Soft, festive gingerbread cookies are a cherished holiday treat, crafted from a blend of molasses, ginger, and other aromatic spices. For optimal freshness, store the cookies in an airtight container after they've cooled, and they'll remain soft for days.Marthinus Strydom
Gingerbread cookies have a rich history dating back to ancient Greece and Rome, where they were made with honey and spices. The gingerbread we know today, however, originated in Europe during the Middle Ages. It was often served at festivals and fairs, and decorated with intricate designs. Gingerbread houses also became popular in Germany during the 16th century. Eventually, the tradition of baking gingerbread cookies and houses spread to other parts of Europe and North America. Today, gingerbread cookies remain a beloved holiday treat, with countless variations and recipes found around the world.
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