German Hazelnut Cookies #Recipe

by Melanie Roberts

in Christmas Cookies, German Recipe, Recipe

German Hazelnut cookies super easy to make

Thanksgiving is behind us, now it’s time to start baking Christmas Cookies. I love to keep some recipes on hand from home, in Germany. I love the simple ones, the ones with nuts and the unusual ones; to spoil my family a bit with special treats as well as a walk down memory lane for me.

The Christmas Season is a very special one in Germany and I try to keep that alive in our very own home and take all of you along for the journey as well. Be sure to visit often, you never know what will happen during Advent; we have many, many traditions.

Hazelnut Cookies

This is what you need to make German Hazelnut cookies Gluten Free

You Need:
7 egg whites
1 cup sugar
2 cups ground Hazelnuts
(I used the Shelled Hazelnuts and used a Blender to grind them fine)

Use your blender to grinde Hazelnuts
This is how to make the Hazelnut Cookies:

  1. Preheat oven to 300F;
  2. Beat the egg whites till they are nice and stiff
  3. Add sugar and hazelnut, just use a spatula and fold under the egg whites
  4. Take a spoon and drop each cookie onto a greased cookie sheet
  5. in the oven they go for about 10-15 minutes; till the edge of the cookie is golden brown

ready to mix the German Hazelnut cookies

Let the cookies cool off; I added some whole Hazelnuts prior to baking on some, you can add them, but not a must. My kids couldn’t get enough of them and since they are so simple, we will make them many times over this Holiday season, I’m sure.

You can also substitute Hazelnuts and use, ground pecans, Almonds or Walnuts.

German Hazelnut cookies cooling off

Happy Baking ….

Melanie a/k/a Crazy Mom is a mother of three, a Kindergarten Princess, and two Teen Boys. She loves to review products and tell the world about a good product as well as give savings tips and ideas on how to budget, save with coupons and create yummy family recipes that are cheap and flavorful as well as many DIY items around the home.
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Grace Hodgin November 24, 2012 at 3:32 pm

I think this is a lovely recipe and I can imagine how wonderful the kitchen smells while they are baking. Thank you for another lovely recipe that I need to try.

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Laura Jacobson November 24, 2012 at 3:51 pm

Oh these look really good and they would be gluten free for me! I have such a hard time finding cookies without flour! Oh I am going to have to try these this Christmas! Oh so excited! Thank you!!!

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Melanie Roberts November 24, 2012 at 5:35 pm

YES!!! They are Gluten FREE.. so snack away.. you will LOVE them… and experiment with different Nuts if you like; would LOVE to hear the outcome and so excited for you..love to read when my readers get excited :-)

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Crystal C
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November 24, 2012 at 6:26 pm

I love hazelnut. These just might be going on my Christmas baking list. Thanks for sharing your recipe!
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Melanie Roberts November 25, 2012 at 2:58 pm

I love Hazelnuts, too and I bet you will enjoy these.. :-) Would love to hear back how they turned out.

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Pam November 25, 2012 at 12:57 pm

These look good Melanie. Thanks so much for sharing them with us. I can’t wait to read about your German traditions.
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Barb W. November 25, 2012 at 1:48 pm

Oh my goodness Melanie, another recipe I must try!! I love when you share your German recipes with us, this one looks so nummy!
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Melanie Roberts November 25, 2012 at 2:58 pm

Glad you like my recipes… :-) Hope they turn out just as well at your house… just watch.. and one little tip of advice.. Don’t BLINK!!! Because they are gone that quick….

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Terri
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November 25, 2012 at 3:13 pm

Yum! Thank you so much for sharing this recipe! I’d love to try it out on my own family. Just thinking of delicious German baked goods and pastries brings back wonderful memories :)
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