Kormos Recipe

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Ann Hatzimangas


Kormos is the Greek word for tree log and this dessert is named after it's shape. A summertime favorite, but I make it quite often, in-fact just made some today!! This dessert is so easy, even a child can make it!

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10 Min
No-Cook or Other


1 pkg
miranda cookies (plain butter cookies)
2 c
caster sugar
250 g
butter or margarine (1 cup)
1/2 c
1 c
cocoa powder
vanilla powder or extract
1 Tbsp
cognac (or liquer of your choice)


1Break the cookies into small pieces, don't crumble them. Wet with milk and cognac. Do not soak!
2Beat butter, caster sugar, vanila and cocoa powder.
3Add to broken cookies and mix well. Line a bread tin or any freezer safe, long, rectangular dish with grease proof paper, leaving enough over the sides to fold over once filled. Press the mixture into the tin, fold in sides to seal. Place in freezer for at 2-3 hours. If you want a more rounder log shape, don't use the tin, just place the mixture on a sheet of grease-proof paper and the roll the paper up, sealing the sides by tucking under the ends. Once it is sufficiently chilled, remove your "log", slice and enjoy!!!

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Other Desserts
Main Ingredient: Alcohol
Regional Style: Greek
Hashtags: #butter, #cocoa, #brandy