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Zimtstern (Cinnamon Stars)

Zimtstern (Cinnamon Stars)

Ingredients

  • 2 egg whites
  • 1 3/4 Cup powdered sugar, sifted
  • 1 Teaspoon vanilla sugar
  • 1 Teaspoon cinnamon
  • 10.5 Ounces ground almonds or almond meal

Directions

Preheat the oven to 250 degrees F.

Separate the egg whites from the yolk.

Beat the whites until hard. Slowly add the sifted powdered sugar and continue to beat until you have a nice creamy consistency.

Put about 5 tablespoons of the mixture in a separate bowl (this will be your glaze).

Now add the vanilla sugar, cinnamon and almond meal. Depending on how sticky the dough gets you may not need to add all of the almond meal. It's best to mix the dough with your dough hooks or hands.

Dust your workspace with powdered sugar and roll out the dough about a third to half inch thick. Cut out the stars place them on a nonstick baking sheet and glaze them.

Bake at 250 degrees F for 25 minutes.

Nutritional Facts

Servings4

Calories Per Serving618

Folate equivalent (total)0.6µg0.1%


Zimtsterne (Cinnamon Stars) German Christmas Cookies

By Ela on 23. November, 2020 | 17 Comments . This post may contain affiliate links*. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.

These 4-ingredient Zimtsterne (cinnamon stars) aka German Christmas cookies are lightly spiced, chewy, and perfect for the holidays. Plus, the easy recipe is naturally dairy-free, gluten-free, and now egg-free too!

The end of Fall is fast approaching, and Winter is around the corner. So, do you know what that means? It’s time to start preparing for Christmas. And, this year, I’m doing that by first baking these delicious German Christmas cookies, also known as Zimtsterne.

Since I am German, I may be slightly biased, but German desserts dominate my Christmas baking repertoire. With the likes of Fruit Cake (Früchtebrot), Stollen, Lebkuchen, Pfeffernüsse, Vanillekipferl, and, of course, Zimtsterne. I love the smell of ginger, cinnamon, and other spices wafting through the house and making everything feel warm and cozy- ringing in the arrival of Christmas time.


Zimtsterne (Cinnamon Stars) German Christmas Cookies

By Ela on 23. November, 2020 | 17 Comments . This post may contain affiliate links*. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.

These 4-ingredient Zimtsterne (cinnamon stars) aka German Christmas cookies are lightly spiced, chewy, and perfect for the holidays. Plus, the easy recipe is naturally dairy-free, gluten-free, and now egg-free too!

The end of Fall is fast approaching, and Winter is around the corner. So, do you know what that means? It’s time to start preparing for Christmas. And, this year, I’m doing that by first baking these delicious German Christmas cookies, also known as Zimtsterne.

Since I am German, I may be slightly biased, but German desserts dominate my Christmas baking repertoire. With the likes of Fruit Cake (Früchtebrot), Stollen, Lebkuchen, Pfeffernüsse, Vanillekipferl, and, of course, Zimtsterne. I love the smell of ginger, cinnamon, and other spices wafting through the house and making everything feel warm and cozy- ringing in the arrival of Christmas time.


Zimtsterne (Cinnamon Stars) German Christmas Cookies

By Ela on 23. November, 2020 | 17 Comments . This post may contain affiliate links*. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.

These 4-ingredient Zimtsterne (cinnamon stars) aka German Christmas cookies are lightly spiced, chewy, and perfect for the holidays. Plus, the easy recipe is naturally dairy-free, gluten-free, and now egg-free too!

The end of Fall is fast approaching, and Winter is around the corner. So, do you know what that means? It’s time to start preparing for Christmas. And, this year, I’m doing that by first baking these delicious German Christmas cookies, also known as Zimtsterne.

Since I am German, I may be slightly biased, but German desserts dominate my Christmas baking repertoire. With the likes of Fruit Cake (Früchtebrot), Stollen, Lebkuchen, Pfeffernüsse, Vanillekipferl, and, of course, Zimtsterne. I love the smell of ginger, cinnamon, and other spices wafting through the house and making everything feel warm and cozy- ringing in the arrival of Christmas time.


Zimtsterne (Cinnamon Stars) German Christmas Cookies

By Ela on 23. November, 2020 | 17 Comments . This post may contain affiliate links*. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.

These 4-ingredient Zimtsterne (cinnamon stars) aka German Christmas cookies are lightly spiced, chewy, and perfect for the holidays. Plus, the easy recipe is naturally dairy-free, gluten-free, and now egg-free too!

The end of Fall is fast approaching, and Winter is around the corner. So, do you know what that means? It’s time to start preparing for Christmas. And, this year, I’m doing that by first baking these delicious German Christmas cookies, also known as Zimtsterne.

Since I am German, I may be slightly biased, but German desserts dominate my Christmas baking repertoire. With the likes of Fruit Cake (Früchtebrot), Stollen, Lebkuchen, Pfeffernüsse, Vanillekipferl, and, of course, Zimtsterne. I love the smell of ginger, cinnamon, and other spices wafting through the house and making everything feel warm and cozy- ringing in the arrival of Christmas time.


Zimtsterne (Cinnamon Stars) German Christmas Cookies

By Ela on 23. November, 2020 | 17 Comments . This post may contain affiliate links*. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.

These 4-ingredient Zimtsterne (cinnamon stars) aka German Christmas cookies are lightly spiced, chewy, and perfect for the holidays. Plus, the easy recipe is naturally dairy-free, gluten-free, and now egg-free too!

The end of Fall is fast approaching, and Winter is around the corner. So, do you know what that means? It’s time to start preparing for Christmas. And, this year, I’m doing that by first baking these delicious German Christmas cookies, also known as Zimtsterne.

Since I am German, I may be slightly biased, but German desserts dominate my Christmas baking repertoire. With the likes of Fruit Cake (Früchtebrot), Stollen, Lebkuchen, Pfeffernüsse, Vanillekipferl, and, of course, Zimtsterne. I love the smell of ginger, cinnamon, and other spices wafting through the house and making everything feel warm and cozy- ringing in the arrival of Christmas time.


Zimtsterne (Cinnamon Stars) German Christmas Cookies

By Ela on 23. November, 2020 | 17 Comments . This post may contain affiliate links*. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.

These 4-ingredient Zimtsterne (cinnamon stars) aka German Christmas cookies are lightly spiced, chewy, and perfect for the holidays. Plus, the easy recipe is naturally dairy-free, gluten-free, and now egg-free too!

The end of Fall is fast approaching, and Winter is around the corner. So, do you know what that means? It’s time to start preparing for Christmas. And, this year, I’m doing that by first baking these delicious German Christmas cookies, also known as Zimtsterne.

Since I am German, I may be slightly biased, but German desserts dominate my Christmas baking repertoire. With the likes of Fruit Cake (Früchtebrot), Stollen, Lebkuchen, Pfeffernüsse, Vanillekipferl, and, of course, Zimtsterne. I love the smell of ginger, cinnamon, and other spices wafting through the house and making everything feel warm and cozy- ringing in the arrival of Christmas time.


Zimtsterne (Cinnamon Stars) German Christmas Cookies

By Ela on 23. November, 2020 | 17 Comments . This post may contain affiliate links*. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.

These 4-ingredient Zimtsterne (cinnamon stars) aka German Christmas cookies are lightly spiced, chewy, and perfect for the holidays. Plus, the easy recipe is naturally dairy-free, gluten-free, and now egg-free too!

The end of Fall is fast approaching, and Winter is around the corner. So, do you know what that means? It’s time to start preparing for Christmas. And, this year, I’m doing that by first baking these delicious German Christmas cookies, also known as Zimtsterne.

Since I am German, I may be slightly biased, but German desserts dominate my Christmas baking repertoire. With the likes of Fruit Cake (Früchtebrot), Stollen, Lebkuchen, Pfeffernüsse, Vanillekipferl, and, of course, Zimtsterne. I love the smell of ginger, cinnamon, and other spices wafting through the house and making everything feel warm and cozy- ringing in the arrival of Christmas time.


Zimtsterne (Cinnamon Stars) German Christmas Cookies

By Ela on 23. November, 2020 | 17 Comments . This post may contain affiliate links*. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.

These 4-ingredient Zimtsterne (cinnamon stars) aka German Christmas cookies are lightly spiced, chewy, and perfect for the holidays. Plus, the easy recipe is naturally dairy-free, gluten-free, and now egg-free too!

The end of Fall is fast approaching, and Winter is around the corner. So, do you know what that means? It’s time to start preparing for Christmas. And, this year, I’m doing that by first baking these delicious German Christmas cookies, also known as Zimtsterne.

Since I am German, I may be slightly biased, but German desserts dominate my Christmas baking repertoire. With the likes of Fruit Cake (Früchtebrot), Stollen, Lebkuchen, Pfeffernüsse, Vanillekipferl, and, of course, Zimtsterne. I love the smell of ginger, cinnamon, and other spices wafting through the house and making everything feel warm and cozy- ringing in the arrival of Christmas time.


Zimtsterne (Cinnamon Stars) German Christmas Cookies

By Ela on 23. November, 2020 | 17 Comments . This post may contain affiliate links*. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.

These 4-ingredient Zimtsterne (cinnamon stars) aka German Christmas cookies are lightly spiced, chewy, and perfect for the holidays. Plus, the easy recipe is naturally dairy-free, gluten-free, and now egg-free too!

The end of Fall is fast approaching, and Winter is around the corner. So, do you know what that means? It’s time to start preparing for Christmas. And, this year, I’m doing that by first baking these delicious German Christmas cookies, also known as Zimtsterne.

Since I am German, I may be slightly biased, but German desserts dominate my Christmas baking repertoire. With the likes of Fruit Cake (Früchtebrot), Stollen, Lebkuchen, Pfeffernüsse, Vanillekipferl, and, of course, Zimtsterne. I love the smell of ginger, cinnamon, and other spices wafting through the house and making everything feel warm and cozy- ringing in the arrival of Christmas time.


Zimtsterne (Cinnamon Stars) German Christmas Cookies

By Ela on 23. November, 2020 | 17 Comments . This post may contain affiliate links*. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.

These 4-ingredient Zimtsterne (cinnamon stars) aka German Christmas cookies are lightly spiced, chewy, and perfect for the holidays. Plus, the easy recipe is naturally dairy-free, gluten-free, and now egg-free too!

The end of Fall is fast approaching, and Winter is around the corner. So, do you know what that means? It’s time to start preparing for Christmas. And, this year, I’m doing that by first baking these delicious German Christmas cookies, also known as Zimtsterne.

Since I am German, I may be slightly biased, but German desserts dominate my Christmas baking repertoire. With the likes of Fruit Cake (Früchtebrot), Stollen, Lebkuchen, Pfeffernüsse, Vanillekipferl, and, of course, Zimtsterne. I love the smell of ginger, cinnamon, and other spices wafting through the house and making everything feel warm and cozy- ringing in the arrival of Christmas time.


Watch the video: Zimtsterne. Weihnachtsgebäck (October 2021).