Your holiday cookie platter wouldn't be complete without these tasty Gingersnaps. To make them even more festive, try using a variety of sugars in holiday colors. Perfect for last-minute gift giving.
by D. Diane
, Federal Way, WA on Dec. 2009
Easy to bake, no fuss cookies!
by C. Cassandra
, Clinton, TN on Dec. 2008
These are great and so easy the really liked tinting the dough.
by K. Kathi
, Randolph, VT on Nov. 2008
I was very happy to find this cookie dough. Gingersnaps have always been a favorite of mine.
by M. MARSHA
, Sterling, CO on Nov. 2008
These are delicious. I especially like the idea of tinting the dough...makes a very attractive cookie tray.
by J. Jean
, Lecanto, FL on Nov. 2008
They are easy to make and delicious
by V. Virginia
, Hobgood, NC on Nov. 2008
I have always loved gingersnaps but haven't had any in years. I was surprised and delighted at how easy these were to bake. The topper was that they were delicious & tasted like those I remembered as a child.
by D. Dorothy
, Sarasota, FL on Nov. 2008
Easy to make and very tasty. Have been looking for a good recipe for a long time. Thankyou1
Sometimes the simplest recipes yield the richest results. This glossy combination of chocolate morsels and sweetened condensed milk is even better embellished with vanilla and chopped nuts.
Put this hearty egg, cheese and sausage casserole into the oven early on a weekend morning and it will be ready by the time the whole family is up. An easy holiday brunch recipe! For extra variation try different cheeses, or add some ham or bacon bits.
For an after dinner surprise, try the Chocolate Satin Pie. One bite and the smooth chocolate richness will have your loved ones asking for more.