Okay, it might be a little early to talk about cookies, but we want to introduce you to the recipe for making cookies in a waffle iron as soon as possible. It’s super quick, less complicated, and tastes at least as good as oven-baked Christmas cookies. It is not easy at the moment, except for the fact that you can save a lot of electricity and money with this method.
The fun situation remains the same, so to speak, and the cookies can be cut into the desired shape fresh from the waffle iron. Then there is a lot of edge, which remains normal and can be suppressed directly.
If you read this recipe just before Christmas, you can add other ingredients like ginger or spicules. Think of this as a basic dough from which you can easily bake your future cookies. I have to admit I’ve made them for breakfast before. It’s very quick and easy.
You can even have a waffle iron with a shallow profile. No one will notice when you come around the corner with these cookies. The dough is reasonably denser than regular waffle batter, so make small balls out of it and place them on the heating surfaces. Then close it carefully and after a few minutes you can already enjoy the first homemade cookies from the waffle iron.
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Super quick cookies from a waffle iron – a brilliant idea
Perhaps the fastest cookies in the world: after 20 minutes you can cut the first cookies from the waffle iron.
Cut the vanilla pod in half lengthwise and scrape out the pod and place in a bowl with the butter. Add eggs, flour, almond and baking powder, cinnamon and nutmeg. Using a hand mixer fitted with a dough hook, knead everything into a smooth dough for at least 5 minutes.
Then add sugar and stir. Cover everything and chill for 10 minutes. Until then, turn on the waffle iron and bring it to working temperature.
With lightly oiled hands, form small balls and arrange five at a time, like dots on a five-eyed dice, and bake in the waffle iron at the same time. It takes 3 to 4 minutes each session until they are golden brown. Remove the finished cookies and add new ones and so on. have fun!
When it’s hot, you can easily cut the cookies with your regular cookie cutters.