The author has baked each and every one of the German Plätzchen, carefully describing and explaining all the required steps. The cookies were photographed the way they actually turned out, there is no cheating.
The cookies introduced in this book had to withstand the most blatant of all critics – the author’s sons. And as every mother or father will know, they don’t hesitate to voice their opinion.
All ingredients are given in this book, all that’s missing to really make it perfect is YOU.
Enjoy baking these delicious German Plätzchen!
For several years, Gabriele Altpeter has been running kochfokus.de and kochfokus.com - cooking communities in German and English. There, she passionately presents recipes and cooking advice.
She graduated at the Carolo Wilhelmina University in Braunschweig, her hometown, has been happily married for more than 25 years and is the proud mother of two sons. Amongst cooking and baking, she is also interested in reading and sports and likes running with her Golden Retriever.
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