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  1. Camille

    I, too, adore ginger cookies. But wait, I thought you had a Thing about ginger. Clearly not, because you made and loved and stole these. Who am I thinking of, then? So confused.

  2. Emma

    I’m with Camille. I recall that just the other day, you stated “Oh heavens, chocolate with crystallised ginger … sounds like the most demon chocolate imaginable to my mind.”

    Maybe you were just referring to the chocolate component.

    That said, these look nice and round and roly poly good. Even if they’re made by a ninja thief;)

  3. Kath Lockett

    Delicious delicious delicious! Being in Switzerland, they’re sold everywhere here too (despite being in the French part) but now I’d like to make my own 🙂

  4. Priyanka

    I made some ginger cookies, last fall I think…major failure. This recipe looks easy and so good!

  5. Lisa (bakebikeblog)

    oh how very delightful indeed!!!!

  6. Rach

    Love that your coworkers and boss loved these! They look delicious!

  7. Iron Chef Shellie

    I’ll be trying this one too…. minus the gold leaf 😛

  8. Ricki

    Sounds like a great magazine. Ever since I bought my first Women’s Weekly book, I have this thing for Australian magazines. . . oh, what am I saying? I have this thing for the entire country. 😀 The cookies look great!

  9. Kari @ bite-sized thoughts

    Do you know how close I came to buying that magazine? 😀 Except I really just wanted it for the bakeware, so I managed to resist. Now I almost wish I didn’t because your pictures look so scrumptious! As do the cookies – beautiful.

  10. JohannaGGG

    Oh I love lebkuchen – were they chewy like the ones in the supermarket? I had heard that the magazine had folded but with a recipe like that I hope not

  11. chopinandmysaucepan

    These look delicious! My fave is actually those which are a little crumbly but they actually have a kinda chewy texture when being eaten.

  12. Lisa @ Blithe Moments

    I love lebkucken. Aldi does a great range of it at Christmas time, my favourite is filled with cherry jam and covered in dark chocolate otherwise known as kirche bomben. But the idea of making my own is great, I think I will have to try this recipe just as soon as I get through all the choc-chip cupcakes I made on the weekend – oops!

  13. Kate (What Kate is Cooking)

    I love the fancy name! Since I work at a daycare, I’m not technically supposed to bring food in but I’ve made all sorts of goodies for my coworkers, and they have no shame in asking for them constantly 🙂

  14. Jamee

    Mmm, another recipe I’ll have to convert to our measurements! 🙂 looks delicious. Also, I think I’ll start using words like “biscuit” and “whilst” in my everyday conversations. You’ve inspired me, Hannah. Hehe! 😉 (BTW, genius PR on the magazine’s behalf…)!

  15. whisperinggums

    I really should try this with gluten free flour … it sounds like my sort of biscuit. Love ginger biscuits.

  16. Julia @ Boredom Abounds

    Yum – I make Lebkuchen every year at Christmas. There is nothing better than ginger cookies at Christmas.

  17. Fiona

    Those muffin cases are amazing 🙂

  18. Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

    Haha apart from being the lebkuchen fairy and the office thief I bet you are also the most popular girl there! 😀

  19. Agnes

    Hah, you’re so good at following instructions, aren’t you? I’m disappointed that you didn’t use the silicon cases that came with the magazine though. :p

  20. Amber Shea @Almost Vegan

    Oranges ARE the devil’s fruit!
    Though these don’t “speak” to me at the moment (I’m too busy with my watermelon…), as fall and then winter comes in (::tear::) these will sound better and better to me.

  21. GirlonRaw

    These cookies look so perfect, like THEY belong in the magazine. You did them justice Mademoiselle. OH wait that’s French, not German. Anyhoo, now you have me pouting. Perhaps I should try and come up with a raw version. Oh and how lucky are your workmates!!!

  22. Alisa Fleming

    Oh goodness, these are definitely going on my holiday cookie list!

  23. Adrian (Food Rehab)

    Luuurve ginger cookies though I wasn’t a big fan when I was a kid. Now I stuff my soups with a tonne of it! I remember going to the ginger factory up in QLD two years ago- such a great place.

  24. Margaret

    You would be a treasure to have in any office!
    I love your use of the word Behold! It always makes me giggle. :p

  25. muppy

    I made a version of these in the past, loved them!

  26. leaf (the indolent cook)

    I want a fairy like you in my office! Alas, I don’t actually have an oven at home (I only bake at my boyfriend’s place) otherwise I wouldn’t mind playing fairy every now and then, either. Those biscuits look very satisfying.

  27. penny aka jeroxie

    Come over to my office…. all fairies welcome 😀

  28. hungryandfrozen

    *heel click* indeed! I’m going to be using that one (I’m sincerely hoping there are many things to be heel clicking over)

    I love these spicy spiced biscuits, but oh for gold leaf to casually strew everywhere! One day…

  29. Junia @ Mis Pensamientos

    talk about flavorful cookie! so many spices, yummy! love the almond flour addition here too :).

  30. Louise

    I love these biscuits, but have never made them. They look dead easy and delicious.

  31. Anna johnston

    Ohhhhh, looks fantastic. I gotta get my hands on a copy. Cool pictures too, felt like I was sitting with you whilst you pondered the baked delights. 🙂

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