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When I saw Holly's recipe for Snickerdoodles, I knew I had to have some gluten free. When I went to Walmart, I expected to be able to pick up a box, but there were none on the shelf. Folks with Celiac disease must have seen Holly's recipe.
The urge kept hitting me. I couldn't get them off my mind. So I searched the internet for a gluten free recipe, and found this one to try. I made some changes in the steps but the ingredients are the same.
This was my first time making gluten free Snickerdoodles. They came out perfect. Just as good as the store bought ones and probably much cheaper. This recipe will be a keeper for me.
This is a crisp cookie and goes well with a glass of milk or cup of coffee. I did the math and figured each cookie is approximately 55 calories. I will have to limit my intake so the freezer will be the best place for me to keep them. Out of sight, out of mind. On the other hand, my husband loves them too so they probably won't make it to the freezer.
Yield: 42 cookies
They look divine! well done :)
They are divine!! I know I'll gain 5 pounds but I can't keep my hands out of them.
Awesome, I'm so glad for you! My sister also can't tolerate gluten. It is good that creative people like you are coming up with great recipes. :)
That's great. She will love them. Have you ever tried eating a couple with peanut butter in between? I'm so glad you inspired me to look for a gluten free recipe. I have made another batch and shared some with our neighbor.