German Xmas Cookie Can

Cookies are a delicious treat all year round. They come in large and small, with fillings, with icing, with spices, nuts, fruits, and chocolate. Cookies can be taken as a picnic treat or given as a small, cute gift.

This class is a basic German cookie class. The most important and traditional Christmas cookies such as vanillekipfel and cinnamon stars are taught.

For children, there are simple recipes that can be made without an oven or stove, such as marzipan potatoes and Christmas chocolate crossies.

On top of that, for advanced bakers, there are special, unusual, and deluxe cookies such as Candy Cane cookies, poppy hats filled with apricot marzipan, and whiskey liqueur cookies.

There is also a basic course on baking cookie rolls for those who don’t always have time to bake or who want to make a lot of different kinds of cookies quickly and easily. The cookie rolls can also be cooked and frozen, and you can always bake a colorful plate of a wide variety of freshly baked cookies for your guests and family. In this recipe, you will learn how to make your own cookies using your favorite ingredients. You can make them with Christmas spices for Christmas, strawberries or red cranberries and cute pink food coloring for Valentine’s Day, matcha green tea and white chocolate for Hanami (cherry blossom viewing) as a Japanese style, dark chocolate and espresso for adults to go with coffee, and countless other variations all year round. You can make them all year round. For example, there are already six delicious variations of cookie rolls, including Christmas flavors such as gingerbread, fruity flavors such as cranberry orange, and kid-friendly flavors such as red fruit with strawberry.

Other recipes include the classic Hot Wine recipe to make baking even more fun with a glass of hot wine to complete your Christmas baking.

And this year, there’ s a new Stollen recipe for you to try. In the past, we have taught marzipan stollen, poppy seed stollen, mini stollen pralines, and simple, basic stollen. This year, I will introduce a healthy and very light stollen recipe using spelt flour and cottage cheese. By using spelt flour, the stollen is safe for diabetics and people with gluten allergies. Also, the use of cottage cheese makes the stollen fresher and fluffier than traditional stollen. It is also low in calories.

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As the weather gets colder, hot drinks become especially tasty. Every year from late November, Christmas markets are held all over Germany. The hot wine shops are especially popular here. It is a hot, sweet red wine made with lots of Christmas spices and fruity oranges. The recipe has been lowered in alcohol content so that it can be drunk by people who are sensitive to alcohol.

Like hot wine, stollen is a German Christmas recipe that is famous and popular all over the world. This year, I prepared a special recipe. This stollen is made with cottage cheese and spelt flour, which makes it lighter and healthier than traditional stollen. Spelt flour is also very healthy for people with gluten allergies and diabetics (my original recipe).

In the U.S., colorful candy canes are a staple of Christmas candy, but in Germany, these beautiful candy canes have been popping up everywhere in recent years. These sticks are very sweet and large, so I like to bake these delicious little candy cane cookies. I like to bake these delicious little candy cane cookies because the sticks are so sweet and large. A little anise in the dough and a sprinkle of pistachios on top makes them extra special.

When it comes to Christmas cookies, there are a variety of cookies with different fillings. Jam and marzipan are the most common. This recipe has two special ingredients.        

First, the filling is made of apricot marzipan cream, and second, the dough has blue poppy seeds in it. It is a special combination of flavors that you can only dream of.

The cinnamon star is a must-have for every Christmas and is always included in the Christmas cookie assortment at any supermarket. It is very popular in Germany and is one of the most famous and very old Christmas cookies. 
Another special point is that you don’t need flour for this recipe.

Like the cinnamon stars, vanilla crescents are a very important part of traditional German Christmas cookies. It is a pure white cookie with lots of vanilla.          
Once you try them, you can’t stop.

This is a great recipe to make with kids. There is no baking or cooking required. They are small, cute, creamy pralines with hints of almond, chocolate and light coffee.
(My original recipe)

Small, crunchy, creamy honey almond caramels coated with chocolate. Not only are they delicious for Christmas, but they are also very easy to make. You can find them in many classic and deluxe cookie mixes in supermarkets. They go well with coffee.

You do not need an oven or stove for this recipe. All you need is a microwave oven to melt the chocolate.
Chocolate Crossies are a very popular crunchy snack made with nuts, cornflakes and chocolate. You can buy them anywhere, and they are often eaten at parties or when you have guests over.
In this version, I have refined them with oranges, cranberries, and lots of Christmas spices.
(My original recipe)

A very exclusive and unique cookie. The filling is creamy and smooth with a gentle whiskey aroma. Since there is not much alcohol in these cookies, they are very popular among children.

This is a traditional cookie recipe, not just for Christmas, and it was given to me by my grandmother. The jam keeps the cookies moist and crisp. Depending on the jam you use, you can make a cookie sandwich that is both creamy sweet and juicy fresh. This is a great recipe to make with the kids. Everyone can spread their own favorite jam on the cookies. Also, depending on the pattern you cut out of the cookie, it can have different meanings, for example, you can cut out a heart for someone special (e.g. also for Valentine’s Day).

This recipe uses the same dough as the jam cookies. Small, cute, and crispy pretzel cookies can be made quickly and easily alongside the jam cookies. Not only do they look beautiful in a cookie tin, but they are also delicious with a cup of coffee.                            These cookies are eaten all year round.

Everyone loves cinnamon rolls. Unfortunately, we don’t always get to eat them. They are also extremely filling.
The popular cake has been adapted into bite-sized cookies. They are small, light, and crispy.

These crispy cookies are made with lots of roasted almonds and hazelnuts. They taste similar to Italian cantuccini. This is a very simple recipe. If you don’t have a cookie cutter, a knife will do.

Cookie rolls can be enjoyed all year round, not just at Christmas.               They are very easy to make because you can prepare the dough and cut the cookies quickly and easily with a knife.
This recipe is a basic recipe. You can add various other ingredients (nuts, chocolate, spices, dried fruits, etc.) to make your own cookies.
This is a great recipe for people who don’t have a lot of time for baking or who have no experience in baking cookies.

The refreshing taste of cranberries and oranges makes this cookie a great summer treat.
(A variation of the basic cookie roll)

Roasted hazelnuts, chocolate, and espresso are kneaded into the dough, making these cookies the perfect accompaniment to coffee.
(A variation of the basic cookie roll)

My kids love these cookies. They are also great for Valentine’s Day and cherry blossom viewing. It is a very fruity cookie with lots of strawberries, cranberries and apricots.
(A variation of the basic cookie roll, my original recipe)

Spekulatius, like gingerbread, is a very traditional cookie recipe in Germany. However, it takes a lot of time to bake them. With this recipe, you can quickly make cookies with the traditional flavor of Spekualius without the hassle.
(A variation of the basic cookie roll, my original recipe)

Stollen is very popular, but it takes a lot of time to make. How about a simple stollen cookie? These are quick and easy to bake and can be enjoyed anywhere you go.
(A variation on the basic cookie roll, my original recipe).

Do you like the taste of gingerbread? These cookies are a great choice because they are full of chopped chocolate and gingerbread spices. They are very true Christmas cookies.
(A variation on the basic cookie roll, my original recipe)


Dec 2021

In this time period you will have 2 days with Zoom Meetings for asking the teacher questions and meeting with other students

  •  Stollen & Candy Cane Cookies: 18 Dec 2021
  • Stollen & Whiskey Liqueur Cookies: 23 Dec 2021


3:30 PM – 6:45 PM

Tokio, Japan, local time


  • 3:30 PM – 4:15 PM
  • 5:30 PM – 6:45 PM

Zoom Room OPEN

In this time period you can enter and connect to the teacher and other students; choose your day and time freely

The 2 ZOOM baking classes consist of 2 meetings on one day. First meeting “Dough Making” and second meeting in the evening “Baking & Decoration”!

Dough Making: preparing and mixing the dough; in the break before the Baking & Decotation Zoom meeting the dough will rest.

Baking & Decoration: cutting the cookies, forming the stollen and bake everything. In the end decoration of the fresh baked stollen.


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