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« Autumn Afternoon | Main | Autumn Moments {two} »

October 29, 2017


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Golden syrup is like a light treacle, I believe you can use light corn syrup instead although they are not the same thing, best wishes from a Brit in Chicago!

Mary Claire

Chipping in from the Chicago area....what is golden syrup? This recipe sounds like a great fall baking treat to give to elderly neighbors. Many thanks for all your inspirational creativity!


Can you make a copy of recipes measurements in cups and teaspoons?


They looks amazing. They are such a nice treat to have and would look great in a little autumn inspired tea party :) I'm glad the little ones are enjoying learning to bake too :)

Angela-Southern USA

What a fun time and something sweet at the end, perfection! I spent the evening cooking with my girls, and although the kitchen was a mess afterwards it was pure bliss.xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx


Oh wow, they look and sound so yummy!! However, as I'm spending more time sat down studying than I am outside walking, I might have to resist the temptation to make any, for fear of needing to be prised out of the chair with a shoe-horn ;-) xxx

Winwick Mum

These look great, and thanks for sharing the recipe! Small daughter loves ginger biscuits and we even have a few leaf cutters too ... I can see ginger biscuits in our future too! :) xx


Delicious, I love the ginger, golden syrup combination. Brilliant leaf cutters, I'm a sucker for biscuit cutters. And as you say, they're very popular with little people, you have reminded me how much fun the littlest boy has with a bit of baking. I must try some with him soonest. CJ xx

Sally Spragg

These look really yummy! I wonder if there are any left!!! I shall certainly make these! I think the uncooked dough would last a few days in the fridge well wrapped up, ready for little ones to delve into! I shall do this with my grandson, but I think I will make up the dough beforehand! He is nearly 3 and usually loves making a mess! But I shall control the mess!!! Recently we have had billowing icing sugar! Leaves very sticky floors!! Haha.

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