Virtual Cookie Exchange

Ack!  Like the white rabbit,  I’m late!  For a very important cookie date! Somehow,  I muddled up my days and was certain my day was Thursday!  So,  here I am cramming this post in as Ms. Winnie-Poo hovers on my hip reminding me that I’m also late to bed.

So, cookies,  what would the holidays be without those tiny,  tasty time machines?  One bite of the right cookie can take me right to Christmas past!

Of course,  having to give up gluten put a crimp in my cookie considerations…I make a killer chocolate chip but haven’t been able to taste one in over a decade.  Luckily, my friends are happy to do quality control! I did actually make some of them promise that if I ever lost my touch,  they’d tell me straight out. 

This year,  I decided to branch out and add a new recipe to my gf repertoire.   I always loved crinkle cookies.  These are like chocolate fudge in the center and powdered sugar gives then just the most lovely crackle top.  In my gluten-eating days,  I always spotted these on a cookie tray!

They were very easy to make and I used the recipe and tutorial found here:

Gluten Free Chocolate Crinkle Cookies | Great gluten free cookie recipes
https://glutenfreeonashoestring.com/gluten-free-chocolate-crinkle-cookies/

Simply lovely! This recipe is definitely going in the favorites column!  I hope you’ll give it a try!

Please be sure to hop over to all of today’s bloggers! And thanks to  the wonderful Carol at Justletmequilt.com for bringing us all together!

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19 responses to “Virtual Cookie Exchange

  1. I need to pass these on to a gluten-free friend. Thanks so much for the delicious looking recipe.

  2. Crinkle cookies are always delicious, I’m glad you found a gf recipe so you can enjoy them again.

  3. These cookies look awesome! Part of our family loves crinkle cookies–I’ll have to give them this one for gluten intolerant friends. Thanks for sharing.

  4. Quick like a bunny you were with sharing this great GF recipe. Thanks for a great cookie date!

  5. You definitely pulled off your quick-like-a-bunny trick to get these ready for today. They look amazing and gluten free is a win-win for so many. They will definitely go on my baking list. I love anything chocolate! I love that little ornament behind them, too…so cute! Thank you for sharing the recipe, Beth!

  6. Those cookies look delicious! Our daughter has gf issues, and we recently discovered King Arthur GF Brownie mix – so good! It’s definitely a challenge to find decent GF recipes, so thanks for sharing this one.

  7. inflorescencedesigns7f538ce9d0

    Your cookies look yummy! Thanks for sharing!

  8. I think you pulled it off wonderfully. Yummy cookies.

  9. Hi Beth! Better late than never, right?! Thanks so much for the delicious looking cookie recipe. My boss is gluten-free and I’m always on the lookout for new recipes to try for her. {{Hugs}} ~smile~ Roseanne

  10. At least you remembered! Thanks so much for the recipe, they look delicious!

  11. It would be so hard not to be able to eat cookies! These look very tasty.

  12. Haha you aren’t too late for me! I’m late reading today’s blog hop posts, and what a treat to read yours. How wonderful that you found a GF recipe for some of the best cookies in the world – I absolutely love chocolate crinkle cookies. Yours look amazing. Thank you for sharing!

  13. Hi Beth. Thank you for the sweet new recipe. My DIL and 2 youngest can’t do gluten so this is perfect to make them some treats. ⛄️ Merry Christmas

  14. Hmm they look delicious! And I love your little ornament hanging behind them! xx

  15. Brenda @ Songbird Designs

    Sounds like a great GF recipe! So many people now have problems with gluten. Thanks for sharing. You made it on time, but I’m late catching up with all the posts! Merry Christmas!

  16. Those cookies look delicious! Love the little tree ornament behind them in the picture.

  17. I have a grandson who has nut allergies, so those are our go to cookies for him.

  18. I’m late visiting, so I wouldn’t know you were late posting. lol A Christmas gluten-free cookie is awesome. It’s so hard to find tasty treats – thank you!

  19. Had not heard of crackle cookies, and they look tasty. That little ornament on the photo is also really cute.

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