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These moon-shaped almond cookies covered in vanilla-scented sugar are traditional Austrian treats.

Source: Body+Soul, December 2009
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To make vanilla sugar, split two vanilla beans and place in an airtight container with 2 cups sugar. Let stand overnight and up to 3 months.

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  • sugarlover28
    24 SEP, 2011
    yum I made these and they were so easy!
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  • NicoleA
    7 SEP, 2011
    Has anyone tried to make these using Earth Balance? I am allergic to all dairy (butter, cheese, milk, etc) so that is what I have to use. These sound so yummy! I will make them and be the guinea pig
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  • drmgrl
    5 SEP, 2011
    Is it possible to post the nutritional content, or at least the serving size since these are supposed to be under 200 calorie treats?
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  • Walli
    31 MAY, 2011
    I use Dr. Oetker vanilla sugar mixed with icing sugar, and have done this for 50 years now. Roll cookies while still hot.
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  • redwine48
    7 SEP, 2010
    Sorry, no you can't use Splenda. It doesn't have the same texture as sugar. It is a little too coarse and it doesn't pick-up the vanilla flavor as well as sugar. I know this because I tried to use Splenda for something and it was a disaster. It look awful and tasted about as bad. From then on I've stuck to the real stuff. These cookies are very good, especially with a cup of hot tea or coffee.
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  • mariaesia
    6 SEP, 2010
    +++Can+I%2C+use+Splenda%2C+instead+of+sugar.%0D%0A%0D%0A++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++Angelica
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  • cerine
    22 MAR, 2010
    Thanks ,newbie and Laurita.. I think I'll add few drops of almond extract to the dough..To add some flavor. I'll let you know the results.
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  • Laurita_74
    16 MAR, 2010
    1 tablespoon = 15 gr =)
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  • Laurita_74
    16 MAR, 2010
    One tablespoon is 15 gr =)
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  • newbie28
    13 MAR, 2010
    8 tbls is a 1/2 a cup and a 2 tbls is 1/8 cup you're better off cutting the stick where they indicate the measurements
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