You can BAKE IT for the holidays
These Gingerbread Men are mixture of spicy and sweet.
Your kids can help stir the dough up.
Canola Tip: When baking with sticky ingredients lightly coat your measuring cup with canola oil and your molasses will slide right out!
The perfect addition to your holiday baking repertoire. Remember the dough will need to chill for a minimum of 1.5 hours. These brownie like cookies are made with melted chocolate for an extra fudge-like texture. Baking with canola oil ensures moist results.
Canola Tip: When baking a recipe that calls for vegetable oil, use canola oil.
Shortbread or technically shortcake, because we used a vegetable fat, originated in Scotland and has become a holiday staple in many homes. This firm biscuit holds its shape after cooling and is easy to dress up with a chocolate drizzle and pretty packaging.
Canola Tip: When melting chocolate add 1-2 tsp of canola oil before melting to keep it smooth and easy to dip or drizzle!
You can MAKE IT with friends
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You can read and see a beautiful and funny re-cap of the event over at The Hungry Gnome. Thanks for joining us Chanry!
You can win it and GIVE IT for the holidays