Speculaas is a traditional dutch biscuit made with a delicious spice blend of cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger, cardamom and cloves. I grew up eating this biscuit in Holland, especially around the festive season when it is traditionally eaten. This is a version using more nutrient dense flours, a mix of brown rice flour, blanched almond meal and spelt flour. These biscuits are pressed into a decorative wooden mould before baking. The mould is usually in the shape of a windmill, boat, woman or man. If you do not have the wooden moulds to shape the biscuits you can create normal round biscuits.
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