Pie with cottage cheese “Christmas snowman”

Finishing stories about snowmen…

When my daughter was born, my parents also arranged magic for her on New Year’s holidays, attracting, if it worked, a snowman. Soon, God forbid, my grandchildren will appear, I want to continue this tradition further! I want them to have a good childhood, happy, peaceful! Grandma will feed them!

I hope you enjoy all my snowmen! 😉

And I offer the pepper of a simple, but very tasty pie with cottage cheese for a festive tea party.

Shortcrust pastry that crumbles when bitten and a delicate curd filling. And it is decorated, of course, with a snowman)

Sift flour into a bowl, add baking powder, salt, cocoa, mix well.

Then add pieces of butter and grind with your hands into wet crumbs, add the yolk and knead the dough, wrap it in cling film and refrigerate for at least 30 minutes.

After the dough has cooled, prepare the filling.

To do this, put cottage cheese in a cup, add sour cream, sugar, starch and mix well until the mass is homogeneous.

Roll out the chilled dough into sheets about 2 mm thick, longer and wider than the baking dish.

Lay a layer of dough in a form, forming sides, cut off excess dough.

Pour in the cheese filling and spread evenly.

Form a “snowman” from scraps of dough, making a “torso”, “head”, “hat”, “scarf” and “broom”.

Bake the cake in an oven preheated to 180 degrees for about 20 minutes, until cooked.

Take the pie out of the oven and cool.

Sprinkle the cake with coconut.

Decorate the “snowman” using melted white chocolate and milk chocolate, making “eyes” from dried blueberries, “nose” from orange marmalade, and “buttons” from confectionery sprinkles.

Place the pie with cottage cheese on a dish and serve.

Cut into serving pieces.

Enjoy your meal!

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