These colorful gluten free oatmeal cranberry cookies are as delicious as they are pretty. Dip cooled cookies into melted white or dark chocolate for a decadent treat. Baked cookies can be frozen up to 3 months.
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.
This gluten-free shortbread dough can be rolled out immediately after mixing! It takes color dyes very well, a plus for Christmas and Halloween cookies. Store cookies in an airtight container for up to a week. They freeze well.
Bring life to each reindeer, snowflake and holiday bell with colorful decorating on these gluten free roll-out sugar cookies.
This delicate, tender gluten free coffee cake is a holiday classic. It uses just two flours—oat and rice. Cinnamon crumbs, layered throughout, deliver comforting flavor and a homey, festive aroma when baked.
This festive mixture of sweet and sour fruit might become a new breakfast favorite. Make this berry compote a day ahead and chill, so the compote sets up. It makes a delicious and colorful side, as well as a fruity topping for waffles.
For this GF pie crust recipe, use an all-purpose flour blend that contains xanthan gum.
These fun gluten free spritz cookies are synonymous with the season. The pliable dough makes lovely shapes that you can decorate before or after baking. In German, spritzen means “to squirt,” which is exactly how you make these cookies. This recipe can be made with egg replacement; see instructions below.
This simple gluten-free royal icing, which can easily be colored, is perfect for decorating gluten-free cookies.