4 Reviews

Made for KK's Cookie Exchange Event. Ohhhh my goodness if they make cookies like this in Denmark it is well worth moving there...lol. I enjoyed the crispness and flavor of these treats that were cut into stars and glazed with dragees at each of the points. Especially nice for the Holiday gift baskets. Thank you for sharing this recipe.

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Chabear01 December 22, 2009

My husband especially loved these cookies (I would give them 5 stars myself). They are so spicy and yummy. We couldn't help eating them warm out of the oven so they were nice and soft. These smell so heavenly when they are baking. I was out of corn syrup so I substituted dark brown sugar with a couple of Tablespoons water. Other than that I followed the recipe. Wonderful Wonderful recipe. Thank you for sharing Lauralie41

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Tricia Foley January 02, 2007

Unlike Jellyqueen, I was less happy with these. They did, indeed, smell wonderful but the finished cookies were more rock-like than crisp. Required dunking--and once softened in coffee or milk, were flavorful but the texture was really off.

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Chef Kate September 23, 2005

Really great cookies. I just rolled these into logs and cut and cooked, but I can see where they would make wonderful little cut out cookies. Made my whole house smell like Christmas!!!

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Jellyqueen September 20, 2005
Sirups Kager (Danish Brown Spice Cookies)