You have to have a bunch of cookies ready in December for whenever you have guests over. At least I think so. My mom used to make three different cookies each Christmas, usually vanilla cookies with chocolate, hazelnuts and a swirly cookie of vanilla and cocao. This year I have only baked two kinds of cookies; the Danish gingerbred cookies Brunkager and these orange/marzipan cookies with almond chunks. I love when a recipe only calls for one bowl and you just stir everything in there. And this is one of those recipes. Grated, chop, stir, done! And the result is really yummy too. Again I used one of Odense Marcipan’s flavored marzipans, but you could use regular marzipan and add a bit of orange zest if you’d like. Make about 50 cookies Ingredients: 150 g ODENSE Marzipan Orange • 200g soft butter • 300 g sugar • 2 eggs • 150 g chopped almonds • 300g plain flour • 2 tsp. baking powder Method: Grate the marzipan and stir all ingredients together in a bowl. Take a bit of the dough and form a small ball, a bit smaller than a golf ball and place it on a baking tray with baking paper. Give them a little press so they aren’t completely round. Bake the cookies at 180 ° C for 8-9 minutes. Place the cookies on a wire rack and let cool. Enjoy!