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I love Springerle cookies! So soft inside and crunchy outside, very easy to do; they are always a perfect gift for my sweet tooth friends especially in Spring because they often have flower shapes. I don't have original wooden molds, so I used soap/candles molds and some silicone molds I have for fondant. My pleasure to share with you my recipe: it is fat free and vanilla/orange tasted....my child loves them baked like this ❤

http://blog.giallozafferano.it...indecora/springerle/

GingerbreadFairy posted:

Very beautiful cookies! <3

i should to try your recipe, fat free ( so important for us) and vanilla/orange - so yummy!

So happy you like it Svetlana! Please tell me how it works 

carouselselsel posted:

So beautiful, Evelin! Thanks for the recipe, I'm going to try it for sure!

I have baked them again today in white, pink and chocolate. Today I used almond/vanilla flavours for white, orange for pink and chocolate/cinnamon/orange for brown; they are very good and so quick to do! ❤

CARLESSER posted:

Beautiful!  I keep saying that I am going to try these and never do.  Nice molds.

 

 

Thank you! My molds are very poor indeed, I will ask to Santa Claus some wooden gorgeous ones for Christmas! 

Cookies Fantastique by Carol posted:

Oh Evelin, incredibly gorgeous springerle cookies! I've looked at so many molds and thought about trying my hand at a recipe I've seen for springerle cookies. You've got it down, girl (as with everything else you do) . So elegant, too ♥

Thank you sweet Carol! My first attempt at them was very funny and satisfying, I am in love with springerle cookies now ❤

Evelindecora posted:
carouselselsel posted:

So beautiful, Evelin! Thanks for the recipe, I'm going to try it for sure!

I have baked them again today in white, pink and chocolate. Today I used almond/vanilla flavours for white, orange for pink and chocolate/cinnamon/orange for brown; they are very good and so quick to do! ❤

Yummy, sound gorgeous and delicious! 

Evelindecora posted:

I love Springerle cookies! So soft inside and crunchy outside, very easy to do; they are always a perfect gift for my sweet tooth friends especially in Spring because they often have flower shapes. I don't have original wooden molds, so I used soap/candles molds and some silicone molds I have for fondant. My pleasure to share with you my recipe: it is fat free and vanilla/orange tasted....my child loves them baked like this ❤

http://blog.giallozafferano.it...indecora/springerle/

These are something I have been so wanting to try.  I don't have wooden molds either.  So are you saying you just push the dough into the silicone molds by hand for shaping?

Cookie Me This ~ Heidi posted:
Evelindecora posted:

I love Springerle cookies! So soft inside and crunchy outside, very easy to do; they are always a perfect gift for my sweet tooth friends especially in Spring because they often have flower shapes. I don't have original wooden molds, so I used soap/candles molds and some silicone molds I have for fondant. My pleasure to share with you my recipe: it is fat free and vanilla/orange tasted....my child loves them baked like this ❤

http://blog.giallozafferano.it...indecora/springerle/

These are something I have been so wanting to try.  I don't have molds either.  So are you saying you just push the dough into the molds by hand for shaping?

Yes, but reverse :I push the mold onto the dough like a stamp! Remember to put a veil of flour on your dough so it won't stick on the molds. Their 'plaster' look is also due to the flour 

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