Who doesn’t like cookies? Well, even if you don’t, Santa does. You have to let Santa have his cookies. IMG_2303.JPG

Chocolate cookies IMG_1939.JPG

You will need :

250 g ground walnuts
200 g sugar
250 g cocoa powder
3 eggs
3 tbsp flour

How to make it :

1. Whisk eggs together. Add sugar, cocoa powder, walnuts and flour. Mix before and after adding each ingredient.Processed with VSCO with f2 preset
2. Put the dough in the fridge for 1 hour.
3. Shape little balls and place each one in powdered sugar before putting them on baking tray.Processed with VSCO with f2 preset
4. Bake on 150 °C for about 15 minutes.

Oatmeal cookiesProcessed with VSCO with f2 preset

You will need :

60 g butter
1 egg
50 g sugar
1 vanilla sugar
120 g oatmeal
150 g flour
baking powder
4 tbsp milk
chopped chocolate / chocolate chips

How to make it :

  1. Mix all of the ingredients together. I’d put eggs first. Then I’ll add sugar, vanilla sugar, butter, milk. Mixing before adding each of them. I usually mix baking powder in flour and add it in together. Last is oatmeal and chocolate. You can put other things instead of chocolate such as nuts, raisins, etc. 

  2. Make cookies by taking one spoon of mix at the time and place it on baking tray. Processed with VSCO with f2 preset
  3. Bake on 180 °C for about 12 minutes. 

Cinnamon starsProcessed with VSCO with f2 preset

You will need :

2 egg whites
250 g ground almonds
250 g powdered sugar

How to make it :

  1. Mix together egg whites untill you get “snow”. I don’t know how it’s called, we call it snow. You know it’s good when you put the bowl upside down and the mixture doesn’t fall out. Then add sugar and mix.
  2. Put about 5 tbsp of that mixture in the fridge.
  3. Add almonds and cinnamon in the remaining mixture. mucd7193
  4. Sprinkle some powdered sugar on your working area. Take the dough and roll it. cut the edges of a plastic bag and place it on the dough. That way the dough won’t stick to your rolling-pin.icld6186
  5. Once you have your dough rolled out, start making cookies. Take a star-shaped cookie cutter and put it in the powdered sugar before cutting out each cookie. Once again it is easier to work like that so it doesn’t stick.eptb5536
  6. Put the stars on a baking tray. Coat them with that egg-sugar mixture you have put in the fridge.hcsj5802
  7. Bake on 160 °C for about 10 minutes.

I love cinnamon and I think there is no Christmas without using cinammon in your sweets. And chocolate. And oatmeal is pretty nice too. They are all delicious !

Which one is your favourite ? Send me pictures on Twitter if you decide to make them. Don’t forget to tag me ( @nushablog ) so that I’ll see it.

Bon appétit !

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-> I’m so sorry if I made you hungry. I did it to myself  *runs to kitchen to see if there are still any left*