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Vanilla snowball bredele
Vanilla snowball bredele
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These are small Alsatian Christmas cookies with a chewy inside and a slightly crispy outside. They taste vanilla and almond and resemble small snowballs in the shape and color. You can prepare them a month before Christmas, keep them in a thin box covered with baking paper and they will still taste newly baked.

Ingredient List for 10 servings:
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16 gr Vanilla sugar
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150 gr Sugar
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2 Egg whites
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140 gr Almond flour
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45 gr Flour
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1 pinch Salt
Oven temperature:
180 degrees Celsius
Instructions:
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Preheat the oven at 180 degrees Celsius.
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With an electrical mixer whip the egg whites to a hard foam.
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Continue to whip while adding the sugar and vanilla sugar and make a shiny foam.
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Stir gently while adding the flour, almond flour and the salt.
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Place a baking paper on a baking sheet.
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Make small balls and place them on the baking paper.
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Place the baking sheet in the oven for approx. 15 minutes. Take out the cookies and let them cool down before serving them.
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