21 thoughts on “Tea and Gingersnaps, anyone?

    1. I was just thinking of you and up you popped on here. Scott actually made the cookies, all I did was supervise the measuring and followed my own way of baking. You know how I love hot cookies! By the way, please use this email address as I never can remember the password for LCP…and my phone is always lost.

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  1. These look delicious! Do you know of an egg free recipe for these? I’d love to bake some – they are my dad’s favourites πŸ˜€

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    1. try online…I think the ingredients that make these kinds of cookies are the spices…especially ginger and cloves. Those spices are expensive, I know, but the dollar stores have them. Another spice I always have around is nutmeg. Cinnamon is good, but it can’t carry the whole load in making spice-laden goodies. adapting for use without eggs should be fairly easy–it would change the texture, of course.

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      1. Mmmmm Cinnonmon… My favourite spice on Earth. (Not that I’ve tried any Intergalactic spices…)
        I’ll have a search and see what I can find. Thanks for the advice πŸ™‚

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      2. I don’t think I’ve ever seen applesauce in the shops. I’ll have to look out for that. Thanks for having a search! I shall take a peek next weekend perhaps. This week I made simple white chocolate and cranberry cookies. They were delicious πŸ˜€

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    2. I ran up the words “egg-free gingersnap recipe” and found numerous egg-free recipes. google
      If your Dad is a gingersnap afficienado whatever recipe it is the ginger/snap depends on spices…ginger (duh) and cloves (plus cinnamon of course) As long as the taste is there the texture is less vital I think.

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