Cookies for Christmas "Spritzgebäck"

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Post November 27th, 2011, 4:52 am

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I wanted to share with you my recipe for "Spritzgebäck" cookies.
I baked some cookies this year already and still needs more baking.
I hope it works with the translation of tradukka:
Here's my recipe:

Recipe: Spritzgebäck
Dough for meat grinder

you need:

1000 g wheat flour
300 g sugar
1 pinch of salt
2 whole eggs
3 egg yolks
375 g margarine (Sanella)
1 packet of baking powder (15 g)
3 packets of vanillin sugar
lemon flavor, use according to the package.

For vanillin: You can flavor the dough with real vanilla. How much do you need to use, I do not unfortunately.
I'll try it too, because vanillin is produced artificially, I did not know until today.
So if someone wants to bake the cookies, you can flavor the dough with real vanilla. Thank you Anita! :rose:

Mix all ingredients in a bowl of food processor to knead dough.

Wrap the dough in plastic wrap and place fixed overnight in the refrigerator.

The next day, turn the dough through a meat grinder best with
attachment "star".
The dough is very firm. He can not be processed with a pastry bag, which would burst.

The dough pieces on the paper-lined baking sheet at 180°C in a convection oven for 9 -10 minutes until they are golden brown.

The ready-baked cookies to cool.

After cooling in dark chocolate dip and / or decorate as desired by all.

If the cookies are done, hide quickly, otherwise they are all eaten up too fast ;) because they are so delicious.

If you have questions just contact me I'll try to answer questions.
Any feedback I would be very happy.

good succeed and good appetite :eat:
wishes BeeHeike


Last edited by BeeHeike on November 27th, 2011, 11:27 pm, edited 3 times in total.
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Post November 27th, 2011, 8:48 am

Sounds yummy Beeheike,

maybe I will try them when I visit Peachey. thank you for sharing :rose:

I don't get baking powder in packets, could you tell me how much baking powder is in a packet? also, what is vanilla sugar?
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Post November 27th, 2011, 9:56 am

AnitaBier wrote:Sounds yummy Beeheike,

maybe I will try them when I visit Peachey. thank you for sharing :rose:

I don't get baking powder in packets, could you tell me how much baking powder is in a packet? also, what is vanilla sugar?

I've improved the recipe already.

A packet of baking powder weighed = 15 g.

It should Vanillin, not vanilla sorry.

Do you know Vanillin?

Sincerely BeeHeike
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Post November 27th, 2011, 3:40 pm

No, I do not know what Vanillin is, and sorry for missing the amount of the baking powder, my mistake LOL
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Post November 27th, 2011, 11:17 pm

AnitaBier wrote:No, I do not know what Vanillin is, and sorry for missing the amount of the baking powder, my mistake LOL
Dear Anita, it was not your fault. :no:
I changed the recipe until after your request.
Your question was very helpful, thank you.

For vanillin: You can flavor the dough with real vanilla.
How much do you need to use, I do not unfortunately.
I'll try it too, because vanillin is produced artificially, I did not know until today. :swoon:

So if someone wants to bake the cookies, you can flavor the dough with real vanilla.

good succeed
BeeHeike
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