Gluten free cookies

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  1. 3pletprincesses

    3pletprincesses DIS Veteran

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    Does anyone have a gluten free cookies recipe? I have to make cookies for my daughters class but they have to be gluten free due to allergies. Does anyone have a good recipe they would like to share?

    Thank you do much for your help!
     
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  3. mumto2

    mumto2 Mouseketeer

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    Immaculate Baking Company has a gluten-free fudge cookie in the refrigerated dough section that is wonderful! I try to make homemade whenever possible, but IBC is a great substitute in a pinch. They use natural ingredients in all their products.
     
  4. 3pletprincesses

    3pletprincesses DIS Veteran

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    Oh thank you! I'll go check that out.

    If someone has a recipe, let me know. I need to make them for the 16th so have a bit of time to make them.
     
  5. aprilchem

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    Can you do Rice Krispie treats? You can buy gf Rice Krispies in the regular grocery store.
     
  6. 3pletprincesses

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    No they are not an option because of other food allergies :headache: Food allergies are such a headache now a days. It seems like more and more little kiddos have allergies and no one knows why. I feel bad for them.
     
  7. maddiebee

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    I've used the Betty Crocker Gluten Free cookie mix a few times and LOVE it. I add about a half can of pumpkin and they are my favorite cookies! Very cakey and moist!
     
  8. Iris82

    Iris82 Earning My Ears

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    I have a recipe for gluten free chocolate shortbread, you do need gluten free flour though.

    1/2 cup butter
    1/4 cup sugar
    1/4 cup cocoa
    pinch of salt
    1/2 cup gluten free flour

    mix butter/sugar, add dry ingredients, chill in the fridge for an hour, roll out and use as you would normal cookie dough. I can't remember how hot to have the oven, sorry.
    I was going to suggest a brownie recipe but that has ground almonds in and I guess they wouldn't be allowed because of nut allergies.
    Good luck.
     

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