I have always been fascinated by the traditions and customs of different countries. I’ve often noticed that the style of gingerbread (generally treats made with molasses, honey, ginger, cinnamon, cloves and oranges) seemed a common theme in Christmas baking around the world.

Here’s a peek at some of the different ways we are baking gingerbread from Sweden to Mexico. No matter which way you bake it, it smells like Gingerbread, or Peperkoek, or Turta Dulce, or Pryaniki, or Brunkager, or Piparkukas, or Pain d’espices, or Piparkakut, or Biscotti, or Biberli, or Parkin, or Pepperkaker, or Pierniczki

I know. Now, I’m hungry for gingerbread, too.

Read more about the history of gingerbread at PBS.


Susumelle


Mostaccioli


Pepparkakor


Parkin

Photo credit: theredheadbaker.com 1824 english gingerbread
1824 English Gingerbread

Marranitos


Speculaas


Lebkuchen


More Gingerbread…

Likes, Shares and Comments are free. Have an amazing day.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

%d bloggers like this: