Austrian vanilla crescents for Xmasby Sylvia Beer Communication
Crescents, kipferl, Mexican wedding cakes, and Russian teacakes are all names for the same delicious Christmas cookies. One can also add nuts, like almonds, walnuts, pecans or hazelnuts to the recipe. Recommended Features
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Review on Austrian vanilla crescents for XmasThis review is about making vanillekipferl or vanilla crescents for Christmas. Their name and shape varies, as they are also known as Mexican wedding cakes or Russian teacakes. There are various kinds of crescents, depending on the type of nut used: walnuts, hazelnuts, almonds or pecans and also depending on their flavorings: chocolate, or cinnamon. There are also different ways of making them, either using grams or the more traditional cups and spoons.
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