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I Can’t Pronounce The Name Of These Cookies But They Are DELISH
Many years ago I spent two weeks in Germany, traveling around the country with a group of friends. I know most people think of Oktoberfest when you mention you’ve been to Germany, but we weren’t there for the beer. To us, it was all about the food! I knew I liked German food, based on dishes I had enjoyed back home already – but when we were actually there, everything was even more delicious!
Somehow I had this thought in my mind that I would mostly be eating different kinds of sausages and really good bread. I wasn’t expecting to fall in love with German sweet treats, but I did. The pfeffernusse cookies!
I still don’t know how to pronounce it correctly but I can tell you these spice cookies are amazing. I think these are traditionally holiday cookies, but I’m planning on making these all year long. They’re way too tasty to be made once a year only!
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Quick Tip: You can make these several weeks ahead! Store in a tin, and the flavor will just get better over time.