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Ginger Crisps

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Gingery flavor and a subtle lemon note make these crisp cookies perfect with tea. They also make great ‘‘dunking'' cookies.



READER'S COMMENT:
"This recipe is AMAZING! I don't recommend using shaped (animal or otherwise) cookie cutters though because all my animals ended up looking obese :) "
Ginger Crisps Recipe

3 Reviews for Ginger Crisps

12/18/2011
Anonymous
Super but too gingery/spicy

great easy, simple, not a big shopping list recipe. Turned out great but I'll cut the Ginger in half next time. A keeper! I didn't do cookie cutters, I dropped by teaspoonfuls and got about 66 mini cookies.

Not too sweet, yummy, easy
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11/07/2011
Anonymous
fantastic cookies

I do two things differently:
1 add a tsp of vanilla.
2 Wrap in parchment paper and roll the cookie dough into a log. Twist the ends the paper. Place into the freezer. then whenever you need/want cookies - pull the dough out of the freezer. slice, sprinkle with sugar and bake.

Flavour these cookies taste amazing
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06/21/2010

This recipe is AMAZING! I don't recommend using shaped (animal or otherwise) cookie cutters though because all my animals ended up looking obese :)

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