Today’s guest post is from Jessie at Life as a Strawberry.  When I saw her beautiful photos,  I just had to ask her to share this recipe with you!  Gingersnaps is one of my favorite cookies.  Not only do they taste great, your house smells amazing when you bake them!  Enjoy this recipe over the holidays!  Your family and friends will love them!


Cookies are the best.   Especially around Christmas, because then you get to make (and eat) as many cookies as you want, and you get to call everything a CHRISTMAS COOKIE.


The greatest part is that they freeze spectacularly – freeze the dough and defrost it before you bake them, or freeze the cookies after they’re baked. Either way, it’s easy to have fresh gingersnaps whenever you want them. And that’s what I call a win.





Thanks for sharing your recipe with us, Jessie!

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  1. 1

    Hey, your gingersnaps look amazing. I’m so glad you commented on my blog, so I could find yours and become a new follower. You have a lot of good stuff here! I was wondering if you were going to be posting the Rocky Road Fudge recipe from Mini Treats & Handheld Sweets? It looks so creamy and delicious!

    • 2

      Hi Jenn,
      I’m not allowed to share recipes from the cookbooks that I review unless they give me permission. Sorry! Happy Holidays!

  2. 3

    These sound delicious! Thanks for sharing :)

  3. 4

    The boys love ginger snap cookies. These look so moist and delicious - the perfect Christmas cookie.

  4. 5

    Can you say delicious times 10???? These look yummy!

  5. 6

    How long do the cookies are to defrost? Can I place them in the oven as its preheating to defrost them? Can’t wait to try them!

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