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Recipe for 15 small letters
50g oat flakes
50g spelt flour
35g ground almonds
45g Coconut flower borer
35g native coconut oil
30g Peanut butter (without additives)
1 tbsp ice-cold water
the content of a vanilla pod
1/2 tsp tartar baking powder
a pinch of salt
a small bowl with coconut flakes
15 chocolate decor hearts made of dark and white chocolate
Grind the oat flakes to flour in a mixer or food processor and set aside.
Heat the coconut oil briefly in a small pot and pour into a mixing bowl or food processor. Stir coconut blossom sugar, peanut butter, egg and the contents of the vanilla pod until foamy. Add ground oat flakes, ground almonds, spelt flour, baking powder and salt and mix to a mixture. If the dough is too dry, add a tablespoon of ice-cold water.
Put the dough in the fridge for about 1 hour.
Preheat the oven to 180°C.
Print out my letter templates (here: HAMMAmama Date vouchers), stick them on another sheet of paper and cut out the reinforced templates.
Then knead the dough briefly and roll it out on a surface dusted with spelt flour. Using the large stencil and a sharp knife, cut out the letter. Place the smaller template in the middle of one third of the envelopes, cut it out and bake the outer edge as well. Carve the contours of the back of an envelope on another third.
6. bake the cookies on a baking tray lined with baking paper at 180°C for approx. 8 – 10 minutes.
7. after cooling, smear the inner parts with apricot jam and stick to the undersides. Roll a date voucher into small rolls and place in the “envelope”.
8. then coat the inside again with jam (see above) and stick the top of the letter on it. Press together a few seconds for a better hold.
9. Now let the envelopes dry for 15-20 minutes. Then spread all 4 sides with the jam and dip into the grated coconut.
10. finally, coat the chocolate hearts on the back with a little jam and stick carefully on the Briefkekse. Done!