Wedding Time

by connie on July 31, 2014

I made orange flavored Springerle for my nephew’s wedding this weekend. I used the Rustic Victorian mold since the wedding will be at a cabin in the woods. Now the celebration!

Enjoy the rest of the summer, Connie

{ 6 comments… read them below or add one }

1 jan wilson 08.18.14 at 10:29 am

Your white KitchenAid is exactly the one I have used since 1972, and I loved it but graduated just a few years ago to a “RED” new one and love it! Enjoy your new one and I’m sure it too will give many years of mixing your fabulous recipes.

2 carlas simoney 09.09.14 at 3:44 pm

Olá seu trabalho é maravilhoso !!!!

Uma pena não consegui traduzir a receita para fazer rss…..

O legal é ter os moldes para fazer o que quiser trabalhos em cupcake , bolos,docinhos para festas …..

Fiquei louca com tudo isso pena aqui no Brasil não ter cursos como estes ..

Um grande abraço ,


3 gloria 11.16.14 at 6:38 am


Do you have a catalogue that you send out for your cookie molds?

Thank you,


4 Jean 11.18.14 at 3:55 pm

Remember the old Windmill cookies you could buy at the grocery? Kind of a gingery , crunchy cookie with a few sliced almonds on top? Well I purchased a magazine in about 2005 I think, and it had the Speculaas cookie recipe in it and the exact cookie we used to buy. At the end of the recipe it said I could get the cookie cutter/mold, whatever at this website. Well, I am here and am not seeing it. Can any one help?

5 Kate Lloyd 11.19.14 at 2:20 pm

I would like to buy a twining vines rolling pin but notice that they are out of stock. I live in the UK and am a keen baker. I haven’t seen anything this nice here! Please can you let me know if you will be getting them back in stock soon! I’m desperate to make gingerbread with it for Christmas. Many thanks, Kate

6 connie 12.08.14 at 11:12 pm

The windmill cookies are “Speculaas” cookies. Look under the cookie molds/speculaas category.


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