For All Time. Always. Bake Miss Minutes Cookies!
Marvel Studios and Jenn Fujikawa have come together to share an incredible new recipe to try after watching the first episode of Marvel Studios’ Loki on Disney+. Just like the delicious throwback recipes created by Marvel Chef Justin Warner for WandaVision, the delectably sweet vanilla Miss Minutes cookies will take your senses back in time to when things were much simpler.
Miss Minutes Cookies
The Miss Minutes cookies were designed by geeky baker Jenn Fujikawa, who runs the all-star recipe blog justJENN Recipes and has been the featured guest at Disney’s California Adventure Food and Wine Festival speaking about the unique recipes she creates for Lucasfilm.
Fact: I’m obsessed with Miss Minutes. If you’re watching #Loki you get it, so as expected – I’ve made cookies based on the adorable clock-faced TVA logo. For all time. Always. ⏰
Get my recipe for Miss Minutes Cookies on @Marvel.com https://t.co/w0zhaTHYC7 pic.twitter.com/kJmSQ6bG9A
— justJENN (@justjenn) June 14, 2021
The most recent recipe from Fujikawa features the face of the Time Variance Authority mascot, Miss Minutes.
However, if you aren’t great at cookie decorating, the instructions provided on the Marvel website offer clear direction (with some pictures) about how to recreate the helpful TVA mascot on the cookie’s face, right down to her fanciful smile.
Miss Minutes Cookies Recipe
The recipe makes about 24 cookies, unless you’re me because then it’ll only make 12. To make them, you’ll need a Miss Minutes cookie cutter template or 3-inch round cutter, as well as the ingredients to make the cookies and frosting (listed here).
Marvel and Fujikawa’s baking directions are below:
Step Two: In the bowl of an electric mixer, cream the butter and sugar until fluffy.
Step Three: Stir the egg and vanilla extract, until just combined.
Step Four: Slowly add in the dry ingredients, just until the dough comes together.
Step Five: Split the dough into two and wrap in plastic wrap. Refrigerate until you are ready to use.
Step Six: Preheat the oven to 350°F. Prep baking sheets with silpats or parchment paper.
Will you be putting a batch of the Miss Minutes cookies in the oven before tuning in for the newest episode of Loki on Wednesday? Let us know in the comments!