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Is speculaaskruiden vegan?

Speculaaskruiden is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is speculaaskruiden?

Speculaaskruiden is a traditional Dutch spice blend that adds a warm and cozy flavor to baked goods. The name translates to "speculaas spices," and the mixture typically contains cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, ginger, cardamom, and white pepper. The combination creates a sweet and slightly spicy flavor that is perfect for cookies, cakes, and breads. Speculaaskruiden is a staple in many Dutch households during the winter months and is often used to make the famous Dutch spiced cookies known as "speculaas." Incorporating this unique spice blend into your recipes will add a touch of Dutch tradition and warmth to your baking.

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