Introduction by Mia Windisch-Graetz, images and recipe by Fareisle.
Coming from Austria (just like the super soft Lenzing MicroModal we use for our Les Sublimes clothes), I couldn't imagine the holiday season without Linzer cookies. Believed to have been first baked way back in the 1700s in the Austrian city of Linz (hence the name!), they rank top of my Christmas baking go-to's.
Newly vegan (with the minor exception here and there), I recently attempted a vegan version of this traditional recipe and it turned out delicious! These to-die-for cookies will be the most popular sweet treat at your table on Christmas Eve. They also make a great personal gift for friends. Merry Christmas munchies everyone. Or as we say in Austria - Fröhliche Weihnachten!
or you can just buy some organic raspberry jam ;)
Serves: 18 round sandwich cookies (2”) + nine mini cookies (1”)
Cookies can be made ahead and will keep sealed at room temperature for up to a week. Preserves will keep refrigerated for 2 weeks.
Original recipe and images by Fareisle. Fareisle is an incredible family-run business out of Nantucket that hosts one-of-a-kind private dinners and runs an e-shop selling the most delectable plant-based gourmet foods. They also feature a fantastic blog with more great recipes we know you will love. Check them out to get inspired!
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