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    Shortbread, rocky road, fruit cake, fudge, cheesecake, iced sugar cookies,

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    Rescurrectig this thread for inspiration

    Does any one have a yummy gingerbread man recipe?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrsMummaButterfly View Post
    Rescurrectig this thread for inspiration

    Does any one have a yummy gingerbread man recipe?
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    This is the only one I ever use. Even opening the page of the cookbook smells like gingerbread haha. (I just use biscuit cutters rather than making my own stencil)

    ETA I also don’t do the currants/cherry. I just ice them and use things like those silver cachous balls for buttons etc
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    Quote Originally Posted by M'LadyEm View Post
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    This is the only one I ever use. Even opening the page of the cookbook smells like gingerbread haha. (I just use biscuit cutters rather than making my own stencil)
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    I dont like my too hard and crumbly, would i just cook them a minute or so less?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrsMummaButterfly View Post
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    I dont like my too hard and crumbly, would i just cook them a minute or so less?
    Yep. Even when they’re hard they’re not especially crumbly which is good. The other thing is if you make them too thin they’ll go hard really quickly. If they’re slightly thicker they’ll still be more soft to bite.

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    Quote Originally Posted by M'LadyEm View Post
    Yep. Even when they’re hard they’re not especially crumbly which is good. The other thing is if you make them too thin they’ll go hard really quickly. If they’re slightly thicker they’ll still be more soft to bite.
    Thanks so much lovely lady, will let you know how I go, will do a trial run in a few weeks ❤️

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    Quote Originally Posted by M'LadyEm View Post
    Yep. Even when they’re hard they’re not especially crumbly which is good. The other thing is if you make them too thin they’ll go hard really quickly. If they’re slightly thicker they’ll still be more soft to bite.
    Argh help!

    Ive done everything according the the recipe and my dough wont stick together and feels like breadcrumbs?

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    Go back and make sure you’ve used all the ingredients. That’s looks way too pale for gingerbread!

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    Definitely looks way too pale. If it’s not sticking it’s probably too dry?

    ETA is the golden syrup in there? That could explain why it’s pale/crumbly


 

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