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Stained Glass Window Cookies Each year, my family decorates a mini-Christmas tree with cookies. Our favorite cookies to make were "Stained Glass Window cookies". They are so pretty and taste so good. Any chance you could make a gluten-free version?
Oh...you put cookies on your tree! While I've never used cookies as ornaments, my tree decorations include strings of popcorn and cranberries. Plus, a generous amount of candy canes dotting the tree. I think if I add any more food, I'll have to display the tree in the kitchen. Please send us a picture of your gluten-free cookie tree!
Elizabeth . . . keep reading
Gum Drop Cookies My family has been great helping me adapt to the gluten-free diet. Our entire house is gluten-free and no one (usually) complains. However, last Christmas my son and daughter were lamenting the loss of their beloved gumdrop cookies.
As a family project, we would spend an afternoon making these cookies. My husband was in charge of chopping the gumdrops (which are hard to chop!), the kids would help me measure and drop the dough onto the cookie pan. Like all moms, I was in charge of watching the cookies so they didn't burn. The West family would be so happy if you could make this recipe gluten-free. Thank you.
Keeping cookies from burning is a very important job! Especially when the cookies are as wonderful as these! I am so glad your family supports your gluten-free diet. The diet is so much easier to follow when you have support from those closest to you!
Elizabeth . . . keep reading
Whatever You Want Gluten-Free Bar Recipe This gluten-free cookie bar recipe is my own creation. I would make the batter and then stir in whatever I wanted, from chocolate chips to dried fruit. Whatever I added to these bars, my family enjoyed. I used to make these bars all year, but during the holidays, I would pack the bars into tins and give them out as gifts. Is there any chance you could make them gluten-free?
How fun! A recipe you can customize to your own tastes. The bar reminded everyone of a Blondie. We added chocolate chips to one batch and dried cherries to another. Both were a big hit. Add whatever tasty morsels you want to the batter, just be sure it does not exceed 1 cup. Have fun with this recipe. . . .
Popcorn Ball Recipe
I know you asked for recipes that needed to be converted. However, I wanted to share this recipe with you. I have been making popcorn balls for years and my family loves them. Last Christmas, my first gluten-free, I was thrilled when I realized I could still make these.
The day I made this recipe, these popcorn balls disappeared so quickly that I knew this recipe had to be included in this issue. One word of caution: The popcorn mixture is sticky. So, be sure to coat everything with cooking spray before making this recipe. . . .
Gluten-Free Coconut Raspberry Bar Recipe Last year, I made these cookies for Christmas. They were a big hit. Since then, I was diagnosed with Celiac disease. I would like to make these bars again this year. If the recipe could be made gluten-free, I would be thrilled.
Coconut and Raspberry? Sounded like a good combination to me. (I love coconut, so any excuse to use it sounds good to me.) Like the Hickey family, we loved these bars. The crisp bar topped with gooey coconut and raspberry had us coming back for more! . . . keep reading
No-Bake Peanut Butter Ball Recipe Since so many of you took the time to share your family recipes with me, I wanted to do the same. This easy recipe is a classic in my house. I think they taste like Reese's Peanut Butter Cups--only better. . . . keep reading
Molasses Crackle Cookie Recipe During the holidays, these cookies were the only cookies I baked. So, they became a family tradition. I liked how easy they were to make and how pretty they turned out. Since going on a gluten-free diet, I have missed making these cookies. If you could make the recipe gluten-free, you would return a tradition to my family...
Everyone who tasted these cookies thought they tasted just the way the holidays should: spicy, sweet and full of flavor. Served with a glass of cold milk, these cookies would be perfect to leave out for you-know-who... . . . keep reading
Christmas Butter Cookie Recipe This is a recipe for Christmas cookies that my mother has made since as long as I can remember. Christmas at our house has always included these cookies and my daughter (now 21 years old) is making them. So, they are now a third generation cookie! I was diagnosed with Celiac disease this past January and realized when I got your newsletter that I wouldn't be able to enjoy them this year for the first time. If there is any way they could be converted, I would be forever grateful! . . . keep reading
Gluten-Free Chocolate Pixies Recipe Every Sunday in the 1950s we visited my grandparents, who owned a dairy farm in Ellicottville, New York. Grandma's cookie jar was always inviting and full of chocolate delicacies. Now that Celiac disease has been identified in several family members, we would appreciate it if you could make the following recipe gluten-free. . . . keep reading
Gluten-Free Peanut Butter Cookie Recipe This cookie of the month is a classic. Peanut butter cookies, eaten warm from the oven, just seem to taste like home. If you are peanut allergic, please see the note on page 15. These cookies can be made to suit a peanut-free diet. . . . keep reading
Jam Thumbprint Recipe Jam Thumbprints rank right up there with chocolate chip cookies on my list of favorite recipes. I recommend using raspberry jam, because that is what I like. The question is, what do you like? These are your cookies, not mine. Top these cookies with a dollop of your favorite jam. So easy to make, I have a feeling these cookies will soon be making a regular appearance in your kitchen. . . . keep reading
Chocolate Truffle Recipe All you need to make this recipe is some great chocolate, fresh heavy cream and a wooden spoon --that's it! No only do these make a great Valentine's gift, they are easier to make than cookies. . . . keep reading