25 Holiday Gingerbread Treats You Need To Make This Month

Gingerbread is one of my family’s very favorite holiday treats. We like it in any way, shape, or form. There is just something warm and comforting about the spices and molasses. Naturally, I tend to look for more gingerbread treats to make during the holidays. I could honestly add molasses and ginger to just about everything and call it good. And that’s just what these 25 gingerbread treats do. Friends, you need to make these today, tomorrow, all month even. Take a look and see which ones catch your eye the most. Me? I think I’ll take one of each.

1. Gingerbread Marshmallows

Homemade marshmallows are one of my favorite treats. Joy takes these to the next level by spicing them up, dipping them in chocolate, and sprinkling them with gingersnap crumbs.

(via Joy the Baker)

2. Gingerbread Granola

Hands down the best granola ever. Best made in double batches. This granola is loaded with spices, coconut, pecans and the best part? Diced candied ginger. Like I said — double batches.

(via A Southern Fairytale)

3. Gingerbread Ice Cream

If you love gingerbread, but are looking for a new way to enjoy those spicy, molasses-y flavors, I implore you to try this ice cream. It has a rich, complex gingery flavor from both fresh and dried ground ginger, as well as a good dose or molasses.

(via Tracey’s Culinary Adventures)

4. Gingerbread Cupcakes with Marshmallow Frosting and Pomegranate Molasses

These perfectly gingerbread-spiced cupcakes were made to be topped with billowy, marshmallow frosting. Pomegranate caramel adds a sweet and tangy layer of flavor.

(via Blogging Over Thyme)

5. Chewy Chocolate Gingerbread Cookies

If you have gluten-free and/or vegan friends on your goodie list, make a few batches of these soft, chewy cookies. The dark chocolate chips are a perfect match with the spices. And p.s. even your non-vegan and non-GF friends will love them too.

(via Café Johnsonia)

6. Pumpkin Gingerbread Trifle

It’s not Christmas at our house without a trifle. I love the layers of cream and pumpkin pudding between layers of dark gingerbread cake.

(via Brown Eyed Baker)

7. Gingerbread Pie

The flavors and spices of gingerbread come together in this rich, dark custard pie topped with marshmallow meringue.

(via Sprinkle Bakes)

8. Chewy Gingerbread Bars

Imagine the flavors of gingerbread with the texture of a thick, chewy brownie and you’ll understand why these bars are so special.

(via Café Johnsonia)

9. Gingerbread Hot Cocoa

Hot cocoa gets a warm gingerbread twist. Definitely something that you’ll want to be sipping while you’re watching It’s a Wonderful Life for the tenth time.

(via Lovin’ the Oven)

10. Apple Pie with Gingerbread Crust

This is one of the most creative ways I’ve seen to incorporate gingerbread in a new way. The gingerbread crust houses a sweet, spiced apple filling.

(via Jane’s Adventures in Dinner)

11. Gingerbread Caramels

Buttery and sweet homemade gingerbread caramels would make a perfect gift for anyone on your list.

(via Good Life Eats)

12. Caramel Apple Gingerbread Upside Down Cake

Another favorite recipe from my kitchen, gingerbread upside down cake is a revelation! It turns almost pudding-like as it cooks with the apples.

(via Café Johnsonia)

13. White Chocolate Kissed Gingerbread Cookies

How darling are these thumbprint cookies? I love the combination of gingerbread, white and milk chocolate. What a perfect little cookie!

(via Barbara Bakes)

14. Gingerbread Waffle Recipe

Waffles are one of our favorite breakfasts. These are made with almond and brown rice flours along with warm spices. They are perfect served with a smattering of pear butter.

(via The Vintage Mixer)

15. Gingerbread Oreo Blondies

If you have any cookie exchanges to go to this year, a plate of Gingerbread Oreo Blondies is sure to be a hit.

(via Two Peas and Their Pod)

16. Homemade Gingerbread Spice Latte

Take your morning coffee to the next level by turning it into a creamy gingerbread spice latte. (You might never go back.)

(via Chocolate Covered Katie)

17. Whole Wheat Oat Gingerbread Pumpkin Pancakes

Spice up your breakfast with the flavors of gingerbread and pumpkin mixed into a healthy, whole grain stack of pancakes.

(via Cookin’ Canuck)

18. Persimmon Gingerbread Loaf

Persimmon season comes and goes quickly. Make the most of it by making a lovely gingerbread cake to perfectly compliment their sweetness.

(via The Vintage Mixer)

19. Gingerbread White Chocolate Blondies

Mmm … gingerbread blondies loaded with white chocolate chunks and diced candied ginger. Perfect for dunking in milk. (Hint: Santa wants a plate of these.)

(via Bless This Mess)

20. No Knead Gingerbread Bagels

Bagels + gingerbread = what you want for breakfast. These soft, chewy homemade bagels will see you through the chilly mornings and holiday shopping. Did I mention they are no-knead?

(via Bakeaholic Mama)

21. Gingerbread French Toast with Gingerbread Butter

Get a double hit of gingerbread flavor with this fantastic recipe for gingerbread French toast topped with gingerbread butter. You needed a Christmas morning breakfast idea, and here it is.

(via Created By Diane)

22. Gingerbread Biscotti

Biscotti, the twice-baked favorite cookie to many, just got gingery. And yes, that’s a white chocolate drizzle on top. Now you just need your cup of coffee and you’re all set.

(via That Skinny Chick Can Bake)

23. Gingerbread Spiced Eggless Eggnog

I love me a cup of holiday eggnog. This one is an easy egg-free version that perfectly combines ginger, cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg and cardamom with the deep flavor of molasses. Bonus – you can make it in about 5 minutes.

(via Café Johnsonia)

24. Glazed Gingerbread Bakes Donuts

If you like donuts and you like gingerbread, these donuts are for you! They are baked, not fried, which means they are even easier to whip up for a quick breakfast or snack.

(via Taste and Tell)

25. Stuffed French Toast with Gingerbread Praline Sauce

Last, but definitely not least, we have stuffed French toast. With praline sauce. Can you even handle it?! The French toast is stuffed with cardamom cream cheese, which by itself is a big WOW. But drizzling it with gingerbread praline sauce takes it from wow to “get in my mouth now.”

(via Food for My Family)

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