Springerle Molds Are Made with Swiss Quality
Our Springerle molds are reproductions of old and new original wood molds that are privately owned or in museums. These non-stick Springerle molds are ideally suited for making cookies, decorating pastries and crafts.
Accordingly, how do you clean a moldy wooden springerle?
Wood Springerle Molds
Lightly clean with a toothbrush and water. This will remove any remaining dust from the finishing process. Allow the mold to fully dry before using it. Do not allow dough to dry in your springerle mold.
Just so, how do you remove mold from Brown Bag cookies?
Use a dry, stiff brush to scrub it all out, then re-flour your mold, but don’t re-oil it first. The oil from the shortening in the dough will leave enough oil on the mold to hold a film of flour. You will re-flour your mold before each cookie, but you will not re-oil it during a baking session.
How do you roll a springerle?
The dough should be very soft but not wet and sticky. Form the dough into a ball, flatten it to an inch-thick disk, wrap it in plastic wrap and refrigerate for at least an hour or overnight. The next day roll out the cold dough to about 1/3 inch thick (1 cm) on a floured work surface.
Once fully cooled, Springerle must be stored in airtight containers, where they will keep for months. Do not eat them right away; they need time to develop their flavor and, more important, their texture.
To shape cookies using a springerle pin: Brush a very light coating of flour onto the dough and your springerle pin. Slowly roll the springerle pin over the dough, pressing down hard enough to leave a good impression. Cut the cookies apart on the lines.
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: a thick hard cookie that is usually flavored with anise and has a design impressed in relief upon the dough by means of a carved board or rolling pin and that is traditionally eaten at Christmas in German-speaking countries.
Springerle cookies originated in the German province of Swabia in the 15th century. They were originally baked to honor Church Holy Days, but more recently they have become especially a Christmas cookie.