Gingerbread Cookies: Cinnamon Gingerbread Cookie Recipe
As we approach the end of December and prepare to welcome the new year, we all continue to prepare for the new year. We’re here with a recipe that makes homes fragrant, in the most popular time of the year, with hot chocolate and a glass of warm milk: Gingerbread Cookies, that is, the recipe for gingerbread cookies!
Gingerbread cookies are one of our favorite New Year’s details, with their fun shapes, spicy flavor, and sweet scent. After reading this article, in which we shared the recipe for gingerbread cookies by our writer, nutritionist Gamze Altynay, you will smell your magnificent gingerbread cookies all over the house and feel the New Year mood in every corner of your house.
– 1 egg
– 100 grams of butter
– 1.5 cups flour
– 2 teaspoons of molasses
– 2 spoons of sugar
– 1/2 teaspoon ginger powder
– 1/2 teaspoon baking soda
– 3 drops of vanilla
– 1 teaspoon cinnamon
– 2 cloves
– 1/4 teaspoon nutmeg
– Whisk eggs, molasses, butter, sugar, nutmeg and other spices with a mixer.
– Slowly add the flour and knead with your hands to get the consistency of the dough.
– Leave the dough for 30 minutes at room temperature.
– Start rolling out the dough by dusting the table with flour.
“Now you can shape your dough into any shape you can imagine, which you rolled out about half an inch, not too thin and not too thick!”
– After baking for 15-20 minutes in an oven preheated to 170 degrees, your cookies are ready! Bon appetit.
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