Triple Chocolate Gingerbread
This recipe will transport you straight to chocolate heaven. Made with mini chocolate chips, ginger, cinnamon and chocolate pudding, this gingerbread is great for holiday parties and more. Recipe courtesy of McCormick 
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Baking cookies is a holiday right of passage and this recipe for gingerbread men cookies is a great way to kick things off. Made with ground ginger, cinnamon and a whole lot of love, these cute cookies will be a new family tradition. Courtesy of McCormick
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Gift wrapping for the holidays never... tasted so good? These gingerbread cookies are shaped like gift tags, and you don't even need a cookie cutter to make them. Courtesy of McCormick
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Flat Gingerbread Houses
Though making a gingerbread house can be a lot of fun for the family, the process can be really time-consuming. But this recipe will make the process easier while still enjoying the fun of decorating delicious cookies.Recipe courtesy of Imperial Sugar
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Ginger, cinnamon, cloves (or pepper) and molasses flavor this classic gingerbread perfect for your holiday dessert table. This recipe by Leah Eskin was originally published in the Chicago Tribune.
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Caramel Apple Gingerbread Cookie Cups
Imagine taking your classic gingerbread cookies and transforming them into a different dessert. These gingerbread cookies are in the form of cups with a tasty caramel apple filling and whipped cream on top.Recipe courtesy of Imperial Sugar
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Gingerbread men are classic Christmas cookies, but if you don't have a gingerbread man cookie cutter, this recipe is perfect. Courtesy of In The Raw brand
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Gingerbread Bars with Cream Cheese Icing
This dessert recipe will be your new favorite snack after dinner. These gingerbread bars have everything you can find in yummy gingerbread with a sweet cream cheese icing spread on top.Recipe courtesy of McCormick
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Gingerbread Pecan Pear Cake with Maple Pecan Caramel
Poached pears and gingerbread come together to create this yummy dessert that the entire family will love this holiday. Enjoy a delicious maple caramel drizzled over the cake and have a scoop of ice cream on the side.Recipe courtesy of American Pecans
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Gingerbread House
Making and decorating gingerbread houses are a classic Christmas activity for all ages. When planning to make houses, set aside a few days for the project. The honey dough needs to rest overnight, and once the pieces are baked, allow them to cool for at least 4 hours. Allow the “mortar” icing to completely dry and harden before decorating. Make sure you have lots of fun candies and trimmings on hand for decorating. We love using pretzels for logs, or wheat cereals for roofs. An upside-down sugar cone makes a perfect Christmas tree decoration, too! Click here for a printable template. Adapted from Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa.
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This dish features layers of spicy gingerbread, vanilla pastry cream, caramelized pears, and a bit of Poire William liqueur. As with most trifle desserts, this is even better on the second day, so plan ahead and take advantage. It also feeds a crowd, making this gingerbread trifle a great party dish. For more recipes, visit Bakepedia.com.
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Gingerbread Cake
If your Christmas tradition is to make gingerbread houses with the kids, then why not upgrade those flat cookies for thick slices of cake? This recipe has everything you love in the classic cookies but in cake form.This recipe is by Leah Eskin and was originally published in the Chicago Tribune.
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