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St Nicholas Spekulaas

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The crunchy, golden biscuits made with spekulaas spice in the Netherlands and neighbouring countries for St Nicholas Day on the 6th of December are traditionally shaped using hand-carved wooden moulds before baking. Saint Nicholas was known for his secret gift giving, such as putting coins in the shoes of his faithful. He is remembered to this day when spekulaas biscuits are baked.

Use 20g of spice for 380g of flour which will make 30–40 biscuits.
Cassia, coriander, clove, ginger, allspice, cardamom, nutmeg.
Netherlands
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Reviewed by Robyn S.
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Heavenly

Fragrant and lovely in my biscuits

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Reviewed by HAYLEE W.
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Delicious!

Delicious baked into spekulaas biscuits!

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Reviewed by Catherina M.
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5 Stars

great to find these spices, these biscuits are much loved in my house, glad i have found a place to buy them now.

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Reviewed by Josie
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My secret ingredient!

I have been using this as my secret ingredient in biscuits, apple pies, and just about anything else you can think of, and it's a winner every time!

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Reviewed by Lisa D.
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Absolutely perfect

I use this with poached pears for my breakfast and it provides for the perfect spice blend.

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