Squid Game Cookie Recipe - Dalgona Cookies

Squid Game Cookie Recipe - Dalgona Cookies

2021-10-11
3.5 Stars (191 Voters)
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Dalgona Honeycomb Cookies - It seems there is no one who hasn’t seen the Netflix series “Squid Game”. In episode 3 of the new and cruel series from South Korea, we have all seen the cookie game. A game where the contestants need to separate the shape from the cookie. The cookie is a honeycomb cookie known by its other name; Dalgona cookie. This candy is a famous Korean street food, basically it’s a caramelized lollipop and it’s very easy to make (only 2 ingredients).
DIFFICULTY
Easy
YIELDS
1
PREP TIME
10 Minutes
WORK TIME
10 Minutes
RECIPE CUISINE
Korean
INGREDIENTS

    • 3 tablespoons Sugar
    • 1/8 teaspoon Baking soda
DIRECTIONS
  1. Add sugar to a small nonstick pan.
  2. Heat over medium heat until sugar dissolves and become liquid.
  3. Turn the heat off, add baking soda and stir immediately. The mixture will change its color.
  4. Pour the mixture on a parchment paper, gently press the mixture with a flat bottom objet such as glass/plate/pan.
  5. Using a cookie cutter, press your favorite shape.
  6. Let it harden.
  7. Try to separate the shape without breaking the cookie in 10 minutes.

Notes:

  • Check out this Dalgona cookie kit with everything you need: link

COMMENTS (33)
  • a
    ash
    10/18/2021

    How many can you make using this recipe?

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    Bianca Ramsey
    10/18/2021

    I am assuming 1

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    animal lover
    10/19/2021

    I will make sure to do this with my family >:3

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    Jake
    10/19/2021

    1288998

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    Blou
    11/18/2021

    It makes 2 cookies

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  • C
    Christine
    12/11/2021

    This is my experience….if you can get it off the spoon you are using it will make one biscuit ,but if the spoon you use is rubber or plastic….you can’t eat it until you scrape the plastic out of the pan before eating it ….also the metal spoon just got clogged up it probably had an 8th of the mixture stuck like a sugar barnacle…so after 3 attempts , 1lb of sugar 1 melted stirring spoon4 blisters the list is a long one but the bottom line is I scrapped it …..so I’ll have to find another use for my

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    zoey
    12/31/2021

    at least 7 of the squid game cookie :D

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    Blah
    10/18/2021

    Nice man

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  • a
    ashley
    11/2/2021

    YOOO NAT NOICE

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    Janice Hall
    10/18/2021

    I did this with my grandkid and we burnt it I don't know how I got it wrong but it was fun!!!😁

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  • B
    Brandi
    11/27/2021

    So did we. Then it stuck to the glass pan. By the time it dried to unstick it, it was too hard to use the cookie cutter.

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    lol
    10/30/2021

    Fun Fun Fun!!!!!!

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    hendrik
    11/3/2021

    i can make it by me its black

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  • q
    querida
    11/5/2021

    my mom will not let me make one and she said it is to messey so not cookie for me

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  • M
    Marcos other half
    11/14/2021

    Okay, ima try to make it let’s see how it turns out 🙏😼

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  • J
    Jalayna
    11/14/2021

    does not work

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  • R
    Roman
    11/15/2021

    hello i was wonder what degree did you make this suger and how long

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  • K
    Kessler
    11/15/2021

    This is good cookie

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  • A
    Alex
    11/17/2021

    Super easy! I made it with my son and he was super excited! To answer some of the questions. I melted the sugar over medium heat and as soon as melted I added the baking soda, mixed it well and poured it. You have to be really quick at making the print once you squish the circle before it gets too hard.

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  • T
    Tyler Mcthunder
    12/11/2021

    fart

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  • A
    Ani
    1/7/2022

    Thank you!

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  • R
    Rylie davis
    11/18/2021

    My brother tried it! It didn't work..😭

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  • k
    kev
    11/21/2021

    can i make this without baking soda?

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    Andrew
    11/24/2021

    Yes for a substitute for baking powder use flour

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    Jessica
    11/28/2021

    I made them about 6 times before I finally got it. First keep heat to Ames Low 3 constantly stir sugar and press down on any lumps, once caramelized remove from heat and add a pinch of baking soda while continuing to stir. Drop batter on to paper evenly as possible. Do not press. Next grab shape and gently mark it and remove quickly, wet cookie cutter and press a little deeper but cannot let it sit too long. It’s just one of those things you have to try until you perfect it. The main thing is to

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  • L
    Lily
    12/3/2021

    It didn’t taste to good,wouldn’t try it👎

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    izzy
    12/22/2021

    imma try this , it looks like a fun family game

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  • M
    Mindy
    1/4/2022

    Yeah it didn't work. I'm guessing to much baking soda because as soon as I put it in and was stirring it. It expanded almost overflowing the pan and burnt the pan. Still trying to get it right

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  • D
    Dylan
    1/9/2022

    I made these they were a little burnt but still fun!

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  • B
    Bruce Fuentes
    1/24/2022

    good just let freeze to long we did for 1 hour we should of for like 15 min so we failed the challenge

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