3 Types of Gluten Free Cookies to Satisfy Your Craving


 

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Cookies have been around for hundreds of years. The first historic record of cookies was their use as test cakes. A small amount of cake batter was baked to test the oven temperature, according to culinary historians. Since then cookie recipes have gotten incredibly complex and intricate in many cases, but still for the most part the traditional favorites remain the most popular.

Gluten free cookies are a relatively new trend in the industry that’s seen a rise to prominence thanks to people’s interest in eliminating the mixture of protein commonly found in wheat and grains. Fortunately whether due to allergies or preference the market is now flooded with recipes for healthy gluten free cookies. Here are three of the most popular you’ll be able to find with a quick Google search.

    1.) Chocolate Chip: The unquestionable leader when it comes to cookie flavors has got to be the traditional chocolate chip. The chocolate-chip cookie, which celebrated its 75th birthday in 2013, is known and loved by most and today thanks to recipes such as this one from Landolakes.com everyone can enjoy one of the culinary world’s most delicious treats.

    2.) Girl Scout: Another one of America’s very own style of cookie is of course the sought after Girl Scout cookies. It might be partly due to their exclusivity that makes them so appealing, but now you can enjoy homemade versions if you’re willing to do the work yourself. Examiner recently published a piece with links to recipes for gluten free cookies of virtually every Girl Scout variety.

    3.) Pecan, Walnut, and Ginger: This seasonal recipe from Onegreenplanet.org is an escape from the pumpkin flavored overload that inundates virtually every facet of the culinary world during the fall season. Featuring flavors of ginger, cinnamon, and nutty goodness this particular recipe even has the added bonus of being vegan-friendly if you’re into that kind of thing.

Gluten free cookies are becoming popular mainly because at the end of the day most Americans love cookies. Americans alone consume over 2 billion cookies a year, or an average of 300 cookies per person annually. Now thanks to recipes like these even those who can’t, or choose not to eat gluten can enjoy still enjoy their favorite desserts.

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