Florentine Cookie Recipe with Städter Baking Pan
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Florentine Cookie Recipe with Städter Baking Pan

Florentine Cookie Recipe with Städter Baking Pan

Florentine cookies are extremely easy to do, but it also highly sought after during Chinese New Year. They are sweet, and nutty, who doesn’t love it?

For those who couldn’t find florentine powder (most recipes uses that), you came to the right place! I know not everyone has access to that ingredient, but so I am going to show you how you can make from scratch with a few simple ingredients that you properly should even have right now in your kitchen.

Florentine Cookie Recipe with Städter Baking Pan

I used Städter’s Florentine Baking Pan for this recipe. Each mould is nicely round with a small depression for you to spread out your nuts nicely for baking. The non-stick baking pan is easy to use and creates really pretty circular florentine cookies! If you are interested you can check out their products on LAZADA. For CNY 2021, they are actually having a promotion right now. Click here to know more (Malaysians click here instead).

Florentine Cookie Recipe with Städter Baking Pan

I like my florentine to be on the darker side because the sugar in the mixture gets to caramelize a bit more during baking, giving you a more aromatic cookie. However, you may bake slightly shorter if you prefer the conventional colour. Oh yea! Feel free to add other types of nuts or ingredients you like! Just make sure that the ingredients you used are mostly flat.

Florentine Cookie Recipe with Städter Baking Pan


Florentine Cookies


  • 150 grams Sliced Almonds Toasted
  • 60 grams Sunflower Seeds Toasted
  • 15 grams Black Sesame Seeds
  • 70 grams Dried Cranberries
  • 30 grams Plain Flour
  • 30 grams Melted Butter Salted
  • 100 grams Egg Whites
  • 60 grams Icing Sugar
  • 20 ml honey
  • 1 tsp Vanilla Extract


  • In a mixing bowl, stir in egg whites, melted butter, honey, vanilla extract, icing sugar and plain flour together until combined.
  • Then, fold in the rest of the ingredients, sliced almonds, sunflower seeds, cranberries, and black sesame seeds.
  • Lightly grease your florentine pan with some vegetable oil.
  • Spoon in about half a tablespoon worth of mixture onto each mould.
  • Then, use the back of the spoon to lightly spread it out evenly.
  • Bake it in a preheated oven at 180C for 8 to 12 minutes.
  • Let it cool for awhile until harden before removing it from the pan.
  • Enjoy your sweet and nutty cookie!


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