Just Wondering

@marie2052 (3697)
United States
December 2, 2011 7:32am CST
I have never made gingersnap cookies. My mom always bought them when I was home and would give me some with a glass of milk to dunk them in. They were very crisp cookies. Is there a variation to making soft ones as well? I have never seen anything but the harder crisper cookie.
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@ladym33 (11008)
• United States
2 Dec 11
I have never really had a soft ginger snap cookie, I think that is where the snap comes from because they are so crispy. However, I guess if you really wanted a softer version you could probably just reduce the baking time by a couple of minutes that way they would naturally come out softer. The baking time is what makes them firmer so just reduce it and enjoy.
• Philippines
2 Dec 11
Then the gingermelts was born =O! nah just joking hehe
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• Philippines
2 Dec 11
Omg! lol I was just reading about a ginger snap cookie my friend it was from Kyra Effren shared to Nick Malgieri the author of the eBook that im reading right now. As I look to the recipe i think it doesn't have a soft version since it only uses 1 egg and 1 stick and a half of butter so its dry, you can even roll the cookie dough using your hand. The name also indicates that i should have a snap sound so it should be crispy i guess. The ginger snap cookies in the eBook that i just download uses three types of ginger candied,ground, and fresh.
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@marie2052 (3697)
• United States
5 Dec 11
That is an awesome description! One of my friends found a recipe for a soft gingersnap cookie and sent it to me. I will try it for Christmas.
@ardoy0731 (6866)
• Philippines
2 Dec 11
I haven't made a gingersnap cookie too and haven't taste it too.I just see them in some bakeshop but never try to buy and eat.
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