Peanut Ginger Snaps
Ingredients:

  1. 2/3 cup margarine 
  2. 1 1/2 cup flour

  3. 1/4 cup sugar (depending on how sweet you want the cookies)

  4. 1 tablespoon of raw honey

  5. 1 large egg

  6. Small piece of fresh ginger 

  7. A dash of sea salt

  8. A few sprinkles of cinnamon 

  9. 1 tablespoon of natural crunchy peanut butter 


Pour all ingredients in a large mixing bowl and blend until mixture is cookie dough consistency. Taste dough after mixing and add more ingredients as needed (ex. Add more peanut butter if it’s not nutty enough, etc). Then swoop large spoonfuls onto an already greased up cookie sheet or pan. Spray large spoon with baking spray so dough doesn’t stick. Separate cookies by a few inches so they have room to bake flat. Sprinkle a dash of sea salt and cinnamon on top of cookie dough. Bake in oven 375 degrees for 10-15 minutes (you can also preheat oven 5 minutes before baking – optional). The cookies are done when they have crispy ends and soft gooey middle. Let sit and cool for 10 minutes, then enjoy.

Nutty Ginger Berry Cookies

Ingredients:

  1. 2/3 cup margarine 
  • 1 1/2 cup flour

  • 1/4 cup sugar (depending on how sweet you want the cookies)

  • 2 large egg

  • fresh ginger 

  • Cinnamon 

  • 1 tablespoon of natural crunchy peanut butter 

  • 2 blackberries 

  • Chocolate syrup (optional)



  • Pour all ingredients in a large mixing bowl and blend until mixture is cookie dough consistency. Taste dough after mixing and add more ingredients as needed (ex. Add more ginger if it’s not gingery enough, etc). Then swoop large spoonfuls onto an already greased up cookie sheet or pan. Make sure to separate by a few inches so cookies have room to bake flat. Bake in oven 375 degrees for 10-15 minutes (you can also preheat oven 5 minutes before baking – optional). The cookies are done when they have crispy ends and soft middle. Let them sit and cool for 10 minutes, then pour some chocolate syrup over cookies if you like, Enjoy. 


    Try these deliciously tasty yet simple cookie recipes. I am not a professional pastry chef nor Susie homemaker but I am addicted to these easy homemade cookie recipes. Especially since all ingredients are either “in house” or extremely affordable to purchase at any grocery store. Mix and match, subtract or add different ingredients depending on your taste for that day. Make it a family night and bake with your loved ones. It’s always fun to scrap and lick the mixing bowl with delicious gooey cookie dough remainders inside. 

    My baking Monto is “If it doesn’t taste good before baking, then it will not taste good after baking”.  

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