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Gingerbread Stars

  • Time:  min
  • Easy
  • Makes 24
  • Time: 25-30 min
  • Easy
  • Makes 24

December is here but, in my opinion, it’s not really the holidays until you get started on the festive snacks. That’s why today I’ve whipped up a batch of my favourite gingerbread cookies – crunchy, chewy and, most importantly of all, sweet, these are the perfect festive treat!


Gingerbread Stars

  • 300g plain flour
  • 1 tsp of bicarbonate of soda
  • 2.5 tsps of ground ginger
  • 2 tsps of ground cinnamon
  • 115g of soft brown sugar
  • 125g of dairy free butter
  • 3 tbsps of golden syrup
  • 1 flax egg (1 tbsp of ground flax & 3 tbsp water)

How to make Gingerbread Stars

1. Start by preheating your oven to 180oC, then line a baking tray with some grease proof paper.

2. Combine your dairy free butter and sugar, mixing well until light and fluffy.

3. Once combined, stir your syrup and flax egg into the butter and sugar.

4. Next, sieve your flour, bicarbonate of soda and spices into the mixture, stirring well until a dough has formed.

5.Turn your dough onto a lightly floured surface and roll out into a relatively thin rectangle.

6. Using a star shaped cookie cutter, cut out your gingerbread biscuits, this mixture will yield around 24 star cookies.

7. Place the cookies in the oven for around 12 minutes, they should be golden brown and still slightly soft as they'll firm as they cool.

8. Whilst the cookies bake, make your icing sugar drizzle by mixing the icing sugar with 2 tbsps of water.

9. Once the cookies have baked, move to a cooling rack and allow to cool before drizzling with icing. Then you're ready to enjoy the festivities, with some gingerbread in one hand and a cuppa in the other!

I hope you give these delicious gingerbread stars a try! And if you do, be sure to tag the picture #AvogelRecipes on Instagram so we can see it :)

This recipe is full of goodness

  • Soothing for the gastrointestinal tract
  • Naturally anti-inflammatory
  • Rich in potassium and vitamin C

Ginger has been used for centuries in traditional medicine although today it is best known for adding flavour to vibrant dishes! Rich in anti-inflammatory properties, ginger can help to soothe the digestive tract, reducing symptoms such as nausea and other forms of irritation. It can also help to support the immune system, containing a decent amount of potassium and vitamin C!

About Ciara

Ciara is an avid food and fitness blogger who loves to share fitness tips, cruelty-free lifestyle advice and an abundance of delicious and easy-to-make plant-based recipes on her blog Ciara's Corner. Since going vegan a few years ago, food has become her biggest passion in life.

You can follow her on Instagram or Twitter.

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