Cookie baking might be one of our favorite pastimes, so whenever a new and improved cookie recipe comes along, we jump at the chance of giving it a try! These Triple Ginger Cookies are not for the faint-hearted since they pack a punch ... a ginger punch that is.
If you are looking for ideas on what to give your friends or neighbors for the holidays (or simply want to do a nice gesture for someone special), baking a batch of these would be a great choice. You can pack them in some cute larger mason jars and place a ribbon around it with a nice handwritten note.
When it comes to these Triple Ginger Cookies, a little goes a long way. Since they are rather intense in flavor, you might want to enjoy them moderately. Serve them with black tea or a glass of plant-based milk. So comforting!
Baking cookies can be an intimidating process if you’re new to baking, but it’s all about trial and error. If you make a mistake once, you're likely not to make it again. In this case, we suggest not forgetting to flatten the cookies before placing them in the oven, otherwise, you’ll end up with ball-shaped cookies. Also, if the dough seems a bit dry you can add an extra 2 tablespoons of applesauce.
We also recommend checking them after 12-13 minutes through the baking process. They might be ready then, depending on your oven.
These spicy cookies are perfect for the holiday season! They have all those warming flavors that go so well with a warm hot chocolate or a delicious and festive plant-based eggnog. Plus, you can replace your tradition of baking a gingerbread house if you’re looking to switch things up.
These are also great to bake with the kids to get into the fall or holiday spirit!
Photos by Alfonso Revilla
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