“This post is sponsored by Ghirardelli but all thoughts and opinions are my own.”
The holiday season is finally here and I’m so excited! This is my favorite season for so many reasons with the main one being making fun and delicious holiday treats for family and friends. I absolutely love getting in the kitchen and making different treats for everyone and it’s so much fun when my daughter helps me.
One of the easiest holiday treats that I enjoy making are these delicious Holiday Dipped Ginger Cookies. What I love about this treat is that you can use any type of cookie you like, whether they’re store bought or home made they’ll both be delicious because Ghirardelli’s White Melting Wafers give them a delicious added flavor and beautiful coating.
I purchased these from my local Sams Club and the instructions are extremely easy to follow. I love that there is no need for tempering when using these Wafers. You simply melt the wafers, dip your treats, decorate and enjoy!
The Ghirardelli Melting Wafers from Sams Club are the only Wafers I use for dipped treats because they consistently give our treats a smooth finish, glossy shine and everything comes out perfect & delicious every time. I also love the size of the bag that I get from Sams Club. We make lots of dipped goodies during the holiday season and having a larger bag of wafers on hand is perfect.
Making these are the perfect family activity. I had the best time making these with my daughter and she has already requested that we make these as gifts for her teachers holiday gift baskets.
Holiday Dipped Ginger Cookies
- Gingersnap Cookies
- Ghirardelli White Melting Wafers
- Holiday Sprinkles
- Melt the wafers according to the instructions on the package.
- Dip cookies one at a time and place on a baking rack.
- Decorate cookies with your holiday sprinkles and let the wafers set.
Talya Stone says
Oh wow these look so cute and adorable. Going to pin these for later so I can make with my daughter.
Zoe Garden says
Oh my goodness, I want these so bad they look delicious! Saving this for sure.
Zoe Garden says
Oh my goodness, I want these so bad they look delicious! Saving this for sure <3
Cristina S Petrini says
In addition to being delicious cookies, decorated like this they must be even better
Eileen M Loya says
These cookies look so cute and for sure they taste fantastic too. I am saving the recipe and making these yummy treats soon.
Manali Oza says
They look so yummy, Thanks for sharing!
Beth Pierce says
These cookies look really good. I can’t wait to make them myself!
Decorating cookies like is this is so creative. I loved it!
Amy Liu Dong says
To be honest, such an amazing and unique cookie recipe you’ve produced here. The texture and the different dip designs make it more delicious and enticing. Hope to make this on my next baking session with the family.
These look SO yummy! Adding them to my list of cookies to bake this season!
Elise Ho says
Oh goodness. These look amazing and fairly easy too.
Thena Franssen says
Wow! This looks super good. Think I’ll be adding these to my holiday dinner menu this year.
Ntensibe Edgar says
Goodness! These turned out very very pretty and they are so easy to make. Thank you for sharing your recipe of them.
Kamree Price-Gale says
Okay, Ashley! These look unreal! We have a family member with Celiac disease in our home, do you have any suggestions on how to make them gluten-free? I wonder how they would turn out with tapioca flour?
These look so good! I’m definitely going to try them!
Simply amazing! I made these for a cookie exchange recently, and they were a huge hit.