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"I used this recipe as a base for my own Earl Grey shortbread, and it worked wonderfully well. I substituted granulated sugar and added 1 tbs. ground Earl Grey tea leaves, 1/2 tsp. almond extract, 1 tsp. vanilla extract and a dash of nutmeg, and ommitted the cherries. thanks for the recipe!!!"
"Awww! These are just like the pancakes my Dad (born and raised in Northern Ireland) used to make for my sisters and I. We used to called them Crep Sussette. Thanks for the memory!"
"This is very similar to the recipie that my Grandma used, but without the "final topping" and rolled oats. I think both ways are good, but I recommend adding a dash of cloves and nutmeg to both the filling and the crumb topping. Yum!"
"These are excelent! they've come out just right every time I've made them, and they're perfect!Crisp on the outside, soft in the middle, not too sweet, with lits of gingery flavor 5 stars. Great for the holidays!"
"All in all, we found these rather uninspiring. My sister and I baked them for cut-out cookies on christmas eve, and wern't too thrilled about the results. The dough tasted good, and the icing dried to a nice shiny finnish, but the end result was a dry cookie caked in sugary gloop..."
"Awesome! I baked these with my sister, and they turned out exceptionally well... to think she wanted to bake a packaged mix!Semi-sweet chocolate chips work well instead of raisins.For a holiday twist, substitute dried cranberies (like crasins) and add half a tsp of orange zest."