Spelt Ginger Molasses Cookies

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It isn't Christmas without some soft and chewy ginger molasses cookies. Seriously, those sublimely chewy, soft ginger molasses cookies, adapted from Pam at For the Love of Cooking, are the epitome of “Christmas” for me. The original recipe was perfectly lovely, but I wanted to use up the flours in my pantry, so I have tweaked a bit by using a mix of dark rye and white spelt flour instead of plain flour. Enjoy them with a big glass of cold milk or give away as holiday gifts.

  • 100 g Dark rye flour
  • 200 g White spelt flour
  • 1 tsp Baking soda
  • 2 tsp Cinnamon powder
  • 1 tbsp Ginger powder
  • 1 tsp Cloves powder
  • 1/2 tsp Nutmeg powder
  • 1/4 tsp Salt
  • 200 g Brown sugar
  • 60 ml Sunflower oil
  • 110 g Molasses
  • 1 Large egg
  • 2 tbsp Crystallized ginger, chopped
  • 1/3 cup Granulated sugar for coating
  1. In a mixing bowl, add in the rye flour, spelt flour, baking soda, spices and salt. Mix thoroughly.
  2. Beat brown sugar, oil and molasses until well combined. Add in egg and beat for a minute, scraping down the sides of the bowl as needed.
  3. Stir the flour mixture to the molasses mixture until just combined. Add in chopped crystallized ginger and mix. Preheat the oven to 180C/350F.
  4. Roll the mixture into 13/4-inch balls, then roll with white granulated sugar and place them on the parchment-lined baking sheets. Bake the cookies, one sheet at a time, on the upper rack for about 13 minutes. Remove and cool for 5 minutes before transferring them to wire rack to cool completely.



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57 comments:

Anne ~ Uni Homemaker 20/12/13 19:10

These look amazing Angie! I love ginger and molasses. You made these so perfect too. Love it! Have a wonderful weekend my friend. :)

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lena 20/12/13 19:18

hi angie, this sounds like another wonderful spiced cookies you made! love the crinkles on the cookies and your photos too!

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Tina @ Tinas Chic Corner 20/12/13 19:20

These ginger cookies look so pretty and they are definitely perfect this time of the year. I agree..it's a must have cookie to complete my holidays. :)

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Anonymous 20/12/13 19:23

they look beautiful,and are healthy.i willmake them and instant of molassa I will add petimezi thank you.fotini

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Rosa's Yummy Yums 20/12/13 19:25

Very pretty! Those a perfect-looking cookies nad I bet they taste divine.

Cheers,

Rosa

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Pam 20/12/13 19:29

I love ginger cookies - they look delicious! Thanks for the shout out! :)

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Suja Md 20/12/13 20:28

looks fantastic...love to see the perfect crackles dear!!

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Ashley @ Wishes and Dishes 20/12/13 20:47

This is gonna sound weird but I bought molasses a couple of months ago and completely forgot what I intended to do with it! LOL i had a recipe in mind, but it slipped my mind. Now I know what to make with it! :)

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Chris Scheuer 20/12/13 22:44

These look just spectacular Angie. I love cookies like this with big deep cracks and chewy interiors, yum!

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Cheap Ethnic Eatz 20/12/13 22:44

This is holiday flavor in a cookie! So pretty and love the crackle look too. My glass of milk is ready!

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Abbe@This is How I Cook 20/12/13 23:09

I love ginger cookies. I bet the combo of flours tastes great, too! Happy holidays, Angie!

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Gina 20/12/13 23:23

I love crackled ginger cookies and these look absolutely perfect! Interesting combination of flours. I just want to pour a glass of milk and feast on these beauties. . .
G

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Rosita Vargas 21/12/13 01:19

Muy bonitas y exquisitas tus galletas me encantan para Navidad,abrazos.

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Erica 21/12/13 01:40

These look so delicious!Happy holidays, Angie!

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Jasna Varcakovic 21/12/13 03:40

Pretty to look at them, eat them or give as present!

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Liz Berg 21/12/13 03:55

It wouldn't be Christmas without molasses cookies! And yours are picture perfect, Angie!

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Lite Home Bake 21/12/13 04:00

Yes, i totally agree with you that it aint xmas without some ginger cookies, and it can't be better with a healthier version! And yours look so delicious! Blessed Christmas to you and your family!

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Catherine 21/12/13 05:30

Dear Angie, A perfect cookie for Christmas. These would make a lovely gift. Blessings dear. Catherine xo

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kumars kitchen 21/12/13 06:59

the wonderful aroma of spices as these delicious cookies bake is one of the many reasons we love making a huge batch of these at home....and with spelt flour it is a must try,thanks so much for the inspiration :-)

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sprinklesandsauce 21/12/13 07:06

These cookies are simply loaded with much goodness!

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Mich PieceofCake 21/12/13 10:47

I love these cookies made of molasses. I find that molasses add a special flavour to bakes and its great too because of the nutrition. Wishing you a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year, Angie!

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Barbara 21/12/13 12:25

I'd love these with some pumpkin ice cream in the middle!

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Monica 21/12/13 13:31

Love these soft, crackly ginger cookies. It really isn't Christmas without a little gingerbread spice in the mix!

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Ann Low 21/12/13 14:07

These cookies sound so perfect with ginger and molasses. Can you send me some for the coming Christmas? :D

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Debra Eliotseats 21/12/13 14:29

You are so right. It just isn't Christmas without a good ginger cookie. This is a perfect recipe for the holidays! Blessings to you and yours!

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Elzbieta Hester 21/12/13 14:39

I bet these things taste fantastic. They cracked perfectly, congratulations! :) ela

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Paula @ Vintage Kitchen Notes 21/12/13 15:01

Adding spelt flour is a brilliant idea Angie! Can't have christmas without molasses cookies!

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Barbara Bakes 21/12/13 15:36

Your pictures just keep getting better and better. The clarity in these pictures is amazing. The cookies sound pretty amazing too.

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Fimère 21/12/13 17:11

ils sont parfaits bien épicés j'aime beaucoup
joyeux noêl

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Gloria Baker 21/12/13 17:59

amazing and delicious dear Angie:))

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Nammi 21/12/13 18:00

wish I could put my hand through the screen and grab one :). hope you have a Merry Christmas and a happy new year

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My Inner Chick 21/12/13 18:11

Simply, utterly, gorgeously delectable.

The scent of Christmas.

I smell the scent of those gems all the way over here.

WOW. xx

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Hamaree Rasoi 21/12/13 18:54

Simply amazing and delicious looking cookies setting the mood for the Christmas season. Excellent pics as well.
Deepa

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Cathleen 21/12/13 23:01

Your cookies look fabulous! I have always wanted to try using spelt flour.

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Alida 22/12/13 00:43

These look so good Angie! They would be great on the Christmas table to be served with coffee.
They must taste divine too! Have a fab Xmas Angie! XX

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Cooking Rookie 22/12/13 07:29

Love the cookies, love the pics, love the presentation :-)

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Sanjeeta kk 22/12/13 11:34

Awee..love those crispy cracked ginger cookies! Beautiful clicks Angie. Festive greetings to you and your family.

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Asha Shivakumar 22/12/13 22:25

The molasses in the cookies sounds very good. Your cookies are so perfect looking, what a great treat and gift idea. HAVE A GREAT CHRISTMAS girl!!

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Elisabeth Foodandthrift 22/12/13 22:25

Surprised to find spelt flour and rye flour in our local favorite grocery supermarket...will be stocking up on both; would love to try out these yummy cookies...even have crystallized ginger on hand!

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Ashley 22/12/13 23:11

Oh I love soft and chewy ginger cookies! These sound amazing with the molasses - so perfect for the holidays!

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Pamela @ Brooklyn Farm Girl 22/12/13 23:21

These cookies look so soft and delicious, super yum! Have a great holiday!

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Daniela Grimburg 23/12/13 00:26

Ginger and molasse?
I'm in :)
These cookies look delightful, Angie, thanks for sharing!

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 23/12/13 01:36

I am a sucker for all ginger cookies and these look chewy and delicious! Perfect for the holidays,

Merry Christmas to you, Angie!

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mjskit 23/12/13 04:04

WOW! I'll take 2 dozen please ! Since I don't have a problem with gluten, I would probably choose to make these over the gluten-free even though they both look delicious!

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Joanne 23/12/13 13:22

I'm always amazed by what you do with alternative flours!! THese look so chewy delicious!

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Cailee Joy 23/12/13 15:14

These look so tasty!! THese really are some of the best Christmas cookies!! I love molasses :) Thanks for sharing and I hope that you have a lovely Christmas!

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Michael Toa 23/12/13 15:48

I'd be so happy to receive these beautiful cookies as a gift. The scent and taste of warm ginger and the bitter sweetness of molasses, and all the spices are perfect. Merry Christmas to you! Have a wonderful day...

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Beth 23/12/13 19:08

Nothing beats ginger molasses cookies. A perfect Christmas treat!

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Reeni Pisano 24/12/13 03:40

I want to keep these all for myself Angie! They look AMAZING! Merry Christmas!

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Nisa Homey 24/12/13 14:28

They are so healthy and looks so festive!! Have a wonderful Christmas!!

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AL TAN 26/12/13 10:20

Awesome cookie recipe. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

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Hema 27/12/13 06:55

Delicious cookies, perfect for the season..

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eatgood4life.blogspot.com 29/12/13 03:51

I have not had a chance to make ginger molasses cookies this Christmas but I sure will when I get back home. I got crystallized ginger already so I will be putting to use shortly :-)

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Lora 30/12/13 01:16

Three of my favorite ingredients. A trifecta of fabulous flavor. LOVE.

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sophiesfoodiefiles 30/12/13 11:15

I just happen to have bought for the very 1st time molasses & didn't know what to do with it! Thanks for this lovely recipe for me to try out!!! :) MMMMMM!!!

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Helene Dsouza 30/12/13 14:24

I have heard so much about ginger molasses this year and everybody is branding it as their favorite cookie, so I think so I ll be jumping on the bandwagon and try my luck in making them. Thanks for sharing the recipe Angie :)

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Shirley 6/1/14 06:08

I love ginger molasses cookies! But I've never had one made with spelt, and I'm going to have to try. I like their crackly tops.

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