Ginger Crackle Cookies


What i love most about these cookies are perfect balance of spices and sugar, nothing really overwhelms the taste of these cookies.

If you want you can use half Whole wheat pastry flour and half of all purpose flour also..
If you like your cookies little bit on soft side then bake for 8-9 minutes but of you like your cookies crunchier then bake for 11-12 minutes.


Recipe Source here

Ingredients:-

All purpose Flour:- 2 1/4 cups
Baking soda:- 2 tsp
Cinnamon:- 1 tsp
Ground Ginger:- 1 tsp
All spice/Cloves:- 1/2 tsp
Salt:- 1/4 tsp
Brown Sugar:- 1 cup (packed)
Butter:- 1/2 cup (Softened)
Oil:- 1/4 cup
Molasses:- 1/4 cup
Egg:- 1
Vanilla extract:- 1tsp

1/2 cup sugar for rolling

1) Preheat oven to 375F and line two cookie sheets with parchment.

2)In a medium bowl whisk together flour, baking soda, cinnamon, ginger, cloves and salt.

3)In a large bowl beat together sugar, butter, molasses, egg and vanilla until smooth.

4)Add flour mixture and beat on low speed or stir until flour is incorporated.

5) Pour sugar in a small bowl. Shape 1 tablespoon dough into balls (if dough is too sticky, chill for 30 minutes before proceeding, but not too long or sugar won't adhere as well.) Dip each ball in sugar to coat the top.

6) Place balls 1 inch apart of cookie sheets, sugar side up. Bake 9-12 minutes, rotating halfway through, or until tops are cracked and dry to the touch and edges lightly browned. Let cool on pans one minute; transfer to wire racks to cool completely.

Best if Serve warm..






28 comments:

DEESHA said...

I love those flavors .. awesome cookies, will be great with a glass of cold milk

A2Z Vegetarian Cuisine said...

Wowwwwww....these cookies have come out so very welll....can I have one...YOu have a good blog.

Preety said...

Sure you can have as many you like..love your blog too

Varsha Vipins said...

Love the flavor of ginger..nice cookies Preety..:)

Gita said...

Lovely cookies Preety...my favorite :)

Laavanya said...

Ginger cookies are my favorite and love it with tea - have not tried making these because of the molasses - not sure what can be substituted for them.. or i need to buy it sometime.

Yours look so professional.

Priya said...

Gorgeous cookies...prefect baked yaar!

Preety said...

hey lavanya , There is no "really" great substitute for molasses.

Substitute 1 cup molasses with 3/4 cup packed dark brown sugar (dark brown sugar has molasses in it) plus 1/4 cup liquid. Increase the spices used in the recipe.

You can also use 1 cup dark corn syrup, 1 cup maple syrup or 1 cup honey for 1 cup of molasses.

Superchef said...

love the subtle flavour of ginger in these crisp cookies...looks soo nicee!!

chakhlere said...

Hey those are really nice cookies!!
Looks nice!!

First time here!!
Loved your blog!!

Padma said...

Delicious cookies Preethi... love those ingredients :)

Satinderjit Singh said...

wow looks great. Nice pic

Pavithra said...

Those are my fav ya.. looking perfect and professional

Home Cooked Oriya Food said...

lovely cookies... I love it...
Lovely site too...

Pooja said...

lovely cookies preety

Sanghi said...

Mm perfect cookies dear! Yummy!

sowmya said...

looks perfect..love the ginger flavour in cookies..

Prathibha said...

They came out perfect gal....Looks like store bought

Kitchen Flavours said...

Superb...perfect...yum and crunchy....

Jyoti said...

These cookies look so perfect..love ginger flavor in them!

Varunavi said...

Great looking cookies preeti :)

Malar Gandhi said...

Awesome looking ones, love ginger cookies so much!

Ann said...

Cookies look so perfect and pic is so tempting too

Hari Chandana said...

looks very tempting.. wonderful click.. nice blog !!

Usha said...

Delicious cookies !

Smitha said...

I bookmarked this one :)

Dhanya Nambirajan said...

Awesome Cookies Preety. Luv the combination of ginger and spices. Looks so crunchy:).

sojo said...

now this is a must try!!! love ginger flavoured cookies!! both me and my hubby

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