Einkorn Almond Linzer Cookies


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These jam-filled Linzer cookies satisfy the sweet craving and just happen to be healthy because of the use of wholegrain einkorn flour and stevia-sweetened jam. The Linzer cookie, originated in the city of Linz, is based on the Linzertorte, one of the most famous and beloved holiday classics in Austria.

Einkorn Almond Linzer Cookies

adapted from Küchen Götter
  • 150 g Blanched almonds, ground
  • 150 g Einkorn berries, milled into flour
  • 1/2 tsp Cinnamon powder
  • 1/2 tsp Clove powder
  • Pinch of salt
  • 150 g Butter, softened
  • 50 g Powdered sugar
  • 1 Egg, medium
  • 1/2 tsp Vanilla powder
  • Stevia sweetened strawberry jam for filling
  • Powdered sugar for dusting
  1. Whisk together the ground almonds, einkorn flour, cinnamon, clove and salt in a bowl.
  2. Beat butter and powdered sugar until light and fluffy, about 3 minutes. Beat in the vanilla powder and egg. Finally beat in flour mixture on low speed until the dough starts to come together. Place onto a work surface lightly dusted with flour and shape into a flat disk. Wrap in a plastic and chill for 2 hours.
  3. Line two baking sheets with parchment paper. Roll the dough between 2 sheets of baking paper to 3-mm thick and cut out cookies with a 5-cm heart-shaped cutter. Place them on the prepared baking sheets. Use a smaller round cookie cutter to cut out the centers of half of the cookies on the baking sheet. Reroll any scraps and cut out the remaining cookies. You will have 70 cookies. Chill for 15 minutes.
  4. Preheat the oven to 150C/300F. Bake cookies, one sheet at time, until edges are golden, 10 minutes. Let cookies cool on sheet 2 minutes. Transfer cookies to a rack to cool completely. Spread jam on the flat side of each solid cookie. Dust the top of the cut-out cookies with powdered sugar and press the flat sides together.

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Wishing you and your family all the warmth this Holiday Season has to offer. Have a very merry Christmas and a New Year filled with peace, love and happiness!


63 comments:

Rafeeda AR 21/12/16 05:33

So much prettiness... lovely cookies...

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Nava K 21/12/16 06:53

Amazing bountifulness of happiness for Christmas. Such a pleasure to look at and to nibble over.

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Abbe@This is How I Cook 21/12/16 07:58

One of my faves Angie. Have a great holiday though I am sure you will with these on the table!

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Agness Walewinder 21/12/16 08:36

Oh girl, these look absolutely lovely and super yummy!

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Rosa 21/12/16 10:19

Very cute! I'd love to taste one right now.

Cheers,

Rosa

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Kelly 21/12/16 11:18

These are SOOO pretty! I love Linzer cookies and making them healthier sounds even more perfect!

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Monica 21/12/16 13:01

Beautiful cookies! Happy and healthy is what I want to be and these are the perfect treats for that. I wish you the same in 2017!!

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Sonia Cerca 21/12/16 14:01

Those cookies look delicious!

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Karen Luvswesavory 21/12/16 14:31

Hi Angie,
Oh my! They looked lovely and delicious ! Can't get my eyes off these lovely pictures.
Wishing you & family a blessed Christmas and happy holidays!

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kitchen flavours 21/12/16 16:08

Very pretty cookies, and they look very delicious!

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Cheri Savory Spoon 21/12/16 18:45

Linzers are one of my favorite cookies and I see you worked your magic to make them more healthy for us. Many thanks and Happy Holidays Angie!!

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Liz Berg 21/12/16 18:55

Healthy and beautiful! You don't see that very often with cookies! They're perfect for the holidays---and no guilt going back for seconds! Merry Christmas and Happy New Year, Angie! xoxo

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Mindy Boyd 21/12/16 20:15

These look so good an I bet they taste even better. Merry Christmas!

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Peachy Adarne 21/12/16 21:32

I love your holiday set-up! And the cookies? Oh it looks so delicious. Merry Christmas Angie!

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Chrissy Barua 21/12/16 23:04

Ahh! These really are just the best!

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Tricia Buice 22/12/16 02:04

Your Linzer cookies are gorgeous and the decorations are beautiful! Wishing you and your family a beautiful, wonderful, Merry Christmas!

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Ann Low 22/12/16 03:07

These Linzer cookies look very pretty and festive. Merry Christmas, Angie!

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Rosita Vargas 22/12/16 04:55

Linda realización te deseo felices fiestas,abrazos.

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My Little Space 22/12/16 07:32

Howdy darling Angie ! You are well prepared for the coming celebration. I'm sure more cookies on the way. Wish to be there enjoying your treats together.
Blessings, Kristy

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All That I'm Eating 22/12/16 09:40

These are so pretty; I love making these biscuits at this time of year. Love the sound of the einkorn and almond together.

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Harriet Emily 22/12/16 10:35

I love linzer cookies! These look delicious Angie. I can't wait to try your recipe :) pinned!

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Adina 22/12/16 10:56

A healthier version of some of my favorite cookies! They sound and look delicious! Frohe Weihnachten!

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Nancy Chan 22/12/16 13:13

Pretty cookies and perfect for Christmas gifts and snacks. Merry Christmas & Happy New Year to you and love ones!

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Katerina 22/12/16 13:54

When I saw the first picture I thought they were fake and part of the candles, that perfect they looked! Happy Christmas and Joy in your hearts!

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Cheyanne @ No Spoon Necessary 22/12/16 15:44

Linzer Cookies are a holiday classic, and yours are just beautiful, Angie!! Love that you made them healthier! Now I can eat twice the amount! ;) I hope you have a wonderful holiday! Cheers!!

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fimère .b 22/12/16 20:49

ils sont beaux et bons à croquer
joyeuses fêtes

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 22/12/16 21:13

They look so delicious, Angie! I love the ground almond flour in these as I love almond anything :) Merry Christmas, Angie!

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Evelyne CulturEatz 22/12/16 22:38

About the only cookie I did NOT make this year (but will next year), your Linzer cookie are just adorabel! Happy holidays xoxo

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Big Rigs 'n Lil' Cookies 23/12/16 02:38

What a pretty cookie! Perfect for a Christmas platter!

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motherrimmy 23/12/16 04:03

You make the most delicious looking baked goods. I wish I had your baking talent! Have a wonderful holiday and have one of these sweet treats with a cup of tea for me!

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Gloria Baker 23/12/16 06:44

What beautiful cookies dear Angie !

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Marta @ Co dziś zjem na śnidanie 23/12/16 07:43

These are so cute, I saw a lot of round cookies with a jam around, but I prefer hearts :) Marry Christmas!

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Anca 23/12/16 14:41

They look so pretty and they must be delicious too. Merry Christmas! xx

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Geraldine Saucier 23/12/16 18:16

Beautiful and delicious cookies. Very festive. Another fantastic recipe. Thanks for sharing.

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Alida 23/12/16 19:51

Beautiful beautiful! They look like jewellery your little cookies. So lovely.
I wish you a fab Christmas and new year.

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Gingi Freeman 24/12/16 00:36

Those cookies are seriously the most adorable things EVER!! - http://www.domesticgeekgirl.com

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Dawn Yucuis 24/12/16 04:11

Hi Angie, Your cookies look beautiful. I wanted to stop by and wish you a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!!

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Amelia 24/12/16 13:16

Hi Angie, Merry Christmas to you and family. Your cookies look so cute and pretty. Excellent pictures and display. Happy Holiday.

Warmest regards,
Amelia

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Pam 24/12/16 15:02

They look delicious! I love this cookie and have been wanting to try it for years and now I will after seeing this. Merry Christmas and the best to you in 2017, Angie!

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Emma @ Bake Then Eat 24/12/16 15:18

Such a beautiful healthy festive treat, I'd love to see these on any cookie platter. Merry Christmas Angie to you and your family :D

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I dolci di Grazia 25/12/16 21:10

Beautiful cookies Angie!! Merry Christmas!!

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Hema 26/12/16 15:32

Loving these cookies, and you have made them healthy too, that makes them more tempting..

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Beth 27/12/16 03:24

Merry Christmas to you, too, Angie, and much happiness in 2017.

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Eva Taylor 27/12/16 15:16

I love how you took the traditional Linder cookie and made them into hearts, they are beautiful!
Eva http://kitcheninspirations.wordpress.com/

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Susan 27/12/16 17:37

The cookies are so beautiful and one of my favorites! I've never heard of Einkorn berries; you always keep me on my toes! Happy New Year, my friend, XOXO

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Easyfoodsmith 27/12/16 19:31

So pretty and festive. Happy holidays!

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Roz Corieri Paige 28/12/16 03:58

I have yet to make Linzer Cookies and want to do so very much! You have a delicious recipe and they are so beautifully presented, Angie! I hope that your Christmas was full of love and joy and wish you a Happy 2017!

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Christine Ho 28/12/16 11:04

The cookies look so pretty, Angie. Btw, just curious to know where you get the stevia-sweetened jam.

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Barbara 28/12/16 13:50

I love linzer cookies...these are so cute, Angie.
Wishing you a Happy New Year!

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grace 28/12/16 17:33

these cookies are BEAUTIFUL! not only that, but what great flavors. you've made a perfect batch of holiday cookies, angie!

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Evi @ greenevi 28/12/16 17:59

These linzer cookies are simply stunning, Angie! Happy holidays <3

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Anu - My Ginger Garlic Kitchen 28/12/16 18:01

Oh. My. Gosh. How pretty and delicious these almond linzer cookies look. Love the addition of stevia-sweetened jam. Happy Holidays my friend.

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Karen (Back Road Journal) 28/12/16 23:22

I think if my husband had to piece one cookie as his favorite, it would be Linzer cookies…love yours.

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Pamela Palma 29/12/16 01:52

I love Linzer cookies, really, they are one of my favorites. Just came to wish you a very nice New Year's Eve and my best wishes for the next year, big hugs

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Jean | DelightfulRepast.com 29/12/16 15:49

Angie, your Linzer cookies are beautiful. Must try them for my next tea party.

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Anne 29/12/16 17:05

Wow this looks so amazing! I love these cookies!

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Marcelle @ A Little Fish in the Kitchen 29/12/16 20:07

These cookies look beautiful, Angie!! I'm sure they are delicious too. Stevia-sweetened jam is definitely a tasty and healthy alternative to the traditional, sugary jam.

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Reeni Pisano 30/12/16 03:00

These are one of my favorite cookies Angie! I love how thick you made them and so pretty too! Happy New Year!!!

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Anne@ASaladForAllSeasons 5/1/17 02:29

I love Linzer cookies...both the look and the taste! Would love to try your healthier version. So pretty and festive!

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Sharon D 6/1/17 13:23

Absolutely gorgeous. I love it - perfect for Chinese New Year too. Red is the rage now ;)

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Choclette Blogger 7/1/17 20:23

These look so pretty and the candles are making me feel all warm and cosy. I hope you had a good Christmas and I wish you a very happy, healthy and fulfilling 2017.

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