Brandy Snaps
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Brandy Snaps

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Serves 1 - 4 Pieces

Easy Home Made Brandy Snaps

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  • * 2 oz. plain flour
  • * 2 oz. sugar
  • * 2 oz. margarine
  • * 2 tbs. golden syrup
  • * 1/2 tsp. ground ginger
  • * 1 tsp. brandy essence
  • * 1/4 tsp. grated lemon rind
  • * Small carton whipped cream
  • * Small pan
  • * Greased baking sheet
  • * Wooden spoon handle
  • * Wire cooling tray
  • * Palate knife


    1. Melt sugar, margarine and syrup in a pan over moderate heat. Once melted, remove from the heat.
    2. Add all the other ingredients except for the whipped cream and mix well
    3. Drop in teaspoons onto a greased baking sheet, allowing 3 inches of space between each one. Then bake at 350 F or 177 c for 7 to 10 minutes
    4. Remove the baking tray from the oven and allow to stand until the snaps can be easily lifted with the palate knife
    5. As you lift them from the tray, roll them carefully around the handle of the wooden spoon and allow to set
    6. Before serving put a little whipped cream into each end of each snap
    7. If the brandy snaps become to cool and brittle to roll, place them over heat for a moment to soften them

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