Cinnamon Cookies Recipe
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You can find my cinnamon cookies recipe in this post.
Simple Christmas baking succeeds with this cookie guide.
These instructions accompany you step by step when baking cookies.
Have fun and good luck!
Table of Contents
1. Recipe Cinnamon Cookies
Star Christmas cookies instructions follow immediately here.
You can find a video and other tips after the recipe.
Baked, photographed and written down by chef Thomas Sixt and Christiane Sixt.
Total Time 60 Min.
Easy instructions for baking Christmas cookies.
|150||g||Icing sugar / powdered sugar|
Prepare the ingredients for the cookie dough in the kitchen.
You need cold eggs, otherwise the egg whites won’t work!
Separate the eggs and use the yolks for something else.
You can use the yolks with more eggs for scrambled eggs the next morning.
Catch the egg white and set aside in a bowl.
Beat egg white
Beat the cold egg whites with the whisk mixer.
Add a pinch of salt to the egg whites and continue beating.
Beat the egg whites firmly, peaks should form.
Sieve the icing sugar in a sieve to the whipped cream.
Mix the egg whites with the powdered sugar.
Add vanilla sugar
Add the vanilla sugar to the whipped cream.
Add the ground almonds to the whipped cream and stir.
Add the cinnamon and stir.
Attach the dough hooks and work the dough vigorously.
Depending on the consistency, you can add 50-80 g of flour.
Finish the dough, it should not stick.
Prepare work surface
Sprinkle work surface with flour and powdered sugar.
Prepare part of the dough to roll out and place on top.
Roll out dough
Roll out the dough with the rolling pin to a thickness of approx. 7 mm.
Cut out stars
Cut out the dough with the star cutters.
Sprinkle the star cookie cutters with flour and icing sugar so that the dough pieces do not stick to the shape.
Put the cookie dough on
Place the raw cinnamon stars at a distance from each other on a baking tray lined with baking paper.
Bake the biscuits in a preheated oven at 150°C for 10 minutes.
Remove the biscuits and let them cool.
Weigh out the powdered sugar for the glaze.
Beat the cold egg whites for the glaze, add a little salt and beat with the powdered sugar.
Spread the cooled cookies with the icing.
Take baking brush
Use a real brush to apply the glaze.
This allows the protein to be distributed better and more precisely.
Bake the glazed cinnamon stars on the baking tray in the oven for another 10-15 minutes.
To do this, hold the oven door slightly open with a wooden spoon.
Leave the cinnamon stars with the dried glaze to cool on the baking sheet.
Pack the cinnamon stars in cookie jars and serve as required.
I wish you a lot of joy in the Christmas season!
The amount of dough is about the amount of a cookie jar.
Trying the dough and snacking is already included 🙂
2. Nutrition Facts And Calories
3. Storing the Chrismas Cookies
Freshly baked, cooled Christmas cookies always come in a cookie jar or in a cookie jar.
The Christmas cookies need to be stored in a cold place for a few days.
This allows the aroma and consistency to develop perfectly.
You can use tin cans to store your cookies or fill large mason jars.
It has proven useful to put greaseproof paper in the cans.
You can also layer the cookies and cover each layer of cookies with paper.
4. Interesting Cinnamon Cookies Facts
You will find some information about the fine pastries summarized below:
What are cinnamon cookies made of?
Many Christmas cookies are made from classic shortcrust pastry.
The popular cinnamon stars consist of a meringue dough.
Meringues are white, sweet pastries made from whipped egg whites and sugar.
The cinnamon star is a gluten-free Christmas cookie made from sweet egg whites, grated almonds, vanilla and cinnamon.
For many people, the cinnamon star is the epitome of Christmas cookies. This is due to its main ingredient, cinnamon.
Story of the cinnamon star Cookies
The exact origin of the Zimtstern bakery cannot be traced back 100%.
The tasty Christmas biscuit was probably invented at the beginning of the 16th century.
The first written mention of the cinnamon stars dates back to 1536.
Cardinal Lorenzo Campeggio had served the delicious biscuits to the German Emperor Charles V during a visit.
The way into German cookbooks took another 200 years.
Before the 18th century, the cinnamon spice was an insider tip and unaffordable for the general public.
As a spice, cinnamon was a treasure, just like pepper, a luxury item for wealthy and wealthy citizens and nobles.
Stars or Thalers?
Unfortunately, clear evidence of where the stars come from or how the star shape came about cannot be traced back historically.
In any case, it is not the Star of Bethlehem, as is often claimed,
Perhaps the star has simply prevailed as a shape suitable for Christmas.
5. More Ideas For Cookies
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