In all these crazy times when I can I love to make some treats for Christmas.
Here other classic recipe from German.
Lebkuchen is German for ginerbread. These are soft and delicious cookies made with honey, almonds and marmalade.
Merry Christmas !
Source :One acre Vintage home
1/2 cup honey
1/2 cup white sugar
2 tablespoon butter melted
3 tablespoon orange marmalade
1/2 tsp baking powder
1/2 tsp baking soda
2 cups all purpose flour
1 1/2 tsp ground ginger
1 1/2 tsp ground cinnamon
1 tsp allspice
1 tsp cardamom
1 1/2 cup confectioners's sugar
2 tablespoon water
1 tablespoon lemon juice
Blend all wet ingredients together;
honey, butter, eggs, orange marmalade and white sugar.
Add all dry ingredients and spices to combined wet ingredients and beat until smooth.
On a greased cookie sheet, spoon out cookie dough with tablespoon.
Preheat oven to 180° (350° F) and bake for 8/10 minutes until are golden pale.
Let cool on wire rack when bakes.Cookies will be soft.
Combine all and whisk until smooth.
Add more or less sugar until you reaches desired consistency.
Print recipe here
Galletas alemanas de Navidad
Dear Gloria, Such beautiful cookies. These are perfect for the season and as Christmas gifts. I bet they are delicious. Merry Christmas dear. xoxo CatherineReplyDelete
Thanks Catherine! Merry Christmas for you and your family !! xoxoxoxReplyDelete
They look so festive and delicious Gloria.ReplyDelete
Thanks Pam !Delete
Very pretty. Happy Christmas.ReplyDelete
Thanks Ivy !Delete
Merry Christmas !
Rosemarie..my first manager in real estate..the one that hired me..was German..these were her very favorite cookies with pfefernusses(sp?)ReplyDelete
Happy Holidays to you and yours:)
Monique, last year I made Pfeffermuses but this year I wanted try other german recipe.:)Delete
Happy holidays dear Monique !
They look delicious, Gloria! My husband's family is German and my MIL made these every Christmas. A great cookie for the season!ReplyDelete
Thanks dear Pam. We love german treats !!Delete
They are so very pretty and festive with those golden sprinkles. Have a wonderful holiday season, Gloria.ReplyDelete
Thanks dear Angie!Delete
This year I found these little golden stars especially for Christmas cookies !
These look so goodReplyDelete
Thanks Christine !!Delete
They look great. Very fancy.ReplyDelete
Thanks David !Delete
deliziosi, ne prendo uno ! Un abbraccio !ReplyDelete
Grazie Chiara :)Delete
Such a yummy holiday cookie!! They are beautiful, too, with the glaze and the sparkly sprinkles!ReplyDelete
Thanks dear Lizzy :)Delete
Thanks Adam :)Delete
Gloria, Gingerbread is one of my wife's favorites! We are currently working our way through a batch of German gingerbread cookies. These are even better... Can't miss with the addition of marmalade, honey and almonds! Take Care, Big Daddy DaveReplyDelete
Mine too David, I love german treats ! With honey are amazing !!!Delete
Take care !
Deliziosi,ma anche meravigliosi con quella spruzzatina d'oro :)ReplyDelete
Ne prenderei uno.
Un bacio e buon fine settimana
Grazie Dani, un abbraccio e buon fine settimana!Delete
bellissimi e golosi!!! Buon week end!!ReplyDelete
Grazie Fede !!Delete
Bellissimi Gloria e sicuramente deliziosi! Un abbraccio e buon fine settimana!!!ReplyDelete
Grazie Elena, Baci!!Delete
A good idea for Christmas !ReplyDelete
Oui Oui !! merci beaucoup :)Delete
I love lebkuchen! I used to have it all the time when I was in Germany. Great recipe grazie!ReplyDelete
Grazie anche a te Alida :) Hugs!Delete
I love ginger - these look great ...ReplyDelete
All the best Jan
Me too Jan!! Thanks so much !Delete
Merry Christmas for you too !!
Oh I love these, Gloria...they are so pretty!:)ReplyDelete
I had never though of making them myself though.
Now I will definitely give them a go!
Thank you so much for inspiring me...:))
Have a Wonderful Weekend!
Much Love & Hugs xoxoxo
Thanks Ygraine, Merry Christmas to you !Delete
They look very festive indeed as are your trays.ReplyDelete
Thanks Pat :)Delete
I had many of these in Germany! They are quite delicious :)ReplyDelete
Awww I know . You live in paradise lol lolDelete
Merry Christmas Keith for you both :)0
I love these cookies! I have never made them, but my stepmother's mom makes them every year. I hope to have them on Christmas. Yum! Yours look delicious and beautiful.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous wreath at the top of your blog too!
Thanks Jess :)Delete
Love gingerbread in any form--and so pretty with the golden sprinkles on top! Your wreath in the header is so lovely and Christmas-y too!ReplyDelete
Thanks Inger ! Merry Christmas !!Delete
Hi Gloria, my mother-in-law used to make cookies similar to these, always loved them. Love your wreath header so beautiful!!!ReplyDelete
Thanks Cheri ! What lovely memories!!Delete
Merry Christmas !
Che bella atmosfera natalizia,bravissima cara Gloria!!!ReplyDelete
Grazie cara Laura ! Un abbraccio!Delete
i love just about all cookies, but glazed ones are particularly appealing! great recipe!!ReplyDelete
Thanks Grace :) :)Delete
Grazie Alice !! Merry Christmas to you and your family!!Delete
Sono bellissimi, perfetti per un dolce regalo! Auguri di buon Natale Gloria!!!!ReplyDelete
Que ricas Gloria, se ven preciosas. Feliz Navidad!! BesosReplyDelete
Gracias Rosana ! Feliz Navidad!Delete
Merry X-mas, Gloria!ReplyDelete
Merry Christmas Grumpy blue !!Delete
ils sont beaux et festifs avec ces paillettesReplyDelete
Joyeuses Fetes Fimere!
Hanno un aspetto delizioso e chissà che bontà! Ti faccio tanti auguri di feste serene. Un bacioReplyDelete
Grazie cara. Tanti auguri per te !!Delete
Delicius!! Merry Christmas!! Kiss SilviaReplyDelete
Cara Gloria buone feste!!ReplyDelete
wow, i didn't know this. thank you!ReplyDelete
Grazie Andrea Tantissimi auguri!Delete
Je connais ces biscuits. Ils sont très bons.ReplyDelete
A bientôt et tous mes voeux pour cette nouvelle année.
Happy New year dear nadji!Delete
I love marmalade. Never thought to put it in a cookie. That reindeer bowl is too cute!ReplyDelete