Mittwoch, 21. Dezember 2011

Vanillekipferl and Klosterkipferl





Klosterkipferl

50g dark Chocolate(i use 70% Chocolate)
140 g Plain Flour
,110 g butter, 90g grated Hazelnuts,
2pk vanilla sugar,30g sugar,1 Egg Yolk
50g dark Chocolate

Finely grate the chocolate in mixer
sieve the flour into a bowl
Chop the butter into small pieces and add to the flour.
Add grated nuts and chocolate and rest ingredients and mix well together
Turn out onto a floured surface and knead together to form a dough
Place in the fridge for about a 1 hour to cool.
Split the dough into 2 halves and roll each half into a sausage formed roll,
around 3cm thick
cut into 1cm thick pieces,roll each pieces into a small sausage and form into
a croissant shape.
Place onto a baking tray.
bake for about 20 minutes until light golden brown

Vanillekipferl

300g Plain Flour
250 g butter
75g icing sugar
150 g finely grated nuts
Sugar and Vanilla Sugar to coat

Place flour,butter(soft,cut into small pieces),icing sugar and nuts in a bowl.
mix together with electric mixer,using the dough hook attachments
Finish of the kneading by hand
Take walnut sized pieces of the dough,roll between the hands and then
form into croissant shapes
Place on a lined baking tray and bake for about 10-12 minutes at 200°C
Allow to cool
Mix the sugar and vanilla sugar and roll the Vanillekipferl to coat



Hello my blogfriends,
the snow from yesterday is gone and now we have rain and the sky is grey.
Inside is it very dark.Candles are burning and give a nice light.
A perfect day to bake the last cookies for Christmas. I have
baked Vanillekipferl and Klosterkipferl.
The kitchen in the glasshouse was a gift to my birthday.
Is it not nice?the table is a musical clock .

Blessings, Regina

Kommentare:

  1. I love your little kitchen, Regina! And the cookies look yummy too! Have a very merry Christmas!

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  2. Dearest Regina
    I hope you had a wonderful birthday.The little kitchen is so pretty. I love it !
    The cookies look delicious. Are you going to share the recipe?
    If we do not get to speak again before the big day, I would like to wish you a very Happy Christmas. It has been a pleasure getting to know you and look forward to reading your posts in the future
    Lots of Love and Hugs to you and your family
    Debbie xx

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  3. I am sure the smell around the house must be heavenly!

    Merry Christmas to you Regina :)

    Maria

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  4. Oh my! I love the glass house with the little kitchen! That is so sweet!
    And your cookies look delicious! :-)
    Blessings,
    Anne♥

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  5. Beautiful! The kitchen and the cookies! The good side of cloudy/rainy days is the warmth of candlelight! love,andrea

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  6. Everything is so lovely, looking and tasting, I am sure :>)
    Merry Christmas to you and yours and may 2012 bring Health, Happiness and Harmony to your Heart and Home.
    Cheers,

    Jeanneke.

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  7. Will you share your recipes? They look yummy and I'd love to learn how to bake something new.

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  8. That little kitchen is adorable! I love how you've displayed it.

    And yum...those cookies look delicious. I was also wondering if you were going to share the recipes? :o)

    Merry Christmas!

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  9. Dear Regina...so sweet! Thank you for sharing! Wishing you and yours a Merry Christmas! Hugs ♥ Teri

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  10. Those kipferl look so delicious !!
    I love the little kitchen, very cute !!!

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  11. Your little terrarium family are so sweet! I love it.
    Your cookies look SO good!
    Merry Christmas and all the best to you in 2012.
    Love and hugs, Cindy

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  12. Beautiful, Regina. Both your baking and the kitchen. A Merry Christmas to you. xx

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  13. Regina, these cookies look delicious!! Happy belated birthday to you. And thank you for stopping by my blog -- and a very Merry Christmas to you and yours!! :)

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