The atmosphere of Christmas floats at the end of November, and you don’t have time to make breakfast. I remember that I used to like IKEA's gingerbread in particular. The crunchy and thin gingerbread can't stop people. (Of course, it may just be that I can't stop it... I can easily eat anything like this...). I don't know why, ginger-flavored biscuits are special and delicious. As for doing Muffin, the taste is ok, not the most prominent. Extracted from 50 Muffins #6: Gingerbread from foodnetwork, 12 normal-sized muffins. Http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes-and-cooking/50-muffin-recipes/index.html
Mix medium-gluten flour, cocoa powder, ginger powder, soda flour and salt
Put sugar, maple syrup, eggs, milk in the cooking oil, and mix well.
Pour the milk mixture into the heap and just mix well.
Preheat the oven at 350°F, place the paper cup in the baking tray
Batter equal parts 12 parts into a paper cup, bake for about 20 minutes, until the toothpick is inserted and pulled out without batter
Remove and let cool, refrigerate and store