Ok, so I dont’ post regularly, but I know I have some things to say.  I’m working on a schedule of posting, but I figure to start I’ll do a few recipes!

Gingersnap Cookie Recipe (Altered from

The above is the My first batch fresh from the oven!


Ingredients                  Volume          
all-purpose or bread flour        2 cups 
baking soda                       2 tsp
salt                            1/2 tsp
cloves, ground                  1/4 tsp
cinnamon, ground                1/2 tsp
ginger, ground                    1 tsp
Candied ginger, chopped/minced    about 1/4 cup

unsalted butter                  12 tbsp 
granulated sugar                3/4 cup + 2 tbsp 
large egg, lightly beaten         1
molasses, unsulphured           1/4 cup   

Optional:  sugar for dredging, preferably coarse-grained (sanding or turbinado)


  • Have all of the ingredients at room temperature before continuing.

To Prepare the Gingersnap Cookie Dough:

Mix Dry Ingredients
                Place the flour, baking soda, salt, cloves, cinnamon,
                and gingers in a container with a tight lid. Cover and
                shake until thoroughly mixed.

Mix (Creaming Method)
                In a mixing bowl, cream the butter and sugar until light
                and fluffy.   I did this by hand with a solid rubber spatula.  
                Slowly add the egg followed by the molasses, still by hand,
                mixing to incorporation with each addition.

                Add the dry ingredients to the bowl and mix just until
                smooth and thoroughly incorporated.

Shape           Shape the dough into a log and wrap tightly in parchment paper
                or plastic. Refrigerate until ready to bake.  I found that 
                having the dough chilled left it much easier to work with.  
                About an hour should do.

To Bake the Gingersnap Cookies:

Preheat Oven    350ºF / 175ºC

Prepare two parchment-lined or lightly greased half-sheet pans or
cookie sheets.  Parchment!

Shape           Cut the dough into 1 ounce per piece. Roll into balls and 
                dredge with sugar. Space balls evenly on each half-sheet 
                pan or cookie sheet.  I didn't dredge my cookies and I think 
                they were perfect with out the sugar.

Gingersnap Cookies - Balls of Dough Topped with Turbinado Sugar
From Original Website

Bake            Bake the cookies one sheet at a time, at
                350ºF / 175ºC for 20 to 22 minutes.

Cool            Transfer to a wire rack lined with parchment. The cookies will 
                crisp as they cool.

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