25 Days of Christmas Cookies: Day 2 – Iced Ginger Stars

In the eleventh century, pilgrims and soldiers returned home from the Crusades and introduced ginger to the Europeans. Almost instantly, the English created a therapeutic ginger candy. Two hundred years later, bread crumbs were added to the mixture and gingerbread was born. –  The Gingerbread Cottage

Ginger cookies are one of my absolute favorite and I am always in search of the perfect gingersnap. These Iced Ginger Stars come awfully darn close. Iced Ginger Stars are crisp and gingery, with just a touch of sweetness. They make the perfect dunking cookie and can be used for edible Christmas ornaments. Place a bean at the top of the cutout star prior to placing in the oven and remove after baking while cookie is still warm. This creates a perfect hole to thread a brightly colored ribbon through for hanging on the tree.

25 Days of Christmas Cookies

Day 2 –Iced Ginger Stars  Iced Ginger Stars are crisp and gingery, with just a touch of sweetness. They make the perfect dunking cookie and can be used for edible Christmas ornaments.

 

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