Kletskoppen truly originate from Belgium, from the town
of Bruges. According to the inhabitants of Bruges these cookies have their
origins here in the Flemish city. They are also called dentelles (hand
stitching) de Bruges. This cookie is by far the favorite cookie in many
people's cookie jar. And also in the Netherlands, these cookies quickly
introduced themselves, residing at 200 kilometers from Belgium.
The kletskop is also eaten nowadays. As biscuit or with a cup
of tea. If you walk around in Bruges,
you realize that these
cookies are can only have been produced here: they seem just like a lace doily.
Lightly grease the griddle
Preheat the oven to 190 degrees.
Chop the almonds coarsely.
Add the white and brown caster
sugar and the cinnamon in a bowl and stir.
Add it to the mixer with the
butter and mix it.
Add the flour little by little
to the mixer.
Also add the water to the mixer.
Add the chopped almonds and
let the mixer knead it into the dough.
Place on griddle with two
teaspoons small mounds of dough with a gap of at least 5 cm
Put into the middle of the oven and bake for 5-6
Let the cookies cool slightly.
Remove them with a spatula
onto a plate and lay them down flat to continue to cool.