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Christmas Chocolate bredele
Christmas Chocolate bredele
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Alsatian Christmas cookies (bredele) comes in many variations of shapes and flavors. Every family bake their own cookies and have their own traditions when it comes to these small treats. These chocolate snowballs are crispy on the outside but soft on the inside. I recommend preparing several batches with different chocolate each time, this way they will last longer.

Ingredient List for 6 servings:
75 gr Grated chocolate
100 gr Icing sugar
1 Egg
15 gr Flour
130 gr Almond flour
1 teaspoon Cinnamon powder
Oven temperature:
140 degrees Celsius
Mix with an electrical mixer the icing sugar and the egg. Add the rest of the ingredients and mix to a dough.
Pour some icing sugar on a plate and dip your hand in it and roll the dough to small round balls. Place on a baking sheet.
Let the cookies rest for 4 hours.
Preheat the oven at 140 degrees Celsius and place the cookies in the middle of the oven for 10 minutes. Take the out and let them cool down.
A selection of recipes from the same country.
This recipe is from France , Alsace.
French cake that is served on the 6th of January. The person who gets the figure will be king or queen of the day.
These are small Alsatian Christmas cookies with a chewy inside and a slightly crispy outside. They taste vanilla and almond and resemble small snowballs in the shape and color. You can prepare them a month before Christmas, keep them in a thin box covered with baking paper and they will still taste newly baked.
These buns have a fun name and are easy to do. These are typical French buns that you find at the bakery shops. In French they are called "Escargots (Meaning snails!) aux pommes et raisins". You can serve them with a coffee in the afternoon or maybe eat them for breakfast during the weekend.
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