24 Cookies or more...

Ingredients: 400 grams of spelled flour, 100 grams of almond flour (you can also use 500 grams of spelled flour), 2 teaspoons of vanilla, 1 tbsp of gingerbread spices, 2 tbsp of broken linseed + 6 tbsp of water (mix and set aside), 50 grams of coconut sugar (or more, if you want it sweeter (max. 100 grams), 3 tbsp pure apple syrup, 2 teaspoon tartar baking powder, 120 ml almond milk and dark chocolate and sprinkles for the topping (biovegan, Ekoplaza)

Step 1

Preheat the oven to 180 degrees and line the baking tray with baking paper.

Step 2

Mix all dry ingredients in a bowl. You can also put everything for the dough in the food processor.

Step 3

Place the wet ingredients in a separate bowl and mix together.

Step 4

Combine the wet and dry ingredients in 1 bowl and mix well to form a firm ball.

Step 5

Is the dough too wet? Then add some flour and if it is too dry, you can add some plant-based milk.

Step 6

Wrap the dough ball with some cling film and let it rest in the refrigerator for about 20 minutes.

Steps 1 to 5 can also be accelerated. You put everything in the food processor and let the device do its work.

Step 7

Roll out the dough to the desired thickness and cut out the stars with a cookie cutter.

Step 8

Place the stars on the lined baking tray (not too close together) and spread them with some almond milk. Place the baking tray in the oven for about 12-15 minutes.

Step 9

Remove the baking tray from the oven and let the cookies cool.

Step 10

In the meantime, melt the bar of dark chocolate au ban marie. Spread the melted chocolate over the cookie with a spoon and decorate it with some sprinkles. Let the chocolate harden thoroughly before putting it in a tin.

Step 11

Do the 24 cookies not go together? Then store them (without the chocolate) in the freezer and top them off when you are going to use them. You can store cookies that are decorated in a container that can be closed tightly. They become drier after 3 days, but they will be gone before then!

Step 12

Do you take them with you on the road? Then put them in your boho tiffin and you have a fair snack for later...