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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

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Annacia August 02, 2013

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 !!

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katew September 17, 2011

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.

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LifeIsGood August 25, 2011

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]

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Sydney Mike April 29, 2011

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

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GingerlyJ September 18, 2009
Gingersnaps (Pepparkakor)