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Swedish arak balls
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Arak is a Lebanese aniseed spirit and popular to use in these Swedish chocolate balls. With this recipe the arak balls almost taste like the balls you find in the cafés. You can change the bread crumbles against oatmeal, or biscuits like digestive.
Country of origin: Sweden
Preparation time: 01:30
Cooking time: 00:10
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Needed Ingredients:
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60 gr Icing sugar
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200 gr Cookie crumbles or smashed biscuits
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1 teaspoon Vanilla sugar
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2 tablespoons Cacao powder
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100 gr Dark chocolate
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100 gr Grated coconut/ chocolate sprinkle
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0,5 teaspoon Arak liquid, or arak essence/extract
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100 gr Margarine room temperature
Description:
Arak is a Lebanese aniseed spirit and popular to use in these Swedish chocolate balls. With this recipe the arak balls almost taste like the balls you find in the cafés. You can change the bread crumbles against oatmeal, or biscuits like digestive.
These bredele have only one thing in common with snowballs and that is the shape. These are traditional Alsatian Christmas bredel. You can find over hundred different variations of bredele cookies, and every family has their own preferences.
Origin: France - Region: Alsace.
Region of origin: Alsace.
Preparation : 00:25
Cooking : 00:15
5
1 Review.
These bredele have only one thing in common with snowballs and that is the shape. These are traditional Alsatian Christmas bredel. You can find over hundred different variations of bredele cookies, and every family has their own preferences.
Origin: France - Region: Alsace.
Preparation : 00:25 - Cooking : 00:15
This recipe is for the classical Swedish cinnamon rolls (kanelbullar). This is the most famous coffee bread in Sweden. They are so popular so October the fourth is the official day of the cinnamon rolls (kanelbullens dag). This is one of the first recipes you learn to bake as a kid.
Origin: Sweden
Region of origin: Unknown.
Preparation : 01:00
Cooking : 00:10
4
1 Review.
This recipe is for the classical Swedish cinnamon rolls (kanelbullar). This is the most famous coffee bread in Sweden. They are so popular so October the fourth is the official day of the cinnamon rolls (kanelbullens dag). This is one of the first recipes you learn to bake as a kid.
Origin: Sweden
Preparation : 01:00 - Cooking : 00:10
This recipe will give you three cakes in one by using one mixture. The cake will divide itself in three different layers while cooking in the oven. The result is a cake with a fluffy sponge bottom, a creamy custard middle, and a moist dense top layer.
Origin: France
Region of origin: Unkown.
Preparation : 00:15
Cooking : 01:00
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0 Review.
This recipe will give you three cakes in one by using one mixture. The cake will divide itself in three different layers while cooking in the oven. The result is a cake with a fluffy sponge bottom, a creamy custard middle, and a moist dense top layer.
Origin: France
Preparation : 00:15 - Cooking : 01:00
This is a recipe of a homemade decadent chocolate brownie. The cake is soft with a sticky inside filled with chunky chocolate bites. It tastes even better the day after so let it rest over the night, that is if you can keep your hands off it!
Origin: United States of America
Region of origin: Unknown.
Preparation : 00:10
Cooking : 00:30
4
2 Reviews.
This is a recipe of a homemade decadent chocolate brownie. The cake is soft with a sticky inside filled with chunky chocolate bites. It tastes even better the day after so let it rest over the night, that is if you can keep your hands off it!
Origin: United States of America
Preparation : 00:10 - Cooking : 00:30
One of the Swedish classical small dry cookies. Easy to make and you can keep them in the freezer for a few month so you always have cookies at home for "fika" if you will get company. These cookies normally have raspberry or strawberry jam on top, but you can use any jam you like.
Origin: Sweden
Region of origin: Unknown.
Preparation : 00:10
Cooking : 00:20
3
1 Review.
One of the Swedish classical small dry cookies. Easy to make and you can keep them in the freezer for a few month so you always have cookies at home for "fika" if you will get company. These cookies normally have raspberry or strawberry jam on top, but you can use any jam you like.
Origin: Sweden
Preparation : 00:10 - Cooking : 00:20
This is one of the classic Alsatian Christmas cookies called sand bredele. They are named sand bredele because it feels like soft sand when you prepare the dough. It is common to change the taste by adding vanilla, rum, orange, citron, cinnamon or ginger, and you will find them in many different shapes as well.
Origin: France - Region: Alsace.
Region of origin: Alsace.
Preparation : 00:20
Cooking : 00:15
5
2 Reviews.
This is one of the classic Alsatian Christmas cookies called sand bredele. They are named sand bredele because it feels like soft sand when you prepare the dough. It is common to change the taste by adding vanilla, rum, orange, citron, cinnamon or ginger, and you will find them in many different shapes as well.
Origin: France - Region: Alsace.
Preparation : 00:20 - Cooking : 00:15
Traditional Swedish kanelbullar is perfect for every occasion. The children love to drink milk to freshly baked cinnamon buns.
Origin: Sweden
Region of origin: All regions.
Preparation : 02:30
Cooking : 00:10
4
1 Review.
Traditional Swedish kanelbullar is perfect for every occasion. The children love to drink milk to freshly baked cinnamon buns.
Origin: Sweden
Preparation : 02:30 - Cooking : 00:10
Homemade typical Alsatian Christmas cookie with an exotic taste of coconut. This is a soft cookie with a chewy inside. This sweet cookie will be a big hit for both adults and children.
Origin: France - Region: Alsace.
Region of origin: Alsace.
Preparation : 00:20
Cooking : 00:15
5
1 Review.
Homemade typical Alsatian Christmas cookie with an exotic taste of coconut. This is a soft cookie with a chewy inside. This sweet cookie will be a big hit for both adults and children.
Origin: France - Region: Alsace.
Preparation : 00:20 - Cooking : 00:15
This recipe is a simple version of the famous chocolate chip cookies. It is possible to change the dark chocolate to white- or milk chocolate after preference. If you make the cookies smaller you have more than 20 cookies.
Origin: United States of America - Region: Massachusetts.
Region of origin: Massachusetts.
Preparation : 00:15
Cooking : 00:10
0
0 Review.
This recipe is a simple version of the famous chocolate chip cookies. It is possible to change the dark chocolate to white- or milk chocolate after preference. If you make the cookies smaller you have more than 20 cookies.
Origin: United States of America - Region: Massachusetts.
Preparation : 00:15 - Cooking : 00:10
If you have bananas at home which are on the limit to be too old, then you have a perfect excuse to make this cake. It just take a few minutes to prepare. A good idea is to serve the cake to the kids as a treat after school. Instead of making a big cake you can make muffins with this batter.
Origin: Great Britain
Region of origin: Unknown.
Preparation : 00:05
Cooking : 01:00
4
1 Review.
If you have bananas at home which are on the limit to be too old, then you have a perfect excuse to make this cake. It just take a few minutes to prepare. A good idea is to serve the cake to the kids as a treat after school. Instead of making a big cake you can make muffins with this batter.
Origin: Great Britain
Preparation : 00:05 - Cooking : 01:00
This typical Alsatian homemade hazelnut pie has a thick and crusty pie bottom and needs to rest over the night to get the right consistence. This pie is a good idea as a dessert to end an Alsatian evening after some tarte flambées (which you can also find on this webpage).
Origin: France - Region: Alsace.
Region of origin: Alsace.
Preparation : 00:20
Cooking : 00:35
4
1 Review.
This typical Alsatian homemade hazelnut pie has a thick and crusty pie bottom and needs to rest over the night to get the right consistence. This pie is a good idea as a dessert to end an Alsatian evening after some tarte flambées (which you can also find on this webpage).
Origin: France - Region: Alsace.
Preparation : 00:20 - Cooking : 00:35
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