Kruidige herfstblaadjes

Indian Summer, maar toch officieel herfst straks. Tijd voor wat lekker kruidige creativiteit met herfst- of nog steeds groene blaadjes ;).

Benodigdheden (voor 20 koekjes)
  • 300 gram boekweitmeel (of een donkere variant: volkoren (spelt)meel...)
  • 125 gram kokosbloesemsuiker (of bruine suiker)
  • 100 gram boter (op kamertemperatuur)
  • 1 ei
  • 1/2 eetlepel gemalen kruidnagel
  • 2 eetlepels gemalen kaneel
  • 1/2 eetlepel gemalen nootmuskaat
  • 3 theelepels bakpoeder
  • snuifje zout
  • enkel mooie herfstbladeren (de vorm is van belang, niet de kleur)
  • plastic folie
  • bakpapier
  • deegrol
  • geduld

Dag 1: Doe bloem, suiker, kruiden, bakpoeder en zout in een kom en kneed daaronder de boter en het ei (handjes vuilmaken ;-)). Maak er een samenhangende bol van en verpak die in plasticfolie. Laat een nacht rusten in de koelkast.

Dag 2: Rol het deeg uit tot een lap van zo'n 3 mm. Was de herfstbladeren, droog ze af en leg ze op het deeg. Snij met een scherp mes langs de rand van de bladeren zodat je deeg bladvormpjes krijgt. Verwijder de herfstbladeren en leg je deegblaadjes op een bakplaat met bakpapier. Kerf met een mes nog wat oppervlakkige nerven in de blaadjes. Bak ze 20 minuten in een voorverwarmde oven van 180°C.

TIP: Je kan uiteraard ook met uitsteekvormpjes koekjes uit het deeg toveren. Mijn kruidenbladeren kregen daarom ook het gezelschap van kruidige herfstpaddestoelen ;-). Smakelijk!

This is why you get to see sponsored life hack posts on social media!
We all know them: those posts on social media like facebook with the titles already: “42 ways to clean your house faster”, or “50 life hacks”, or “66 things you've always done wrong, until now”! Sometimes there are good ideas among all these posts (for example, I found out that on the side of a box of aluminum foil there is a piece of cardboard that you can press inside, so the roll doesn't always fly out of the box), but most of the time the content is disappointing. The content is disappointing at least. Often I get a lot of advertising and little content. Of course, I also know that Facebook makes money on me, and because they have so many members, they make a lot of money. They make that money by collecting my data, I know that too. But when I came across another life hack post this morning and I just wanted to look out of curiosity, I clicked on the cookie preferences: I was able to indicate if I wanted to allow cookies. This is mandatory nowadays, and although I, as most people often find it bloodily irritant, such a cookie wall I no longer click on accept by default. I'm trying to look critically at what I'm going with. This is also the case with this life-hack ad this morning. I was shown here a list of the parties who asked me to place cookies so they can track my activities in the browser I use... all over the internet! Well, guys, I think that's a little exaggerated, so we weren't gonna do that, I thought. And I decided, just to be sure, to turn off the cookie consent for each company... So I was working on that for a while. Because I was stunned by the amount of sliders I had to convert, I started making screenshots, just for fun... Next to this and below you will find screenshots of the companies that want to follow me, and all my activities on the Internet, in exchange for being allowed to watch some so-called life hacks... I'd like to see you back a little further: -) And the list goes on... And we'll go further... Are you still there? No, we are not there yet! Hey, hey, finally I got to the end of the companies that wanted to follow me. Equally fast, 350 companies (and sometimes their partners) ask if they can place cookies, which means that they can use your data. And all those 350+ companies pay Facebook to post their ad on your timeline (and millions of others). Suddenly I understand much better why I keep seeing these sponsored posts, and why I'm a gold mine for Facebook and associates... I continue to look critically at the cookie notifications, and I have decided not to annoy me anymore, but to continue to take them seriously, and to keep looking at which cookies I think are necessary, or who can follow me. Incidentally: the website on which I post this blog... does NOT use cookies! You're not being followed here, and my work won't be resold. I get a little something paid for your reading (0.01 cents to be exact), for which thanks. My goal is not to make money on this blog, but to make you aware of what you might say “yes” to... I thank you for your attention, this blog you can share, please do so via the sharing buttons that you find at the bottom, that is so fair to the owner of this website! #cookies #clickbait #verdienmodel #yoors #facebook #advertentie You are also welcome at Yoors! You can sign up (for free) by clicking on login. - Login
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