Adapted from "Good Eats". We thought we would give it a try. My husband was told to try to reduce his wheat & gluten. They are SO GOOD! You wouldn't even know they were gluten free! This was my first gluten free recipe to try & I'm not nervous anymore!
Modified this recipe to be GF with great success: http://www.recipezaar.com/Root-Beer-Float-Cookies-57007 The cookies have the most perfect texture. Can substitute 1/4 cup skim milk + 1/4 Tbsp vinegar for the buttermilk. *The flour mixture I used is Bette Hagman's Bean mix: 2 parts garfava bean flour, 1 part sorghum flour, 3 parts cornstarch, and 3 parts tapioca flour. Feel free to experiment with your own.
Samoas were my favorite type of girl-scout cookie before going gluten-free. Now I haven't had one in over two years. When I saw a recipe for homemade Samoas, I knew I had to make a batch that was gluten-free. These take a while to make and are completely terrible for you but it's so worth it! * For the flour mix, I used Bette Hagman's Mix with great success: 2 parts garfava flour, 1 part sorghum flour, 3 parts cornstarch and 3 parts tapioca flour. Feel free to experiment with your own shortbread cookie mix though.
I got this recipe from the back of a bag of Hershey's Cinnamon Chips. My father loves these cookies and is always asking me to "make a batch". They are chewey and sweet and delicious and you won't believe how fast they go.
Posted in response to a request, I got this recipe from a lady at church who make them for Bible School in the 1980s. I had made chocolate no-bake cookies for YEARS but had never heard of peanut butter no bake cookies. So delicious that my choco-holic daughter likes them better than the chocolate variety!
No. of servings depends on how big you make the cookies. Prep time depends on how fast you are scooping the cookies onto the wax paper covered newspaper! (You get better w/ practice! :D )