What are jelly donuts filled with
Are you all in the Christmas spirit already? If not, it's time! ;) Maybe a little advent calendar will help, something to nibble on and some Christmas music to get in the mood? So "Last Christmas" is already running in a loop here - unfortunately you can't hear it, but today I can offer you the 9th door of the Food Blogger Advent Calendar with some delicious cookie sandwiches;)
Yes, food bloggers also make Advent calendars - some of you may have noticed;) Our calendars cannot be placed next to the screen in the office or in the living room, but every day there is a (virtual) door with one or two surprises.
Today we have December 9th and accordingly I have the 9th door of the Food Blogger Advent Calendar (take a look at the Facebook page for more information - at the bottom there is also an overview of who is on which day) . Since Cookie Friday is also on my blog at the same time, I thought to myself, there will also be Christmas cookies today. Delicious marshmallow sandwich cookies with jam. Sounds good right?
Two chocolate biscuits nestle against a layer with a soft marshmallow and jam, coated with delicious chocolate ... that's how love stories begin and not with "Once upon a time ..."; P
I think so, even if you are not a big marshmallow fan (many think these things are too sweet), the combination with jam, biscuits and chocolate will convince even the last doubter. Especially when you bring a good jam or sandwich with you on the boat. I can particularly recommend the jams from Marmelicious *. I took a relatively "classic" jam here - cranberry and orange jam (with cardamom) *. The guys from Marmelicious have many other delicious flavors on offer - some of them very unusual combinations. Take a look around the site and you'll see what I mean
And because I think the jams are so good, they are here and now three jam packages (see below) of it to win. Sounds good, doesn't it? Then you can easily try out how the jams taste - I'm sure there are some jam fans here. What do you have to do? Very easily: Tell me in the comments what you have already baked with jam or would like to bake it. The lot will decide in the end and maybe I'll try out one or the other idea and show you what came of it :)
So hit the keys! But first read the conditions of participation at the bottom! Do you have until Monday, December 12th, 2016 at 11:59 p.m. Time to comment, then the winners will be drawn by lot and notified. That's it. Tomorrow, by the way, Fabienne von Freiknuspern will continue with the advent calendar. Have a nice Advent weekend!
For the dough:
120g soft butter
1 egg (M)
260g flour (type 405)
1/2 teaspoon baking powder
1 tbsp cocoa
pinch of salt
For the filling / decoration:
10 large marshmallows
400g dark chocolate couverture
For the dough:
1/2 cup (120g) butter, at room temperature
3/4 cup (150g) sugar
1 medium egg
2 cups (260g) all-purpose flour
1/2 tsp. baking powder
1 tbsp. cocoa powder
pinch of salt
For the filling / decoration:
10 large marshmallows
14 oz. (400g) semi-sweet chocolate coating
DIRECTIONS / PREPARATION
2. Preheat the oven to 180 ° C (350 ° F). Line two baking sheets with parchment paper and set aside. Roll out the dough on a floured surface and cut out 40 circles, each 6cm (2.4 inches) in diameter. Place the pieces of dough on the baking sheets with enough space between them and then slide a baking sheet into the oven and bake for 8-10 minutes. Take out of the oven, let cool for a short time on the baking sheet and then place on a wire rack to cool down. Bake the remaining biscuits in the same way and do not turn off the oven afterwards.
3. Cut the marshmallows in half. Place half of the biscuits upside down on a baking sheet (bottom facing up) and cover each with half a marshmallow. Spread the jam on the undersides of the remaining biscuits and set aside. Bake the biscuits with the marshmallows in the oven for 2-3 minutes, remove them and then immediately squeeze the sides of the biscuits with the jam together. Cool on a wire rack.
4. Roughly chop the couverture and melt it - either in the microwave or over a saucepan of simmering water. Cover the biscuits with it and then let them dry on a wire rack.
2. Preheat the oven to 350˚F (180 ° C). Line two baking sheets with baking parchment and set aside. Roll out the dough on a floured surface and cut out 40 rounds - each about 2.4 inches (6cm) in diameter. Place on the baking sheets and bake one sheet at a time for 8-10 minutes. Take out of the oven and let cool down on the baking sheet for a moment, then transfer to a cooling rack and let cool down completely. Repeat with the second baking sheet - do not turn off the oven averwards.
3. Half the marshmallows. Turn half of the cookies upside down and place on a baking sheet - place a marshmallow on top. Brush some marmalade on the backside of the other half of the cookies and set aside. Place the ones with the marshmallows in the oven and bake them for about 2-3 minutes. Take them out and immediately place the cookies with the marmalade on top of the cookies with the marshmallows and press together. Let cool down on a wire rack.
4. Chop the chocolate coating and melt in the microwave or over a pot with simmering water. Coat the cookies with the chocolate and let cool down completely on a wire rack.
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Here is a version of the recipe that is easy to print.
- 120g soft butter
- 150g sugar
- 1 egg (M)
- 260g flour (type 405)
- 1/2 teaspoon baking powder
- 1 tbsp cocoa
- pinch of salt
- 10 large marshmallows
- 100g jam
- 400g dark chocolate couverture
- In a large bowl, beat the butter with the sugar on the highest setting until everything is light and airy. Add the egg and stir in well. Mix the flour with baking powder, cocoa and salt and then add to the bowl and stir in briefly and then knead into a smooth dough. Shape the dough into a ball, flatten it and then wrap it in cling film and place in the refrigerator for at least 30 minutes.
- Preheat the oven to 180 ° C (350 ° F). Line two baking sheets with parchment paper and set aside. Roll out the dough on a floured surface and cut out 40 circles, each 6cm (2.4 inches) in diameter. Place the pieces of dough on the baking sheets with enough space between them and then slide a baking sheet into the oven and bake for 8-10 minutes. Take out of the oven, let cool down on the baking sheet for a short time and then place on a wire rack to cool down. Bake the remaining biscuits in the same way and do not turn off the oven afterwards.
- Halve the marshmallows. Place half of the biscuits upside down on a baking sheet (bottom facing up) and cover each with half a marshmallow. Spread the jam on the undersides of the remaining biscuits and set aside. Now bake the biscuits with the marshmallows in the oven for 2-3 minutes, remove them and then immediately squeeze the sides of the biscuits with the jam together. Cool on a wire rack.
- Roughly chop the couverture and melt it - either in the microwave or over a saucepan of simmering water. Cover the biscuits with it and then let them dry on a wire rack.
December 1st: Hare im Glück
December 2nd: Sarah’s trouble spot
December 3rd: Antonella’s baking blog
December 4th: The boys cook and bake
December 5th: Sasibella
December 6th: My kitchen fight
December 7th: Miss Blueberrymuffin
December 8th: Lirumlarum spoon handle
December 9th: Bake to the roots (here you are right now)
December 10th: Crunch free
December 11th: Brutzelmania
December 12th: Lady Apple Pie
December 13th: TryTryTry
December 14th: Ina Is (s) t
December 15th: baking & more
December 16: Emma's favorite pieces
December 17th: NOM NOMS food
December 18: light lavender blue
December 19: Baby Rock My Day
December 20th: The cake baker
December 21: Photolixieous
December 22nd: Fine craftsmanship
December 23: Daniela's food blog
December 24th: Peace Joy Pancakes
Conditions of participation for the competition:
1. What can you win?
3 Christmas jam packages (see above) from Marmelicious will be raffled off. You can only win one of these packages at a time - the selection will be random, unfortunately it is not possible to select the prizes.
2. How can you win?
The prizes will be raffled among all participants. Participation takes place by leaving a comment below this post and answering the question asked (see above). Only one comment is allowed per participant.
3. Over what period of time does the campaign take place?
The promotion starts when the competition is closed and ends on Monday, December 12th, 2016 at 11:59 p.m.
4. Who can take part?
All persons residing in Germany who are at least 18 years old at the time of participation are eligible to participate. No prizes will be distributed to minors who take part anyway. Participation is free and every natural person is allowed. Participation requires the truthful entry of the data relevant to participation.
5. Who will be excluded from participation?
The organizer of the competition (Marc Kromer) is entitled to exclude individual persons from participation if there are legitimate reasons, such as B. violation of these conditions of participation, manipulation, etc., and reserves the right to take legal action. The judges' decision is final.
6. How are the winners determined?
The winners will be drawn by lot from all participants.
7. How do I find out if I have won?
The winner will be notified via the email address provided in the comment function.
8. How do I get my winnings?
With the notification of the prize, the winner will be asked to provide the contact details required to send or hand over the prize. The participant is responsible for the correctness of the contact details provided.
9. What happens if I do not register after receiving notification of the prize?
If a winner does not contact us within 2 days of being notified, the prize will be forfeited. In this case, a new winner will be drawn from among the eligible participants. The same applies in the event that a winner provides incorrect contact details and it is therefore not possible to send or hand over the prize.
10. Reservation Clause
The organizer of the competition reserves the right to modify, interrupt or end the competition at any time without prior notice and without giving reasons. The organizer only makes use of this option if, for reasons of force majeure, for technical reasons (e.g. viruses in the computer system, manipulation or errors in the hardware and / or software) or for legal reasons, proper execution of the game cannot be guaranteed can. The organizer is not liable for losses, failures or delays caused by circumstances outside of his area of responsibility.
The data collected will only be used to run the competition. After the competition has ended, all information provided will be deleted.
The winnings cannot be paid out in cash. Claims to prizes cannot be transferred or assigned to other persons. The judges' decision is final. Should individual provisions of the conditions of participation be or become invalid, the validity of the remaining conditions of participation remains unaffected. It will be replaced by an appropriate provision that most closely corresponds to the purpose of the ineffective provision. The organizer of the competition reserves the right to change the conditions of participation at any time.
* I worked with Marmelicious for this entry and the competition. This post is therefore available as aadvertising to declare. My comments are not influenced and correspond to my own opinion :)
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