Steenstra's | Almond St. Claus Cookies

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 St. Nicholas Cookie Legend

Steenstra's Almond St. Claus Cookies tell a unique version of the St. Nicholas legend. Cookie packages come with all five shapes. 

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THE WINDMILL
St. Nicholas lived in a windmill by the sea.
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THE ROOSTER
Early in the morning, the rooster crowed to wake St. Nicholas so he could get ready to visit children.
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ST. NICHOLAS on HORSE
All day long St. Nicholas rode his horse from orphanage to orphanage.
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BOY and GIRL
St. Nicholas gave cookies to all the girls and boys.
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THE OWL
St. Nicholas visited children all day long, until late evening when the owl sang him to sleep.


The Steenstra family immigrated from the Netherlands to Grand Rapids, Michigan, in 1926. In 1947 they built a bakery to make their family's delicious speculaas cookie recipe. Dutch speculaas cookies became known as "Windmill Cookies" in the US. After fire burned the bakery in 1988 the family rebuilt in Hudsonville, a town west of Grand Rapids. The Steenstra's St. Claus cookies are still made from the original family recipe, using only natural ingredients and no preservatives. There are twenty cookies in a package.

Shortened version found on current box:
WINDMILL: Because Santa Claus lives in a windmill.
ROOSTER: Because Santa Claus starts his day at sun-up.
SANTA CLAUS ON A HORSE: He makes presents for children.
BOY AND GIRL: Love to receive presents.
OWL: Because Santa Claus works till sun-down.

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Steenstra's | Almond St. Claus Cookies
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