January 5, 2010


What can I eat that’s gluten free?

What can I eat
The first Wednesday of each month, this carnival has a theme, and this week it is cookies.   The theme is only a suggestion, and any gluten free eating post is welcome, but if you have a cookie recipe to share with us, please add your link.  If this is your first time participating, you can read the guidelines here.

Changes:  Don’t get nervous, I’m not changing much, but the theme for February 3rd will be a little different than usual.  Thursday I will have a post explaining what I mean, but basically I have  a challenge for you to work on this month.  Be sure to check back.  I’ll also be posting December’s review  later this week.

Now that the holidays are over and cold weather has set in (it has here at least), it’s a good time for baking.  Many holiday cookies are great any time of year, so link up to a cookie post (or 2 if you wish), and we’ll have a nice selection to choose from when we want to try out a new recipe on a snow day.

My submission this week is snickerdoodles.  Shirley’s comment on this post reminded me that if you like a soft cookie rather than a crisp one, I had one batch that turned soft after I left them overnight in a plastic container that was not well sealed.  The cookies absorbed the humidity from the air.  If you live in a very dry environment you could try adding a piece of bread to the container to see if the cookies will draw moisture from the bread.  Keep an eye on them though, you don’t want them getting too moist.


Gluten-Free Snickerdoodles

1. Yadi-Mantecaditos
2. The W.H.O.L.E. Gang-no cookies- Easy Homemade Fresh Chorizo
3. Amy @ Simply Sugar & Gluten Free - Kale, Mushroom, & Quinoa Salad
4. Iris at The Daily Dietribe: Christmas Cookie Roundup
5. Katrina @ Gluten Free Gidget- Ham Bone Soup
6. Brian (GF Chocolate Chip Cookies)
7. Shirley @ gfe (Oven-Steamed Shrimp)
8. Shirley @ gfe (Flourless Peanut Butter Cookies)
9. Alta @ Tasty Eats At Home (GF, SF Oatmeal Raisin Cookies)
10. Lauren @ Celiac Teen (Date Treats)
11. Megan (Scottish shortbread)

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Hi Linda,

I'm linking to my post with all my Christmas desserts. None of the recipes are mine, but there are links to all the recipes. :)
I didn't have a cookie recipe that I hadn't already linked here...but this salad is fabulous and uses seasonal ingredients. Perfect for lunch, dinner, or a side. Your snickerdoodles look fabulous!
I had already linked up an oven-steamed shrimp recipe (so easy and delish), but I had forgotten about today being What can I eat? with a cookie theme. So, I also linked flourless peanut butter cookies--the version that contains PB, egg, brown sugar, baking soda, and vanilla extract, which produces cookies so much better than the recipe that just contains PB, granulated sugar and an egg IMHO. There's also a Nutella variation. ;-) Love those Snickerdoodles ... thanks for the shout out. :-)


P.S. I'm nervous! LOL
Linda, I was just thinking about linking when I saw your comment - thinking exactly the same thing! These date treats are like a raw cookie. Or maybe a healthy cookie! I'm excited to hear about these changes =D.
Hi! I sent you a link for my GF Scottish Shortbread, I hope that you will enjoy them. I can't wait to try your GF Snickerdoodles! This is the first time that I've visited your blog, but I know that I'll be back again soon.

Happy New Year!
Snickerdoodle are great. For some reason the last time I made them, they were a crumbly mess. Yours look delicious.

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