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Spice Crinkle Cookies: Spiced cookies

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THE spice crinkle cookies (or also gingerbread crinkle cookies) are gods Spiced biscuits with a very particular consistency. Indeed, they are crunchy on the outside and soft on the inside and remain so until two months if stored in the appropriate containers! Already very popular and widespread on the web and in the world in general, i crinkle cookies they conquer everyone because they are really delicious and yes literally melt in your mouth. Not just perfect like Christmas cookies, but also to be served accompanied by a glass of hot milk in the morning. Or, for those who like to take a break, from a steaming cup of tea to warm up cold winter afternoons. Try the spiced version that smells and intoxicates the whole house!

Since I discovered the crinkle cookies I can’t do without and the motivation is very simple. They are the classics soaking biscuits but they have one very special texture that wins everyone’s heart at the first taste! They are biscuits that, once baked, remain crunchy on the outside but soft on the inside and they can be prepared in multiple versions. In fact, in the blog archives you can find them both in the al version chocolate for the Chocolate Crinkle Cookies and both in the fresh version al lemon for the Lemon crinkle cookies.

To open this new year of recipes (and more!) I decided to try a very special version of these biscuits: i spice crinkle cookies or more commonly known as gingerbread crinkle cookies. Their dough differs from the previous versions because without butter and is therefore also perfect for vegetarians or for those suffering from intolerances. On top of that, they smell great thanks to spice mix perfectly balanced that will flood your homes with pleasant scents and sensations! Do not delay too long and immediately get to work to prepare these tasty biscuits with a special soul. And may they be a good omen for a year full of beautiful things… and good ones! 😉

I thank Monique for this recipe which, in addition to being a super teacher of food photography, is a constant source of inspiration in the kitchen too!

I used the Koro speculoos spice mix which has a aromatic and spicy scent without equal! Cinnamon, cloves, coriander, ginger, cardamom, nutmeg: these are the only ingredients of this mix! It is perfect for accomplishing sweets, pies and biscuits with an intoxicating scent that tastes of Christmas and cold winter afternoons spent at home in the warmth 🙂 You can find it on their shop in the practical and convenient 1 kg format and you can try it using my coupon: ANNARITAKORO


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Spice Crinkle

Spice Crinkles are spiced biscuits with a special texture: crunchy on the outside and soft on the inside. Try the butter-free recipe to warm up your winter afternoons!

Preparation time 10 minutes
Cooking time 12 minutes

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Instructions

  1. Beat the egg with the sugar using the electric mixer for about 3 minutes. It should be swollen and fluffy.

  2. Add the oil as you continue to work and mix well. Sift the baking powder and flour and add to the mixture. Also add the spices and a pinch of salt.

  3. Work everything until you get a homogeneous mixture. Put everything in the fridge to harden for 1 hour or 30 minutes in the freezer.

  4. Recover the dough and preheat the oven to 180 ° static mode (170 ° if ventilated). Take balls the size of a walnut from the dough.

  5. Roll the balls in a bowl where you have placed the icing sugar and placed in a baking tray lined with parchment paper. Take care to space them about 3 cm apart.

  6. Bake in a preheated oven for about 12 minutes, 10 minutes if you have a convection oven. They should still be soft, that’s normal. Let cool and serve!

  • They keep soft and fragrant for up to two months when stored in a glass cookie jar or airtight container.
  • If you do not have the spice mix already composed, you can use the spices individually in the amount of 1 whole spoon in total.
  • Feel free to use the spices you prefer, even using only one.

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