These uncomplicated cookies have comfort written all over them. To dress them up for Christmas, frost a third of each cookie with Confectioners’ Frosting (page 43) and sprinkle with crushed candy canes or sanding sugar. Alternatively, dust colored sprinkles over warm cookies.
What could be more welcome at a holiday cookie swap than ever-popular chocolate chip cookies? Dress them up by frosting with white or dark chocolate.
Imagine your gluten-free Christmas cookies as a blank canvas and unleash your inner artist! Color your icing in festive shades. Dip your cookies in melted dark or white chocolate. Garnish them with crushed peppermint candy. Dust them with brightly hued sprinkles and sanding sugars. These decorating tips, along with just a little creativity, will turn your cookies into showstoppers.
Bring life to each reindeer, snowflake and holiday bell with colorful decorating on these gluten free roll-out sugar cookies.
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This simple gluten-free royal icing, which can easily be colored, is perfect for decorating gluten-free cookies.
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By adding cocoa to the classic cookie dough recipe, you can create chocolate-y stars, snowmen and snowflakes or whatever you fancy.
The molasses lends moisture while the spices add warm notes to these gluten free spice roll-out cookies.
Make a large batch of this gluten-free cookie flour blend. You’ll be using it often if you bake a lot of holiday cookies.