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In Belgium, the beginning of December is marked by the charismatic figure of Saint-Nicolas. More than just a precursor to the modern Santa Claus, Saint-Nicolas is a beloved cultural figure celebrated on December 6th. According to tradition, he brings gifts and sweets to well-behaved children on this day. Among these treats are the delicious Saint-Nicolas biscuits, filling Belgian homes with joy and flavor during this festive season.
Saint-Nicolas is a legendary figure based on Saint Nicholas of Myra, known for his generosity and kindness. In Belgium, especially in the Flemish-speaking regions, he is revered. The myth says he visits children's homes on the night of December 5th to 6th, riding his white horse and accompanied by his assistant, Zwarte Piet. Saint-Nicolas checks whether the children have been good and, if so, rewards them with gifts and sweets. Among these treats are the famous biscuits named after him, a traditional recipe loved by both children and adults.
These biscuits are renowned for their spiced flavor and unique texture. Here is the recipe for you to enjoy this delightful Belgian tradition at home.
Shaping and Cutting:
Baking the Biscuits:
Cooling and Decorating:
Celebrate the festive season in Belgian style with these delightful Saint-Nicolas biscuits!
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