Gingerbread has a special place in my heart…perhaps it’s the German in me, or the fact that I never really had the western variety growing up. Lebkuchen, or German gingerbread, was found aplenty in or home during the holidays, and while it’s delicious on it’s own, I prefer North American gingerbread any day.
Today on BAKED the Blog, I’m sharing with you my recipe for vegan gingerbread cookies (western style) which also happen to be ornamental (as well as delicious)! These vegan gingerbread cookies are made from a base of spelt flour which makes them higher in fiber than other recipes you may find. The dough requires some chill time, so you can prep the dough ahead of time and keep it in the fridge until you’re ready to get your gingerbread on. They really are a beautiful and whimsical addition to any tree, or simply just for eating as is.
I send you off with my warmest greetings and love. However you celebrate this time of year, I wish you happiness, health, gratitude and simple joys this season with family and friends…carry it with you all year!
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