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Pfeffernusse Cookies

Submitted by: Thebeansma 
This recipe for the traditional German Christmas cookie features molasses and honey with a variety of spices. 
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Perfect Gingerbread Cookies

Submitted by: BallerinaBaker 
Applesauce helps to lighten these traditional holiday cookies. 
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Lebkuchen III

Submitted by: Jeanne 
An old German cookie that is full of candied fruit peel and spices. the longer they sit, the better they get. 
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Lebkuchen V

Submitted by: THREADS321 
This spicy traditional German cookie takes a few days to ripen into its full flavor. This makes a large batch, but they last for weeks in a sealed container. 
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Hazelnut Cocoa Cookies

Submitted by: Chef Haws 
Living In: San Jose, California, USA
A rich, chewy, nutty, dark chocolate taste that's more than just bittersweet. 
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Traditional Pfefferneusse

Submitted by: DANICASB 
Home Town: Burlington, Wisconsin, USA
Family recipe for German peppernuts. Small, dense spice cookies that are tantalizing when dipped in coffee, or great on their own. This is the traditional version with molasses. 
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Pfeffernuesse IV

Submitted by: Denise 
A spicy dark cookie that people in Germany make during the holidays. 
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Pfeffernuesse Cookie Mix

Submitted by: Pat K. 
This is a recipe for a traditional spicy German cookie made with black pepper commonly found on Christmas cookie platters. 
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Double Chocolate Biscotti

Submitted by: MARGARET N 
Home Town: Boulder, Colorado, USA
Living In: Centennial, Colorado, USA
These are a perfect treat with a cup of coffee for breakfast, with tea in the afternoon or for a light dessert. Fancy enough for company but simple enough to make every day. 
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Gingerbread Cutouts

Submitted by: Joyce Guy 
You can roll out gingerbread dough into rectangular sheets for walls, cut out windows, and bake. Same for the roof. When done you can fit them together with icing 'glue' and paint them with colored icing. First decide what size and draw each piece (front, back, ends and roof on paper such as typing or computer paper and fit them together to see how it will look when completed. You can also cut out shingles and 'glue' them in place after the rest is assembled. Use the paper pattern as a guide for cutting each piece out of the dough before you bake it. Decorate with icing and decorative candies. 
 
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