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Spice cake windmill

It must be hard to make a windmill out of spice cake, right?
Not at all !

peperkoeken windmolentje


  • 5 slices spice cake
  • 1 long sour streamer
  • 1 flower candy
  • a couple of balla stix
  • sugar-icing (which you can also make yourself with icing sugar and water)
  • 2 toothpicks
  • Optionally a couple of candy figurines

Step 1

Prepare all your ingredients

Step 2

Put 3 slices of spice cake on top of each other, and cut them into an arrouw.

Step 3

Cut the sour streamer to size for the roof, and a piece for the door.

Stick both in place with the sugar-icing.

Step 4

Cut a slice of spice cake in half.

Cut both halves to the shape of windmill sails (see picture).

Step 5

Attach the sails to the windmill with a toothpick.

Finish the windmill sails with the flower candy.

Step 6

Cut the last slice of spice cake in 4 strips.

Cut the Balla-stix to size and attach them to the spice cake strips with toothpicks.

Find your own favourite, but

we advise these spice cakes for this recipe

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Enjoy the leftovers ;-)
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