Chocolate and orange cookies

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In the Christmas bakery, there are some delicacies, and between flour and milk, many a goblet makes a huge mess. In the Christmas bakery … Hach, I just love this song, with me it awakens great childhood memories of bake cookies with dear friends. Are there any more Rolf Zuckowski fans?

Since the day before yesterday, this song is whirring around in my head all the time. It was finally time again, this year’s Christmas bakery in Kochkarussell was officially opened.

If you say “But there are still five weeks until Christmas!” I can only say “Sweet” until Christmas, but next week is already the first Advent! “And anyway, for a bit of Christmas bakery is it never too early, right?

In any case, when baking the chocolate-orange cookies , I’ve already felt really pre-Christmas. The great recipe I found at Chef and only a little modified to my taste. With a candle on the table, a large cup of steaming tea in hand and two sheets of wonderfully orange scented biscuits in the oven, the anticipation for Christmas is set.

What, you are still not in the Christmas mood? By the time you approve the first biscuit and let the absolutely Christmas combination of orange, chocolate and cinnamon melt on your tongue, Advent can come.

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Chocolate Orange Cookies

  Portions : 2 Sheets

  calories per serving : 3204 kcal

Ingredients

  •   150
      g
      Butter
  •   175
      g
      Sugar
  •   225
      g
      flour
  •   2
      TL
      baking powder
  •   3/4
      TL
      Cinnamon
  •   90
      g
      dark chocolate
  •   Abrasion of an untreated orange
  •   Juice of a Half Orange

Instructions

  1. Preheat the oven to 180 degrees. Cover two baking trays with baking paper. Knead butter and sugar in a bowl. Add flour, baking powder and cinnamon. Chop the chocolate into pieces and add to the bowl along with the orange juice and orange scrub. Knead everything to a smooth dough.

  2. From the dough shape walnut-sized balls, press flat and place on the baking tray. Bake the biscuits for 10-12 minutes until they turn golden. Let cool and enjoy.

Now I would like to know from you if you have already baked the first Christmas cookies ? Out of sheer anticipation I’ve already rolled all the baking books and cheerfully marked all the beautiful recipes with sticky notes. Let’s see how many I’m doing this year.

Now I wish you a wonderful Sunday dear ones,

Mia

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