It’s December and Christmas is coming. Outside it is cold and this year there is also some snow. In the evening you like to sit by candlelight with biscuits and tea on the couch and read a good book or watch TV. I like to eat spiced, because you could stand on the shelf all year round! That’s why I was so excited when I discovered the Edeka spiced cream!
And when searching the internet for other manufacturers I came across some great recipes to make myself. Since most of them included a lot of sugar, I changed my a little bit. You should reckon with about 20-30 minutes for the preparation (depending on how fast you get the biscuits small).
Ingredients for the spiced cream
- 600g Spiced Biscuits *
- 1 tablespoon homemade (or one pack) vanilla sugar
- 150g sugar
- 375ml Cream
- 150g soft butter
- 15g Spekulatius Spice *
Instead of cream, you can also take condensed milk. But do not take less liquid, otherwise it becomes more of a spiced rubber than a cream (I know what I am talking about…)
First, the biscuits are ground as fine as possible. I only have a magic wand, so it takes quite a long time. Tip: First cover the bowl with a cloth so that the biscuit crumbs do not fly throughout the kitchen. With a stand mixer or a coffee grinder it should go significantly faster (if your coffee grinder is not as small as ours).
Next, butter, cream and sugar are heated together in the pot or microwave until the butter is completely liquid. Stir the sugar well. Now mix everything with the spiced spice and the crushed biscuits and stir very well until everything produces a creamy mass.
The finished cream is now refilled in jars and stored in the refrigerator. It is best to get it from the refrigerator 10-15 minutes before you eat it, so that it is no longer as hard as it gets. By the way, with beautifully decorated glasses This makes a great gift for Santa Claus or Christmas!
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