If you’ve never make cookies using molds, they produce the most beautiful and intricate results. They are the perfect holiday baking project. Try these recipes with your molds for a few delicious variations.Cookie molds generally are either carved in wood or cast in ceramic. The traditional German springerle cookies are made using intricate wooden molds, as are the Belgian speculaas. The recipes below include several twists, including one gluten-free, on the classic cookies. Happy baking!
The holiday season, otherwise known as dry-skin-and-sinuses season, can be made a lot better with this beautiful stocking stuffer.It is a tiny humidifier shaped like a dog sitting inside a rocket reindeer which already makes it a winner. Not only can it humidify the air for 8 hours but it also doubles as a night light. And frankly, it is a great gift for both kids and adults who are not the greatest fans of boring designs.
Cookie recipes for use with wooden molds and stamps: Meringue springerle, Orange-Chocolate, Anise, Speculaas, Scottish Shortbread cookies, Fancy gingerbread cookies, Use of cookie stamps, Preventing sticking, Use and cleaning of wooden molds.