Monthly Archives: March 2017

Easter Rabbit Pudding Cupcakes

It’s officially Spring and we are ready for greener grass, blooming flowers, and all things warm and sunny. That’s exactly the feeling you’ll get with these Easter Rabbit Pudding Cupcakes. These cupcakes are adorned with sweet blades of icing grass and crunchy candy flowers.  They are then topped with an adorable fondant rabbit made from a small rabbit springerle cookie mold. The…

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Almond Raspberry Sugar Cookies

The mouth-watering combination of almond and raspberry comes together perfectly in these Almond Raspberry Sugar Cookies.  Using freeze-dried fruits for baking is a popular trend and it gives these cookies that little something extra to please the palate. We used our Three Rabbits springerle cookie mold to make the impression and the naturally soft mauve hue from the…

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  • KateApril 3, 2017 - 9:43 pm

    I tried the recipe and I have a couple of comments.  First, I would always double the recipe.  The mixer had trouble with the small recipe.  The amount of raspberry powder made from one bag will work on a double batch.  Second, the almond is essential.  Without it the cookie tastes flat.  Last, I made the mistake of being light on the almond.   It really could have used that little extra.  Do remember that almond extract is very potent and don’t add extra.  What I didn’t like is that I had trouble getting the image to show.  That was probably my inexperience with molds.  The cookies were a hit and are definitely a unique flavor.ReplyCancel

  • LoraJanuary 22, 2018 - 11:08 am

    These were amazing! I think the amounts everything, including the dried raspberries, was perfect. I do have 2 family members that WILL NOT eat almond flavor, so I subbed pure raspberry extract. These were a huge hit! The image was slightly hard to see, but I attribute that to the fact that the recipe has less flour proportionally than a traditional springerle recipe. By the way, I made these gluten free, as I do all my cookies,  by subbing a gluten free flour blend for the all-purpose flour. Again, these were wonderful!ReplyCancel

  • CatherineFebruary 19, 2018 - 7:33 pm

    This is an awesome recipe!  I followed the directions precisely and had excellent results.  I used a deeper cut mold and had excellent results with the final image.  I also tried this recipe using freeze dried apples which combined well with the vanilla and almond flavorings.  I suspect any freeze dried fruit could be used.  As mentioned in other posts, I would double the recipe.ReplyCancel

Easter Bunny Ice Cream Sandwiches

Bring your Easter guests back to their childhoods by serving these adorable Easter Bunny Ice Cream Sandwiches! A rich chocolate fudge soft cookie surrounds your favorite ice cream in this delectable dessert. Truly a dessert the entire family will love! And grown-ups, just make sure you save some for the kids!  The chocolate cookie used…

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