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Wednesday, December 12, 2007

Chocolate Ginger Cookies

We recently stayed in Roswell, Ga with some dear friends. Gail and John host Gail's Great Escapes in Tuscany every year.
I'll spill more on that after the holidays...
We all shared a pinch of a cookie from the Fickle Pickle. They have a gingerbread cookie that had me dying for more. Since we are a long way from Roswell, I got out my apron and started adding a pinch of dis and a pinch of dat.

It may not be the real thing~ but I'll bet my Georgia lotto ticket you will love these

Double Chocolate Ginger Cookies

1 box gingerbread mix
1 Tbs cocoa powder
2 Tbs butter
1/4 cup water
1/4 cup diced ginger
1 cup chopped dark chocolate
1 Tbs flour

Pre-heat oven to 375°

Combine mix with melted butter and water. Add cocoa powder and stir until well combined. Add diced ginger. Combine flour and chocolate chunks and stir until blended. Using a small ice cream scoop place rounded scoops of cookie dough about 2 inches apart. Bake for 8-9 minutes. Cool on a rack.

Y'all enjoy!



Vonda said...

Hello from Germany! The cookies look absolutely fabulous! The "Gimme Some Sugar" Aprons from Whistlestop were a big hit in 2 separate baskets I made for auctions. Hope y'all are doing well! -Vonda

Cottage Contessa said...

oooohhh these look delicious! Thank you for sharing the recipe!
Amanda (aka Cottage Contessa)

Sandy McTier Designs said...

Oh yummy! I'm gonna have to give these a try. Saving all my baking for next week when the kids are out of school and I have nothing I have to do but BAKE!

Have a great day.

Sugar Bear said...

Oh those do sound quite delightful!

JANET said...

I've never had a cookie like this! I must get busy baking!

Mary Isabella and Kiley too! said...

You are not going to believe this but I have a box ogf gingrebread mix sitting on my counter and I am going to make these they sound so yummy. Mary

Tonja said...

These sound yummy and I don't even like to cook. I just may try these.

Anonymous said...

A mix? My goodness, a mix? I am in shock! LOL

Lydia (The Perfect Pantry) said...

I think it's fun to start with the gingerbread mix -- so convenient and, with a bit of a flavor boost from nice strong fresh or dried ginger, it can be wonderful.

Kari (GrannySkywalker) said...

Chopped dark chocolate. Say no more.

Gail's Great Escapes said...

Sandi, these look just right and sound great. I'm making some to give as gifts.....much less time-consuming than Martha's!


Sandi @the WhistleStop Cafe said...

Vonda~ I'm glad the aprons were a hit!
Amanda~ thanks for stopping in
Sandy~ you just have to make these, the kids will love them.
Mary Isabella~ I know in the cooking world that is a NoNo... but it works for me.
Jerry~ you are such a cooking snob! I just can't keep up!!!
Thank you Lydia~ See??
Kari~ where have you been??
Gail~ much easier than Martha's- and this recipe will work!

Anonymous said...

Oh My Gosh These look scrumptious and easy Thank You for the recipe!

khb said...

Oh, yum! Thanks for pointing out this recipe to me. It looks like a quick and tasty fix for those ginger chocolate cravings I get.

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