Sunday, December 19, 2010

Molasses Crinkles and My Advice

Obviously I don't know it all.

I thought that Chelsea was putting too many 
large balls of dough too close together 
on the baking sheet
and would have a mess....

Not so much!

Awesome cookies.
They go very well with
a cup of Orange Tea.
This, I know.

Next time I'll keep my mouth shut!
Well.... I'll try to anyway.

Edited to add a link to the recipe at

Thanks for asking Tracy.


Living In Williamsburg Virginia said...

Yum. Now that's a picture you can sink your teeth into.

Darryl and Ruth : )

Vee said...

They look marvelous. I wonder why they did better being closer together because I would have advised her the same way. It must be a scientific thing. We've got to get this figured out and that reminds me that I need to put molasses on my shopping list.

Gayla said...

Oh, those look wonderful! I love molasses cookies because my gramma used to make them. Yours are so pretty. My gramma's recipe ran all over and you would have been right.... But Chelsea was right today!!! I love your blog!

Anonymous said...

The cookies look delicious. I don't know if I mentioned to you that I lack the motivation/desire to bake Christmas cookies this year. I opted to pay my stepdaughter to bake cookies this year for cookie trays that we will give as Christmas gifts. She has the motivation I lack, having bills to pay :-)

Marydon said...

Oh, my golly! They look deelish ... get that teapot ready, my friend.
Merry Christmas ~
Have a beautiful season ~
TTFN ~ Hugs, Marydon

Tracy's corner said...

Those cookies look so good! Could you post the recipe??

Tracy said...

Yum! It can be very difficult for we seasoned bakers to keep our mouths shut, can't it? I know I get myself into hot water all of the time.