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  1. Maria says

    I bet your house smelled so good while these were baking. I can't wait to try them. I love my cookies:)

  2. Miranda says

    Yum. CC! These look great, especially for the holidays coming up.
    Thank you for a lovely recipe.
    Take Care.

  3. The Chickenless Chick says

    You know, it makes me sad to think about this, but if someone rang my doorbell and left a treat anonymously here in the States, I probably wouldn't eat it. Don't know if that's because there's actually more of a danger, or because for the most part we're brought up to be less sociable with our neighbors and more guarded when it comes to accepting edibles.

    Cute story about your son… always amazes me what simple actions can entertain kids for hours.

  4. Jenn says

    Now this is a "chain letter" I can pass along. Yummy! I remember playing ding dong ditch o many times when I was a little. Especially when I lived in an apartment building. LOL.

  5. Tasty Eats At Home says

    Cute Halloween ideas – being "Boo-ed". Love it. And these cookies? Yum! Molasses is one of my favorite ingredients.

  6. MaryMoh says

    These cookies look so tempting. Would love it with my coffee. What a brilliant idea to use the bottom of a glass to make it round and flat.

  7. B.B.B. says

    Oh Dara!

    These are kind of cookies I've been trying to bake! Such thin crisp such such like that! lol

    I guess I'll try these at the weekend!

    Thx for sharing!

    Cheers!

  8. janet says

    That game brings back memories, what fun! I love molasses cookies but have never had them with pepper in them, very interesting.

  9. Cookin' Canuck says

    I'm glad everyone is enjoying this recipe. I had one this afternoon and it was perfectly chewy with a little kick. Perfect!

    My boys had a great time carrying on the "Boo" today. They rang the doorbell of each house and ran as fast as their little legs could carry them, giggling all the way.

  10. Jessie says

    I usually call these cookies ginger snaps, these are by far one of my favorite cookies ever! They came out perfect too It would be so hard for me to just have one 🙂

  11. Amber says

    These sound great. My mom used to roll her cookies in sugar before baking and it made such a nice little crisp crust. I'd love one right now!
    Cheers!

  12. My Little Space says

    Canuck, how could I miss this! It's already in my list and going to make it soon. Thanks a lot for sharing the recipe. Looks fantastic lol!

  13. booksandbakes says

    The cookies and the 'boo' both sound great – what a great way to meet the neighbours!

    Rosie of BooksAndBakes

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