Christmas is the season to enjoy sweet treats of all sorts, especially cookies. But what about people who are intolerant to gluten? Don’t you think it would be unfair to forget them while making your preparations for Christmas? So we have got you some gluten free cookies to ensure that they don’t feel left out.
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From chocolate crisps to snowball cookies, these 40 merry cookies are not missing anything except gluten. Have a look at our favorites below!
Turn the German chocolate cake into a cookie sandwich by putting coconut cream between two pecan cookies.
Toasted coconut, oatmeal, and dark chocolate come together in this hearty cookie recipe.
If you are looking for a gluten free almond cookie recipe without slacking on flavor, then this is it.
You need candy cane Hershey’s kisses to make these fun and festive chocolate cookies.
Is there anyone who does not love rice crispies? At least, we are not aware of any such person. These yummy rice crispies are laced with creamy peanut butter and covered in decadent chocolate.
Got a bag of cranberries resting in your refrigerator? Instead of making cranberry sauce, make these yummy cranberries and chocolate chips cookies.
If you are looking for a tempting, cute and gluten free treat, then try making these chocolate peppermint meringue Christmas trees.
These gluten free cookies are made using cooked quinoa, winter spices and blackstrap molasses. Blackstrap molasses is one of those cookies that do not cost a bomb. So you won’t be compromising on the health as well.
We loved the presentation of these cookies. The blogger has very cleverly used Christmas colors red and white for it. This cookie has a prefecture texture, the right amount of chewiness and Christmas ingredients.
Here’s the recipe for soft and chewy gingerbread cookies that children will love to decorate. Then they can rip off his arm too.
We have got you the recipe for ultra-soft pumpkin cookies filled with chunks of dark chocolate. The texture of the cookies is perfect. It is not cakey at all. But the most surprising thing is that is has been made without an ounce of butter.
How cute do these mitten shaped graham cookies look? Very cute right? And they taste even better. Top the cookies with white and dark chocolate and sprinkle crushed pecan and peppermint on it.
These snickerdoodles will fill your house with the Christmassy vibe. It does require a bit of a process but is totally worth it. The cinnamon-sugar exterior especially is just too good.
These light and fragrant gluten-free cookies are made using rice flour. These rice flour cookies pair well black tea.
Want to make healthy sweet treats for your guests? Then try these Pumpkin Pie Fudge Cookie Dough Chocolate Bites. These bites are very easy to make, won’t take more than 15 to 20 minutes, and will be the most talked about cookies at the party.
These Scottish shortbread cookies are made using oats. If you are contemplating on making these shortbread cookies, then ensure that the oats you use are certified gluten free.
These hazelnut cookies have Nutella sandwiched between them. Have these cookies with a cappuccino or hot chocolate and transport to the heaven.
These pies are so good that no one will even notice that they cater to the allergy sensitive folks. The meringue pie will act as a crust and has whipped cream and chocolate cream filling on the top.
Chocolate and mint are one of our favorite combinations. They taste great in almost everything, especially cookies. And these cookies require just three ingredients- mint, chocolate, and honey.
These classic Christmas cookies are soft, chewy and bursting with warm ginger spice.
Here’s a recipe for chocolate, sesame butter cookies sandwiched around decadent chocolate sesame buttercream filling.
These anytime cookies are perfect for any time of the day, whether you are starting or ending a meal.
Do yourself a favor and make these yummy cookies. Instead of almond butter, you can go for peanut butter as well.
We guarantee you that these cute as button cookies will turn out incredibly delicious.
These peanut butter cookies are soft, chewy, and moist and come together in minutes. What more? It requires just four ingredients.
These soft buttery cookies, topped with pistachio and chocolate will make a decadent holiday treat. Even the colors look very Christmassy.
Give your ginger cookies a twist by adding cranberry to it. For the icing, you can go for cheese or white chocolate frosting.
Here are some soft baked ginger and molasses cookies stuffed with gooey caramel. It will inevitably replace your favorite Christmas cookie.
Gingerbread cookies do not just say Christmas; they literally scream it. Just the spicy aroma of gingerbread cookies conjures up the holidays. These gingerbread cookies are made with almond flour.
These pillowy soft and fluffy cookies are loaded with the vanilla flavor. You can eat them plain or decorate with your favorite holiday decorations.
These no bake cookies will make Christmas merrier. You can whip them up in less than an hour, and they are perfect for gifting too.
These vegan cookies are simply out of the world. They are nutty, chewy and purely sweet due to the cranberry and chia jam filled in it. Do not forget to dust coconut flakes on it.
As we said before, not all oats are gluten free. So double-check the label before purchasing. You can customize the nuts as per your liking.
Thumbprint cookies have a charm of their own. This particular recipe requires you to mix all the ingredients in a mixing bowl and shape into cookies. The jam is making the cookies shine through.
These cookies take like chewy brownies rolled in chopped nuts. And it’s healthy too!
These cookies are for the chocolate lovers out there. It will be everyone’s favorite cookie in the goodie bags. And just for the info, the cookies are made using coconut flour.
Learn how to make invigorating, luxurious, melt-in-the-mouth patties from the scratch from the link above. These cookies taste better than the store-bought version.
Have your kitchen smell cinnamon and sweet by baking a batch of these spiced pumpkin cookies. You will get a taste of Thanksgiving at Christmas.
Linzer cookies are favorite with everyone in our family. It looks beautiful and tastes delicious.
These cookies are for the peanut butter lovers. Crunchy oatmeal cookies are sandwiched around peanut butter filling.