Alright, I know it’s practically summer, BUT there are still plenty of nights where all I want to do is curl up with a blanket and a good book. Now, the rain this past weekend has certainly put me in a cuddling mood. This cozy gingerbread cookie is crafted just for those nights!
My first experience with molasses and gluten free cooking didn’t go so well, in fact, I had a mild marshmallow explosion. (We’ll save a blooper reel for another post). However, I had great success modifying a recipe by The Gluten Free Vegan that met most of my allergy needs. With my changes to the margarine, tapioca, and cinnamon, I was able to maintain a gingerbread taste while adding a bit of a kick with some cloves.
This cookie is cozy due to both its warmth and homey taste. While the outside is crisp, the inside reveals a smooth texture. My mom says it doesn’t have a gluten free taste, and my sister’s friend gave this recipe two thumbs up. So give this a try on your next stay-in movie night, and let me know what you think!
Until next time, happy cooking!
P.S.: For those of you joining me from Fiesta Friday, you might now that I’m working on the first challenge, and I promise it’s coming (by 5/25!). I ran into a few challenges with my first yeast and herb experiments, so I decided to bring these cookies to the fiesta this week. I hope you enjoy!
Allergens: Celiac friendly. Contains soy. Ingredients Procedure Tips and Tricks *Adapted from The Gluten Free Vegan
Cozy Gingerbread Cookies*
Allergens: Celiac friendly. Contains soy.
Tips and Tricks
*Adapted from The Gluten Free Vegan