Marzipan Ravioli



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If you're looking for a way to add some fun to your holiday cookie platter or a delightful idea to share at a cookie swap, these little marzipan filled ravioli cookies are perfect for you. Feel free to substitute with your favourite fillings, like Nutella, cream cheese.

Marzipan Ravioli

adapted from Lecker
  • 225 g All purpose flour
  • 70 g Powdered sugar
  • Pinch of salt
  • 125 g Butter, cut into small pieces
  • 1 Egg
  • 1 tsp Vanilla extract
  • 100 g Marzipan, cut into small pieces
  • 2 tbsp Almond, chopped
  • 1 tsp Orange liqueur
  • 1 Egg yolk
  • 1 tbsp Milk
  • 25 g White chocolate (optional)
  • 25 g Dark chocolate (optional)
  1. Sift the flour, 50 grams of sugar, and salt into a mixing bowl. Add in butter, egg and vanilla extract. Mix with your fingertips until combined. Wrap the dough with a plastic film and chill for 1 hour.
  2. Place the marzipan pieces, remaining powdered sugar, chopped almonds and orange liquor in another bowl. Stir until all well combined.
  3. Remove the cookie dough from the fridge and place on a lightly floured work surface. Roll out thinly and cut into 50 squares, 2 inches by 2 inches. Mix the egg yolk and milk in a small bowl. Preheat the oven to 190C/375F.
  4. Brush half of the squares with egg wash. Place about a teaspoon marzipan filling in the center. Top with the remaining cookie squares, enclosing the filling, and crimp edges with a fork. Bake for about 15-20 minutes until lightly golden. Melt the chocolates separately and drizzle over the tops of cookie raviolis.

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113 comments:

Zoe 13/12/11 05:57

These sweet version of ravioli are very special! They look extremely gorgeous for the Christmas season.

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PolaM 13/12/11 06:00

What a fantastic idea! I think I want to try them with nutella!

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Gerry @Foodness Gracious 13/12/11 06:22

So delicate looking, almost a shame to eat, wait I said almost ;) Nutella sounds awesome!
Take care..

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Sharmilee! :) 13/12/11 06:27

This is totally new and tempting to me...looks inviting too

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TasteHongKong 13/12/11 06:36

Lovely idea! They must be a hit in parties.

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Elin 13/12/11 06:41

Angie..this is so christmassy...love these marzipan ravioli cookies :) Here is me wishing you and family A Merry Xmas early..your cookies pictures gives me feel of Xmas already :)

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Rosa's Yummy Yums 13/12/11 07:22

I love the idea and the filling! Lovely.

Cheers,

Rosa

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the food dude 13/12/11 07:28

These treats look so delicious, perfect for the season! Awesome photos!

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Treat and Trick 13/12/11 07:34

Gorgeous and tempting! Perfect for celebrations...

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OohLookBel 13/12/11 08:16

These are so pretty and clever. Love love the idea of a ravioli cookie!

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elies_lie 13/12/11 08:22

The marzipan ravioli looks lovely and delish angie... and yes it looks liek a ravioli, a perfect christmas cookies for someone who happen to be in love with pasta :D
tq for sharing the idea and recipe my friend... love the red-colorful atmosphere on the pic!
Happy Holiday ;)

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Jasna's kitchen creations 13/12/11 09:06

Very invinting and delectable! Another on the list for trying!

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Sarah 13/12/11 09:12

what a wonderful idea.... love these cookies

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kitchen flavours 13/12/11 09:24

These look wonderful! Perfect for the coming festive season or anytime of the year!

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anne 13/12/11 09:24

That marzipan looks like heaven ! A great Christmas gift idea ;)

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noobcook 13/12/11 09:41

they look like the perfect festive cookies!

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Vicki Bensinger 13/12/11 10:41

Angie what a fabulous idea and so pretty. I am definitely making these and I'm already thinking of all the fillings I can use in them. Fun idea and great photos.

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ping 13/12/11 10:56

Super idea! Best ravioli ever!

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thecompletecookbook 13/12/11 12:30

Oh Angie, my mom would absolutely love these!
:-) Mandy

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Pegasuslegend 13/12/11 12:45

OMG this is amazing! I love marzipan havent ever had it look so good!

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Kathy 13/12/11 12:51

What a great cookie! I love anything with almond paste. I will definitely be making these. Thanks for sharing!

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Ambreen 13/12/11 12:53

This looks divine, absolutely wonderful!

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Happy Cook / Finla 13/12/11 13:14

I love marzipan, and love this cookie filled with them, if i had time I would surley make this cookie.

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Heather @ girlichef.com 13/12/11 13:19

This would be such a fun addition to any cookie plate! I can almost taste them...they sound so good!

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Joanne 13/12/11 13:20

This is an amazing idea. Marzipan is one of my favorite things!

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Barbara 13/12/11 13:33

Anyone who loves marzipan (and that means me!) is going to adore these, Angie. Such a cute idea and they look delicious!

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Carol @ There's Always Thyme to Cook 13/12/11 13:50

What a creative and super idea, a ravioli cookie, I love it!

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Terra 13/12/11 13:56

Oh those look so pretty, they would be fantastic for a cookie swap! The flavors are beautiful:-) Hugs, Terra

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lena 13/12/11 14:21

i only know ravioli in pasta form! they are so cute in cookies, they look festive too!!

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Jen at The Three Little Piglets 13/12/11 15:03

Those are adorable! Those would definitely be the attention getting cookie at any cookie swap!

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Lisa @ Tarte du Jour 13/12/11 15:21

These look spectacular!! Great for a cookie exchange!!

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Belinda @zomppa 13/12/11 15:55

Love it! I have a cookie party coming up....

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April @ Ape's Eats 13/12/11 16:33

These are so creative, I love it! Ravioli shaped cookies, genius!

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Claudia 13/12/11 16:43

This is way too cute and creative - just heavenly.

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Elisabeth 13/12/11 16:44

Totally gorgeous...unique, and extremely festive, delicious cookies, Angie!
They do look like raviolis, except they are lovely, cookies!
Thanks for sharing yet, another amazing recipe:D

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Tina 13/12/11 16:53

This is a very unique cookie recipe. Love the use of marzipan to fill these! I have seen a lot of cookie recipes due to the recent swap, but this one be the one that is slated for yearly tradition. Definitely a must try-thanks for posting!

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Priya 13/12/11 17:07

Pretty and elegant marzipan ravioli..

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Ann@Anncoo Journal 13/12/11 17:37

Looks so pretty and delicious.I definitely want to make this for the Christmas.

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Cherine 13/12/11 18:49

Awesome! The filling is wonderful.

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 13/12/11 19:14

The cookie dough sounds delicious with the marzipan filling and my wheels are turning with other filling ideas - like chocolate and nuts :) Saving this one!

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A Spoonful of Yumm 13/12/11 19:23

it looks fabulous...great idea angie ! happy holidays :-)

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JavelinWarrior 13/12/11 19:55

Maybe I'll sample one. And another for the trip home. And a couple to share with my family. And a couple for a midnight snack. Oh, just give me the whole tray! ;)

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laurie 13/12/11 21:07

Great idea..they look awesome!

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vianney 13/12/11 21:09

This are super cute idea for the holidays!! Thanks!

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Cajunlicious 13/12/11 21:31

Angie, these are fantastic!

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Nupur 13/12/11 21:34

Wat a wonderful recipe.. never thought this can be made this way .. yum yum !!

Nupur
UK Rasoi

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Geni 13/12/11 22:22

How many ways can I say YES?!!! These are perfection! I am a marzipan lovin' crazy person and would love to make them into these flaky little raviolis. You are a genius Angie and they look so amazing.

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Veronica's Kitchen 13/12/11 22:32

How cute! I'd love to make some with nutella!

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Rebecca Subbiah 13/12/11 23:00

love these and endless possibilities for fillings

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Raina 13/12/11 23:51

These are so pretty and they must taste delightful with that yummy filling:)

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Hornsfan 14/12/11 01:29

So cute, these look quite tasty too. I can imagine any cookie platter you create for the holidays is just stunning :)

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Christine@Christine's Recipes 14/12/11 02:40

Very lovely baked ravioli, a very festive snack. Love it !

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pigpigscorner 14/12/11 03:43

My mum would love these, she loves marzipan! I like the idea of nutella!

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Reeni 14/12/11 03:55

The way to my heart is with marzipan! I love that you can use other fillings too. So delectable.

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5 Star Foodie 14/12/11 04:40

Very unique and special treats!

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cookingvarieties 14/12/11 06:53

hi angie, how i wish i can take home these ravili cookies... so pretty and delicious looking too.it makes me wonder when you would like to do guest post for me..from your existing recipes.. looking forward. have a nice day

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Ann 14/12/11 07:31

These are stunning! What a playful cookie! I don't think I would change the filling...I like it just the way it is!

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Jenn 14/12/11 13:31

What a creative idea, Angie! They look wonderful!

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Lizzy 14/12/11 13:45

I'm always on the look out for new holiday cookies...and these are unique, beautiful and delicious....a triple whammy!

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Sanjeeta kk 14/12/11 14:08

Simply awesome..these cute little packets of Raviolis are just wonderful!

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nancy at good food matters 14/12/11 16:35

Very inventive and appealing! I can imagine they'd be delicious filled with Nutella, too.

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Rosita Vargas 14/12/11 16:42

Una idea genial me encantaron,abrazos,hugs,hugs.

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Emily Malloy 14/12/11 17:13

Homegirl. You never cease to rock my world.

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Viviane Bauquet Farre 14/12/11 17:36

Angie, what a cute holiday dish you've conjured up (as usual!). Also, it's creatively out-of-the-box for a holiday dish but entirely appropriate too.

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Ivy 14/12/11 18:00

That's a cute name for these cookies and very tempting.

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Tricia @ saving room for dessert 14/12/11 18:43

My goodness those look wonderful! Thanks for this recipe - it is perfect for me! Love the marzipan, almonds, liqueur and chocolate. Terrific idea.

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Stephanie 14/12/11 19:05

These are adorable. The perfect size too. I love small holiday desserts at a party.

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Katherine Martinelli 14/12/11 20:06

What a great idea! I love these dessert ravioli, so cute.

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Magic of Spice 14/12/11 22:14

These are just gorgeous, and so very festive! A perfect holiday treat :)

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Holly 14/12/11 22:42

Mmmmm! These look wonderful!

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Faith 14/12/11 22:43

These are beautiful, Angie! I really love the idea of a sweet ravioli and marizpan is a wonderful filling choice!

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Maggie 14/12/11 23:10

I've never met anyone crazier about marzipan than my husband. He would go GA-GA over these little treats. I think I am going to have to surprise him with these. Thank you!!

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Lisa H. 15/12/11 00:28

Eventhough I am not a great fan of marzipan... these looks great and yum :D

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Velva 15/12/11 01:01

This is a creative fun cookie to serve up on a cookie platter during the holiday season.

Velva

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motherrimmy 15/12/11 04:38

I am continually amazed at what a creative cook and baker you are. Not to mention that your pictures are just beautiful.

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Gina 15/12/11 05:41

Why be picky I say use both nutella and the mazipan, he he. Love these and I am going to a cookie swap on Friday, I think they would like these. You should come move over here and we can swap cookies.
-Gina-

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Pacheco Patty 15/12/11 05:46

I would love to swap cookies with you, these are just beautiful Angie!

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Sutapa 15/12/11 11:57

Beautiful cookies Angie .....I would love Santa to pack some from your house and bring to me!

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Becki's Whole Life 15/12/11 12:13

These are so cute and original! The filling sounds wonderful.

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Gloria 15/12/11 14:21

Angie:) what lovely idea, look amazing!! beauty pics as well:)

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Only Fish Recipes 15/12/11 16:36

wow..that looks delicious...love your pics :-)

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Jeannie 15/12/11 17:13

Oh these little ravioli look so delicious! Marzipan sounds like a perfect filling for these cookies! So pretty and festive!

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Priscilla - She's Cookin' 15/12/11 19:10

These are the cutest cookies ever - so creative, Angie!

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sweetcarolinescooking.com 15/12/11 22:13

I'm all about the idea of filling these cookies with cream cheese. mmm mmm! They're gorgeous, Angie! :)

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Beth 15/12/11 22:44

Those are the cutest cookies I've seen! They'd make a great addition to a Christmas cookie plate.

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Cristina - Teenie Cakes 15/12/11 23:52

I like these cute little cookies, Angie. They're like little pillows filled with tasty goodness! Great idea and presented so beautifully!

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Ilke 16/12/11 04:53

I adore these Angie, I am bookmarking it for Nutella version! Very lovely, cute, small delights.

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Victor 16/12/11 09:03

A sweet version of raviolis, I love your creativity. Have a nice holiday, Angie!

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sally 16/12/11 15:35

I love this take on ravioli! They looks so pretty and tasty!

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blackbookkitchendiaries 16/12/11 17:13

oh wow! this sounds heavenly and its so creative. Love marzipan cookies. thank you for sharing this.

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Cheah 16/12/11 17:27

This is simply gorgeous, Angie. Just right for the X'mas season

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JavelinWarrior 16/12/11 17:49

I hope you don't mind but I'm so inspired I've included this post in my Friday Food Fetish roundup. Thanks for sharing and MOAR please :)

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Jill | Dulce Dough 16/12/11 18:18

I love the marzipan filling that these have! They look and sound so yummy!

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Words Of Deliciousness 17/12/11 00:42

This looks so yummy and the pictures are beautiful as always

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Kiran @ KiranTarun.com 17/12/11 00:46

Marzipan ravioli?!? WHat a fun and unique dessert for the holidays :)

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Hotly Spiced 17/12/11 12:31

What a fabulous and original idea. I had never thought of filling ravioli with marzipan

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Anne@frommysweetheart 18/12/11 03:11

Angie....this is such a fabulous idea! I LOVE turning 'food' into 'dessert'! And I always look for ways to make things playful! These are so pretty...and I love marzipan...so I wouldn't change a thing! : )

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Lora 19/12/11 03:19

This is indeed a fun addition to a holiday cookies platter. So creative!

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grace 19/12/11 10:09

what a fun and delicious idea! considering the power of my sweet tooth, it's no surprise this is much more appealing than regular ravioli. :)

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Monet 19/12/11 15:33

Now this is my idea of pasta! Thank you for whetting my appetite. Now I don't want to go to work, I just want to get in the kitchen and bake! I hope you have a blessed week, my friend!

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A SPICY PERSPECTIVE 19/12/11 17:09

Oh my goodness! I've never wanted something so badly!

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Kristen 19/12/11 18:29

Those look like they take a ton of work to make, but I am sure the effort is well worth it!

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feiane (fe-yan) 21/12/11 02:09

looks yummy and delish!... will definitely try this recipe and will post in my personal food blog... yey!

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Kelly Mulcair Registered Nutritionist. Content © 2011 Trinity Nutrition. 23/12/11 23:28

How beautiful and inspiring Angie... I hope you have a wonderful holiday season and I look forward to connecting again in 2012!

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A Canadian Foodie 24/12/11 22:24

Anything with marzipan is on my "to make" list. These look delicious. I love the name! Merry Christmas, Angie! There is definitely magic in the air! Best wishes for a prosperous and dream filled 2012!
:)
XO
valerie

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JavelinWarrior 30/12/11 17:20

I still can't get these cookies out of my head! They're truly amazing... Thanks so much again for sharing and today I am featuring these cookies as one of the most memorable fetish worthy foods from 2011. Can't wait to see what you'll bring us in 2012!

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Cinnamon and Thyme 30/12/11 20:12

Wow, marzipan cookies! :) Will try :)

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