First off, welcome to The Wanderlust Celiac’s new home! Now that you’re here, we’re going to head over to Fiesta Friday because this week I’m co-hosting with Mila @ milkandbun. And, it’s going to be a lively party! More details on that below. For now, let’s start baking!
If you hadn’t noticed from my Instagram page, I am more than psyched for Halloween. Last year, I dressed up as Olaf, participated in the Teal Pumpkin Project, and made some fruity Halloween Treats. Now, this year, we’re trying to top it!
So how are we going to make Halloween 2015 the best one yet?! Well, my friend and I are working on a new Disney duo costume. And, this year we’re going to create even more festive treats. We’re starting off with these vampire cookies.
Vampire cookies are quite popular throughout the web. The best guide I found was a video by Geeks of Doom. What makes my vampire cookies even more special?! They meet the needs of multiple food allergies with my delicious chocolate chip cookies! I even included links to products that will allow my vegan friends to modify this recipe.
Without further ado, let’s head to the kitchen!
And, now for the printable recipe!
Allergens: Celiac friendly. Contains Tree Nuts (Almond) and Egg. (It can be made egg free with a different cookie and the vegan links below.) Always pick specific ingredients that meet your own dietary requirements. * You’ll also need a frosting bag or a small baggie with a hole cut in the end to work as a frosting bag!
Allergens: Celiac friendly. Contains Tree Nuts (Almond) and Egg. (It can be made egg free with a different cookie and the vegan links below.) Always pick specific ingredients that meet your own dietary requirements.
* You’ll also need a frosting bag or a small baggie with a hole cut in the end to work as a frosting bag!
Easy, right?! My friend and I were quite convinced these would be one of those cases where you see something cute online, but end up producing an absolute mess. I’m proud to report that these came out just fine on our first try. Plus, while most cookie sandwiches use two cookies by cutting these in half, you’re treat is actually a reasonable serving size.
I’m of course bringing these to Fiesta Friday! This blog link-up is super simple to join and filled with some of the best company on the web.
To add your link go to the Fiesta Friday homepage. It can be about anything that you want to bring to the party: food, decorations, stories, photographs, etc. (There are a few guidelines you must follow to be featured.)
Lastly, if you’re handing out candy to trick-or-treaters, please consider participating in the Teal Pumpkin Project! This project supports kids with food allergies. All you need to do is provide some non-food treats in another bowl, and put a sign/teal pumpkin outside your door. This simple action could make a child’s night! 🙂
Happy Cooking, and have a wonderful weekend!
* Also shared over at Vegetarian Mama’s Gluten Free Fridays! Come check out this link up too!