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Square nut and 2 great prizes to be won to celebrate the end of the year 2015, and the 11 years of the blog !

Youhou it’s Christmas, you all have to be super spoiled but I just spoil you even more by making you earn cool gifts. Yes today, I am the mother Christmas.

Remember, when I published the post on my rolled-up giraffe, many of you were to have envy of the sheet edges in the silicone of the Tupperware brand. Well it is still Christmas, since I offer you to win one. But this is not all. As the blog has also celebrated 11 years yesterday I also offers you to make 3 beautiful boxes of biscuits Tupperware decorated with stars, roses (1 box of 500 ml, a 1.3-litre and a 2.1-litre), the ones you can see on this photo.

 

These boîts are very convenient for storing cookies and more practical to offer them because they are enough in themselves. It is in these boxes that I have offered these small squares with hazelnuts, here is the recipe.

  • 100 g of biscuits spoon
  • 150 hazelnut powder
  • 100 g of flour
  • 1 tsp baking powder
  • 1 pinch of salt
  • 5 ml cinnamon
  • 150 g butter, softened
  • 75 g sugar
  • 1 egg
  • 1 egg yolk
  • 100 g of apricot jam (or jelly of currants, raspberry, etc)
  • 30 g of whole hazelnuts
  • 1 CS of flour

Preheat the oven to 170°C.
Finely mix the biscuits with a spoon and then add the powder of hazelnuts, the flour, the yeast, the salt, the cinnamon and mix with a spatula.
Whisk the butter, sugar, whole egg and the yolk of the egg (the Speedy Chef is awesome for this, if you have it) and then add this preparation to the first and mix to obtain a homogeneous paste.
Collect 75 g of this paste and set aside. Pour the rest in a square pan buttered and floured if necessary.
Heat the jam for 1 minute at 600W in the microwave and then pour over the dough evenly.
Roughly chop the whole hazelnuts, add 15 g in the dough set aside and add the tablespoon of flour and then mix all the ingredients to obtain a dough crumble. Distribute the crumble over the batter in pan and sprinkle with remaining hazelnuts.
Bake for 30 to 40 minutes of cooking and then let cool 5 minutes before unmolding.

Once completely cooled, cut the cake into small squares before feast.

And now let us see how to win these pretty boxes and this famous sheet edges as follows :

 

To play and win, tell me which product Tupperware is your favorite (if you have) else you feel like doing. Attention, I want the exact name of the product. You have until January 5th at midnight to play.

In the meantime, I wish you a nice end of the year 2015, a great new year’s eve with the people you love.