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Pepparkakor II

Submitted by: Sue Haynes 
This is about as Swedish a cookie as you can find! The dough is rolled thin, and cut into many shapes, the most commonly used is the pig! 
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Traditional Swedish Pepparkakor

Submitted by: Eal 
Paper-thin and spicy, these cookies are a beloved Swedish Christmas tradition. Thoroughly chilling the dough before rolling it out, and dusting cookie cutters with flour will make the cut-out process easier. 
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Pepparkakor

Submitted by: Mill City Wini 
This recipe for Swedish Christmas cookies is seasoned with cinnamon, ginger, allspice, and cloves. 
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Swedish Pepparkakor Cake

Submitted by: claudia in ny 
Home Town: Clinton Corners, New York, USA
If you decide you want some holiday cake to serve with your holiday cookies, try this recipe for a Swedish spice cake. 
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Molasses Cookies I

Submitted by: Kristen Pontier 
This is an old family recipe, and well worth the time and effort. 
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Molasses Cookies VI

Submitted by: Tammy 
This is a great replacement for the standard gingerbread recipe. The cookies turn out soft, and the flavor is not sharp or hot. It has been a family tradition with my family throughout every holiday season. 
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Gingerbread Cutouts

Submitted by: Joyce Guy 
You can roll out gingerbread dough into rectangular sheets for walls, cut out windows, and bake. Same for the roof. When done you can fit them together with icing 'glue' and paint them with colored icing. First decide what size and draw each piece (front, back, ends and roof on paper such as typing or computer paper and fit them together to see how it will look when completed. You can also cut out shingles and 'glue' them in place after the rest is assembled. Use the paper pattern as a guide for cutting each piece out of the dough before you bake it. Decorate with icing and decorative candies. 
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Gingerbread Boys And Girls

Submitted by: Cindy B. 
These cookies are formed by cookie cutters. By using a toothpick to make a hole in the top of the cookie, you can hang them on the tree. You can also make paint out of egg yolks, and food coloring to make them more colorful--use as much food coloring as needed to create desired hue. My girls and I would spend hours making these cookies each Christmas so we could hang them on the tree. 
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Peppernuts

Submitted by: Carol 
For the holiday season. 
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Moravian Spice Cookies

Submitted by: Pam 
Crisp, spicy wafer-like ginger cookies. 
 
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