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Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Kooking with Kayleigh ~~Christmas Edition~~

Making a Ginger Bread Man is a tradition we started three years ago





  • GINGER BREAD COOKIE
  • 3 cups flour
  • 2 teaspoons Ground  Ginger
  • 1 teaspoon Ground Cinnamon, 
  • 1/4 teaspoon Ground Nutmeg
  • 1/2  teaspoon All Spice
  • 1 teaspoon baking soda
  • 3/4 cup (1 1/2 sticks) butter, softened1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 3/4 cup firmly packed brown sugar
  • 1/2 cup molasses
  • 1 egg
  • 1 teaspoonPure Vanilla Extract

Baked and ready to be "DRESSED"

Adding all the piping...I'm glad she enjoys I have NO patience for it! 
Lil bro waiting to add the spice drops

She does good work!!
He's so YUMMMMMmmy!
Do you make a gingerbread man...house... or

 have a cookie you bake every year????

24 comments:

  1. How fun. I am 36 and never even made a Gingerbread house that I can remember. My son is 5 and I think we ought to this year!

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    1. We've yet to make a real ginger bread house a few lil ones out of graham cracker and candies good way to start =)

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  2. She caught the gingerbread man!! I love this tradition of yours! So much fun.

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  3. My kids asked if we could make gingerbread men soon. I really like that huge pan!

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  4. Our first time to make gingerbread man this year...it was so much fun! next week, we will try making ginger bread house =)

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  5. I used to love making gingerbread men and houses! Sadly, I have not had the patience to try since I had my son lol. Maybe this year!

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    1. try the gingerbread man first it's SO much ezier than a house =D

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  6. I love watching my kids decorate cookies every year. They would love making that big cookie.

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    1. They love to "dress" him the first year you hardly saw any man at all they have learned to cut back =D

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  7. That looks so yummy! We just did our first gingerbread house kit but now we want to do one from scratch and little gingerbread men to give to neighbors this year. Tell her great job!

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    1. I'll tell her--she like when I post a Kooking with Kayleigh and later we read all the responses together.

      Good luck on your house!!

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  8. The cookie looks yummy. I always bake chocolate chip cookies for Thanksgiving and Christmas.

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    1. chocolate chip and peanut butter with the kiss on top are our two staples for the holiday's =)

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  9. What a great tradition, and she did such a great job on the decorating!

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  10. Oh my goodness! Even someone so young can make those cookies look great! I'm a terrible food artist. Wow! how fun!

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    1. I'm not so great with baking either --She gets the baking gene from Oma (my grandmother) she's loved baking with her starting at age 2!

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  11. I have never made gingerbread from scratch. I love how the kids worked together to create it! I probably would have eaten all the gumdrops before they made their way to the cookie.

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  12. Although we've never made one I have that same pan!! Lol...my kids want to make one this year, so I guess we'll attempt it!

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  13. Aaawww! Team work huh? They look so into what they're doing.

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