molasses cookie


  • WordNet 3.6
    • n molasses cookie very spicy cookies sweetened partially with molasses
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In literature:

I'm due at the office right this minute, I'll bet a molasses cooky.
"Good Indian" by B. M. Bower
A part of a slab of bacon, a salt codfish, some cold clam fritters, a few molasses cookies, and half a loaf of bread.
"The Woman-Haters" by Joseph C. Lincoln
He replaced the lamp on the table and from his pockets extracted the end of a loaf of bread, several doughnuts and a half-dozen molasses cookies.
"Thankful's Inheritance" by Joseph C. Lincoln
When she went away she had a fifty-cent piece in one brown fist, and she was eating a molasses cooky.
"Young Lucretia and Other Stories" by Mary E. Wilkins
It's molasses cake and cookies, mostly.
"While Caroline Was Growing" by Josephine Daskam Bacon
Would you like some glasses of milk and molasses cookies?
"The Curlytops and Their Pets" by Howard R. Garis
And I also want some molasses, for I am going to make molasses cookies.
"Jacko and Jumpo Kinkytail" by Howard R. Garis
She made molasses cookies and vinegar taffy for them.
"Boys and Girls of Colonial Days" by Carolyn Sherwin Bailey

In news:

Ginger Molasses Sugar Cookies for a Communal Table.
Gram 's molasses cookies keep memories alive.
Every trip to grandma's, there was one thing I could count on: molasses cookies.
These recipes for molasses cookies and a lasagna are reader favorites.
Gram's molasses cookies keep memories alive.
A crinkle (also spelled krinkle) is an old-fashioned molasses and spice cookie.
Old-fashioned molasses cookies are a holiday staple.
Give molasses cookies a wholesome upgrade with this recipe.
A combo of whole-wheat flour, spices and blackstrap molasses , a natural sweetener rich in iron, produces a soft, chewy cookie laced with ginger and cinnamon.
Molasses cookie ice cream sandwiches.
Food Columnist Judi Leaming finds two reasons to celebrate this week: National Molasses Bar Cookie Day and the founding of the Hershey's Chocolate Company.
But Pavlos' attempts to re-create her great-grandmother Ethel Rickmeyer's Jumbles, or molasses cookies , all failed.
White-dipped molasses cookies are sure to be a hit at your next cookie exchange or tea party.