Hi all & Happy New Year!
It's been a while since I last posted but I guess that for everyone the Christmas/New Year season is a pretty busy one!
This post is a little overdue as Christmas was 2 weeks ago but I thought I would share with you my 2012 gingerbread recipe.
This year I decided to try out Martha Stewart's recipe (click here to view). I absolutely loved it and the cookies turned out simply delicious; the only modification I made was to substitute the molasses with Lyle's Golden Syrup as I am not a fan of molasses. It might sound a little strange to add pepper into a cookie dough but trust me it blends in perfectly with the rest of the spices.
In my next post I will show you the different Christmas goodies I made with the dough;)
...And here is a little preview of my next post... can you guess what I have been baking?! ;)
Looks super yummy. You are not too late for the Russians and the Serbians. They celebrate Christmas today. So wish you a Merry Christmas :-))ReplyDelete
I bet these tasted heavenly with all those gorgeous spices. Hope you had a great Christmas break.ReplyDelete
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yum! gorgeous pics!ReplyDelete
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This looks so yummy! These photos are really great too.ReplyDelete
Ok we get it!!! This is winter baking perfection. xxReplyDelete
Sounds so delicious, can't wait to see more:) Kisses! xoReplyDelete
wow, looks soo yummy. happy holidays.ReplyDelete
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Wow looks really good, looking forward to see more! :)ReplyDelete
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so beautiful photos!!! And very festive! Happy New Year! :*ReplyDelete
happy new year, too!!! ♥ These pictures are so sweet, but I´m not in christmas mood right now :D ♥♥♥ SReplyDelete
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I'm hungry now! Amazing pictures!ReplyDelete
Mmmmmm, these look absolutely delish - as they say, better late than never, so thank you for sharing! Looking forward to seeing the results...ReplyDelete
I can imagine your kitchen must be filled with such delicious aromas when you're baking these.ReplyDelete
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beautiful pics and lovely blog!!! compliments :)ReplyDelete
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