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Biscuits (Page 3)

Banana waffles
Banana waffles stay soft and taste very fruity. Use 2-3 bananas depending on size. ...
Bear paw cookies
Bear paw cookies Bear paws belong to the classic Christmas cookies. It is best to let the cookies dry overnight before baking. ...
Bee Sting Cookies
Bee Sting Cookies are baked with short dough. They taste delicately crispy. ...
Belgian waffles
Belgian waffles can also be baked well in larger quantities. If you keep them in a cookie tin, you can bake the Belgian waffles in a toaster. ...
Belgian waffles with strawberries
Belgian waffles with strawberries For Belgian waffles with strawberries first melt butter. Allow to cool slightly. ...
Bethmännchen biscuits
Bethmännchen biscuits For Bethmännchen biscuits, place almonds in a bowl, blanch with boiling water and skin after cooling. Grind half of the almonds and knead with the marzipan mixture. ...
Bethmännchen biscuits simple
Bethmännchen biscuits simple Bethmännchen biscuits are simply prepared without marzipan and rose water, but still taste very aromatic of almonds. Preheat baking oven to 175° C. ...
Bircher muesli bar
Bircher muesli bar s are prepared with dried apple rings and raisins, making them taste fruity. For the Bircher muesli bars first cut apple rings, dried into small cubes and mix with raisins. ...
Biscotti di mandorle biscuits
Biscotti di mandorle biscuits The recipe for biscotti di mandorle biscuits comes from Veneto. Beat the egg whites of 3 small eggs until they form small bonnets. ...

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