Deconstructed Gluten Free Oreo Peppermint Cookies

Gluten Free Thin Mint Christmas Cookies

Whether you love Oreos or Thin Mints, you’ll love these gluten free Christmas cookies. I’ve taken my Gluten Free Oreo Cookie Recipe and covered them with a similar creamy white glaze and topped them with finely crushed gluten free candy canes. If desired, dip these delicious cookies in chocolate flavored with mint extract to make Gluten Free Christmas Thin Mints! Happy holidays! ~ Carla Continue reading “Deconstructed Gluten Free Oreo Peppermint Cookies”

Gluten Free Gingerbread Christmas Tree

Gluten Free Gingerbread Cookie Christmas Tree

I’ve never been a fan of gingerbread cookies or houses when I consumed gluten, probably because people like to make them sturdy, which means dry in my book. This recipe is pretty sturdy, but moist inside. I love them. Last year, you couldn’t stop me and my husband from grabbing a piece of the gluten free gingerbread house I made using the same recipe. Delish! However, houses are a lot of work. Why not make a tree instead? If you’re ambitioius, make both! Continue reading “Gluten Free Gingerbread Christmas Tree”

Are Cake Mate & Betty Crocker Decorating Products Gluten Free?

Gluten Free Cake with Decorations

Once you find some wonderful Gluten Free Recipes, you may wish to decorate some of them. Cakes, cupcakes, donuts, and cookies, look more celebratory and inviting with a little color. It is fairly easy to read a label to determine whether or not a decorating product for cakes and cookies contain gluten. However, if you are super-sensitive to gluten you probably wish to avoid any form of cross contact with glutenous products made in the same manufacturing facility. Continue reading “Are Cake Mate & Betty Crocker Decorating Products Gluten Free?”

Melt in Your Mouth Macarons (Egg-Free)

Gluten-Free Egg-Free Macarons That Melt in Your Mouth

Macarons are French egg white cookies, that if made properly will melt in your mouth. While experimenting with the latest egg substitute, canned bean liquid, I used it to make these melt in your mouth macarons. Who knew you could achieve perfection with egg substitute? Meanwhile, I filled mine with some leftover chocolate ganache. You can use a number of fillings from jam to peanut butter and confectioners’ sugar. Enjoy! Continue reading “Melt in Your Mouth Macarons (Egg-Free)”