Which Thermomix do I need for vanilla crescents?
Homemade vanilla sugar and other little tricks ensure that your crescents are super tasty. As with all new recipes, you should pay close attention to the details when preparing the Thermomix vanilla crescents for the first time. According to the recipe, the Thermomix variants TM6, TM5 and TM31 are ideal for the dough. With their impressive performance, these ensure that you achieve your baking goals and conjure up a delicate and wintery masterpiece in your kitchen.
How much do I have to spend on vanilla crescents from the Thermomix?
The vanilla crescents from the Thermomix usually don't have a long lifespan because as soon as they are out of the oven, the big snacking begins. So do a little more and you might even have the opportunity to give a few of the croissants away. Wrap them nicely and you can even write greetings on a paper bag or a small tag.
The dough for the vanilla crescents based on the Thermomix recipe is particularly economical, so you don't have to go to the expense of baking them. However, make sure that you use high-quality flour, real vanilla sugar and regional butter. The croissants will easily last for several weeks and the daily snack will only cost you a few euros to make.
Your Thermomix brings you this vanilla crescent recipe
You probably already have most of the ingredients for your vanilla crescents from the Thermomix at home. If you want to make more crescents because you want to give them as gifts or because you're not the only one who enjoys the treat, simply double the vanilla crescent thermomix recipe.
- 250 g soft butter
- 300 g flour, sifted
- 80g sugar
- 1 egg yolk
- 80g almonds
- 200g powdered sugar
- 2 packets of real vanilla sugar
Vanilla crescents? This is quick and easy with the Thermomix!
You can prepare the dough for the delicious vanilla crescents from the Thermomix in just a few minutes. Pay close attention to the timing:
- First grind the almonds in the mixing bowl on level 7 for a few seconds.
- Now add the butter, flour, sugar and egg yolk and mix the resulting dough for about 30 seconds on speed 3.
- Then chill the dough in a separate bowl for an hour.
- Preheat your oven to 180°C and line one or more baking trays with baking paper.
- Form several finger-thick rolls from the cold dough and divide them into 2.5 cm long pieces. With a little practice you can shape these into small croissants. Place them on the baking tray with a little space between them.
- Bake the vanilla crescents for a maximum of 8 minutes. Check the color regularly. Real crescents stay bright.
- Roll the warm cookies, preferably with a glove, in the mixture of powdered and vanilla sugar.
The Thermomix is an all-rounder. And we would be happy to prove that to you.
Biscuits, sheet cakes, all kinds of cookies - but the Thermomix doesn't just show its strengths when it comes to baking. If you would like to find out what else your practical kitchen helper is capable of, just take a look at Wundermix's large recipe list. The recipe portal is the right place for you when things have to be done quickly or when you have certain ingredients in the fridge waiting to be used.