Champagne Vanilla Cookies: An Exquisite Biscuit Delight – EAT CLUB

We’ll let it rip today, at least you can treat yourself to something. And by that we mean health for the palate, not the body. We are baking champagne vanilla cookies! It’s so easy to make that sounds exquisite and still inspires everyone who bites into it. But, of course, it is better to arrange other cookies for children, only the big ones.

If you want, you can go a little further and decorate the champagne vanilla cookies with a beautiful cream. You can simply use the cupcake frosting recipe as a guide and use it to decorate the individual frosting pieces. Simply fill the cream in a piping bag and place on top of the cookies as a crown. Another good idea: Roll the biscuits in fine sugar before putting them in the oven, or decorate them with icing and colored beads after they have cooled. Either way, champagne vanilla cookies are the perfect sweet snack for your next date with your best friends or a romantic evening with your loved one.

Good to know: lots of tips and interesting facts from the world of cooking await you at our culinary school. For example, we reveal whether you like champagne vanilla cookies to freeze like you best kept or how can you imagine sweet things without eggs. In case you haven’t noticed, this recipe is vegan. And it joins other pure plant-based baking products you’ll find here at EAT CLUB.

By the way, we’d love to tell you about our vegan favorites from the editors. Here’s a look at which cookies we’re loving crushing right now:

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Champagne vanilla cookies on a blue background.


Biscuits for a delicate taste: champagne vanilla biscuits


These crunchy pieces with sparkling wine promise a delicate biscuit delight.


  1. Pour the champagne into a pot and boil for 15 minutes to reduce. 120 ml is needed. Then leave to cool.

  2. Heat the oven to 190 degrees. Mix flour and baking powder. Cream the sugar and butter separately. Stir in 120ml of the reduced champagne and vanilla and gradually add the flour mixture to form a smooth batter.

  3. Take 20-25 portions of the dough, make small balls and place them on a baking sheet covered with parchment paper. Then put the sheet in the oven for 10-12 minutes. After baking, allow the biscuits to cool and enjoy or decorate immediately.

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