Beautiful Springerle
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Originally Posted by Wildflower:
These are so elegant, the pattern so lovely. What do they taste like? Someday I will get my hands on one in real life, and I hope it's as beautiful as yours is!

These are a citrus vanilla flavor, traditionally they are anise.

 

Teri, I watched a tutorial on how to make springerle cookies and was surprised at the work and time involved. You used a mold, correct? I, too, have been interested in the taste of these cookies. Yours are SO incredibly beautiful. Would love to know your thoughts on making these and whether or not you considered them to be a lot of work or time consuming. The results are awesome as are ALL your cookies!!

Originally Posted by Cookies Fantistique by Carol:

Teri, I watched a tutorial on how to make springerle cookies and was surprised at the work and time involved. You used a mold, correct? I, too, have been interested in the taste of these cookies. Yours are SO incredibly beautiful. Would love to know your thoughts on making these and whether or not you considered them to be a lot of work or time consuming. The results are awesome as are ALL your cookies!! t

Thank you Carol, I will say they took me several attempts to get them down. The baking is the most difficult. I am using House on the Hill recipe. I love it! Once you get the hang of it they aren't any more time consuming than others. EXCEPT for the required drying time of 24 hours but you just plan ahead...

 

 

Originally Posted by Teri Pringle Wood:
Originally Posted by Cookies Fantistique by Carol:

Teri, I watched a tutorial on how to make springerle cookies and was surprised at the work and time involved. You used a mold, correct? I, too, have been interested in the taste of these cookies. Yours are SO incredibly beautiful. Would love to know your thoughts on making these and whether or not you considered them to be a lot of work or time consuming. The results are awesome as are ALL your cookies!! t

Thank you Carol, I will say they took me several attempts to get them down. The baking is the most difficult. I am using House on the Hill recipe. I love it! Once you get the hang of it they aren't any more time consuming than others. EXCEPT for the required drying time of 24 hours but you just plan ahead...

 If you decide to give them a try let me know and I will share some tips with you that will greatly reduce the experimental time...

 

 

 

I would also love any tips you can give, if you don't mind. I have never even seen one in real life, and the molds can be pricey. I have several vintage cookie cutters my grandmother passed down, that require rather thin dough and make an impression on the surface. Every attempt ends up with me trying to clean off all the dough stuck in the details, lol. (Maybe start a new thread?)
Originally Posted by Wildflower:
I would also love any tips you can give, if you don't mind. I have never even seen one in real life, and the molds can be pricey. I have several vintage cookie cutters my grandmother passed down, that require rather thin dough and make an impression on the surface. Every attempt ends up with me trying to clean off all the dough stuck in the details, lol. (Maybe start a new thread?Please tell me how to do the tread? I am always more than happy to share all tips I have with you and others!
 

 

Originally Posted by Teri Pringle Wood:
Originally Posted by Wildflower:
I would also love any tips you can give, if you don't mind. I have never even seen one in real life, and the molds can be pricey. I have several vintage cookie cutters my grandmother passed down, that require rather thin dough and make an impression on the surface. Every attempt ends up with me trying to clean off all the dough stuck in the details, lol. (Maybe start a new thread?
 
Please tell me how to do the tread? I am always more than happy to share all tips I have with you and others!
 

 

 

Just go to the forums tab and find a category appropriate for the topic. (maybe technique troubleshooting? or the recipe section?) You can look to see what others may have already posted on your topic as well. Click on the category you want, then click um... might be "post topic" or "start topic"? A dialogue box will open and you can create a relevant title and post. Then add tags of any words you think will help people find the info when doing a search, and submit it. (You can go back to edit it if necessary.) If you know of a good resource on the topic, you can refer people there to save you the time of repeating.

***Just don't forget to read the topics Julia has posted at the top regarding submissions, and what guidelines to follow!***

If that all seems like too much work, you can just give us the most important tips here, or suggest places you think we might be able to access the information. It it sounds like fun, I am sure there are tons of other people who know way more than I do, and could help you make a tutorial or even start a blog, lol. My computer broke and I am doing everything on my little Kindle until I can get a replacement, which can scramble formatting, does not do the spell check, etc.  Sorry I can't give you more precise instructions.

You create such amazing cookie artwork, I am sure it will be fun to read about your perspective Thanks!!!
Originally Posted by Wildflower:
Just go to the forums tab and find a category appropriate for the topic. (maybe technique troubleshooting? or the recipe section?) You can look to see what others may have already posted on your topic as well. Click on the category you want, then click um... might be "post topic" or "start topic"? A dialogue box will open and you can create a relevant title and post. Then add tags of any words you think will help people find the info when doing a search, and submit it. (You can go back to edit it if necessary.) If you know of a good resource on the topic, you can refer people there to save you the time of repeating.

***Just don't forget to read the topics Julia has posted at the top regarding submissions, and what guidelines to follow!***

If that all seems like too much work, you can just give us the most important tips here, or suggest places you think we might be able to access the information. It it sounds like fun, I am sure there are tons of other people who know way more than I do, and could help you make a tutorial or even start a blog, lol. My computer broke and I am doing everything on my little Kindle until I can get a replacement, which can scramble formatting, does not do the spell check, etc.  Sorry I can't give you more precise instructions.

You create such amazing cookie artwork, I am sure it will be fun to read about your perspective Thanks!!!

I will look into this and thank you for the information... It's going to be a bit I have a bazaar this weekend and then a 50th Wedding anniversary to make cookies for and then I can play a little again...

 

Originally Posted by Mily:

I would like to learn to do that kind of cookies, I have seen in magazines and books but I lost the design at baking time.   

Mily , did you let them dry 24 hours? Makes a huge difference....

 

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