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    Gluten free desserts - meeting Dr Oz requirements

    These recipes have less than 4g Sat Fat, 600 mg Sodium and 0 trans fat with 4 or higher stars at time of creation. Ran out of time so only have around 50 recipes in it, but will continue to add on.
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    1 Reviews |  By SooZeeQ

    This is the easiest cookie recipe I have ever made! It has only 4 ingredients and is DELICIOUS with coffee. When I first found this recipe, I thought it was too simple to be good....boy, was I wrong.

    Recipe #420862

    For all you lean muscle building people (or moms trying to sneak some health food by your kids), and on a gluten-free diet, these are a must have staple. These are NOT regular oatmeal cookies, they are the best "health food" cookie I've ever had though. They beat a packaged protein bar by leaps and bounds, and they're budget-friendly as well!

    Recipe #372122

    Yummy, nobody-knows-they're-gluten-free cookies! Always a hit! Can use 2 1/4 cups of any other gluten-free flour instead of the cornstarch, tapioca flour, and rice flour if desired.

    Recipe #246215

    1 Reviews |  By katii

    Soft, moist cookies that are as picturesque as they are yummy. Best if enjoyed the day of baking.

    Recipe #321210

    I made these the other day and my husband couldn't tell they were GF! I had some friends tell me I could make money with these, so that should tell you how good they are :) You can make them egg free by using an egg replacer. You can make them dairy free by using dairy free chocolate chips. I use Recipe #rz.116778 for the flour, but if you don't, then add 2 tsp of xanthan gum. We absolutely love these cookies!

    Recipe #259167

    I got this recipe given by a friend who makes these every year for Christmas and for other occasions. I wanted to try a gluten free version for my daughter and they turned out great! They are super easy to make. They make take some time to make by forming the balls and then to dip them into the chocolate, but they are so worth it. I used 1 box of Arrowhead Mills Vanilla cake Mix and added about 1/4 Cup of Cocoa Powder to the batter to make it chocolate and it tasted fine. The BonBons may be quite a rich chocolate taste, so you only need a few to give into that chocolate craving!

    Recipe #273646

    1 Reviews |  By Aimee88

    This is my adaptation of a recipe on www.positivehealth.com. This version doesn't use any grains. I mix these right in the saucepan that I start with. It's a nice little cookie and my family loves them, so much that I usually double the recipe.

    Recipe #401548

    My husband Mike makes these fabulous flat (no-flour) Italian cookies every year for the holidays, and they're absolutely heavenly! These cookies are an excellent addition to food gifts, as they will keep for a long time. Silpat baking sheets are very helpful when making these little gems.

    Recipe #46593

    A great recipe I modified for my food allergic daughter. Based on the recipe from SPECIAL FOODS FOR SPECIAL KIDS

    Recipe #341950

    I found this on all recipes.com submitted by Catherine. To quote what she wrote about them "A healthy, gluten-free, slightly crunchy, PB style cookie. Not distinguishable from gluten-containing cookies at all!!!" My husband who is a gluten casien lover loved these cookies he couldn't tell the difference and he even asked me why I was allowing our son to eat them.

    Recipe #284116

    These are a crunchy tasty gluten-free biscuit. A slightly different taste and texture to regular GF cookie recipes. (I must apologise as my original posting did not include the baking time - now corrected)

    Recipe #218335

    For years one of my husband's favorites! I worked at making a gluten free recipe that is very very close to the original.

    Recipe #96847

    These crisp cookies are naturally gluten and dairy free. Preparation takes only 10 minutes and is very easy. If you press in an Amarena cherry before baking, cookies will be more chewy than crisp. When I was out of cherries I used pecans for decorating. Either way they are addictive ;-) Double or triple recipe if needed.

    Recipe #404760

    2 Reviews |  By Prose

    A guilt-free sweet treat! Perfect for lunch boxes, backpacks, briefcases, etc. Adapted from The Great American Detox Diet by Alex Jamieson. Cooking time is refrigerating time.

    Recipe #361648

    2 Reviews |  By JJBAL

    These rich, chewy cookies are gluten-free and honey sweetened. You can add optional ingredients to your taste.

    Recipe #283409

    3 Reviews |  By Roosie

    I used to eat these all the time when I was little. Healthy and yummy, this is a good alternative for when kids want something sweet or something cold. They're still great especially for hot weather and for a healthy snack. Any kind of yogurt can be used (my favorite is Dannon's Lemon) or juice (I like apple or orange). Much better than store-bought or popsicles that contain Kool-Aid. And don't save them for the kids! They're great on-the-go snacks for everyone! (cook time is a freeze-time estimate) Use a popsicle mold (availiable at places like Target, Walmart and some groceries) or paper cups.

    Recipe #49931

    This is a great gluten-free recipe that can be used for any recipe that calls for vanilla wafers, like rum balls. It is a modified version of a recipe by Bette Hagman.

    Recipe #78770

    This is a must for anyone wanting gluten-free cookies. Taken from Womans Day. These to me taste better than the usual choc chip cookies.

    Recipe #104755

    I got this of the side of a flour packet.

    Recipe #180947

    3 Reviews |  By Mirj

    This is one of my all-time favorite Passover cookies.

    Recipe #22327

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