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This week is cookie baking week at my house. Every year during the beginning of fall, I bake batch after batch of cookies all day to freeze for the upcoming winter months. It’s always nice to pull out a fresh batch of cookies from the freezer to enjoy. All you do is warm them in the microwave or allow to thaw on the countertop for a quick snack. I typically stick to the traditional recipes, but I like to toss in a few gourmet cookies to the mix.
That’s when I discovered these awesome gingersnap cookies. Just the name sounds tasty! I made three dozen of these little beauties and I’m glad that I did because my family has already eaten one. I’m all like, guys, those are for the freezer! Haha! I know gingersnaps are technically a traditional cookie but I’ve never made them before this. I’m glad that I did!
Recipe and photos courtesy of Beki Cook’s Cake Blog.
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Quick Tip: Make sure to liberally grease your cookie sheets with Pam cooking spray.