Luxemburgerli Recipe



for dough:

  • 4 egg white
  • 175g sugar
  • 50g kibbled almonds
  • 1 pack (8g) vanille sugar
  • 1 soup spoon cocoa

for filling:

  • 100g butter
  • 50g powdered sugar
  • 2 egg yolk
  • 50g chocolate
  • juice and paring of a 1/2 lime

for topping:

  • 50 powdered sugar
  • 1 tea spoon egg white
  • some food coloring (if u want)

How to make Luxemburgerli

So.... if you were ever in Switzerland you may now the Luxemburgerli of Sprüngli! You really have to try them... they're amaziiing! My favourite one is "Maracuja"...but there also other species like chocolate, vanille, caramel, champagner, strawberry,....! So... the recipe of these Luxemburgerli is secret.... either! But I found an other one in the internet and so I thought... ya... just try it! Of course they're not as good as the original... but ya... better than nothing. ;) And so I tried to "bake" them... It's not as difficult as it looks like! You need just enough time..!


  1. Whisk the egg white stiff.
  2. Add the sugar by and by.
  3. Fold in the almonds and vanille sugar.
  4. Cut the mass in half and add to one half the cocoa.
  5. Put a baking paper to your try.
  6. Splash the "dough" with an icing bag (size 4) to the tray.
  7. Put the biscuits to oven (top-/bottom heat - 75°C). Leave the oven for a little ajar. (Put a wooden spoon in between). Leave them in the oven for 2 hours! So they get a little bit harder and fluffy!

For the filling

  1. Stir the butter creamy.
  2. Screen the powdered sugar and stir it with the egg yolk to the butter.
  3. Cut the mass in half.
  4. Melt the chocolate in a hot water bowl and add it to one half.
  5. Add the lime juice with the paring to the other half.
  6. Piece the dark biscuits with the chocolate-filling together and if you want you can pollinate with some cocoa.
  7. Piece the bright biscuits with the lime-filling together.
  8. Mix the powdered sugar with the egg white and food coloring (I also add some lime-juice) and decorate the lime-biscuits with this. (just if you want...!)
  9. U should put the Luxemburerli to the fridge.... just take them out if you want to eat one... otherwise they get smooth... Eat them at the same day...!
  • yongfook
    yongfook says

    ooh these look interesting! are they like macaron?

  • aberweger
    aberweger says

    hey yongfook! ya... they're almost similar to macarones! the biscuit is fluffy and the filling creamy.... yummi :-)

  • KamanKaman
    KamanKaman says

    ooooo, I think how little ingredients is needed!! Imma try this fo sho! thank you~~~~

  • aberweger
    aberweger says

    forgot to say how lang you have to put them in the oven! for 2 hours!!!!! family looooves them :D

  • gmh96
    gmh96 says

    Did this food come from the country of Luxembourg?

  • aberweger
    aberweger says

    hey! actually.. hm.. i don't know.. I think it's invented by Sprüngli Switzerland. :-)

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