I have a hard time referring to these cookies as “snaps.” They don’t snap. In fact, they are
deliciously chewy and quite possibly the best gingerbread cookie out there for that very reason. And they stay soft for more than a day which, if you ask me, is a feat not many cookies can accomplish.
It’s still blustery out there (I have no right saying that. It's in the 40s here, which would probably feel like the Caribbean at this point to most of the rest of the country), so these sweet, spicy little buggers are still totally acceptable to nosh on.
If you’re wondering if this is worth buying molasses for, I would reply with a resounding “yes!” Plus, molasses lasts for, like, ever (“ever” to me being 6-8 months. Which could explain my issues with commitment. Hm.).
Chewy, Sugared Gingerbread Cookies. Oh, With White Chocolate. Why not?
makes about 2 dozen, adapted from Two Peas and Their Pod