12 Days of Cookies: Chewy Ginger Cookies by Eden Passante

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Chewy Ginger Cookies

We’re beyond excited to kick off 12 days of cookies with World Market and these chewy ginger cookies! It’s truly an honor to be part of four amazing bakers and crafters developing holiday cookie recipes that are going to be a hit at any of your holiday parties. We’ve incorporated baking ingredients from World Market into our cookie recipes, which was easy considering their impressive selection of baking items!

We’re kicking off and spicing things up with one of the most delicious recipes for chewy ginger cookies. These ginger cookies are soft, chewy and the best part is they’re full of that holiday ginger flavor! It’s a triple ginger cookie recipe using ground ginger, ginger syrup and ginger chips. We are not messing around when it comes to holiday cookies this year! Overall, we felt like the standard ginger cookie could use more than just ground ginger. The Ginger People’s Ginger Syrup and Ginger People’s Bakers Chips add so much more flavor, texture and overall goodness, I can’t imagine ever making ginger cookies again without these two key ingredients.

Overall, we felt like the standard ginger cookie could use more than just ground ginger. The Ginger People’s Ginger Syrup and Ginger People’s Bakers Chips – both found at World Market – add so much more flavor, texture and overall goodness, I can’t imagine ever making ginger cookies again without these two key ingredients.

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If you love ginger as much as we do, these chewy ginger cookies are super easy to make and you’ll be so happy you made them. It’s a simple recipe formula of butter, sugar, molasses, egg, vanilla and gin-ger syrup, and then adding in the dry ingredients, like flour and the delicious spices. The spices we used in this recipe are nutmeg, cinnamon and ginger…all of the traditional spices used in holiday baking.

To top these delicious chewy ginger cookies off, we added a little bit of the Breitsamer Rapsflower Blossom Honey to the top. Personally, I love the way the honey looks on the cookie and it adds just a small amount of sweetness.

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The ginger chips add a nice kick of spice to the cookies. For this recipe, we added the ginger chips to the cookie dough and then added two chips on the top as well. You don’t have to add them onto the top if you feel like the ginger flavor is enough in the cookie. Whatever your personal preference!

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If you love ginger as much as we do, these chewy ginger cookies are super easy to make and you’ll be so happy you made them. It’s a simple recipe of butter, sugar, molasses, egg, vanilla and ginger syrup, and then adding in the dry ingredients, like flour and the delicious spices. The spices we used in this recipe are nutmeg, cinnamon and ginger – all of the traditional spices used in holiday baking.

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To make this recipe, we use the simple, classic formula of wet ingredients first, then dry after. So start with softened butter and sugar and blend on high until light and fluffy.

Add in the rest of the wet ingredients and continue to blend. I always scrape the sides and bottom of the bowl to make sure everything is incorporated.

In a separate bowl, add all of the dry ingredients together and lightly whisk with a fork to blend.

With the blender on low, add in the dry ingredients and beat until just mixed. Then , fold in chewy ginger chips.

To make the cookies, I always use a cookie scooper and make round balls. Roll the cookies in sugar and bake 9-12 on a cookie sheet for 10 minutes.

We hope you enjoy these holiday treats and if you try this recipe, let us know what you think!

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Yield:20 Servings
Prep Time:10 Minutes
Cook Time:10 Minutes

2 Comments

  • Cathy N

    They have excellent flavor! My family really enjoyed them! The syrup is very tasty and the ginger chips add flavor and texture.

  • Mary Ann

    These are excellent, chewy, gingery cookies. I have a convection oven, so found that the they needed slightly less time. I revised to 9 minutes and they came out perfectly. I also make them fairly small, using a small melon ball scoop to keep them even. I think the ginger syrup and the ginger chips make a huge difference!

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