We tasted eight major brands of ginger snaps, to find those that most live up to their name (by being gingery and snappy, of course). Check out the winners and losers here!
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Invert your pumpkin pie this year by topping a spiced, orange-scented pumpkin custard with a sweet ginger cookie crumble.
Invert your pumpkin pie this year by topping pumpkin pie filling with a ginger cookie crumble.
Proving that inspiration comes from the most interesting places, this recipe comes to Cookfight from New York Times fashion critic, Cathy Horyn. They are apparently a Swedish-American tradition from her hometown in Ohio. Traditional or not, they are a truly intriguing cookie, with a smoky sweetness that separates them from your standard 'snap.
Apparently a Swedish-American tradition, bacon fat gingersnaps are a Cookfight gem. Sweet, smoky and spicy, their flavor sets them apart from any 'snap you've ever had.
I've always considered the seductive and regal blood orange my favorite citrus treat, but since moving to New Orleans several years ago, my affection for the satsuma, a local favorite, has blossomed into a full-blown love affair. I like to let it shine in this bright and flavorful pie.
A spiced gingersnap crust is filled with a bright and tangy filling starring satsuma oranges with a hint of lime.
A frozen alternative to pumpkin pie, with gingersnap cookies and candied ginger folded inside.