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Friday, December 24, 2010

Gluten Free Santa Goodies

What are you leaving out for Santa this year?


From the website A Year of Slow Cooking, we made some of these sugared almonds.

They make great gifts, by the way :) 

Did someone say....CHRISTMAS COOKIES?
(Who needs gluten anyway?)


I mentioned the other day about winning 1st place
in the Gluten Free Cookie Exchange hosted by Jules Gluten Free Flour on Facebook.
Our Christmas Snowballs use the same recipe as this one that Monica entered.
And we *LOVE* these pumpkin cookies submitted by Ami.

We have also been nibbling on some
no bake chocolate peanut butter cookies, made using gluten free oats.
And, finally, to come full circle...
Coconut Chocolate Nirvana Bars were the very first gluten free cookie I ever baked,
the day after Sugar's celiac diagnosis 2 years ago.

With that, it's time to cuddle up with the family, and seize the moments ahead...
before another Christmas season -- is gone completely.

Good numbers to all and to all a good night!
Merry Christmas, Everyone!
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6 comments:

  1. WOW...you have been BUSY!!!

    Merry Christmas to you and yours Wendy!

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  2. I love all of your GF stuff! I fear celiac for Bekah but have this "feeling" it might be coming and reading your blog helps me know that if it does, I will be able to handle it just fine with some yummy treats to boot!

    Merry Christmas to you and yours!

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  3. WOW! I want to go to your house for Christmas!!

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  4. Do I see your own GF baking website in the future? YUM! Have a great Christmas :)

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  5. Your Christmas sounded delightful!
    Blessings to all in 2011! oxox

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  6. Looks yummy! We are going to try a few GF treats too this holiday.

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