What is better than elves?
Wichtels with homemade gifts from the kitchen! I think so anyway: With a few home-made treats you are always right on Christmas.
That’s why I’ve also sent home-made burnt walnuts with cinnamon to my favorite Katrin of Taste Sense .
Curious what else was in the Imp package? I’ll show you!
Maybe one or the other of you noticed: I’m a repeat offender. But one of the delicious variety, promised.
In the past year I hid the Chocolate Crunchy Muesli with Cocos in the Wichtelpäckchen, just like last year. Because it is my absolute favorite cereal. And because coconut and chocolate is just a blast suit.
If you look very closely, you can still recognize a treat that I have just presented to you.
Exactly, the delicious peanut butter cookies. 3-Ingredient Peanut Butter Cookies , to be exact. The treats are crunchy on the outside, juicy on the inside and just wonderful.
For the dear Katrin, I baked the cookies with cane sugar, which makes them a little bit firmer.
I wrote down the recipe for you with plain sugar because they almost made it a bit better in an attempt.
But now finally to the roasted walnuts! I never thought that would be so easy. Sugar, water, walnuts and a little cinnamon – that’s all you need for a quick treat like the Christmas market.
Burnt walnuts with cinnamon:
- Only four ingredients and 20 minutes time.
- Delicious as from the Christmas market.
My dears, is the pixie of the dear Patrick of I just do not care the HAMMER?
I was really excited about unpacking.
Cardamom muesli with maple syrup, a spice mixture for hot apple and deliciously soft caramel sweets. Hach! What a party.
And are not the caramel sweets nice? I can tell you, all the surprises from Patrick’s package are still wonderfully delicious.
The recipes are available I’ll take care . Have a look!
Homemade burnt walnuts from four ingredients? Oh yeah! This quick treat tastes like the Christmas market and is the perfect gift from the kitchen.
Homemade Burnt Walnuts with Cinnamon – Blogger Peaks 2015
Walnuts without shell
A baking sheet with Cover baking paper.
Roast the walnuts in a large frying pan over medium heat for a few minutes over medium heat. Remove from the pan.
Wipe out the pan once, so that there are no small walnut pieces in the pan. Add sugar, water and cinnamon to the pan and bring to a boil. Add the walnuts and cook with constant stirring. This takes about 10 minutes.
The mass becomes ever firmer and harder to stir over time. Shortly after, the sugar crystallizes and the burnt walnuts are ready.
To cool, place on the prepared baking tray. Enjoy.
Now I am sending again a big hug to all the gnomes and of course to Sarah from the crunchy little room, our organizational queen! Thank you for your effort.
Are you giving away treats from the kitchen this year? And what do you say to the roasted walnuts with cinnamon?