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  • They are a little harder than I'm used to as the ones that come homemade are a bit on the softer side, but the harder texture isn't a problem for me

    • by CirclingCanvas


      While nothing can really come close to homemade ginger cookies, these ginger cookies from Kroger aren’t half bad. They are a little harder than I’m used to as the ones that come homemade are a bit on the softer side, but the harder texture isn’t a problem for me.

      When I bite into the cookie, crumbs tend to fly,

      so I always try to have a paper towel or something on the table when I sit down to have three or four of these cookies.

      Three bites and usually the cookie is gone, but it’s still a pretty decent sized cookie.

      The box that they come in is thirteen ounces, so a box of these usually last close ...

      • to a month or sometimes more and that’s with two people sharing a box.

        As for the flavor of the cookies, there’s some ginger to be tasted in every bite and the cookie itself is slightly sweet.

        These cookies aren’t loaded with ginger, but there’s enough there to satisfy me, pretty much.

        It’s a simple cookie, really, whether it

        comes from the store or from ones own kitchen, with ginger and some sugar being the only prevailing flavors.

        It’s a pleasant little snack cookie that tastes good, but I can only take so many.

        Overall, Kroger did a pretty decent job with these ginger cookies and I buy them throughout the year, so I’m rating this cookie a “8″.

    tzee says :

    I love Kroger Ginger Snap Cookies with real molasses and ginger. It is the molasses that balances out the ginger. Here is a tip for making hard cookies soft. Take two pieces of bread. I use potato bread. You can use white or other. Put the two pieces of bread inside the bag with the ginger snaps. Put one piece on one side and the other piece on the other side. Within 12-24 hours you will have soft cookies. Leave the bread inside the cookie bag until they are finished. Enjoy
    CirclingCanvas replies :

    Thanks for sharing such a tasty tip Never knew that, but now, the next time I want to soften up some cookies, I’m going to give this trick a try
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