Ginger Biscuits and Cookies

    Ginger biscuit recipes are popular whether cooking a basic ginger biscuit or even gingerbread or ginger snaps.

    26 Recipes




    Global Cuisine

    2 reviews

    This is a super easy gingerbread recipe that the kids can help with. While waiting to cook you can prepare some hot chocolate for a perfect family afternoon tea.

    Recipe by: GIRLSMUM

    1 review

    Here's a healthier version of a traditional favourite. You can buy fancy-shaped cutters and let the kids cut out gingerbread figures, stars or Christmas trees. Chopped dried fruit or nuts make good decorations.

    Recipe by: Lynn Lewis and Joachim Wahnschaffe

    6 reviews

    Great for tea parties. Crisp without being crumbly. Uses crystalline rather than fresh or preserved ginger

    Recipe by: ElaineDale

    3 reviews

    This is a Swedish gingerbread recipe known as 'Stora Pepparkakor'. These are very gingery and chewy compared to mainstream gingerbread.

    Recipe by: penguinw

    1 review

    This is a great basic biscuit recipe. It has chocolate chips, sliced almonds and chopped crystallised ginger, but you can use any dried fruit or nuts you like.

    Recipe by: susanbl

    2 reviews

    A quick easy to make, delicious tasting biscuit. These are my favourites to dunk into tea or coffee, I always bake a batch when the girls are coming over.

    Recipe by: SloeWolf

    61 reviews

    A gingerbread based biscuit that includes cinnamon, cloves and nutmeg is combined with white chocolate chips to make this amazing moorish biscuit.

    Recipe by: Mickie29

    3 reviews

    I like to make gingerbread men with the kids from time to time. This recipe is easy and generally I have all the ingredients in the house.

    Recipe by: GourmetGirl

    5 reviews

    A ginger nut-style biscuit topped with a creamy vanilla icing. You can sandwich two biscuits together as well.

    Recipe by: Robin J.

    39 reviews

    Pepparkakor are Swedish biscuits. The dough is rolled thin and cut into many shapes, the most commonly used is the pig!

    Recipe by: Sue Haynes

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