons is the normal spoon and not the spoon for soup right?

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  69. hi :)
    i would like to try making this cookies , but i just want to make a normal cookies without the filling :)
    but you said , this recipe will make the cookie salty , how can i make it not salty but sweet , because i don't want to make it as a sandwich cookies :)
    can i change the butter into a unsalted butter and add more sugar to the dough ? :)
    and what the small "t" means ? :)
    sorry for asking a lot of question :) and please answer my question :)
    i just love the idea ! <3
    a lot of thanks :)

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  70. These cookies are adorable!

    I featured it on my blog:

    http://blog.shopdirtylaundry.com/posts/2011/3/18/11-the-dirty.html

    Thanks!

    ~ Jeanee
    blog.shopdirtylaundry.com

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  71. how can you make the red dough so perfectly ? mine doesn't shape like a square :(

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  72. Hi there, thanks for the recipe and awesome tute! Your website is amazing! =)

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  73. Pey: Small t is teaspoon and big T is tablespoon. Both are baking measuring spoon sizes.

    Anonymous 1: For a sweeter cookie, you can make Domo Icebox Cookies that I posted about in my Lion Icebox Cookie post. Those don't need filling.

    Jeanee & cheesecakeerian: Thanks!

    Anonymous: Is it because your dough is too soft? (I'm guessing from adding a lot of food coloring). You can try chilling your dough before shaping so it's firmer and easier to shape. Another tip is to flatten the dough to the right thickness and use a knife to cut it the correct width so that your sides will be perfectly straight.

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  74. can you use white chocolate morsels instead of the bar one? If so, do you have to melt it?

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  75. HI! do you think you can post your domo cookie pictures at a higher resolution? I would very much like to download them and use them as my wallpaper

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  76. Anna Lorraine: If you can melt them, they can be used instead of a bar. I used a bar of white chocolate because for some reason, I seem to have a hard time getting white chocolate chips to melt; they always just dry up when I try heating them :(.

    Anonymous: I'm so glad to hear you like my pictures enough to want to use them as wallpaper! I will work to get them up at a higher resolution, but it might not be for some time, hopefully sometime in May or June, but definitely sometime this summer.

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  77. This is great!
    Amazing...
    Im gonna bake these after my coming two weeks exam!
    I sure can do it!
    :) Thx for the recipe...

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  78. Typical oreos are really dark and chocolatey, which means they must've used dutch cocoa. Yours seem really light. Did you use natural cocoa? Do you think it'll work well for both types?

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  79. Steph: No prob. It's probably too late, but good luck on your exams :).

    Linda: Yup, I used natural cocoa, because I felt that if I used dutch cocoa, the domos would be too dark and not domo-colored. I think the original TKO recipe does use dutch process cocoa, so either one is fine, it just depends on your preferences.

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  80. Hi..i'm making for my birthday's friend.May u tell me tis domo biskuit resipe?? pls..):
    ur web so awesome...XD
    pls reply me early =)
    thx u !

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  81. Wong Zhao Qing: Thanks! I'm sorry, but I'm not sure what you're asking. The whole recipe is posted above in this post... all the ingredients and instructions are there.

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  82. hi! i just wanted to ask how many of these can be made from this recipe?
    (:

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  83. Anonymous: Oh gosh, I wish I knew. Near the end, I got too lazy to finish making Domos so I just used the rest of the dough to make hearts, so I don't actually know exactly. Sorry! I'm going to guess maybe around 25-30 Domo sandwiches?

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  84. I didn´t know your cookies, but now I can not live without see it!! jejeje

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  85. Absolutely amazing -- the cookies AND the tutorial. Thank you!!

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  86. SERIOUSLY WHERE DO YOU COME UP WITH THESE THINGS! its like a frigin mind bomb went off! teach me your ways master >_< :) hhhaa

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  87. Cordada: Thanks!

    Ashley: No problem, I love sharing these things :).

    Brooke: Haha, just random brainstorming. I like to transform things I like, such as Domo, into food form :P.

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  88. Sorry to ask, but could you explain how the teeth is made? the instructions said that you need to pipe the white chocolate on the edge, as a horizontal line (top and bottom) but how do we shape it to get the triangle teeth? D;
    thanks!

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  89. Jesica: Thanks!

    J: After piping the line of white chocolate, take a toothpick and use it trace out the triangle teeth with more white chocolate. The line of chocolate is to create a neat border for the teeth and cover up the edge between the red and brown on the cookie.

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  90. Thanks for sharing such a cool inspiration! I made Domo-kun cookies using the ice box cookies recipe you shared on another post and came up with a slightly different way to shape the dough because it's really soft! They turned out really delicious and cute (though not as cute as yours, will need to practice more!) and my friends loved it (: Thank you so much!

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  91. I am in love with this blog I just discovered!!!! I will link it on my page because it's so brilliant!!!! I am a new follower now :)

    Martina
    Maybe you want to come visit me: www.homesweetbakery.blogspot.com

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  92. OMG that's amazing! I have to try it :D

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  93. Love your recipe!
    I reblogged it, i just had to share it with my followers, it's so kawaii!

    http://maleikie.blogspot.nl/2012/06/diy-domo-cookies.html

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  94. OMG they are soooooooooooooooooo cute i have to make these :)

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  95. My son would think I was the ultimate baker if I made these! Love them!!!

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  96. OMG it's so cute!! but too hard for me... i'll try this for my bf

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  97. Hi, I'd like to know the texture of the cookies. Were they crunchy throughout or softer on the inside? Thanks!

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  98. What a fantastic idea! ...Thanks for the easy guide.

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