I love spice cookies and these are delicious. After they came out of the oven and cooled I was forced to make a second cup of coffee in order to be able to properly test the cookies for review. I know, it's hard work - dunk a cookie - take a bite - dunk the cookie- take a bite, but someone has to do it! LOL. I like the crispness (crisp is better for dunking after all) and the lovely spice taste and aroma are a delight. So glad that I chose to make these for ZWT 9. :D
I made these to take to my mum's and they are delish plus plus !! I just cut rounds of the dough log after it had been in the fridge and shaped them into little rounds. I also put in some chocky chips that melted through out the dough . They are pretty yummy !!
These cookies were very good. They seemed lighter in color and taste than the gingersnaps I'm used to eating, but still very tasty. Since I wasn't making these for Christmas, I just used a round cookie cutter. I had to make these cookies gluten free, by using GF baking flour, and would rate the finished product a "4" , but am rating the recipe 5 stars because I'm sure they would have been even better with regular flour. Made for Photo Tag.
As you say, these kinds of treats are great any time of the year! I usually prefer a softer gingerbread, but now & then I like the 'snaps' as well, & we were certainly satisfied with these wonderful munchies! Made them all up this time, but might just do some dough freezing the next time! Thanks for sharing the recipe! [Made & reviewed as a THANK YOU for tagging in PRMR during the recent Tic-Tac-Toe event]
Silly as it sounds this reminds me of Pippi Longstocking. when she is making Pepparkaker all over the kitchen floor. But I will definitly add this to my Christmas cookie repertoire