Sunday, 6 December 2015

Christmas baking recipes!


Every year my mother and I spend a day in the kitchen baking all different kinds of christmas cookies. This year was no exeption, and here is all the recipes!




The Vanillas:





We always make this recipe double up so we have a lot of these, but the original recipe is this:

Recipe:


375 g. of butter

250 g sugar
1 egg
2 teaspoons of vanillasugar
1/2 kg. flour


Let it cool in the fridge before using it. When it's cold you can do all different kinds of figures in it. Let them bake at 200 degrees celcius in 10 minutes, but you got to have an eye on them all the time!



The Choko-dough:




Recipe:


200 g flour

100g butter
125 icing sugar
3 spoons of cocoa
1 egg

1. Mix the butter and flour. After that you blend it with the icing sugar, cocoa.
2. Mix the dough you get with one egg
3. Let it cool in the fridge for an hour before using it.
Let them bake at 200 degress celcius for 10-12 minutes, but keep an eye on them!



Mokka-coffee cookies:


Recipe:


250 g flour

150 g butter
100 g sugar
3 spoons of coffee
1 egg
80 g of the nuts you like (we used walnuts)
2 teaspoons of vanillasugar
1 teaspoon of bakingpowder

1. Mix the flour and baking powder, and then add the rest of the ingridiens. Mix it nicely and you're goo to go! You can cut them in whatever size you like. We made them look like this in the picture, but you could do anything to it.
Let them bake in the oven at 200 degrees. Keep an eye on them, but about 12 minutes should be good



The chocolate cookies:




Recipe:


180 g flour

145 butter
75 g brown sugar
75 sugar
40 g og chopped chocolate
1 egg
1/2 teaspoon of baking powder
(you could also add nuts if you wanted to)

1. Blend sugar, butter and brown sugar together.
2. add the egg
3. add the flour and baking powder
4. Add the rest of the ingridiens
Let them bake at 180 degrees celcius for 10-12 minutes.





Have fun trying these out!

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