Chewy Gingersnaps Sparkle Cookies

Chewy Gingersnaps Sparkle Cookies created by ChicagoShannon

These cookies are chewy, delicious and easy to make. They stay fresh for quite a long time and also aren't too sweet. This recipe does not double well.

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  • In a large bowl, cream butter and sugar together using a hand mixer. Add other wet ingredients and mix.
  • Add dry ingredients and mix. Dough should be easy to handle and not sticky. Add a little more flour if necessary. The dough should NOT be dry.
  • Shape dough into one inch balls and roll in white sugar.
  • Bake on an ungreased cookie sheet at 350 degrees for about 10 minutes. Remove immediately from cookie sheet onto cooling rack. Enjoy!
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"These cookies are chewy, delicious and easy to make. They stay fresh for quite a long time and also aren't too sweet. This recipe does not double well."

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  1. srobinson5752
    Recipe looks great, but it is far to big for me :(
  2. cindymc.7w
    Well...all I can say is that this recipe yielded 154 cookies that taste soooo good. I followed the recipe and added an extra 1/2 teaspoon of cloves and 1 extra teaspoon of ginger.
  3. cindymc.7w
    Extra spices
  4. CiaoBella
    This yields a beautiful cookie after I made some of the revisions suggested by other reviewers. As per other reviews, I reduced the molasses to 3/4 cup, and increased the cinnamon to 3 teaspoons, the cloves to 1 1/2 teaspoons, and the ground ginger to 2 teaspoons. I did not increase the flour amount as per other reviewers because I had already reduced the molasses amount. I made everything by hand--i.e. no hand mixer--and it took me about 45 minutes to make the dough. I baked the first batch for 10 minutes and the cookies came out too soft and undercooked in the middle even after cooling for half an hour. So I baked the second batch for 12 minutes and let cool. That made the cookie firmer on the outside and chewy on the inside--perfect. The next time I make these, I'll increase the cinnamon, cloves, and ginger a little more for a cookie with more bite. Without the increase, I agree with the other reviewer who said this cookie would have been too bland. *Note: this cookie freezes well.
  5. dbrandonthomas
    I made these cookies and they where VERY good I couldn't stop eating them ?
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