Vegan und schnell gemacht: Vanillekipferl - NIKIN EU

Vegan and quick to make: vanilla crescents

Vanilla crescents that smell of sweet vanilla simply taste heavenly. They require few ingredients and are baked quickly. Only the shaping takes some time and effort.

For the vegan version of the German-Austrian classic Vanillekipferl, the butter is replaced with coconut fat or margarine. And if you want to bake low-carb or gluten-free vanilla crescents, you can replace the flour entirely with almond flour.

Have fun baking and enjoying!

Ingredients for approx. 40 pieces of vanilla crescents

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Vanilla crescents: 1st step

Prepare the mise en place. Preheat the oven to 180 °C and line a baking tray with baking paper. Put all the ingredients except the powdered sugar and the packet of vanilla sugar in a dough bowl and mix with the food processor or your hands.

Zutaten mixen

Vanilla crescents: 2nd step

Take walnut-sized portions of the dough and roll them out between your hands. Place on baking sheet and shape into a half moon. Bake the crescents for 12 minutes until they are lightly browned around the edges.

Kipferl formen

Vanilla crescents: 3rd step

Sift the powdered sugar into a bowl and mix with the vanilla sugar. Carefully toss the still lukewarm vanilla crescents in it so that they are completely covered with powdered sugar.

Last steps

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More about the author

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I'm so excited to be able to share one of my favorite things with you. Cooking and baking have been with me since I was a child. I love conjuring up delicious meals and dishes from good quality food. I love exploring different country cuisines or improvising to create vegan alternatives. A method of preparation that preserves vitamins is just as important to me as the orientation towards seasonal and regional products.
 
I can even share my passion for cooking and baking with young people in my professional life as a secondary school teacher when I teach the subjects of business, work and household.
 
Other activities I love to do include yoga, swimming (preferably in the sea), reading and being with my family or friends.
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