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This is now our favorite cookie. Thanks for posting.
good cookies!!! they weren't as soft as I wanted but that was my fault. I made what I thought were 1 inch balls but I ended up with 52 cookies. My DH says there were great.
LOVED these cookies!!! I don't like hard snaps but love soft ginger cookies...Perfect recipe! I will be making this one alot...thanks so much for posting this!
SO good! I choose another ginger cookie recipe to make first and they didn't turn out well at all. I tried again with this recipe and they are amazing! My boyfriend's first comments.. "These are the best ginger cookies I've ever had" and "If I was Santa, I would want these!" Definitely worth trying:)
I add about a teaspoon and a half of fresh grated ginger (grate over the bowl to get all the juices) and then baked the batter in a 9 x 12 inch baking dish for about 25 minutes (until toothpick comes clean). My sons request it weekly.
Awesome! Soft and delicious!
Great recipe for those who like soft, fluffy cookies. The dough was a little dry for me so I had to add about a tbsp of water towards the very end of mixing. I sifted my flour. I didn't have molasses so I substituted in some maple syrup. Very light with lovely taste. These will definitely be in my holiday cookie assortment.
Delicious! I was in a pinch and needed something to bring for a potluck. I had most of the ingredients so I went for it...but I cheated and use margarine despite the warning. I'm happy to say these were still excellent and got excellent potluck reviews! I added about 1/2 c. of chopped crystallized ginger. I'd like to try again with grated fresh ginger. Yummy!
A GREAT MOLASSES COOKIE! NOT A GINGER BREAD COOKIE. Great texture, and flavor just not gingerbread!!
These are great. I used a mild tasting molasses, added some minced candied ginger, an extra 1/4 tsp of cloves, an extra 1/2 tsp. of ginger and an extra 1/2 tsp of cinnamon. All in all, the taste was still fairly mild (I don't like them too strong).