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Gluten Free Thumbprint Cookies

As you know by now my family is trying really hard to stay gluten free in an attempt to get healthier and get some of our health concerns under control. I think I have also mentioned how much I love all things BAKED GOODS! Thumbprint cookies are by far one of my all time favorites....well and peanut butter but that isn't what this post is hehe. Here is a simple fast recipe and they came out GREAT 4 out of 5 people in this house hold approve!


Things You Need!
1/2 Cup Rice Flour
1/2 Cup Gluten Free Flour(I used Bob's Red Mill)
1/2 Cup Cornstarch
1/2 Cup Powdered Sugar
1 + 1/2 Stick Butter(softened)
Coloring

How You Do it
1.Throw everything in a bowl.
2.Mix till creamy.
3.Take spoonful and carefully make balls in you hand.
4.Bake at 350 for 8-12 minutes.
5. Take out and push in with your thumb.
6.Put icing of choice in the center!

Easy now wasn't it! I hope you enjoy these as much as I am :) I am on number 3 and they are NOT fat free so I better stop.lol

Comments

Melanie Payne said…
Looks really good! These cookies are great for he kids to do :) They really enjoy how easy it to mix, shape and it doesn't take long to cook either. W
Mellissa said…
The kids LOVED to eat them! cooking was only half the fun lol but at least the could have them without to much worry!
D said…
I love gluten free cookies thanks for recipes!

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