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  • The Dutch celebrate the traditional family feast of Saint Nicholas on 5 December with presents and delicacies such as speculaas, a spicy gingerbread biscuit.

    RNW: English

  • Joris Luyten But the speculoos (or speculaas in Dutch) is much more than just a coffee-break afterthought.

    Merry Cookies

  • My Belgian flatmate had the entire first batch, and said they reminded him of Dutch speculaas…

    Rum Raisin Oatmeal Cookies | Baking Bites

  • I remember the BEST Dutch speculaas cookies I found in a tiny little store somewhere in hick Germany, for about $1.

    Kit Kat Maple Syrup

  • We also had quite a few cinnamon biscuits speculaas that were starting to go a little soft, so I decided to create a type of banana cheesecake.

    Banana white chocolate cheesecake

  • First they sit round the table which stands in the middle of the room under the lamp, and partake of tea and 'speculaas,' until their own

    Dutch Life in Town and Country

  • From Cajun macaroons and curled wafers to speculaas and mini black-and-whites, each cookie recipe offers a glimpse of the time.

    SFGate: Top News Stories

  • You'll chat about and taste a number of eats, including Bishop's wine, speculaas (spiced cookies), oli-koecken

    Serious Eats: New York

  • I can’t make the speculaas cookies g-free, but my sister and her daughter are pretty good about making sure they can eat.

    Monday’s here and Damn, it’s cold! « The Life and Times of Organic Mama

  • And when I'm in Holland I'll pick up the windmill spice cookies (which you can also order, along with soulful Dutch stroopwaffles and speculaas cookies, on sites like

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