- n. Plural form of gingersnap.
“Kate Dec 3 for me, the texture of gingersnaps is what makes or breaks them - these look excellent, perfectly chewy in the middle. thanks!”
“You can also try other cookie/booze combos, using the same proportions -- such as gingersnaps and bourbon, or the traditional vanilla wafers and rum.”
“This quintessential Christmas cookie may take a soft, disk-like form and be dubbed "gingersnaps," or be rolled and cut into shapes and become gingerbread men (or women).”
“Serve with fruits or cookies such as gingersnaps or vanilla wafers.”
“I borrowed a white board and easel from my church andmade gingersnaps.”
“I finally got around to trying the chocolate gingersnaps last night and they are just wonderful!”
“Store bought gingersnaps - the crisp kind - are combined with melted chocolate, spread into a thin layer and topped with chopped hazlenuts and sea salt.”
“I tried some chocolate covered gingersnaps last year that were ok, and this combination of ingredients sounds so much better.”
“It was not bad, not at all, but it was the same complicated, elaborate, over-decorated fare that we have been eating for the last decade, with sticky, reduced gravy and curious cages of gingersnaps built over tiny pieces of pat é, that seemed oddly old hat in such a brilliant setting.”
“Ranging from chunky white chocolate macadamia cookies and chewy gingersnaps, to rich mocha fudge brownies … mMMmm.”
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