While making these gluten free butter cookies, I accidentally browned them a bit too much. I had to think of how to hide my error, and this was my solution. They turned out so delicious, I couldn’t wait to make more. They’re similar to my Gluten Free Girl Scout Samoa Cookies, but they’re sandwich cookies instead, which balances out the sweetness. I also enjoyed the caramel filling more in this recipe. Continue reading “Gluten Free Butter Cookies with Chocolate Coating and Caramel Filling”
Who said cookie baking had to only include cookies? Decorating these gluten-like homemade graham crackers works well, too. Learn how to make delicious, crunchy, gluten-like, gluten free graham crackers, as well as how to decorate them for the holidays without being an artist. Make various shapes and designs. Continue reading “Gluten Free Christmas Graham Crackers (Snowflakes and More)”
I was going to make some gluten free nutter butter cookies when my husband suggested adding chocolate chips. Instead, I created a new cookie recipe specifically for gluten free peanut butter chocolate chip cookies. You’ll enjoy these cookies as they have a slight crunch on the bottom yet they’re soft.
I’ve loaded them with chocolate chips, but feel free to reduce the amount as desired. I will include these cookies when I make my Christmas cookie gift tins, even for the gluten eaters! This recipe makes a large batch, but you can cut in half easily enough. Continue reading “Gluten Free Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies”
Don’t waste your time making dry gluten free Halloween cookies that only look good. Instead, make this delicious gluten free severed finger cookies recipe. They are between sugar and shortbread cookies. So yummy, yet gory! Every adult I shared these cookies with loved the way they looked and tasted! One gluten-eating person who hadn’t even tasted them (but is familiar with my recipes) offered to pay me to bake and ship some for her. I can’t charge my sister, right? (smile) Continue reading “Gluten Free Severed Finger Cookies – Witches Fingers”
Making gluten free moon pies is so much fun! I began by using a double recipe of my raved about gluten free graham cracker recipe, added a bit of optional turmeric for a brighter color, and made them double the thickness. Adding my marshmallow fluff recipe and dipping in your favorite chocolate makes these gluten free moon pies a true treasure. Continue reading “Gluten Free Moon Pies”
The word polvo, in Spanish, means powder or dust. These gluten free polvorones, aka Mexican wedding cookies, Spanish polvorones, or walnut shortbread cookies, are not dust. However, powder or dust is a resemblance of what its crumbly texture leaves behind. The delicate texture is created by its lack of egg. Real shortbread made by master chefs are just as delicate. Learn how to make exquisite gluten free polvorones. Continue reading “Gluten Free Polvorones (Shortbread Walnut Cookies) aka Mexican Wedding Cookies”
This recipe for gluten free St. Patrick’s Day cookies is incredible! They’re in between a shortbread and sugar cookie. Shortbread cookies contain more butter than sugar cookies which makes them a bit softer and richer. Everyone loves these cookies. Adding a little green or Irish theme makes them that more special.
Also, be sure to read my article on Gluten Free Food Coloring at the below link. If you’re dairy-free, be sure to see my suggestions on how to make gluten free cookies to your liking using Earth Balance in the Cut-Out Cookie recipe. In addition, I have added a substitute for gluten-free meringue powder in my Royal Icing recipe. Enjoy your St. Patrick’s Day and be safe! Continue reading “Gluten Free St. Patrick’s Day Cookies”
This gluten free peanut butter cookie recipe contains whole grains, oats, superseeds, and inulin for plenty of fiber. No gums such as xanthan or guar are used at all. These chewy delights are lightly sweetened with sugar, but supplemented with natural sugar substitutes, making for a healthier cookie. Continue reading “Chewy Gluten Free Peanut Butter Oat Cookies with Superseeds & Grains”
I love these gluten free shortbread cookies. They’re a tad different as they have a bit of an Italian flare. They are also firmer than traditional shortbread, which breaks apart easily. I’m sure you’ll love them as even gluten-eaters do. If you prefer a traditional version, I’ve included a recipe for those as well. Continue reading “Gluten Free Valentine’s Day Cookies”
Even on a diet, I don’t deny myself goodies. Just one of these delicious shortbread cookies can go a long way. Shortbread cookies are made to almost fall apart when you bite into them. However, I like them a little firmer than that. I think these are just perfect. The jam is just icing on the cake*! No. It’s jam on the cookie! Continue reading “Gluten Free Shortbread Thumbprint Cookies”