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Get Your Gingerbread Fix

Do you need a little inspiration to get in the mood to make your gingerbread house for the holidays? Take some time to test out the gingerbread flavors offered around town. Once you are cozy and warm in the belly with gingerbread treats you'll be ready to make your own gingerbread land -- get to it!

Learn where to get your gingerbread fix around PHX after the jump.

Start your day off with a gingerbread bagel from Chompies or a gingerbread waffle from the Breakfast Joynt or if you're in a hurry run to the drive-thru at Dunkin Donuts and grab a gingerbread donut. Wash all these breakfast treats down with a gingerbread latte from either Starbucks or Xtreme Bean.

Need a quick pick-me-up while running around town getting your holiday shopping done? Here are a few places to pick up some sweet afternoon treats. For gingerbread cookies you have many chooses, try the Chocolate Star Bakery, Paradise Bakery, Honey Moon Sweets, Wicked Bakery & Café or Karl's Bakery where they offer up a gingerbread biscotti cookie.

At the end of your day don't forget to pick up some gingerbread treats to take home to serve after dinner. Hey you've worked hard all day shopping - you can't be expected to make dessert for everyone too! Here are some ideas for after dinner gingerbread goodies. Order a box of gingerbread cupcakes from Butter & Me Cupcakery or gingerbread sponge cake with carmel apple mousse from Honey Moon Sweets.

So many delicious options for gingerbread treats - but remember to get on it, most of these goodies go on sale December 1st but they are gone in the blink of an eye.

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