Grassins with Chocolate
Basler Brunsli means “little browns, and they are one of Switzerland’s most popular Christmas cookies. You make them with chocolate or cocoa powder and ground nuts.
Bricelets (or Bretzeln) are thin and crispy wafers that can be made sweet or savory. The dough or batter gets cooked as it gets pressed.
One of Switzerland’s most popular Christmas cookies, these little cinnamon star cookies have a meringue-like icing.
Mailänderli generally contain equal parts butter and sugar, some lemon zest and a bright yellow coating brushed on their surface.
Thusner Hosenknöpfe are sweet little biscuits often flavored with rosewater and lemon zest. Hosenknöpfe means “trouser buttons."
A traditional biscuit from Graubünden, Grassins are popular during the holiday season. You’ll find them mainly in the Engadine region of this Swiss canton.
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