This cookie has a lot of history. The recipe comes from a German abbess that lived in the Middle Ages. I had a lot of knowledge about foods that can help with certain health issues. She was also a music composer. She was a genius. She was sanctified. She is Santa Hildelgarda (Von Bilgen),

She used to offer nutmeg and clove cookies together with wine from the crops on the Rhine, and said it helped to calm the nervous system. Today we know that nutmeg has psychotropic properties, so it was not at all misguided.

In our bakery we make these cookies with oatmeal (oats) and buckwheat flours. It’s a vegan cookie, very satiating and tasty.

It is rich in fiber and flax seeds so it helps regulate intestinal transit.

If you like spices, do not hesitate to try it.


Whole grain oatmeal and buckwheat flour.

Cane sugar.

Nutmeg, clove and cinnamon.

Non-hydrogenated vegetable margarine.

Baking soda.




Information on allergens

Margarine contains soy.

Contains egg.

Since they are produced in an environment where there are other ingredients that can produce allergy, we must remember that all our products may contain traces of:

Gluten eggs soy milk

Nuts and sesame seeds