What would the holidays be without sugar cookies? I have so many memories of when I was a kid around this time of year, sitting with a big plate of sugar cookies and dunking them in a tall glass of ice cold milk.

Of the holiday traditions my kids look forward to most, baking cookies is way up there. I myself get so excited about it that I dedicated an entire pin board on Pinterest to holiday cookies. For kids with gluten allergies, the joy of holiday cookies can obviously be a big time bummer.

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A few years ago I learned about Cup4Cup — an all natural, specially formulated, gluten-free flour — and since then I have enjoyed making so many foods with it and can’t believe any of them are gluten free. One of the biggest struggles in gluten-free baking is how complicated it can be, the need for so many different flours, xanthan gum and so on. The sheer joy of using Cup4Cup is that you can use it in the same ratios in a recipe as all-purpose flour and it performs the same way. Sheer joy for bakers!

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These Gluten Free Sugar Cookies are soft on the inside with the perfect amount of sweetness inside. As a final touch I topped them with dye-free icing. My kids loved decorating them as you can see in these pictures and it made me feel good to be able to share them with my friends whose diets are gluten-free.

What’s your favorite holiday cookie to bake?

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Gluten-Free Sugar Cookies

Having a gluten allergy doesn't have to stop anyone from enjoying a Holiday sugar cookie!
5 from 1 vote
Servings: 24
Author: Catherine McCord
Prep Time 20 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Total Time 30 minutes

Ingredients  

  • 2 cups Cup4Cup multi-purpose gluten-free flour
  • 1/2 teaspoon baking powder
  • 1/4 teaspoon kosher salt
  • 1/2 cup butter, softened
  • 1 cup granulated sugar
  • 1 large egg
  • 1 1/2 teaspoons vanilla extract

Icing:

  • 1 cup powdered sugar
  • 1-2 tablespoons milk or water

Instructions 

  • In a bowl, whisk the flour, baking powder and salt.
  • in the bowl of a standing mixer, cream together the butter and sugar until light and fluffy, about 3 minutes.
  • Add the egg and vanilla and mix until incorporated.
  • Gradually add the flour mixture until the dough comes together.
  • Place the dough on a piece of parchment paper, shape into a disk, cover and refrigerate until firm, about 20-30 minutes.
  • Preheat oven to 325F.
  • Roll out dough to 1/4 inch thick.
  • Use cookie cutters to cut out desired shapes. Place on a Silpat or parchment lined baking sheet
  • Bake for 10-12 minutes, until the edges begin to turn golden.
  • Allow the cookies to cool completely before decorating.
  • For the icing: combine the ingredients in a bowl and stir until smooth.
  • (to make dye-free red or blue icing substitute the juice from frozen raspberries, blueberries or blackberries for milk). 
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About the Author

Catherine is a mama of three. A Kentucky girl living in California. Here’s what I know: all kids can be great eaters and mealtime must be easy. I create simple, healthy recipes the whole family will love.

Comments

  1. My favorite cookie to bake would have to be…. Sugar cookies. So many fun things to do to them and it’s fun to let the kids decorate and and see what beautiful cookies they create! Fun family time together… I love the holidays πŸ™‚

  2. Favorite holiday cookie?? Just one? Chocolate chip cookie!!
    ***Crossing my fingers***

  3. Favorite holiday cookie will always be a gluten free sugar cookie:-) I can decorate them in so many different ways it never gets old!

  4. Hmm.. favorite Christmas cookie? I would normally say a good chocolate chip cookie with sea salt, but now that my son is getting bigger, sugar cookies are more fun since he gets to help decorate them.

  5. My favorite Christmas cookie? raspberry thumbprints! beautiful and delicious. Just need a GF version now…..

  6. The sugar cookies turned out well. I enjoyed some special time with my adult daughters as we cut out the shapes and decorated later. Good Christmas time fun.

    Thank you

  7. My kids love sugar cookies..we made your gingerbread cookies for our christmas this year..that was too good..Thank you….can’t wait to try this one….. Merry Christmas to you and your family…

  8. My favorite holiday cookie to bake is sugar cookies using my mom’s set of vintage cookie cutters that we’ve used since I was a child πŸ™‚

  9. I’ve never heard of cup4cup but would love to try it!!! My 4 year old son and I are both gluten free and this sounds like an amazing product for us to try!!! Thank you for sharing this info and for the opportunity to win this contest πŸ™‚

  10. Eeek, it is really really really hard to pick just one favorite holiday cookie to bake! My favorite recent one was a Spiced Pumpkin and Walnut cookie recipe I found in my “Mixer Bible” cookbook. Mmm were those good!

  11. what a great giveaway, thanks for the chance to try some new gf baking products

  12. We make snickerdoodles and red velvet cookies for Santa!

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  13. My favorite Christmas cookies to make are rolled sugar cookies. Why? Because my daughter loves them so, and to her, it’s not quite a complete Christmas without making and eating these little works of art.

  14. My favorite cookies to make are Mexican wedding cookies aka snowball cookies. My mom would make them every year for Christmas and now the tradition has been passed on to me πŸ™‚

  15. Spritz – I love the almond/butter flavor and they are the perfect size to just pop in your mouth!

  16. My favorite cookies to make are my family’s sand tarts…although I’ve updated the recipe to make it healthier for my family. The kids love sprinkling on different colors.

  17. I am not sure if my entries went through, but I said I make pancakes and waffles all the time for my kids so this would be great.

    My favorite holiday cookie to bake is snickerdoodles.

  18. My kids eat waffles or pancakes every morning and I make them, so this would be great. The food processor would come in useful for a lot of our cooking.

  19. I would LOOVEE to win this!! I have been needing a food processor for so long now. Thanks for the giveaway!

  20. Thanks! My niece and aunt are GF and I’m trying to find some recipes to include them in the holiday celebrations! These cookies look great! And I would LOVE to win this! Merry Christmas!

  21. Oh wow,I would really love to win this! Thanks and Merry Christmas to everyone!

  22. Gingerbread cookies and sugar cookies. Anything I can decorate is a favorite πŸ™‚

  23. They aren’t exactly cookies but I make toffee pretzel bark for the neighbors every year, and I always have to Meade an extra batch just for us!

  24. Those cookies look fabulous! I’m still new to all this gluten free stuff and I’m so glad to stumble upon your blog!

  25. I would love to win this giveaway! Sugar cookies are my favorite holiday cookie to bake.

  26. oh.my.goodness…i would LOVE to win this giveaway!!!! i love to bake with my son and you never need much of an excuse during the holidays!

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  28. Thank you for the opportunity to win this. Would love to make these for my daughter who we believe has a gluten intolerance.

  29. So excited that I can keep the tradition of decorating cookies with my kids and still stay GF!

  30. I never said what cookie was my favorite to make oops! my favorite cookie to make has always been cherry-ettes rolled in powdered sugar πŸ™‚

  31. We have been gluten free for my daughter for 6 months. The Holidays have been most difficult. Thanks for thinking of us.

  32. I am trying my Grandma’s sugar cookie recipe Gluten Free this year,.

  33. Decorated sugar cookies are our favorites, along with anything peanut butter

  34. We are starting my daughter on a gluten/dairy free diet and came across your blog. I’m glad to see that there is a company out there making an all purpose gluten free flour. Is this sold in regular stores or do you have to go to a specialty store? Thanks

  35. I love to make Pizzelles. They remind me of my Italian Grandma, who lived to be 97!

  36. I also pinned this contest. I’m going to have to start following you, what a great recipe resource! πŸ™‚

  37. My favorite cookie to make for Christmas is the peanut butter kiss cookies! I just found a great gluten free recipe for them, too!

  38. I’ve never been the best baker but I love oatmeal chocolate chip cookies!

  39. My favorite holiday cookie to bake is the sugar cookie. I love using my moms recipe that she has used for years and years!

  40. Our favorite cookies to make are snickerdoodles and the traditional sugar cookie

  41. In our family, the sugar cookie baking and decorating tradition has been a multi-generational event that I am so happy to pass on and share with my children now.

  42. One of my favorite cookies to make for Christmas is peanut butter blossoms

  43. Sugar cookies are definately our favorites. The kids love cutting them out and decorating, but I’m always looking for a good gluten free recipe for sugar cookies because my 6 year old son is allergic to gluten!

  44. Cornflake wreaths and sugar cookies, especially now that my boys are (barely) old enough to help decorate!

  45. I don’t do too much baking of cookies around Christmas. too many people give me cookies. We’re already loaded with them! However, I do make a mean pumpkin cookie, cinnamon rolls and others. I would love the processor to make my own granola bars! It’s my dream to do so.

  46. I love making gingerbread cookies with my family! We have decorated our gingerbread men traditionally as well as a few beach ready gingerbread men one holiday when we were all in need of a vacation!

  47. How can I not make sugar cookies now! And it would be so much easier in the future with a kitchen aid!

  48. we all love sugar cookies & our granddaughter is gluten free, so thank you for this recipe. what a nice giveaway, thanks & happy holidays

  49. I love making mint macadamia nut cookies using Andes mint chips and macadamia nuts! Amazing! Many others too like mini pecan pies; sugar cookies with pecan pie thumbprints.

  50. I love making Sugar cookie cutouts and then decorate them during the holidays! Its so much fun!

  51. We have so many favorite cookies it’s hard to pick one. – Chocolate Crinkles, Gingerbread & Sugar Cut outs, Classic Chocolate Chip to name just a few – Oh & we also love Thumbprints!

  52. Our favorite holiday cookie / treat is turrΓ³n sent from family in Spain πŸ˜‰

  53. My favorite holiday cookies to make are sugar cookies. Great giveaway! Thanks

  54. I love snickerdoodles. Thank you for the nice giveaway!

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  55. I love almond crescent cookies. Can’t wait to try these baking products. What is your icing recipe? How do you get the colors for the icing?

  56. Thank you for sharing the sugar cookie recipe. I’m looking forward to baking some tomorrow. I love Cup 4 Cup. It has helped me provide GF baked breads and pies for families members who have missed out for too long.

  57. I use a sugar cookie recipe, but make only 1 big one. I shape it into a circle and frost it with whatever color is appropriate for the season. Kids just love the pink though. It is always a hit as people can cut the size they want, rarely is there any left. I can only add that c4c is the best and easiest way to transform wheat flour recipes to gf..

  58. I love Cup 4 Cup for all my GF cookies. Especially chocolate chip, the family favorite!,,,

  59. Spritz cookies are my favorite holiday cookie to bake. I make many different shapes.

  60. Sugar cookies of course! My mom made the best! I needed a gluten free one to try with my kids. Thank you!

  61. Melting Moments – a bite size cookie with just a dollop of frosting on top that melts in your mouth. Heaven!!

  62. those cookies look lovely! Good take on the no food coloring frosting! Now, how about the recipe…..
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  63. I have to say sugar cookies and chocolate crinkles, my family doesn’t like eating chocolate.

  64. I’m all about making sugar cookies and SNICKERDOODLES during the holidays! Nothing says holiday cheer like some cinnamon! =]

  65. Such a great prize! My son is glutten free and now pretty much the entire family! That flour would be fabulous

  66. My favorite to bake is chocolate crinkles since they’re my favorite holiday cookie

  67. I LOVE lebkuchen cookies/bars (a German honey cookie that gets better with time).

  68. My favorite cookie to make and eat are Mexican wedding cookies and good ol’ chocolate chip cookies.. I love the nutty flavor of Mexican wedding cookies and who can resist powdered sugar. I love to make chocolate chip, because they are my son’s favorite.

  69. I think we are going to make these cookies this afternoon as the kiddos are home from school – snow day!

  70. Thanks for the giveaway. Making and decorating Holiday cookies. A chance for the family to do something fun together!

  71. My favorite holiday cookies to bake are poppy seed cookies with raspberry jam thumbprints!

  72. I love making sugar cookies, this would be great to have! Thanks for the chance!

  73. This would be amazing to win! We’ve recently gone on a GF diet for our son and have seen loads of improvement in his behavior! Our favorite holiday cookie is a soft and chewy molasses cookie with white chocolate chips on top. So yummy! Happy Holidays!

  74. My favorite thing to make (and eat!) is peppermint bark! I love, love, love it!

  75. My favorite holiday cookie to bake is my cherry-berry icing covered cookie-biscotti! Perfectly festive for the holidays!

  76. My favorite Christmas cookie is chocolate truffles. Second is a basic drop recipe that I divide into several bowls and flavor each one differently. Merry Christmas to all!

  77. I never make the same cookie twice! This year, for our swap, I made peppermint melt-aways with a hidden chocolate center. Very delicious and pretty too. I might just make them again sometime!

  78. My aunt handed down her Andes mint cookie recipe – it is a bit time consuming but worth it. A chocolate cookie with an Andes mint melted and swirled on top of each one. Mmmm!

  79. Thumbprints and linzer cookies with raspberry jam.. Now I just need to try to make them gluten-free since my family’s diets have changed. Cup4cup might be the trick!

  80. Would love to win this! The motor on my food processor just produced smoke on me while I was trying to make those weelicious chicken nuggets.. Thankful that we had at least a batch of nuggets out of the whole ordeal!!!

    Will facebook this!:)

  81. Super soft Molasses cookies with a chocolate drizzle are our favorite!

  82. My fave Christmas cookie to bake is a special dark chocolate dipped ginger cookie from a bakery in the Bershires called Suchelle,s.

  83. My favorite is not really a cookie, but chocolate bark with dark chocolate, dried cherries and walnuts!

  84. My three gluten-free children and I have not been daunted by the challenges of holiday baking. We’ve delved into some delicious gluten-free treats including fudge, toffee and buckeyes.

  85. My favorite holiday cookie to bake is a ginger molasses cookie. Soft and delicious!

  86. My favorite cookie to make is sugar cookies – letting the kids do the decorating!

  87. Crazily just made sugar cookies for the first time with my 4 year old. Would love to make the gluten free so our friend’s children can enjoy them too!

  88. i also wanted to add that we have been gluten free for a while now and its been a blessing for us. I cant wait to try this recipe! πŸ™‚

  89. Omg this is a dream come true for anyone who doesn’t have one and loves to cook. I have been asking the husband for one of these food processors for ages. πŸ™ Hopefully I will luck out and get one for Christmas, there are so many recipes I could make if I had one. Thank you for the chance Catherine!

  90. My favorite holiday cookies to bake are oatmeal craisin cookies…the cranberries make the cookies look so festive and Christmasy, like pieces of holly berries πŸ™‚

  91. Mexican Wedding Cakes using my grandma’s recipe. Since discovering my kiddos needed a gluten free diet I have not attempted them. I am beyond excited to learn about cup4cup products and can’t wait to pull out Grandma’s recipe and give it a whirl! Thank you for sharing!!
    P.S. how do you get such great color in your icing without using dyes?

  92. Orange spritz are my favorite to eat, but I love making krumkake with my mom’s old-fashioned cast-iron krumkake iron.

  93. My kids are gluten free and holiday cookies are a total bummer. By the time I have finished mixing the dough glutenfree dough with all the crazy ingredients we are all exhausted and interest has faded. We all love gingerbread cookies and we hope to attempt a GF recipe this year. I can’t wait to try this recipe! I also can’t wait to try cup4cup!!!!!

  94. I have good friends that are gluten and dairy free, I’ll be sure to share this with them!

  95. My favorite cookie is peanut butter cookies with a hershey kiss on top πŸ™‚

  96. I would love to win the gluten free mixes and deffienlty the food processor. Oh Catherine, this would be a dream come true!!

  97. I love gingerbread cookies, scones, bread, you name it! Bring in the gingerbread cookies!

  98. My favorite cookie to make is CowPie cookies-otherwise known as chocolate no-bakes. They’re my go-to GF goodie!

  99. I love snicker doodles! I have been diagnosed with a gluten intolerant about 4 months ago. I’m going to have to try this flour.

  100. Our favorite has to be the Martha Stewart Chocolate Crackles. We’ve made them every year… but now that we are gluten free we have to find a new recipe!

  101. Snickerdoodles are my favorite. Or peanut butter drops with hershey kisses in them.

  102. Peanut butter chocolate and sugar cookies (because the decorating is the best part!).

  103. We have been making your chocolate graham crackers and using holiday cookie cutters. My daughter’s favorite!

  104. Now that I have had to go gluten free, I think these sugar cookies will be my fave!
    Sugar cookies are my favorite anyway.

  105. I think it’s a tie between snickerdoodles and nutella chocolate chip cookies. Thanks for the chance!

  106. I am looking to try to move to a more gluten free lifestyle for a few different health reasons, this would be great! Thanks!

  107. I luv how your sugar cookies turned out. Can’t wait to make some for my kids.

  108. it’s a 4 way tie… gingerbread, peanut butter, tollhouse, and sugar cookies. Those make my holiday lineup every year.

  109. I love making raspberry jam thumb print cookies just like my mom made when I was little!

  110. I bake a variety of cookies for Christmas. Sugar cookies &gingerbread cookies would probably be our favorites,

  111. My son is gluten intolerant and I’ve tried many different baking mixes, but I haven’t seen this one before–cool!

  112. I bake a ton of cookies for Christmas and would love to try this πŸ™‚
    Sugar cookies, russian teacakes, peanut butter blossoms, no bake cookies, m & m cookies, chocolate chip, snickerdoodle cookies, shortbread cookies

  113. I only bake sugar cookies at Christmas time. Do you know if you can make play dough with gluten-free flour?

  114. I would like to try the Cup4Cup Gluten-Free Flour. This recipe looks delicious.

  115. we have a classic sugar cookie recipe that nobody messes with – it’s perfect!

  116. Technically it’s not a cookie, but I always associate peanut brittle with my Mother and have delightful memories of her rolling it out on the counter. If we are going to be stickles about the cookies, then I have to say, I love biscotti! And it’s so much easier to make than you would think!

  117. Jam drops and buttery shortbread in the shape of stars covered in icing sugar.

  118. My FAVORITE are pumpkin cookies with white chocolate. So yummmmmmmm! but of course if I wanted something plain its either sugar cookies or shortbread!

  119. Sounds great. I have a friend who is now gluten-free, we must try them.

  120. My favorite cookie to make for the holidays is one that my grandmother and mother taught me to make. It is a Mexican tradition. They are called “deditos” which translate to “fingers”.

  121. Thumb print cookies with raspberry jam and ginger/molasses cookies. No rolling or cutting required and always a hit.

  122. Chocolate chip!! Found an excellent recipie that makes me not miss the gluten filled version at all!!

  123. Chocolate chip cookies. Seems pretty un creative, but when you have celiac, it’s the basic gluten-filled products you miss most!!

  124. our all time favorite cookie is the peanut butter oatmeal on this website!!!

  125. I prefer to make breads at christmas, but I do love to eat the cookies everyone else in my family makes πŸ™‚

  126. My favorite Christmas cookies to make (and eat) are buttery, jam-filled, crushed walnut sprinkled Thumbprint Cookies!

  127. Our holiday favorite is an Oatmeal Shortbread cookie with homemade icing – yum!

  128. It’s been a tradition in my family to make all kinds of cookies around the holidays so we’ve been thru many recipes but two we’ve made every year for nearly 50 years are candy cane butter cookies, and very thin rolled out sugar cookies!

  129. Not sure if my first attempt posted. Answer: anything with peanut butter especially peanut butter chocolate chip

  130. We are going to make decorating sugar cookies a Xmas tradition for our daughters starting this year

  131. My favorite holiday cookie to bake used to be chocolate chip, but now I have not baked any since going gluten-free. It is just like you said in this post — holidays are kind of a bummer when you have to go gluten-free. I am looking forward to trying cup4cup, and I really hope I win!

  132. I bought this flour for my sister in-law who is now gluten free. I’d love to try it and could also really use a new food processor!

  133. I can’t wait to try cup4cup! I’ve been looking for a good gluten-free flour for sugar cookies and pancakes!

  134. This would be amazing! I’m imaging all the smoothes I will make πŸ˜€ Thanks for the chance πŸ™‚

  135. I love to bake Russian Tea Cakes and Sugar Cookies!!!! Oh, I would love this food processor!!!!!!

  136. Would love to win this. My daughters celiac n i use Cup4Cup to make her goodies! Cant even tell there gf using this.

  137. My favorite Christmas cookies to make are sugar cookies. My favorite to eat are rainbow cookies. But this year was going to be a big bummer because I just started eating gluten-free a few months ago. Glad to hear about Cup4Cup and this recipe. Thank you!

  138. I love baking salty chocolate chunk cookies during the holidays. That little bit of sea salt on top just makes the cookies extra delicious. πŸ™‚

  139. Chocolate Gingerbread Cookies. I have a batch of dough chilling in the refrigerator now. πŸ™‚

  140. Have to go with the sugar cookie too… best time to bake them is the holiday season!
    Thanks for the giveaway!

  141. Sugar cookies are my favorite and since finding out I have a gluten allergy I have not been able to have them. So this would be amazing to win!

  142. I have to throw away so much food because of experiments with gluten free baking! I have got to try this!!

  143. I always make sugar cookies for the kids to decorate, and then I let them pick another fun cookie. This year we did “Melted Snowmen” which was an idea we found on Pinterest.

  144. I love making a cherished family recipe of bischotchos. Dipping in a little chocolate makes them them extra special for the holidays!

  145. Oma’s famous Vanishing Oatmeal Raisin Cookies. Hands-down, best cookie in the world!

  146. We always make sugar cookies so the kids can decorate them, and then we pick another fun cookie – this year we did “melted snowmen” an idea we found on Pinterest.

  147. I love making sugar cookies because my daughter and I love to decorate them!

  148. I love making buttery spritz and using my cookie press and we also make traditional italian cookies called Strufoli, although they are fried and then drizzled with honey and non-pareils.

  149. Wow, what an amazing giveaway! I love baking chocolate chocolate chip cookies with crushed candy canes sprinkled on top! πŸ˜€

  150. My family’s favorite Christmas cookie that I make for the last several years is Scottish shortbread cookies. At Christmas time, I use small Christmas cookie cutters to make the shape. They are everyone’s favorites. (I did do the molasses cut outs from Weelicious with my girls and let them decorate them with icing and the kids did really enjoy making those this year as well)

  151. My favorite cookie to make is peanut butter kisses. My husband was diagnosed with Celiac 10 years ago. I have tried many gluten free products but have not tried Cup4Cup.
    Sandi

  152. It’s a tie between snowballs and peanut butter blossoms πŸ™‚

  153. Excited to learn about cup4cup. It will make baking for my g/f toddler SO much easier!

  154. I’m craving chocolate covered cherry cookies and can’t wait to make some next week!

  155. Oatmeal raisin cookies. Made them with my mom when I was little. Great memories!!!

  156. My family always requests chocolate chip cookies but my favorite to make would probably be Peanut Butter Balls as long as I have the kitchen to myself. πŸ™‚

  157. Sadly I am not a huge cookie baker at Christmas. My Mom made all kinds of great cookies. My favorite though would be a frosted sugar cookie. I love that you provided a gluten-free option for those who need it.

  158. I love making snickerdoodles. They just feel so much like Christmas to me!

  159. My favorite christmas cookies to bake are peppermint sugar cookie dough balls! πŸ™‚ so yummy! πŸ™‚

  160. I’m always worried about taking care of the kids that come over who have food allergies. I want to feed them, but I’m fearful of causing a reaction. Gluten free flour would help me to make treats for them!

  161. I love making gingerbread men!!! And ladies my daughter always reminds me!!!

  162. This is great! My sister-in-law and her son are gluten-free. Since I take a lot of food over there for our New Years Eve party, this would be fantastic πŸ™‚

  163. My fave cookie at the holidays is a tie between sugar cookies and soft ginger cookies! But I have yet to make a soft gluten free ginger cookie. I’m so excited to try this recipe!

  164. I will make colasses cookies from your recipe the other day and my two kids will be helping me.

  165. i love making molasses cookies. never could get them to turn out like my grandpa’s tho.

  166. So many cookies to choose from…. My favorite would be a simple sugar cookie with decorative sugar (naturally colored, not artificially!!) and for a special treat, with a Hershey Kiss in the middle.

  167. I love making Peanut Butter Blossoms with Hershey Kisses on top and also Spritz cookies!

  168. I love making cranberry white chocolate cookies but also love making sugar cookies with the kids. It’s so fun!

  169. I love making chocolate crinkles, a holiday tradition in my family. Love passing it on to my kids!

  170. My favorite cookie to make during the holidays are sugar cookie cut outs! They are a lot of work, but they turn out so cute!

  171. My favorite holiday cookie to bake is the chocolate rolo cookies!! My baby is gluten free and I would love to try the Cup4Cup!!

  172. I would love to win! I have a recipe VERY similar to this one and it is super yummy! Love to make these with my kids. πŸ™‚

  173. My neighbor was recently diagnosed with celiac and since then we have come across so many people who have trouble with gluten. It’s kind of scary. Thanks for promoting recipes that will make it so much easier for people who suffer from gluten allergies to have all the yummy stuff that the rest of us can.

  174. I have so many friends and family members that are gluten free. I have never heard of cup4cup before and will definitely be passing that info along! You are so kind to do a kitchen aid give away. That would be awesome to own, for sure!

  175. Mint merengues! I could eat them all day (if they weren’t so darn full of sugar)…

  176. I love gingerbread cookies, especially your recipe! I even subbed some applesauce for the egg (friend’s daughter has allergy). They still tasted fab and my friend was thrilled her daughter could eat them at the school party. Thanks!

  177. My favorite cookie is the shaped sugar cookies with my mom’s recipe. πŸ™‚

  178. Gluten free eggnog cookies are my favorite Christmas cookie and I always use Cup 4 Cup when I make them. I make all my Christmas cookies with Cup 4 Cup. They turn out delicious every time!

  179. I would love to win the kitchen aid!!
    And I love seeing the delicious recipes posted here on Weelicious!

  180. My favorite cookie is my grandmas sugar cookie recipe. I’ve been wanting to make it gluten free and I’ve struggled with how to do that and keep it yummy. I’m so excited to hear about this flour. Even if I don’t win, I’m going to buy some!!!

  181. I love making pizzelle cookies, an Italian tradition. My mom and I made them every year. πŸ™‚

  182. Crescent cookies. They are the cookie that remind me most of my grandma, though she made lots of different ones.

  183. This would be the most amazing prize package for my mom. She recently realized that she has a gluten intolerance and has felt so much better after giving it up!

  184. My favorite holiday cookie to make are chocolate spritz cookies using my grandmother’s cookie press. Wonderful giveaway – thank you!

  185. What an awesome give away. Will have to check out those Cup4Cup products, not one I have tried yet. Always on the look out for GF products that are tasty and fit into my busy life.

  186. This year, we’re making 4-ingredient peanut butter chocolate chip, but these sound yummy too!

  187. This looks great! I’d love to try this for my 7 year old niece who has newly diagnosed allergies and is very sad to have to miss out on holiday goodies!

  188. How awesome! We love making and eating sugar cookies and have recently tried to cut out gluten. This looks like a fantastic alternative!

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