These aren’t your ordinary ginger cookies. In addition to the usual ingredients you’d find in a ginger cookie — ginger, molasses, brown sugar — these Spiced Ginger Cookies boast candied ginger. Roll them in turbinado sugar before baking or try a light sprinkle of sea salt.
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My stomach started grumbling the minute I saw this picture of Black Forest Cookies in a Calgary Herald post about dunkable cookies. Their crinkly, chocolate exterior, studded with cherry jewels, hint at a soft, chewy inside. What a treat!
There’s also a recipe for Chewy Ginger Cookies. I love Gingersnaps but there’s nothing as comforting as a spicy but tender ginger cookie. If they bend when you try to break them, they’re perfect!
If that weren’t enough, a recipe for Chewy Chocolate Chip Cookies promises “it’s nearly impossible to eat only one.” (Isn’t that always the case with CCCs?)
The three recipes are provided to the Herald by ATCO Blue Flame Kitchen.
And while we’re talking about dunkable cookies, check out my blog about Baker’s Chocolate Brownie Cookies. We’ve called them Dunkable Brownies for years.
You know the kind of baked goods that fill the whole house with their pleasing aroma? Donna’s Molasses Cookies are just such a treat. Their spicy smell as they bake will have you hanging out by the oven door before their 10 minutes is up, so you can have one fresh off the baking tray.
Ze Carter revisits a perennial children’s favorite and injects a variety of flavors that the adult palette will savor with her Grown-Up Sugar Cookies. Carter provides a basic sugar cookie recipe, then amps up the taste factor with such additions as rum raisin, hot chocolate, vanilla coffee, ginger and spice, and wasabi. Put the kids to bed and enjoy!