Gingersnap Hot Cocoa Recipe

Gingersnap Hot Cocoa Recipe. This cozy and warm hot cocoa smells and tastes delicious! Your whole house will smell like gingerbread as it warms on the stovetop. This Gingersnap Hot Cocoa Recipe is easy to make, and really hits the spot on a cold winter night.


This cozy and warm hot cocoa smells and tastes delicious! Your whole house will smell like gingerbread as it warms on the stovetop. This Gingersnap Hot Cocoa Recipe is easy to make and really hits the spot on a cold winter night.

Gingersnap Hot Cocoa Recipe

Notes:

• This hot cocoa recipe is Non-alcoholic. There is nothing preventing you from adding a little bit of Christmas cheer to your cup just before serving. Try rum (white or dark, not spiced), brandy, or a gingerbread liqueur.

• This is highly spiced. If you are not certain all these spices are for you, half the amounts the first time you make it. Remember this is two servings though, so make sure whoever else you are serving this gingersnap hot cocoa too is on board with fewer spices.

• I listed a food processor to crush the gingersnaps. You could also put them in a sealable plastic storage bag, seal it shut, and then roll it over with a rolling pin (or crush them with a mallet).

• For my UK and Australian friends: confectioners sugar is icing sugar (powdered sugar, 10x).

Gingersnap Hot Cocoa Recipe. This cozy and warm hot cocoa smells and tastes delicious! Your whole house will smell like gingerbread as it warms on the stovetop. This Gingersnap Hot Cocoa Recipe is easy to make, and really hits the spot on a cold winter night.


Gingersnap Hot Cocoa Ingredients:

• 3 cups Whole Milk
• 1 tsp ground Cinnamon
• 1 tsp ground Ginger
• ½ tsp ground Nutmeg
• ½ tsp ground Allspice
• ¼ cup unsweetened Cocoa Powder
• ¼ cup Confectioners Sugar
• 8 Gingersnaps, 6 crushed and 2 whole
• Whipped cream, for garnish

Gingersnap Hot Cocoa Mise en Place:

• 2 Mugs
• Saucepan
• Whisk
• Measuring Cup
• Measuring Spoon
• Mini Food Processor

Gingersnap Hot Cocoa Recipe. This cozy and warm hot cocoa smells and tastes delicious! Your whole house will smell like gingerbread as it warms on the stovetop. This Gingersnap Hot Cocoa Recipe is easy to make, and really hits the spot on a cold winter night.


Gingersnap Hot Cocoa Directions:

• Pour the milk into a medium saucepan.

Gingersnap Hot Cocoa Recipe. This cozy and warm hot cocoa smells and tastes delicious! Your whole house will smell like gingerbread as it warms on the stovetop. This Gingersnap Hot Cocoa Recipe is easy to make, and really hits the spot on a cold winter night.


• Add 1 teaspoon ground Cinnamon, 1 teaspoon ground Ginger, ½ teaspoon ground Nutmeg, ½ teaspoon ground Allspice. Whisk to combine.

Gingersnap Hot Cocoa Recipe. This cozy and warm hot cocoa smells and tastes delicious! Your whole house will smell like gingerbread as it warms on the stovetop. This Gingersnap Hot Cocoa Recipe is easy to make, and really hits the spot on a cold winter night.


Gingersnap Hot Cocoa Recipe. This cozy and warm hot cocoa smells and tastes delicious! Your whole house will smell like gingerbread as it warms on the stovetop. This Gingersnap Hot Cocoa Recipe is easy to make, and really hits the spot on a cold winter night.


• Add ¼ cup unsweetened cocoa powder and ¼ cup confectioners sugar; stir well.

Gingersnap Hot Cocoa Recipe. This cozy and warm hot cocoa smells and tastes delicious! Your whole house will smell like gingerbread as it warms on the stovetop. This Gingersnap Hot Cocoa Recipe is easy to make, and really hits the spot on a cold winter night.


• Heat the mixture under medium-low heat until a low simmer, stirring occasionally. (Do not allow the cocoa to boil).
• While the cocoa is warming, crush 6 gingersnap cookies in a food processor and set aside.

Gingersnap Hot Cocoa Recipe. This cozy and warm hot cocoa smells and tastes delicious! Your whole house will smell like gingerbread as it warms on the stovetop. This Gingersnap Hot Cocoa Recipe is easy to make, and really hits the spot on a cold winter night.


• Once the gingersnap cocoa begins a slow simmer, remove from heat and pour into your favorite mugs.
• Garnish with a generous helping of whipped cream and a sprinkling of crushed gingersnaps. Top off each mug with a whole gingersnap cookie.

Gingersnap Hot Cocoa Recipe. This cozy and warm hot cocoa smells and tastes delicious! Your whole house will smell like gingerbread as it warms on the stovetop. This Gingersnap Hot Cocoa Recipe is easy to make, and really hits the spot on a cold winter night.


• Serve immediately.

Gingersnap Hot Cocoa Recipe. This cozy and warm hot cocoa smells and tastes delicious! Your whole house will smell like gingerbread as it warms on the stovetop. This Gingersnap Hot Cocoa Recipe is easy to make, and really hits the spot on a cold winter night.


Yield: 3 cups

Gingersnap Hot Cocoa Recipe

This cozy and warm hot cocoa smells and tastes delicious! Your whole house will smell like gingerbread as it warms on the stovetop. This Gingersnap Hot Cocoa Recipe is easy to make and really hits the spot on a cold winter night.
Prep Time 2 minutes
Cook Time 3 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes

Ingredients

  • 3 cups Whole Milk
  • 1 tsp ground Cinnamon
  • 1 tsp ground Ginger
  • ½ tsp ground Nutmeg
  • ½ tsp ground Allspice
  • ¼ cup unsweetened Cocoa Powder
  • ¼ cup Confectioners Sugar
  • 8 Gingersnaps, 6 crushed and 2 whole
  • Whipped cream, for garnish

Instructions

• Pour the milk into a medium saucepan. 

• Add 1 teaspoon ground Cinnamon, 1 teaspoon ground Ginger, ½ teaspoon ground Nutmeg, ½ teaspoon ground Allspice. Whisk to combine.

• Add ¼ cup unsweetened cocoa powder and ¼ cup confectioners sugar; stir well.

• Heat the mixture under medium low heat until a low simmer, stirring occasionally. (Do not allow the cocoa to boil).

• While the cocoa is warming, crush 6 gingersnap cookies in a food processor and set aside.

• Once the gingersnap cocoa begins a slow simmer, remove from heat and pour into your favorite mugs. 

• Garnish with a generous helping of whipped cream and a sprinkling of crushed gingersnaps. Top off each mug with a whole gingersnap cookie.

• Serve immediately.

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Nutrition Information:

Yield:

2

Serving Size:

12oz

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 452 Total Fat: 17g Saturated Fat: 8g Trans Fat: 0g Unsaturated Fat: 6g Cholesterol: 39mg Sodium: 299mg Carbohydrates: 61g Fiber: 4g Sugar: 38g Protein: 15g

If you would like more holiday drinks (these are cocktails), be sure to check these out:

Boozy Candy Cane Shake Recipe – This super easy to make candy cane milkshake is a fresh, crisp, refreshing adult cocktail perfect for the holiday season. If you like the cool taste of peppermint, you will adore this festive holiday beverage.

Homemade Eggnog Recipe – Eggnog is a delicious, traditional holiday drink, and this homemade eggnog recipe makes a fabulously rich, tasty, fresh eggnog you can whip up in minutes. This is truly the best eggnog you will ever have.

Mistletoe Mint Cocktail – wonderful holiday cocktail recipe, this terrific Christmas drink is perfect for the holiday season. Light and refreshing, this will become one of your favorite holiday drinks! Give your taste buds a minty treat with sip after sip of this delicious holiday cocktail.


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Easy Cornflakes Christmas Clusters Recipe

Easy Cornflakes Christmas Clusters Recipe. It is the holiday season and sometimes things are so hectic it is difficult to make time to bake or cook holiday centric-dishes. But everyone has time to make these super easy cornflakes Christmas clusters. This simple 4-ingredient recipe is festive, tasty, and you can make them in about 5 minutes. These are a great tasting holiday treat your whole family will enjoy.


It’s the holiday season and sometimes things are so hectic it is difficult to make time to bake or cook holiday centric-dishes. But everyone has time to make these super easy cornflakes Christmas clusters. This simple 4-ingredient recipe is festive, tasty, and you can make them in about 5 minutes. These are a great tasting holiday treat your whole family will enjoy.

Easy Cornflakes Christmas Clusters Recipe

Notes:

• This recipe makes about 12 Cornflakes Christmas Clusters. This recipe doubles beautifully if you would like to make a larger batch.

• These are called “Christmas” clusters, but could be used with all red sprinkles for Valentine’s Day, Green for St Patrick’s Day, Purple or Pink for Easter, Red, White, and Blue sprinkles for Independence day, etc., etc.

• The mixture comes out soft but will harden as the chips dry.

• Decorative sprinkles such as nonpareils or jimmies work great!

• If you want to color the white chocolate chips, feel free to do so!

Easy Cornflake Christmas Clusters Recipe. It is the holiday season and sometimes things are so hectic it is difficult to make time to bake or cook holiday centric-dishes. But everyone has time to make these super easy cornflake Christmas clusters. This simple 4-ingredient recipe is festive, tasty, and you can make them in about 5 minutes. These are a great tasting holiday treat your whole family will enjoy.


Easy Cornflakes Christmas Clusters Ingredients:

• 1¼ cups White Chocolate Chips
• 3 cups Cornflakes
• ¼ cup Peanuts, chopped
• ¼ cup Decorative Sprinkles

Easy Cornflakes Christmas Clusters Mise en Place:

• Microwave Safe Bowl
• Spatula
• Measuring Cup
• Baking Sheet
• Parchment Paper
• Spoon

Easy Cornflakes Christmas Clusters Recipe. It is the holiday season and sometimes things are so hectic it is difficult to make time to bake or cook holiday centric-dishes. But everyone has time to make these super easy cornflakes Christmas clusters. This simple 4-ingredient recipe is festive, tasty, and you can make them in about 5 minutes. These are a great tasting holiday treat your whole family will enjoy.


Easy Cornflakes Christmas Clusters Directions:

• Line a baking sheet (or another flat tray) with parchment paper. Set aside.
• Place 1¼ cups white chocolate chips into a large microwave-safe bowl and heat on 50% power for 2-3 minutes stirring every 30 seconds until melted. (Don’t forget to stir, white chocolate burns quickly.)

Easy Cornflake Christmas Clusters Recipe. It is the holiday season and sometimes things are so hectic it is difficult to make time to bake or cook holiday centric-dishes. But everyone has time to make these super easy cornflake Christmas clusters. This simple 4-ingredient recipe is festive, tasty, and you can make them in about 5 minutes. These are a great tasting holiday treat your whole family will enjoy.


• Mix in 3 cups of cornflakes and ¼ cup of chopped peanuts into the melted white chocolate chips, and stir until completely coated.

Easy Cornflakes Christmas Clusters Recipe. It is the holiday season and sometimes things are so hectic it is difficult to make time to bake or cook holiday centric-dishes. But everyone has time to make these super easy cornflake Christmas clusters. This simple 4-ingredient recipe is festive, tasty, and you can make them in about 5 minutes. These are a great tasting holiday treat your whole family will enjoy.


• Drop the cornflake mixture onto the prepared parchment paper using a tablespoon (don’t worry, the mixture won’t stick together well but will harden keeping everything together).

Easy Cornflakes Christmas Clusters Recipe. It is the holiday season and sometimes things are so hectic it is difficult to make time to bake or cook holiday centric-dishes. But everyone has time to make these super easy cornflake Christmas clusters. This simple 4-ingredient recipe is festive, tasty, and you can make them in about 5 minutes. These are a great tasting holiday treat your whole family will enjoy.


• Immediately sprinkle the cornflake clusters with some holiday sprinkles.

Easy Cornflakes Christmas Clusters Recipe. It is the holiday season and sometimes things are so hectic it is difficult to make time to bake or cook holiday centric-dishes. But everyone has time to make these super easy cornflake Christmas clusters. This simple 4-ingredient recipe is festive, tasty, and you can make them in about 5 minutes. These are a great tasting holiday treat your whole family will enjoy.


• Let the clusters set for 30 minutes or until chocolate has hardened.

Easy Cornflakes Christmas Clusters Recipe. It is the holiday season and sometimes things are so hectic it is difficult to make time to bake or cook holiday centric-dishes. But everyone has time to make these super easy cornflakes Christmas clusters. This simple 4-ingredient recipe is festive, tasty, and you can make them in about 5 minutes. These are a great tasting holiday treat your whole family will enjoy.


Yield: 12 clusters

Easy Cornflakes Christmas Clusters Recipe

This simple 4-ingredient recipe is festive, tasty, and you can make them in about 5 minutes. These are a great tasting holiday treat your whole family will enjoy.
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 3 minutes
Additional Time 30 minutes
Total Time 38 minutes

Ingredients

  • 1¼ cups White Chocolate Chips
  • 3 cups Cornflakes
  • ¼ cup Peanuts, chopped
  • ¼ cup Decorative Sprinkles

Instructions

• Line a baking sheet (or other flat tray) with parchment paper. Set aside.

• Place 1¼ cups white chocolate chips into a large microwave-safe bowl and heat on 50% power for 2-3 minutes stirring every 30 seconds until melted. (Don't forget to stir, white chocolate burns quickly.)

• Mix in 3 cups of cornflakes and ¼ cup of chopped peanuts into the melted white chocolate chips, and stir until completely coated.

• Drop the cornflake mixture onto the prepared parchment paper using a tablespoon (don't worry, mixture won't stick together well but will harden keeping everything together).

• Immediately sprinkle the cornflake clusters with some holiday sprinkles.

• Let the clusters set for 30 minutes or until chocolate has hardened.

Nutrition Information:

Yield:

12

Serving Size:

1

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 156 Total Fat: 8g Saturated Fat: 4g Trans Fat: 0g Unsaturated Fat: 4g Cholesterol: 4mg Sodium: 79mg Carbohydrates: 19g Fiber: 1g Sugar: 13g Protein: 2g

If you would like to make more easy treats, check out these recipes:

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Easy Chocolate Peanut Butter Ball Recipe – These delicious, no-bake Chocolate Peanut Butter Balls are simple to make! Your entire family will enjoy these simple candies. Indulge during the holidays, as a special treat, during snack time or anytime!

Chocolate Cashew Clusters – Homemade candy does not get any easier than this Chocolate Cashew Clusters recipe! These chocolate cashew clusters are tasty, fast, and simple to make. Surprise your family with these delicious candy delights tonight!


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Italian Ricotta Cheese Cookies Recipe

Grandma always made ricotta cheese cookies for us! These tasty cookies are soft on the inside and topped with a delicious sugared icing. This Italian Ricotta cookies recipe is just like Nonna used to make. Make some for your family tonight.


Grandma always made ricotta cheese cookies for us! These tasty cookies are soft on the inside and topped with a delicious sugared icing. This Italian Ricotta cookies recipe is just like Nonna used to make. Make some for your family tonight.

Italian Ricotta Cheese Cookies Recipe

My grandmother always made Italian Ricotta cheese cookies for us during the holidays. Batches and batches were produced, and some even made it to the Christmas cookie tray. My family loved these so much, she would make them “just because” at different times of the year. While these are traditionally thought of as a Christmas cookie by many, it did not stop my Grandmother from making ricotta cheese cookies for picnics, the weekend, or just because we’d ask her, “Grandma, can we bake something!? We’ll help!

My grandmother was a saint. LOL


Grandma always made ricotta cheese cookies for us! These tasty cookies are soft on the inside and topped with a delicious sugared icing. This Italian Ricotta cookies recipe is just like Nonna used to make. Make some for your family tonight.


My sister and I “helping” my Grandmother wash dishes. I think we were 2 and 3 (maybe 1.5 and 2.5)


After she passed away, no one made these quite as often. Oh sure, everyone would scarf them down as fast as they were iced, but for some reason, they just seemed to leave the cookie baking rotation. Which is a real shame because they are very easy to make.

This recipe is written exactly as she wrote it out for us 35 years ago, with only a few “pre” things moved up for your sanity (and mine). I hope you enjoy!

Grandma always made ricotta cheese cookies for us! These tasty cookies are soft on the inside and topped with a delicious sugared icing. This Italian Ricotta cookies recipe is just like Nonna used to make. Make some for your family tonight.


Notes:

• The shredded coconut for garnish would be the sweetened coconut found in the bakery aisle.

• The nuts that were used were always walnuts. You could also use almonds, although we never did.

• You could definitely use holiday jimmies, edible glitter, colored sugars, nonpareils, or sanding sugar as the garnish instead.

Click here for instructions on how to make colored sugar (you can customize colors and save a lot of money!)

How to make vanilla extract.

• We never used butter, always margarine. This was to prevent spread I assume.

Grandma always made Ricotta cheese cookies for us! These tasty cookies are soft on the inside and topped with a delicious sugared icing. This Italian Ricotta cookies recipe is just like Nonna used to make. Make some for your family tonight.


Grandma always made Ricotta cheese cookies for us! These tasty cookies are soft on the inside and topped with a delicious sugared icing. This Italian Ricotta cookies recipe is just like Nonna used to make. Make some for your family tonight.


Italian Ricotta Cheese Cookies Ingredients:

• 18 TBSP Margarine, divided (2 1/8 sticks)
• 2 cups Sugar
• 3 Eggs
• 1 lb Ricotta Cheese
2½ tsp Vanilla Extract, divided
• 4 cups Flour
• 1 tsp Baking soda
• 1 tsp Salt
• 1½ cups Powdered Sugar
• 2 TBSP Milk
• Optional: Shredded Coconut or Ground Nuts for garnish

Italian Ricotta Cheese Cookies Mise en Place:

Stand Mixer, bowl and beaters
• Spatula
Measuring Spoons
Measuring Cup
• Cooling Rack
• Shallow Bowl
• Small Plate(s)

Grandma always made Ricotta cheese cookies for us! These tasty cookies are soft on the inside and topped with a delicious sugared icing. This Italian Ricotta cookies recipe is just like Nonna used to make. Make some for your family tonight.


Italian Ricotta Cheese Cookies Dough Directions:

• Preheat oven to 350°F.
• Lightly grease several cookie sheets with Crisco shortening.
• Using a stand mixer, cream together 2 sticks (16 tablespoons) of margarine, 2 cups of white sugar.

Grandma always made Ricotta cheese cookies for us! These tasty cookies are soft on the inside and topped with a delicious sugared icing. This Italian Ricotta cookies recipe is just like Nonna used to make. Make some for your family tonight.


• Add 3 Eggs, 1 lb Ricotta Cheese and 2 teaspoons Vanilla extract; beat well.

Grandma always made Ricotta cheese cookies for us! These tasty cookies are soft on the inside and topped with a delicious sugared icing. This Italian Ricotta cookies recipe is just like Nonna used to make. Make some for your family tonight.


• Add 4 cups white flour, 1 teaspoon baking soda, and 1 teaspoon of salt; mix well.

Grandma always made Ricotta cheese cookies for us! These tasty cookies are soft on the inside and topped with a delicious sugared icing. This Italian Ricotta cookies recipe is just like Nonna used to make. Make some for your family tonight.


• Drop by teaspoonful onto prepared cookie sheet.

Grandma always made Ricotta cheese cookies for us! These tasty cookies are soft on the inside and topped with a delicious sugared icing. This Italian Ricotta cookies recipe is just like Nonna used to make. Make some for your family tonight.


• Bake 8-10 minutes in a preheated 350°F oven, or until lightly golden, do not over bake.
• Remove from oven to a wire rack. Allow to cool.

Grandma always made Ricotta cheese cookies for us! These tasty cookies are soft on the inside and topped with a delicious sugared icing. This Italian Ricotta cookies recipe is just like Nonna used to make. Make some for your family tonight.


Italian Ricotta Cheese Cookies Icing Directions:

• Prepare the powdered sugar icing by using a stand mixer to combine 1/8 stick (2 tablespoons) of margarine, 1½ cups powdered sugar, and ½ teaspoon of vanilla extract.
• To this add enough milk to make the icing soft but not runny.
• Add more powdered sugar if necessary.
• Tint icing with food dye or a colored food gel if desired.

Grandma always made Ricotta cheese cookies for us! These tasty cookies are soft on the inside and topped with a delicious sugared icing. This Italian Ricotta cookies recipe is just like Nonna used to make. Make some for your family tonight.


• Place powdered sugar icing in a shallow bowl.
• Place shredded coconut or ground nuts on a shallow plate.
• Dip cooled cookies in powdered sugar icing then, immediately dip into shredded coconut or ground nuts.

Grandma always made Ricotta cheese cookies for us! These tasty cookies are soft on the inside and topped with a delicious sugared icing. This Italian Ricotta cookies recipe is just like Nonna used to make. Make some for your family tonight.


• Allow iced cookies to set on a wire rack.

Grandma always made Ricotta cheese cookies for us! These tasty cookies are soft on the inside and topped with a delicious sugared icing. This Italian Ricotta cookies recipe is just like Nonna used to make. Make some for your family tonight.


Yield: 48 Italian Ricotta Cheese Cookies

Italian Ricotta Cheese Cookies Recipe

Frosted Italian ricotta cheese cookies made fresh.
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 8 minutes
Additional Time 2 minutes
Total Time 25 minutes

Ingredients

  • 18 TBSP Margarine, divided
  • 2 cups Sugar
  • 3 Eggs
  • 1 lb Ricotta Cheese
  • 2½ tsp Vanilla Extract, divided
  • 4 cups Flour
  • 1 tsp Baking Soda
  • 1 tsp Salt
  • 1½ cups Powdered Sugar
  • 2 TBSP Milk
  • Optional: Shredded Coconut or Ground Nuts for garnish

Instructions

• Lightly grease several cookie sheets with Crisco shortening.

• Using a stand mixer, cream together 2 sticks (16 tablespoons) of margarine, 2 cups of white sugar.

• Add 3 Eggs, 1 lb Ricotta Cheese and 2 teaspoons Vanilla extract; beat well.

• Add 4 cups white flour, 1 teaspoon baking soda, and 1 teaspoon of salt; mix well.

• Drop by teaspoonful onto prepared cookie sheet.

• Bake 8-10 minutes in a preheated 350°F oven, or until lightly golden, do not over bake.

• Remove from oven to a wire rack. Allow to cool.

• Prepare the powdered sugar icing by using a stand mixer to combine 1/8 stick (2 tablespoons) of margarine, 1½ cups powdered sugar, and ½ teaspoon of vanilla extract.

• To this add enough milk to make the icing soft but not runny.

• Add more powdered sugar if necessary.

• Tint icing with food dye or a colored food gel if desired.

• Place powdered sugar icing in a shallow bowl.

• Place shredded coconut or ground nuts on a shallow plate.

• Dip cooled cookies in powdered sugar icing then, immediately dip into shredded coconut or ground nuts.

• Allow iced cookies to set on a wire rack.

Nutrition Information:

Yield:

24

Serving Size:

2

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 304 Total Fat: 13g Saturated Fat: 4g Trans Fat: 2g Unsaturated Fat: 8g Cholesterol: 29mg Sodium: 192mg Carbohydrates: 43g Fiber: 1g Sugar: 25g Protein: 6g

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Grandma always made ricotta cheese cookies for us! These tasty cookies are soft on the inside and topped with a delicious sugared icing. This Italian Ricotta cookies recipe is just like Nonna used to make. Make some for your family tonight.



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