Göbel Verlag,Naumann

Favourite Cookies

A delightful biscuit offensive!

Whether you want them chocolatey or nutty, crisp and delicate, with a jam filling or colourfully decorated – there's everything here for friends of traditional German Christmas baking with cinnamon stars and vanilla crescents, as well as those looking for new and original Christmas baking ideas. These small, sweet nothings make great nibbles and look good on any colourful tray of biscuits. They go well with a quick espresso or a relaxed and leisurely coffee morning. They're so varied, so you'll never get bored. Try out our huge range of recipes and discover new favourites.

– It's biscuit city: all kinds of favourite classics and trendy, modern recipes from all over the world.
– Loads of recipes for a colourful platter: from crisp, soft and delicate ones to fruity ones or others made with a complete range of aromatic spices
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  • Menna Abu Zahrahas quoted3 years ago
    Candied sugar: white sugar crystals or even brown sugar crystals, with a hint of caramel flavour, they are particularly good for use in baking, readily soluble and very versatile. Whether added to the cookie dough or sprinkled on top, they add a subtle caramel flavour and aromatic sweetness to the confectionery.
  • Menna Abu Zahrahas quoted3 years ago
    Gingerbread spice: a spice mixture used for gingerbread and cookies.
  • Menna Abu Zahrahas quoted3 years ago
    Bitter almonds: used purely as a non-toxic aromatic substance from which all traces of prussic acid have been removed.
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