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Marzipan II

Submitted by: C. Lynn 
A simple recipe to add that special touch. Marzipan can be rolled out and used to cover a cake, or to make decorations. 
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Marzipan

Submitted by: Carol 
Make your own marzipan instead of buying it. Marzipan is used to frost Christmas cakes and for candies, and all sorts of other goodies. Please note: this recipe contains raw eggs. We recommend that pregnant women, young children, the elderly and the infirm do not consume raw eggs. Important: be sure to use only fresh eggs for this recipe. 
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Marzipan Candy

Submitted by: DARLING975 
Marzipan can be a great cover for a cake, or cut out fun shapes to decorate cakes, cookies, or eat alone. You will need a little frosting to glue the marzipan to a cookie or cake and it can make for a yummy treat. It is especially yummy on a cake with cream and a little bit of your choice of jam between the layers! 
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Marzipan Christmas Kringle (Juleskringle)

Submitted by: WOLSELEY 
Home Town: Enslev, Midtjylland, Denmark
Living In: Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
This almond-filled pastry is perfect for Christmas breakfast or dessert. It's traditionally baked in a pretzel shape. 
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Almond Marzipan Cookie

Submitted by: Carol 
Living In: Homewood, Illinois, USA
This is a delicious, traditional cookie filled with almond paste. 
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Almond Butter Icing

Submitted by: DeDe 
Light almond flavored icing, great for sugar and butter cookies. You may need as little as 4 cups of confectioners' sugar; just stop adding it when you've reached the desired consistency. 
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Macaron (French Macaroon)

Submitted by: Elle 
Lovely, light little French almond meringue cookies are just begging to be filled with your favorite filling and made into sandwiches for a delightful treat. Follow the directions carefully and you will have success. For the best accuracy, measure ingredients by weight (see footnote). 
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Zucker Hutchen

Submitted by: Robin J. 
Also called Little Sugar Hat Cookies. Why? Because they look like little hats. 
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Cinnamon Stars

Submitted by: Robin 
These German "Zimt Sterne" are made with ground almonds instead of flour for a delicious gluten-free Christmas cookie. They're brushed with a shiny lemon glaze for a pretty finish. 
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French Macaroons

Submitted by: crazymary98 
Light French macaroons (not the coconut kind) can be tinted and filled with all kinds fillings. 
 
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