These Christmas Cookies, which are sugar-free and gluten free are a delectable blend of wholesome ingredients crafted to delight toddlers, without compromising on their health.
These Christmas Shortbread Cookies are so easy to make and they are delicious because they are full of dried fruit and almonds, which everyone will love.
Serinakaker are easy to make Norwegian Christmas butter cookies decorated with either pearl sugar or slivered almonds on top.
Vanillekipferl (vanille means vanilla and kipferl, from Hungarian kifli, means crescent), are Austrian / German crescent-shaped cookies, coated with vanilla sugar. They originated in Austria, symbolizing the celebration of the victory of the Hungarian army over the Turkish in one of the many wars between the nations. You can also find them in many other countries such as Germany, …
Gingerbread men are soft cookies, flavoured with ginger, cloves, nutmeg or cinnamon and sweetened with honey, sugar or molasses.
These stuffed Melomakarona are Greek spiced honey cookies, which are filled with white chocolate, walnuts and raspberry jam.
Aromatic Kourabiedes are Greek cookies, similar to shortbread cookies, coated with icing sugar and flavoured with vanilla or masticha (mastic resin) and a well known brand of Greek brandy is also added.
Mandarin Melomakarona are Greek honey cookies, made with olive oil, flavoured with mandarin and drenched in a honey syrup, with lots of walnuts on top.
These easy Chocolate Truffles are made from Christmas Leftover desserts. As much as we love all these desserts, no matter how many we eat, there are bound to be leftovers. Each year I make something different with the leftovers.
Amygdalota, take their name from amygdala, which mean almonds in Greek and are no bake Greek cookies from the Greek islands made with blanched almonds and sugar. They are dipped in rose water and then coated with icing (confectioners’) sugar.