I’ve rounded up some of the most delicious gluten free Christmas cookie recipes for the holidays that are perfect for baking for you and your family and cookie swaps! Be sure to PIN IT for later!
Fall is officially here and I’ve got to tell you, I’m excited to start my traditional holiday baking. Every year I look forward to the start of fall for just that purpose. From October through December I’m usually found in the kitchen baking up this or that, testing out new recipes and providing my family with a host of yummy holiday baked goods.
I’ve put together a list of the most promising looking recipes that I’ve found so far and hope my readers enjoy them as much as my family will this holiday season!
Everyone knows that sugar cookies are practically a staple during the holidays. Whether you add sprinkles, sugar, chocolate kisses or in this case, frosting, you can’t go wrong with a good sugar cookie recipe!
This is one of my favorite recipe because it’s so simple I could do it with my eyes closed and as an added bonus it’s also a great project to work on with the kids. They’ll love being able to use their own thumb to make the imprint in the middle.
There’s nothing more fun that sticking to the holiday theme when it comes to baking. These incredibly easy snowman sugar cookies are not only easy to replicate but they’re also adorably themed.
I’m a sucker for sweets but when it comes to chocolate I’m on cloud 9. So when I found a recipe that was healthy yet enough to satisfy my craving for chocolate, I couldn’t wait to try it out.
No holiday baking session is complete with incorporating gingerbread men into the mix.
Vanilla Bean has always been one of my favorite flavors, ever since I was a kid and snickerdoodles are a seasonal favorite so this recipe is a win, win for me.
Who doesn’t love graham crackers? I know I certainly do, especially if there’s a toasted marshmallow and chocolate wedged in-between them! I’ve never heard of a graham cookie before but with my love of graham crackers I couldn’t help but add these to my list.
Just like gingerbread men, you can’t celebrate the holidays without incorporating peppermint into your recipe lineup. Add in the goodness of meringue and the decadence of chocolate and you have these delicious Chocolate Peppermint Meringue Cookies!
Not too sweet but wonderfully chocolatey, these allergy friendly cookies are perfect if you have a family member with food sensitivity.
Naturally sweet and traditionally seasonal, this shortbread is gluten free and perfect if you’re looking to add a new recipe to your holiday arsenal.
Looking to put a new spin on your old favorite, the sugar cookie? Look no further than this delightful recipe that utilizes whey protein and royal icing.
Gluten, dairy, soy and egg free, these cookies were worth adding just for looks alone. Coated in chocolate and sprinkled with crushed peppermint candy, these are perfect for the holiday season.
Drizzled in dark chocolate, which is proven to be healthier than milk chocolate, this recipe is packed with yummy peanut butter while keeping to a low sugar content. So, you can have your cake (be healthy) and eat it, too.
While cranberries and chocolate chips is a combination I’ve never heard of, the idea was intriguing and when I saw the picture I was sold. They look delicious!
Nothing says fall quite like pumpkin and nothing satisfies a sweet tooth like chocolate. Gluten free and vegan, these super moist cookies don’t have any added sugar or artificial colors/flavors so they make the ideal Halloween treat.
Right up there with vanilla, coconut is one of my favorite flavors but when I came across this sugar cookie recipe that incorporated coconut I was sold. After all, how can you go wrong when adding one delicious ingredient to a classic recipe?
Thin mints have been a part of my life since my childhood years of girl scouts. I crave thin mints all long but as everyone knows they’re pretty hard to get your hands on all year around. So, when I found this recipe I wanted to give it a try to see how they compared to the original.
Made from butter, almonds and a dusting of powdered sugar, these cookies are wonderful if you’re looking for a new recipe to add to your traditional holiday recipe collection.