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Seitenbacher Cocoa-Dusis, German Whole Spelt Snack, High Fiber Snack, 4-Ounce Packages (Pack of 12)

Seitenbacher Cocoa-Dusis, German Whole Spelt Snack, High Fiber Snack, 4-Ounce Packages (Pack of 12)

Seitenbacher Cocoa-Dusis, German Whole Spelt Snack, High Fiber Snack, 4-Ounce Packages (Pack of 12)

  • A good source of fiber and protein, Vegan. No table sugar (Sucrose) or glucose used
  • Low fat, cholesterol free
  • No artificial colors or flavors
  • Whole grain product, enjoy plain or with milk

Seitenbacher is a family owned manufacturer of natural and functional foods. It was founded in 1980 with 121 employees and is located in southwest Germany near Heidelberg. The name Seitenbacher comes from the river where the owner Willi Pfannenschw

List Price: $ 37.20

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Recipe for German cookies with vanilla yogurt?

Question by Jaidyn Micah: Recipe for German cookies with vanilla yogurt?
A few years ago, a friend of mine made German cookies for her German class that had vanilla yogurt in them–enough for me to taste that they were…eh…yogurt-y. Now I can’t find a recipe that sounds like it anywhere. Any help?

Best answer:

Answer by Heather C
GERMAN BUTTER COOKIES

1 cup butter
1 cup sugar
1 egg
1 tablespoon milk
1 teaspoon vanilla
2 3/4 cups all-purpose flour
1 teaspoon baking powder
1/4 teaspoon salt

Cream butter, gradually add sugar and beat until light and fluffy.
Beat in egg, milk and vanilla. Combine flour, baking powder and salt. Gradually add to creamed mixture. Chill for ease in handling. Roll out dough to 1/8″ thickness on lightly floured surface. Cut with floured cookie cutters into desired shapes.

Bake on a cookie sheet in preheated 350°F oven 8-10 minutes or until lightly browned. Remove to wire racks to cool.

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german cookies in target !?

i was fascinated.

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Are Lebkuchen German spice cookies good to eat?

Question by : Are Lebkuchen German spice cookies good to eat?
I’m suppose to find German cookies to bake, for my German class, and i was wondering if these tasted good.

Best answer:

Answer by The Unknown Chef
I make thumb print types and filled the indentation with apricot jam, some I even dip some in chocolate to coat, they turn soft and cakey that way, for a class project there a good idea, if you can find candied or preserved ginger and add this to the dough it is a nice kick.

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Stockmeyer German Shortbread Cookies in Four Collectors TIN NET WT 56.4 OZ (1.6 Kg)

Stockmeyer German Shortbread Cookies in Four Collectors TIN NET WT 56.4 OZ (1.6 Kg)

Stockmeyer German Shortbread Cookies in Four Collectors TIN NET WT 56.4 OZ (1.6 Kg)

  • Savory & Delicious
  • Perfect for every occasion
  • Each tin weighs 14.1 ounce
  • Net Wt. 56.4oz

Stockmeyer German Shortbread Cookies in Four Collectors TIN GIFT PACK NET WT 56.4 OZ (1.6 Kg):




Stockmeyer Shortbread cookies Simply delicious in 4 collectors tins gift pack.

Net Weight: Each tin has 14.1 oz with total of 56.4 OZ (1.6

List Price: $ 49.25

Price: $ 35.00

German Butter Spekulatius Cookies – Butter (7 ounce) Reviews

German Butter Spekulatius Cookies – Butter (7 ounce)

German Butter Spekulatius Cookies - Butter (7 ounce)

  • Uniquely thin and crisp
  • Imported from Germany
  • Shapes of monks and windmills
  • All natural ingredients
  • Uses secret recipes to create a scrumptious treat

In 1688, Lambertz was given the license to set up a bakery at Aachen market in Germany. Today, the company is known as the premier manufacturer of West German gingerbread and other traditional German biscuits.Lambertz’ Spekulatius are traditional hol

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Price: $ 4.99

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