Gluten Free Hermit Biscotti (or Traditional Hermits)

Gluten Free Hermit (Molasses Spiced) Biscotti

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Italy meets New England! Biscotti are Italian cookies. Biscotti means “twice baked”. This recipe is a spinoff from the New England classics, hermit cookies or hermit bars (spiced molasses cookies/bars) baked like biscotti. These gluten free hermit biscotti are perfect for dipping or crunching. Just “cut the sweet with heat” by adding plenty of ginger along with cinnamon, nutmeg, and cloves and you get an amazing fall flavor. Continue reading “Gluten Free Hermit Biscotti (or Traditional Hermits)”

Gluten Free Ginger Snaps Recipe

Crisp Gluten Free Ginger Snaps - Gingersnaps

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Looking for a gluten free ginger snaps recipe where you can actually hear the snap when breaking the cookies in two? Look no further. Preparing for the holidays, this gluten free ginger snaps recipe was high on my list to create because I want to make a ginger snap pie crust as well as eat them plain. So, I needed a really crunchy, crisp cookie. I’m so pleased with this recipe! They’re super flavorful too. You can even bump up the heat if desired. Continue reading “Gluten Free Ginger Snaps Recipe”

Gluten Free Chinese Almond Cookies – Almond Wafers

Gluten Free Chinese Almond Cookies - Almond Wafers

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These gluten free Chinese almond cookies are not only perfect for Chinese New Year but everyday treats. They are tender yet have a nice crisp bottom as well as edges. Similar to Gluten Free Vanilla Wafers but lighter and more buttery, these cookies can be used as a treat, in parfaits, or as no-bake pie crusts (when crushed and combined with melted butter). These round cookies represent coins, which are said to bring good fortune. Continue reading “Gluten Free Chinese Almond Cookies – Almond Wafers”

Gluten Free Animal Crackers (No Added Starch)

Gluten Free Animal Crackers or Stars

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Without the use of added starch like tapioca, potato, corn, arrowroot, and the like, you can make these lightly sweetened gluten free animal crackers for the special little one in your life. These lightly crisp crackers are free of gluten, dairy, egg white, vinegar, nuts, potato, corn, soy, yeast, and much more. I made these crackers for my youngest granddaughter. Any toddler would enjoy them. A low-sodium alternative to baking soda is included. Continue reading “Gluten Free Animal Crackers (No Added Starch)”

Tate’s Gluten Free Chocolate Chip Cookies Copycat Recipe (Dairy-Free Options)

Tate's Gluten Free Chocolate Chip Cookies Copycats

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I had a member email me requesting a copycat recipe for Tate’s Chocolate Chip Cookies. Not until I made them did I discover that there are actually Tate’s Gluten Free Chocolate Chip Cookies on the market. Tate’s cookies are extremely popular in the South Hamptons and are sold at the Tate’s Bake Shop, well known from coast to coast. I’ve never tasted them, but these cookies are crisp on the bottom and around the edges and buttery inside. I hope you enjoy them. Barb, I hope your grandson enjoys these just as much! Continue reading “Tate’s Gluten Free Chocolate Chip Cookies Copycat Recipe (Dairy-Free Options)”

Gluten Free Piped Shortbread Cookies and Danish Butter Cookies

Gluten Free Piped Shortbread Cookies Dipped in Chocolate

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After years of perfecting this recipe for gluten free piped shortbread cookies, it is ready for publishing and consumption! Pipe them into circles or logs; dip them in chocolate or not; or dip them in both white and dark chocolate for a black and white version. I include very important tips that ensure that you have success with this recipe. These gluten free piped shortbread cookies are good any time of the year.  Continue reading “Gluten Free Piped Shortbread Cookies and Danish Butter Cookies”

Gluten Free St. Patrick’s Day Cookies (with Dairy Free Options)

Gluten Free St. Patrick's Day Cookies (Gingerbread, Crunchy Chocolate, or Buttery Cut-Out)

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You can make one of my favorite gluten free cookie recipes for St. Patrick’s Day and cut them into your desired shapes. They don’t have to be cut into clovers if you don’t have a clover cookie cutter. Any shape will do. How you decorate can turn them into a festive treat. Choose from gingerbread (shown), buttery cut-out, or crunchy chocolate cookie recipes. I like the idea of gingerbread cookies for the “ginger” (red-head) in your life for St. Patrick’s Day or for anyone! Continue reading “Gluten Free St. Patrick’s Day Cookies (with Dairy Free Options)”