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Recipe for orange and chocolate cookies – Miss K. says yes

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This recipe for orange and chocolate cookies is child’s play and super tasty too! Dough, refrigerator, oven – all without tedious rolling out and cutting out.

As is well known, biscuits always go, so come on with the aromatic things, the next lunchtime low needs to be compensated for.

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Personalized biscuit jar: on the cookies, set, go!

Shopping list for the fine orange and chocolate cookies

For a batch of biscuits, which are roughly two filled storage jars from our shop, you need these ingredients:

  • 300g flour
  • 100g fine sugar
  • 1 sachet of vanilla sugar
  • 1 pinch of salt
  • 1 egg
  • 150g butter in small cubes from the fridge
  • 2 teaspoons of orange paste or orange flavor
  • 3 tbsp chocolate droplets

This is how the orange biscuits are made:

Put all ingredients together in the food processor and mix with the dough hook. But only until it has become a homogeneous, firm dough. This can also be done manually, it just takes a little longer.

Then halve the amount of dough and form two ‘sausages’ out of it. The diameter should be about 5cm.

Wrap the dough sausages in cling film and park in the refrigerator for at least 3 hours.

Preheat the oven to 180 degrees (convection or lower-top heat does not matter). Unpack the dough sausages and quickly cut into slices approx. 1/2 cm thick. Place these on a baking sheet (with parchment paper, of course) and bake for 10 minutes.

Take it out, let it cool down and try it right away! Although I think that the aroma only really develops after a few days …

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Recipe for orange and chocolate cookies

Wrap cookies and biscuits really nicely

The joy shared is the joy of biscuits doubled: Homemade baked goods are not only a gift from the heart at Christmas time. The orange chocolate biscuits are also well received for birthdays, anniversaries, getting well or thanking you.

Standing in the kitchen and making a real effort is always rewarded! If the contents are framed by a nice packaging, your hearts will fly to you!

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Gift tags for cookies and cookies
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The storage jars are available with many different motifs. Also personalized with the name

Personalized storage jars with individual engraving

These glasses are a real hit: storage jars with wooden lids that you can personalize according to your taste. Who wouldn’t want to grab a glass of treats every now and then? Or nibble something without a guilty conscience – they’re just vitamins!

Regardless of whether the glasses are filled with biscuits or gummy bears, they are definitely a gift that one likes to cherish and care for.

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You can find all storage jars here

Special gift for little bakers: personalized rolling pin with recipe booklet

Baking with children is definitely an experience that welds together! This special gift will be cherished like a treasure: a children’s pastry roll with an engraved name and its own recipe booklet. Everything is presented in a beautiful linen bag, from which a personalized gift tag also dangles.

Gifts that you will never forget because they come from the heart!

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The rolling pin comes with a recipe booklet

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