We know that sometimes you crave a really good gingerbread man, one decorated with icing, sprinkles, bowties, hairdos, jewelry,
and maybe even a red-hot candied nose. Use this classic recipe for the cookie and decorate as whimsical as you wish.
Don't limit your holiday baking to gingerbread people alone. Use a variety of cookie cutters to make pigs, cats, dogs, and
bears. Making cut-out cookies is a great way to entertain the kids over the holidays as well as teach them a little about
Layer homemade gingerbread, pears, vanilla custard, and whipped cream for an elegant dessert that's just as pleasing to the
eye as it is to the palate. The gingerbread, pears, and custard are best prepared two days ahead and assembled before serving.
Whip up this top-rated dessert in a flash. The cobbler starts with gingerbread mix and apple pie filling, then calls for a
few standard kitchen staples. The ingredients keep for awhile, so stock up for a batch to make when guests arrive unexpectedly.
Spice up this Irish-inspired dessert with the strong, yet subtle, flavor of stout beer, a tasty complement to the gingerbread
mix. The recipe calls for about two bottles of beer, with most of it going into the cake and the rest reserved for the icing.
Two of holiday's finest flavors—gingerbread and cranberry—meet in these easy-to make cookies that start with a box of gingerbread
cake mix. This is a great recipe to turn to when you just don't have the time to cut out and decorate gingerbread people.