Grandma Moog's Gingersnap Cookies These are the best gingersnaps ever. In an airtight container, gingersnaps are crispy—left out, they’re chewy. Try some both ways. Gingersnaps are also the best dunking cookies. Kids love to help make them- rolling the dense, fragrant dough into balls, coating them in sugar, and then watching the cookies magically flatten out during baking. It’s almost as much fun as eating them. A very traditional (and easy) recipe from the twins and Lucas’s “cookie grandma.” 2 Cups flour 2 tsp. baking soda 1/4 tsp. salt 3/4 Cup vegetable shortening 1 Cup sugar 1 large egg 1/4 Cup molasses 1 tsp. GINGER, powdered 1 tsp. CINNAMON, powdered 1/2 tsp. CLOVES, powdered 1/3 Cup granulated sugar (to roll dough in)

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