These cookies have all of the spice and molasses flavor of my grandmother’s famous gingersnaps, but with the extra snap and crunch of biscotti.
They’re perfect for dunking in coffee, hot cider, and even hot cocoa. Which means they’re practically breakfast food, right? Right? I may have eaten a few for breakfast the other day and I’m not even sorry about it.
If you think you’re not a biscotti fan because you got burned by one that broke a tooth, give these a try. Their crunch is fun and harmless, and the flavor is fabulous.
These cookies were developed in partnership with my friends over at Go Bold with Butter. To view the recipe for these gingersnap biscotti with white chocolate drizzle, click here. You can find many more holiday cookie recipes by visiting my Go Bold with Butter blogger profile.
And because you can really never have too many cookies this time of year…
A cookie exchange!
This post is part of a cookie exchange with a few blogging buddies. If you’re still unsure what to bring to your holiday cookie swap, look no further!
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If you want even more cookie inspiration, check out Go Bold with Butter’s free Holiday Cookie E-book.
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