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pumpkin chocolate chip cookies (vegan), GFE’s home for the holidays and 3 giveaways

I am honored to be participating in a wonderful event taking place now through December  23rd called Home for the Holidays – - Gluten Free Style. This celebration is the brainchild of my dear friend Shirley over at Gluten Free Easily. All together, we two dozen bloggers have come together to celebrate all the wonderful foods that say home to each of us. This could be a recipe that has been passed down through the  generations. Or perhaps it’s a brand new tradition you have begun with your family. Each day, one of us is sharing with you that one thing that captures the essence of the holidays. It’s no surprise that there have been some pretty amazing submissions thus far. And the future posts are sure to not disappoint.

Besides the fantastic recipes, the best part of this event is the near 100 prizes being given away.  There will be daily drawings for which you’ll have to comment to enter (below on my recipe submission). Each and every time/day you make a comment  it ups your chances for winning the grand prizes.  Just have a look-see at these beauties!

3rd prize: A Caveman Cookies prize pack (worth $89)

2nd prize: a shopping spree at Free from Gluten (valued at $150)

The grand prize: a Vitamix 5200 (valued at $550 – wow !)

Today, I am going to be giving away one copy each of these three fabulous books. Suffice it to say you can’t go wrong here – I don’t think it’s even possible to be unhappy about any one of these wonderful choices!

The Gluten Free Asian Kitchen

The Whole Life Nutrition Cookbook

The Food Allergy Cookbook

To enter to win these books (and to be automatically entered into our grand prize drawing), you’ll need to :

  1. Leave a comment here sharing which dish/meal captures the essence of the holidays for you.
  2. Share this post on Facebook, Twitter using hashtag #home4holidays, Pin it or Stumble It. You may also post about it on your blog.  Make sure you leave a separate comment for each letting me know you did so.

This giveaway will be open until Thursday, December 15th at 11:59pm. Shirley will be announcing daily winners later this week/weekend. Please note that you must leave an e-mail address so we can contact you if you win! (See Shirley’s site for a complete list of prizes as well as daily/contest winners).

How else can you join in on the holiday fun? Share your own favorite gluten-free holiday recipe on your blog! Go ahead and grab Shirley’s Home for the Holidays badge and post away! Please be sure to check out Iris’ beautiful post from yesterday about baking with her grandma. Tomorrow, pay a visit to my good friend Jules’ blog to see what goodies she’s sure to post. Below is a complete list of participating bloggers  so you can look back to see what you may have missed – and who is posting in the remaining weeks so you won’t miss a thing!

Monday, 11/28–Shirley Braden at gfe–gluten free easily

Tuesday, 11/29–Diane Eblin at The Whole Gang

Wednesday, 11/30–Heidi Kelly at Adventures of a Gluten-Free Mom

Thursday, 12/1–Ali Segersten at The Whole Life Nutrition Kitchen

Friday, 12/2–Sunny Busby at And Love it, Too!

Saturday, 12/3–Stacy Toth at Paleo Parents

Sunday, 12/4–Maggie Savage at She Let Them Eat Cake

Monday, 12/5–Melissa McLean Jory at Gluten Free For Good

Tuesday, 12/6–Kim Maes at Cook IT Allergy Free

Wednesday, 12/7–Alexa Croft at Lexie’s Kitchen

Thursday, 12/8–Brittany Angell at Real Sustenance

Friday, 12/9–Elana Amsterdam at Elana’s Pantry

Saturday, 12/10–Kelly Brozyna at The Spunky Coconut

Sunday, 12/11–Ricki Heller at Diet, Dessert and Dogs

Monday, 12/12–Iris Higgins at The Daily Dietribe

Tuesday, 12/13–Stephanie Fourie at Gluten Free by Nature

Wednesday, 12/14–Jules Shepard at Jules Speaks Gluten Free

Thursday, 12/15–Silvana Nardone at Silvana’s Kitchen (and Easy Eats)

Friday, 12/16–Heather at Gluten-Free Cat

Saturday, 12/17–Carol Kicinski at Simply…Gluten Free

Sunday, 12/18–Alisa Fleming at Alisa Cooks

Monday, 12/19–Linda Etherton The Gluten-Free Homemaker

Tuesday, 12/20–Gigi Stewart at Gluten Free Gigi

Wednesday, 12/21–Zoe at Z’s Cup of Tea

Thursday, 12/22–Lillian Medville Lillian’s Test Kitchen

Friday, 12/23—Shirley Braden at gfe—gluten free easily

pumpkin chocolate chip cookies

As far back as I can remember, my mom would bake for us. After school, we would come home to the most amazing smells…anything from freshly baked rustic bread loaves, to tea breads, cookies and lemon bars. As I have mentioned before, friends used to love coming over as there was always something “just out of the oven.” I want to be able to give my children that same memory. Whether it’s Christmas-time or not. Already they love being in the kitchen, helping to measure flour, operating the stand mixer and spooning cookie dough onto parchment. We’re making memories. And it’s so much fun.

These cookies are a favorite in our house because they are kid size – perfect for their little mouths. They are also a great bite-size dessert for a party. I brought these allergy-friendly treasures into school for both my daughter and my son’s Thanksgiving “feasts.”  It was the perfect treat because every single child in the class was able to eat one right off the plate. For children with allergies/food sensitivities there is no greater joy than to be able to have what everyone else is having. After all, food is about community, right?  It has an amazing way of bringing people together. I love that. These cookies also accompanied me just last weekend to the annual New York City Cookie Swap, a fundraiser for Cookies for Kids’ Cancer (sponsored by Bloggers without Borders). Ninety plus local foodies gathered together to support a great cause and share beautiful cookies all while ushering in the holiday season. So, these cookies have been around the block or two. I am so happy to be able to share them with everyone.

For my grain free friends, I posted this pumpkin chocolate chip cookie last year.

pumpkin chocolate chip cookies (vegan, nut free, soy free)

1/2 c / 2oz / 57g sorghum flour
1/2 c / 4 oz / 114g brown rice (superfine)
2/3 c / 4 oz / 114g tapioca starch
3/4 tsp xanthan gum
pinch salt
1 1/2 tsp ground cinnamon
1/2 tsp cloves
1 tsp baking powder
1 tsp baking soda
3/4 c / 4oz / 114 g brown sugar
1/3 c / 3oz / 80ml oil (I used grapeseed)
1 c / 8oz / 228g organic pumpkin (I used canned)
1/3 c/3oz / 85g mashed banana
1/4 c / 2oz / 60ml maple syrup (I used grade B)
2 tsp vanilla

1/2 cup Enjoy Life Chocolate Chips (optional)

  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  2. Place sorghum, rice flour, tapioca starch, xanthan gum, salt, spices,  baking powder and soda in one bowl. Whisk to combine.
  3. Place brown sugar, oil, pumpkin, banana, maple syrup and vanilla in another mixing bowl. Whisk gently to combine.
  4. Transfer flour into wet ingredients. Using a wooden spoon or spatula, stir in the ingredients just until combined (overmixing here makes a sad cookie). Fold in the chocolate chips (if using).
  5. Spoon out batter in 1 tablespoon dollops onto a cookie sheet lined with parchment. I used a mini ice cream scoop. It’s just a wee bit bigger than a melon-baller. If you choose to make bigger cookies, be sure to adjust your baking time.
  6. Bake for 9 minutes. Leave cookies on parchment. Transfer/slide the parchment carefully onto a cooling rack.
  7. Repeat steps 5 and 6 with the remaining cookie batter.
    Makes
    48 cookies.
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332 responses to “pumpkin chocolate chip cookies (vegan), GFE’s home for the holidays and 3 giveaways”

  1. Lily said:

    I think a roasted turkey has to be the meal that captures the essence of the holidays for me.

  2. Julie R said:

    Hmmmm! These look delicious! I’m going to have to give them a try! I’m sure my kiddos would love them!

  3. Lily said:

    I shared this post on Twitter

  4. Lily said:

    I “pinned” this post

  5. Amber said:

    Shared on facebook

  6. Amber said:

    Tweeted

  7. Jennifer said:

    I have a love of gingerbread. I have always enjoyed the smell of the house as it bakes and the smiles as we decorate and enjoy our long awaited gingerbread. Gingerbread, cookie, houses, bars they are all items I am working on bringing back into my gluten and dairy free life.

  8. Jennifer said:

    fb post

  9. Kimberly F said:

    These look great!!! Love anything pumpkin…. My favorite holiday dish is making tamales with the family.

  10. Jennifer said:

    twitter post (PNfamSOAPS) OOPS FORGOT THE FB LINK http://www.facebook.com/home.php?ref=hp#!/profile.php?id=100001144777209

  11. Jennifer said:

    I just noticed you have a gluten free asian cook book. Wow I have to get one of thoes :)

  12. Valerie @ City|Life|Eats said:

    Chocolate truffles and the like are very holiday-ish to me :) Just discovered your blog and am loving the recipes :)

  13. Valerie @ City|Life|Eats said:

    I tweeted this post.

  14. Nicole said:

    Without a doubt- turkey!!! Also a sweet potato dish creamed with butter, nutmeg, cinnamon and secret ingredient -2tbsp of orange concentrate to bring out the sweet potato-Delish!

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  16. Chelle said:

    I would love a copy of the Asian cookbook. I love asian food!

  17. Brandae said:

    Hot apple cider and crunchy Christmas cookies speak holiday dessert time to me! For a meal? Anything home cooked with love. :)

  18. Molly said:

    I most love my Mom’s infamous cranberry muffins on Christmas morning!!

  19. Paula said:

    Pumpkin pie I think captures the holidays better than anything else, the warming aroma and the hearty, sweet taste.

  20. Paula said:

    I pinned this page on pinterest.

  21. Starbright said:

    Sandbakkel cookies – yum! The only time we make them all year.

  22. SherriS. said:

    I pinned you!

  23. SherriS. said:

    Our traditional meal for Christmas is a lasagne dinner. I look forward to it every year.

  24. Claire said:

    Holiday foods…cinnamon rolls, turkey+cranberries, and for sure my grandma’s chocolate turtle cookie recipe!!

  25. Claire said:

    My extra entry…I pinned this on Pinterest!

  26. Claire said:

    Extra entry again…I shared this on Facebook. Let’s get the news about these blogs out into the internet world!!

  27. Claire said:

    And one last entry..I stumbled this!!

  28. michelle said:

    Oh pumpkin chocolate chip is my favorite

  29. debra z said:

    I think I’ll be trying this recipe this weekend – I was just looking for a recipe to try out with my niece. Am sure she’ll love it!

  30. Jennifer C said:

    For a holiday meal, I always think of eating leftovers late on Christmas night. It’s kind of sad because the day is over, but it’s fun to sit around, eat, and talk about the day.

  31. Dana Coughlin said:

    Anything with pumpkin, also sweet potato casserole.

  32. Dana Coughlin said:

    Shared on Facebook

  33. Sarah S said:

    We always have Mexican on Christmas Eve. I don’t know if I could do the holidays without that spicy kick now :-)

  34. Sarah S said:

    I posted on Facebook

  35. Dana Coughlin said:

    Put on twitter

  36. Sarah S said:

    I Tweeted!

  37. Kristine said:

    That’s a tough one. I think all the goodies (desserts) are the holidays to me. You don’t splurge on things that take a long time to make, use obscure ingredients, are maybe a little pricey, any other time of year.

  38. Sarah S said:

    I pinned it.

  39. amanda said:

    I posted this on my Fb. I will have to try out these cookies. Im gluten free but I have 2 friends that can’t eat gluten, soy dairy, beens. They don’t like to use refined sugar but I think they wouldn’t mind this cookie recipe. I have s hard time cooking for them.

  40. Rachel Williams said:

    I think a dish my Mom would make, roasted sweet potatoes and apples really capture the holidays for me.

  41. Jessica said:

    My mom always made cream cheese cookies with a cookie press. We smothered them in lemon glaze and sprinkles and they were so good! She even gave us our own batch to decorate when we were sick. I’m hoping to make them gluten and egg free for my kids so we can continue the tradition. :)

  42. Jessica said:

    Shared it on Facebook!

    http://www.facebook.com/allergictoair

  43. Rachel Williams said:

    I posted on FB

  44. Heather Brandt said:

    I guess it would be birthday cake. We make a birthday cake for Baby Jesus every year.

  45. Rachel Williams said:

    I pinned it on Pinterest!

  46. Deanna said:

    Holidays are all about the warm ooey gooey cinnamon rolls on Xmas morn.

    By the way, I LOVE pumpkin and chocolate together.

  47. Sarah P said:

    We always make omelets on Christmas morning, between stockings and presents!

    This recipe looks delcious – I’ll have to look for the superfine flower. I only have regular.

  48. Heather said:

    These look delicious, I love that they are dairy-free. Pie and cookies always remind me of the holidays. Thanks for sharing!

  49. Rachel Blom said:

    Fudge, shortbread, and all those other sweets that I only get once a yr capture the holiday for me.

  50. Brenda said:

    Eggnog and Christmas cookies say it’s Christmas for us

  51. Brenda said:

    posted on facebook

  52. Brenda said:

    tweeted it and posted on facebook

  53. Andrea M said:

    The meal that captures the essence of the holidays for me would be mom’s coffee cake we have once we arrive on Christmas morning. Mmm :)

  54. Adria said:

    These cookies look great! I have always enjoyed pumkin chocolate chip cookies and it is great to have a gluten/ dairy free version now. Thanks!

  55. Aly said:

    Brisket captures the holidays for me!

  56. jill carl said:

    Sugar cookies baking..YUM

  57. melanie l said:

    I think they all capture the holidays. Its about family and not about one individual food for me.

  58. Maria said:

    Hi

    This is my first time on this blog and it has a lot of interesting information. I’m dying to try your recipe pumpkin chocolate chip cookies!

    Maria

  59. Arlee said:

    Homemade Tamales is what really makes the holidays special in my family. Our little tradition =) These look delicious by the way!

  60. Arlee said:

    I shared this giveaway on my FB page =)

  61. MaryAnna said:

    My dad makes chestnut cake every year from an old family recipe. I think I might get my hands on it this year and give it a makeover, fortunately it’s already flour-free!

  62. MaryAnna said:

    Shared on FB

  63. Laurel said:

    Unusual I know but my mom used to make a Veal Pocket. I guess it was like a big cut of veal sliced open and then filled with ground beef, rice, pine nuts, some kind of Middle Eastern spice mix. Yum. Now though, it’s a perfectly roasted turkey with a home made Gingerbread House as a centerpiece. P.S. These are one of my all time favorite cookie. I started making them when I went GFDFEG 3 years ago and haven’t been able to stop! Oh, Deanna just gave me a terrible/wonderful idea. Pumpkin rolls stuffed with cinnamon and chocolate. I can’t believe I’m saying this but there’s too much GF goodness out there. It’s a completely different world than it was just a few years ago and I am so incredibly thankful.

  64. melanie l said:

    shared with 4 people

  65. Christine Roeske said:

    I think we’ll try those muffins today, my kids would devour them.

    Favorite dish during the holidays? My great, great grandmother’s southern corn pudding recipe.

  66. Christine Roeske said:
  67. Denise M said:

    For me, anything with peppermint especially with chocolate means the holidays

  68. Sharon said:

    I’d have to say lasagna reminds me most of Christmas dinner.

  69. Alena M said:

    There are so many great foods, I think just a large meal with family and friends mean holiday to me!

  70. Kelli said:

    Great recipe! Sweet potato casserole is the dish that feels like holidays for me. No marshmallows in my casserole, though! We make it healthy and hearty… and it tastes better that way, in my opinion :)

  71. Sharon said:

    I tweeted the giveaway

  72. Kelli said:

    pinned on pinterest!

  73. Kelli said:

    shared on Facebook!

  74. Joanie H said:

    We used to be SO TRADITIONAL for Christmas dinner, but now we change it up and try something new each year. Last year was Thai and this year is German ~ but one thing is always a constant no matter what the dinner theme. PIE! Blueberry and Pumpkin and usually one other flavor too… It wouldn’t be the holidays without pie.

    Thanks for a great new recipe to enjoy and share!

  75. Joanie H said:

    I posted to my blog.

  76. Joanie H said:

    I shared this on facebook.

  77. Arleen said:

    Happy to have found your blog…You cook what I like!
    Christmas is all about the lasagna at my house. There would be a revolt if I tried to change the menu! But we change up desserts every year.

  78. Julia said:

    I love pressed butter cookies during the Holidays! These cookies look great, too!

  79. Pamela said:

    Sounds good and easy. Will have to try. Thanks!!!

  80. julie said:

    I think of Brisket when I think of holiday food.

  81. Karen L said:

    i guess turkey starts the ball rolling at the end of November and Christmas cookies and spiced nuts keep it going. i’ll have to try the pumpkin chocolate chip ones this year too. thanks for the opportunity to win the Asian cookbook. looks great.

  82. Karen L said:

    i shared on Facebook too.

  83. Christine Roeske said:

    I pinned your delish looking recipe as well.

  84. The Chatty Housewife said:

    Roast turkey with all the fixin’s!

  85. Laura @ Gluten Free Pantry said:

    Pumpkin and Pecan Pies represent the holidays to me. Oh and egg nog too :)

  86. JP said:

    For the holidays, it needs to have cinnamon, and a lot of it! I love the smell!

  87. Denise Fedor said:

    Christmas is not Christmas without the hundreds of cookies my daughter and I make GF! Thanks, Dee

  88. Chelsea said:

    Definitely roast brussel sprouts for our holiday meal. Thanks for sharing this yummy recipe:)

  89. Cindy said:

    It is definitely the roasted turkey and the homemade noodles! Can’t wait to make the pumpkin chocolate chip recipe!

  90. Sharon said:

    I most remember having turkey with a crispy brown skin. (and leftovers!)

  91. Andi said:

    This looks so good! Can’t wait to try them. Oddly enough – it’s just the pomegranate that makes me remember being a little girl on Christmas eve. My family would open them up and enjoy the hour or so of picking out the little bits of juicy yumminess while talking all about the holiday. So now whenever I see a pom I get that warm feeling :}

  92. Andi said:

    Shared to Facebook

  93. Andi said:

    Pinned these yummy cookies!

  94. Fiona said:

    Plum pudding is Christmas to me. I love it, and it’s the only time we ever eat it. yum!!

  95. Fiona said:

    Post on Facebook

  96. Paula said:

    Yummy pumpkin chocolate chip cookies! My grandmother’s bread spells the holidays for me. I just need to figure out a way to make it gluten free.

  97. Christa said:

    I shared this post on Facebook.

  98. Christa said:

    One of my favorite holiday recipes is my mother-in-law’s raw cranberry-apple relish. I look forward to it each year. This year, I was recovering from surgery the week of Thanksgiving and had planned to make the recipe for the first time for my side of the family. I didn’t have as much energy as I had hoped, and my husband’s parents graciously made the recipe for me so that I could take it to my parents’ gathering. It takes a while to peel and chop the apples and get the sweetener just right, and it was so kind of them to do it for me. I was blessed to be able to take it, and happy to gobble up the leftovers.

  99. Al said:

    Being Italian and Catholic, here is Ohio on Christmas Eve dinner, we have no meats…just pastas, Lake Erie yellow perch, spiced wine and veggie casseroles. My all time favor is the Lake Erie Perch!

  100. Sarah M said:

    Cranberry sauce. It really doesn’t matter what the main event is, or what the other sides are. Because they will be covered in the sauce.

  101. Jewels said:

    I think sweet potato/pumpkin crust-free pie does it for me! It’s the right amount of savoury and sweet! Also, I love topping all edibles with a dash of ginger and cinnamon!

  102. Gayle J said:

    I think turkey and stuffing, strawberry pretzel salad, and corn pudding.

  103. Kelly said:

    While lots has changed over the years in the dishes that are made for the holidays, the one thing that has stayed consistent has been mashed Turnips and Carrots. No holiday meal is complete without them in my home!

  104. Kelly said:

    I pinned this.

  105. Kelly said:

    I shared this on facebook

  106. Sara said:

    It might sound odd, but mashed potatoes always reminds me of Thanksgiving and Christmas. Lately I have really been enjoying sweet mashed potatoes. Couldn’t imagine a holiday without them.

  107. Megan H. said:

    These look delicious!!! Makes me want to bake these just for myself lol.

    Nothing speaks to me more at Christmas time than Christmas-inspired home baked goods! Yum! It really puts me in the Christmas spirit! :)

    Thanks for sharing your recipe and Happy Holidays!!

  108. Carolyn said:

    Anything pumpkin does it for me!

  109. michelle said:

    deviled eggs say holiday time to me :0

  110. Jody B. said:

    I guess I would have to say Turkey and dressing. Cant’ wait! ;)

  111. Stephanie said:

    Can’t wait to try them!!

  112. Hannah said:

    We are a young family, figuring out our own Christmas traditions. We typically do cinnamon rolls and a breakfast casserole, a cheese plate for lunch and Christmas lasagna for dinner. My 4 year old won’t eat lasagna though… So I need to figure out a new tradition this year!

  113. Amani said:

    I don’t have a favorite holiday treat…I just enjoy good old-fashioned healthy home cooking. :)

  114. Amani said:

    Shared on fb!

  115. liz said:

    My favourite holiday recipe is my organic free range roasted turkey stuffed with apples and butter glaze!! I would love to win anyone of the cookbooks, but in particular, I’ve been wanting The Whole Life Nutrition Cookbook!!

  116. Kai said:

    I have a sweet tooth and lots of pumpkin leftover from Halloween and Thanksgiving.. will have to try the cookies. Thanks for the recipe!

    The most important food for me during the holidays is lumpia. My mom is Filipina American and every year we’d make my grandmother’s vegetarian lumpia recipe and serve it at our Christmas Eve party. I don’t know if there’s a way to make it gluten free, but Christmas dinner isn’t the same without it.

  117. Cheryl said:

    Homemade treats & meals shared with friends & family exemplify the holidays for me!

  118. Monique said:

    Any dish my mother makes captures the holidays for me. She’s an excellent cook, and she makes everything with so much love! … Okay, I’ll admit that her lasagna is my favorite!

  119. Cheryl said:

    Shared on FB!

  120. Heidi said:

    My favorite is definitely wild rice. This past Thanksgiving we didn’t travel so we made a simple wild rice risotto with sausage and pumpkin pie. It was delicious. (shared on FB)

  121. Cheryl said:

    (also Tweeted)

  122. Kai said:

    Shared on Twitter

  123. Heidi said:

    Shared on FB

  124. Megan said:

    These look yummy!! :) Thanks for the recipe!!

  125. Megan said:

    Pinned it! ;)

  126. Megan said:

    posted on facebook!

  127. heather said:

    The pumpkin chocolate chip cookies look amazing!!

  128. Daqwn-Marie Valdron said:

    Anything “cranberry”whispers holiday festive!

  129. Donna S. said:

    These look delicious! I love pumpkin!

  130. Susan said:

    Turkey with cranberry sauce captures the holiday meal for me. Thanks for sharing your cookie recipe.

  131. Sara F. said:

    My favorite holiday meal would include anything my mom makes. She is one of the best cooks i know!

  132. Sara F. said:

    I pinned this!

  133. Beth said:

    Mashed potatoes! They’re not the most exciting food, but they’re just warm and comforting and wonderful, always there and always delicious. :)

  134. AJ said:

    What neat idea. I like pumpkin bread and am not sure I would have thought of making pumpkin chocolate chip cookies.

    Dessert is my favorite thing to make and eat! :)

  135. Laurel Holler said:

    I would say pumpkin pie so I’m excited to see these cookies. I love pumpkin.

  136. Melissa said:

    Can’t wait to make these cookies!

  137. Kelli said:
  138. Susan W. said:

    One of the favorite recipes of mine when my father was alive was peppernuts. I would bake a huge batch for him. I never really cared for the taste, it was more about the tradition and making something special for my dad.

  139. T. Earp said:

    I think of fudge, as my grandma used to make it every year and we would get some from her, even after moving away.

  140. T. Earp said:

    Also shared on FB! :)

  141. Suzanne H said:

    Stuffing!

    These cookies look delicious!

  142. Ellen said:

    The essence of the holidays for me are all those dishes you can really only find this time of year: eggnog, stuffing, and cranberry sauce, for instance!

  143. Suzanne H said:

    I shared on FB.

  144. Suzanne H said:

    I shared on Twitter – DucktorWho82.

  145. Suzanne H said:

    I shared on StumbleUpon.

  146. Alexandra S. said:

    Christmas Stollen captures the essence of Christmas for me. I’m German and we had it every Christmas; it reminds me of back home :)

  147. Laurie said:

    My favorite food at Christmas is definitely the pies. Or maybe the sugar cookies. Probably the molasses cookies!
    Being GF has not been easy this year.

  148. becka said:

    pumpkin and chocolate chip are my favorite holiday combination! thank you so much for these! Fudge is my big holiday tradition. Mom and I made if every year for her cookie plates.

  149. Kelley said:

    The meal I remember most on Christmas was breakfast after opening presents. My mom made the best ‘farmers’ breakfast!

  150. liz said:

    I posted on my fb page liz schnurr martin :) Thank you!

  151. Amanda M said:

    Roasted poultry has to be the what captures the essence of the holidays for me.

  152. Megan H. said:

    I shared this on Facebook. :)

  153. Eve said:

    For me it’s cookies and appetizers! Weird, I know, but my family always celebrates Christmas Eve with several appetizers and mingling with family! Love it!

  154. Jan said:

    Anything peppermint speaks “holidays” for me! Can’t wait to try this recipe tho!

  155. jacqui said:

    I am doing a happy dance right now! These look awesome! My niece is coming over on Thursday to make cookies with my daughter and I (they are both 3 years old). Because I am gluten free, and my daughter is egg and nut free, I wasn’t sure what to make. Now I know!

    Funny enough, the dish that says holidays to me is a pumpkin/chocolate chip bread my mom always made. I haven’t attempted to make it gluten free yet, but these cookies will fit the bill this year!

  156. Tracy S. said:

    Christmas cookies seem to capture the holiday spirit for me :) I would love to win any of these cookbooks!

  157. Rachel said:

    I have so many favorite holiday foods but nothing is merrier than my own handmade holiday cookies!

  158. Elise G said:

    The one food that says “holidays” all over it for me is my grandmother’s Swedish Gingerbread, Pepparkokkor. Every year my grandparents would send a huge box full of presents, swedish candy (which my mom loves), kit-kat bars, and their intricately decorated gingerbread santas and trees. My grandfather’s artist passion came out in this yearly task.

    I have not been able to replicate the recipie in a gluten-free manner, but we always do a GF sugar cookie cut-out complete with frosting and sprinkles. One of my 3 daughters is also an artist and this is a way for her to express it. The circle of the family goes on!

  159. Elise G said:

    I posted this to facebook. Thanks!

  160. Catybakes said:

    The cookies capture the essence of the holidays around here. Gingerbread, sugar cookie cut-outs and spritz are the ones to ring in the holiday season. Hopefully I will adapt them well!

  161. Rachel said:

    Pumpkin anything! Pie, bread, pudding, etc. So holiday-esque…

  162. Mena said:

    these look awesome. Can other squashes be used too?

  163. Rebecca Avery said:

    The holidays for me is all about cookies and I have great memories of my grandma making every possible kind. I can’t wait to try these.

  164. Stephanie said:

    Mena,

    I haven’t tried using any other kind of squash — but I bet butternut would be a great place to start. It has the smoothest consistency. I would love to hear how it comes out if you give it a shot!

    Stephanie

  165. Laura Harmasch said:

    Our family tradition is to make quiche. I got rid of the crust a while back and like it even better now.

  166. Sheila said:

    Nothing says holidays like a gingerbread house!!

  167. Kate said:

    Christmas pudding…that English style, steamed filled with currants and raisins and hot butter sauce….ahhhhh
    dunno if that will ever be in my future again. Unless some kind soul comes up with a g/f recipe!

  168. Kelly said:

    Nothing says holidays like my mom’s cocoon cookies! Love them since I was little!! Crunchy and almond is sooo yummy!!

  169. Kelly said:

    Shared on fb!

  170. Sharmista said:

    Christmas cookies! My grandma always baked them when I was a kid and now I do the baking! Each year I do a few more… ;-)

  171. Sharmista said:

    Tweeted. :)

  172. Kim said:

    German kuchen has been a staple at all of our family gatherings as long as I can remember.

  173. Holly said:

    I’m still working on holiday meals. Seems like our diets change every year so we haven’t gotten to the point of any traditions just yet.

  174. Seeks said:

    Pies and kulich with pashka are always around during big holidays. I wish I could eat them still.

  175. Misty said:

    Oh my goodness, I cannot wait to make these for my baby girls!

  176. Paisley said:

    Pumpkin pie, oh and my mom’s pumpkin bread is divine!

  177. Kim Cotter said:

    I retweeted this and Pumpkin Pie spells the holidays for me!

  178. Shirley @ gfe said:

    These are the most scrumptious little cookies, Stephanie. I love that they are bite-sized and full of good stuff and free of what affects so many. :-) Pumpkin and chocolate together always makes me a goner. ;-) Thanks a million for being willing to join into our Home for the Holidays … Gluten-Free Style event! This is such a great event because of bloggers like you, our generous sponsors, and our wonderful readers! :-)

    xo,
    Shirley

  179. Misty said:

    I think my new favorite food this time of year are cranberries. I make them with orange zest & the juice, cinnamon, & agave. Oh the smell is the most welcoming, warmest smell!
    I’m SO excited to have found this site!
    I’m pinning it on my gf board now!

  180. Misty said:

    And I shared on fb. I think I’m a little excited to have found you. =)

  181. Kristen M. said:

    During the Christmas season I crave gingerbread (anything with gingerbread spices and molasses flavor).

  182. JoAnna M. said:

    I think any dish that contains freshly grated nutmeg catches the Holiday Essence for me!! :D

  183. JoAnna M. said:

    I shared on my Personal Face Book Page!! :D GLADLY!!

  184. JoAnna M. said:

    I SHARED ON MY FACEBOOK BLOG PAGE (SEPARATE PAGE FOR MY ALLERGEN FREE.GLUTEN FREE BLOG) :D

  185. JoAnna M. said:

    AND LASTLY I SHARED ON MY OWN GLUTEN FREE ALLERGEN FREE BLOG!!!!

    HAPPY GLUTEN FREE ALLERGEN FREE BLOGGING!!!!

    JOANNA :D

  186. Sarah M said:

    I cannot possibly pick a dish/meal that captures the essence of the holidays because it’s all so good. Though, I guess all the sweets that abound with the holidays capture the essence fairly well. ;o)

  187. Sarah M said:

    shared to facebook :)

  188. mary said:

    Gingerbread cookies were always made and decorated for Christmas at our house.

  189. Gina D said:

    I am REALLY looking forward to trying this recipe. Not only am I GF, but a good friend of mine follows a very strict vegan diet (it has really helped her MS) SO I’m always looking for things that are good that I can make and share with her. This will make a great side addition to her Christmas gift!! :D

  190. Kate K said:

    This whole Holiday gf blogfest has been such a blessing… finding so many other helpful blogs like yours is a wonderful Christmas present! I think Cookies have got to really say ‘Christmas’ to me too…or maybe my signature creamy mocha fudge. ;)

    Thank you so much for participating and sharing your knowledge!

  191. LisaR said:

    Being British, my favorite holiday dish is mince pies: mmm so tasty with all their rich dried fruit and nuts! Easy to make vegan and gluten free with a gluten free pastry crust! Great holiday giveaway, thanks – just shared on facebook!.

  192. Dionne R said:

    These little bites look scrumptious! Can’t wait to try them. I think the food that says holidays to me is the vinatarta (Icelandic cake) that my mom makes every year at Christmas time. One of these days I will work on a GF version…

  193. Dionne R said:

    I posted on Facebook!

  194. Kate said:

    Classic turkey dinner says home for the holidays to me!

  195. Michelle said:

    My grandma’s Swedish meatballs taste like Christmas to me.

  196. Megan said:

    Christmas cookies were always my favorite but when I learned I couldn’t eat gluten or sugar, I was so sad I couldn’t eat everyone’s traditional cookies. But, I love that more good allergy & gluten free cookbooks & recipes are now available so I can enjoy my favorite holiday food once again!

  197. Megan said:

    I shared on Facebook

  198. Megan said:

    I shared this on twitter too.

  199. Christine B said:

    Pumpkin used to be my main holiday food, until pregnancy food aversions kicked in and made me dislike all things squash. So for this year I think it’s fudge that makes me most think of the holidays.

  200. jodie said:

    I am having so much fun learning about more GF sites. I have been stuck on 3 main blogs lately this is sooooo fun!

  201. Cara said:

    My favorite meal is not so much about what I am eating, but more about who I am with. :)

  202. Carissa said:

    My Grandma’s Cranberry Butter is definately what I look forward too every year!

  203. Carissa said:

    Shared on Facebook.

  204. Andrea said:

    I love all Christmas sweets! Baking treats all through December is so much fun. Our family recipe to make every year is pumpkin roll.

  205. Annie said:

    Essential to the holiday season? Smells from baking.
    And Home for the Holidays ROCKS!

  206. Stephanie said:

    Thanks for the give-away… I love the classic Christmas cookies and frosting them all as a family! I also especially love clam chowder for our Christmas meal — Christmas is usually the only time we make that soup so I look forward to it every year!

  207. Stephanie said:

    I’ve shared this post on Facebook!

  208. Stephanie said:

    I tweeted this post — @livelocaliveraw

  209. Robyn said:

    I would love to win one of these beautiful cookbooks!
    I can’t seem to pick just one dish,,,,I tried as I was reading all the entries but to me it’s the whole combo of Turkey(not as of this year–gone vegan), broccoli/cauliflower with cheese sauce, homemade cranberry sauce, homemade dressing and the pumpkin pie!

  210. Cinnamon Sticky Rolls (Oven or Crock Pot Method) | Gluten free recipes, resources, and news. Easy allergy friendly recipes and baking tips using Jules Gluten Free Flour. said:

    [...] of course, the grand prizes! My pal Stephanie from GlutenFreebyNature posted an out-of-this-world pumpkin-chocolate chip cookie (vegan, nut-free & soy-free too!) yesterday, so you never know what you will find to make your [...]

  211. Christine K said:

    Shared on Facebook: pumpkin chocolate chip cookies caught my eye and am making them right away – so delicious looking with great ingredients.

  212. Meghan W. said:

    Roasted veggies, chestnuts. I’m always into brussel sprouts during the holidays. Or any form of a dish with winter squashes and sweet potatoes are all up there. And making my mom’s awesome shortbread which we will be trying to make gluten/grain-free this year. Those all say holiday to me.

  213. Ellen said:

    It is a tie between gingerbread and pumpkin pie for me! They both capture the essence of the holidays.

  214. Sherry said:

    I would love to win some of your prizes!

  215. Amanda said:

    To me, cookies are what say the holidays! Especially pecan tassies – mmmmmm

  216. Shani said:

    for me holiday food is all about sweet potatoes…i love finding new ways to cook them!

  217. Amy said:

    Cranberry anything and pecan pie are 2 things that I most associate around the Christmas Holiday. Your pumpkin chocolate chip cookies sound delicious.

  218. christine said:

    LOVE the chocolate and pumpkin recipe!! anything with chocolate and pumpkin are holiday time for me!

  219. christine said:

    facebooked it! for the giveaway!

  220. christine said:

    Tweeted it and am a follower now too!

  221. Amy in Austin said:

    I made roasted lamb for Christmas dinner last year, which turned out to be the perfect thing.

  222. Amy in Austin said:

    Tweeted about this! (@hullcove)

  223. Amy in Austin said:

    Pinned this!

  224. Sarah C said:

    Oh, you just gained my full attention! I love making cookies like this, actually I was wondering how I was going to change my already-altered recipe for cookies into gluten free, I think that you just did the work for me! This is exciting! I really love pumpkin spices and, of course, chocolate in this season. Actually, tomorrow my family is coming over for cookie baking day and I think that I will have to try this recipe. This kind of recipe is what I love for the holidays!

  225. Sarah C said:

    Just shared this with my friends on facebook! I just can’t wait to try them!

  226. jessica said:

    I always look forward to prime rib dinner on christmas eve, and I make a overnight breakfast casserole and monkey bread for christmas morning. This year I will be substituting gluten free bread in the casserole but I am stil trying to figure out how I will make monkey bread when I used to use Rhodes frozen Rolls Hmmmmmm any suggestions?

  227. Shaina said:

    Cookies make me think of the Holidays for sure!

  228. Anne J said:

    This look yummy! Pecan pie or my mom’s stollen (not yet adapted to GF & DF) mean the holidays!

  229. Shaina said:

    Shared on Facebook!

  230. Shaina said:

    “Pinned” it!

  231. Amy said:

    Smell of Turkey roasting in the oven!

  232. Ellen C. said:

    I love Snowball cookies (also called Mexican Wedding cookies) with hot cocoa, and tangerines are a necessity for us during Christmas time. Also love to make Persimmon cookies. They are so moist and delicious! Happy holidays to one and all! God bless!

  233. Karen said:

    For me it doesn’t matter what food it is as long as it is shared with the people I love. What defines the holidays is all of us in the kitchen working on the meal. I am partial to the turkey….especially the skin (I know, I know….) but we’ve had ribs, hams, stroganoff….it doesn’t matter as long as my peeps are there.

  234. Moriah said:

    My aunts’ molasses cookies says “home for the holidays” to me. :)

  235. Kristine said:

    This time of the year I love cookies and treats! It has been so much harder to bake this year due to my boyfriends intolerance to Gluten! I can’t wait to view your gluten free recipes, and resume some of our holiday traditions!

  236. Sharon said:

    Pumpkin always makes me think of holidays, but another must for us has always been chocolate pie.

  237. Elise S said:

    Pumpkin pie, pumpkin pie! (feeling redundant as I’m posting the same thing on each blog, but it is my fav!)

  238. Karlee said:

    What a fabulous set of giveaways!

  239. Kristin W. said:

    Milk chocolate covered orange jelly sticks are my favorite! I would love to win this!

  240. Deb said:

    The cookies look fantastic. A Christmas Turkey Dinner use to be my family traditional dinner until I got married. My husband’s family always did a pot of meatballs and sausage and the day was more relaxing. We as a family look forward to the meatballs and sausge and the day together.

  241. Stephanie said:

    The essence of the holidays in meal from can be a lot of things for me :) Cookie and treat platters, that perfectly cooked prime rib roast dinner, or even a glass of eggnog.

  242. kim c said:

    I love all the finger food we have at Christmas and the cookies

  243. Sarah Sheen said:

    Thanks for the awesome recipe! The essence of my holidays happens to be my mom’s sour orange meringue pie. We live in the Sonoran Desert where sour oranges grow wild and plentiful.

  244. Stephanie said:

    Jessica –

    How about Paleo Parents’ Monkey Bread they just posted a few days ago ?? Looks divine http://paleoparents.com/2011/paleo-monkey-bread-for-gfes-home-for-the-holidays/

  245. Erica Autry said:

    I love anything with sweet potatoes!

  246. Erica Autry said:

    posted on facebook

  247. Erica Autry said:

    tweeted

  248. Erica Autry said:

    pinned

  249. Sandy said:

    Fruitcake. The dark, heavy kind with all the horrifying, artificially-colored candied fruit. Love it. My mother had a recipe she clipped out of a magazine 60-odd years ago, and we made it every winter. Funny – the aunt who liked it least, always was happy to receive one, as she did a lot of entertaining, and thought a couple slices of fruitcake rounded out a New Year’s buffet cookie platter perfectly, and she’d always have a few guests who liked it.
    Now, I suppose I’d use dried fruit (except for the citron and citrus peel – that has to be candied). But we treated it like candy rather than cake – a 2×2″ piece was a full serving; nobody ever OD’d on it.

  250. Cindy W. said:

    Ham with cheesy potatoes is our traditional Christmas Eve dinner.

  251. Karen Culbertson said:

    My favorite holiday dish is Berry Mallow Yam Bake – made it gluten-free this year and thought it was fabulous – kids thought it tasted grainy and had to make it the original way for them – drats!

  252. Larisa said:

    I love lasagna for the holidays – not very traditional, but I can do one gluten free vegan, and another meaty one for the rest of the family, and everyone is thrilled . And for desserts – anything with pumpkin, or a apple cranberry pie!

  253. Shelby said:

    Steamed Cranberry Pudding with Golden Sauce will always be the essence of the holidays for me! My grandmother (whose family was British) made this pudding every year and hid special coins in the bottom of some of the dishes for lucky people to find. This dish will always remind me of the warmth and love of my grandma, besides the fact that it is super yummy. I just have to figure out how to make it gluten and refined sugar-free so that I can keep on enjoying it and pass it on to my own children!

  254. Lisa Northcutt said:

    I love sweet potatoes. Although we eat them throughout the fall, Holidays would be incomplete if they were not on the table.

  255. Christie said:

    My family’s quintessential holiday dish is persimmon pudding, with a buttery sweet foamy sauce. This is a pudding in the English sense, a steamed pudding that is more a moist cake than what American’s think of as pudding. It is soooo good. Being grain free, that was a “must convert” recipe. And, after a few tries, we have a very good version. Thank goodness, because the holidays just wouldn’t be the same without it.

  256. Christie said:

    Posted on Facebook.

  257. Amanda M said:

    I pinned! :)

  258. elisa said:

    Another great blog found through this event. Yay!!! I have the Whole Life Nutrition cook book and LOVE it! I’ll have to check out the GF Asian Cook Book too.

  259. elisa said:

    Shared on FB :)

  260. sandra g said:

    The cookie tray is usually the most looked for item on our buffet table!. I try to make something new to add each year.peanut butter & chocolate is my favorite , coming in a close second is pumpkin & chocolate!Thanks for a yummy recipe…

  261. Billie Zinke said:

    I’m going to start by buying the ingredients for these pumpkin cookies. I love pumpkin anything.

    Thanks for the opportunity to win. :)

  262. Billie Zinke said:

    I shared on FB with my gluten free and vegan friends.

  263. Chrystal in Canada said:

    This year I am really learning about Hanukkah, and am planning to make potato latkes, and GF Sufiganyot (I’ve probably misspelled that!). I hope these are new traditions that are eagerly anticipated in years to come!

  264. Tamara said:

    Love perogies and nachinka – traditional Ukrainian dish!

  265. Diamond said:

    Before gluten free, Christmas was Chinese buffet, now it is smoked brisket. But, there has always been orange rolls and egg casserole for breakfast!

  266. seeks said:

    Apparently I always come back to the sweets: cinnamon rolls, Russian sweet bread and pashka, pie, and flan. I love those for the holidays.

  267. Diamond said:

    and I pinned

  268. Rowan said:

    I think that my mom’s spinach dip for Christmas Eve hors d’oeuvres is the dish that means ‘holidays’ for me. It’s not the same without it – we ask for it every year when we get together!

  269. Rowan said:

    I shared this on Facebook!

  270. Rowan said:

    And also on Twitter. :) Thanks for participating in this give away!

  271. Sarah L. said:

    The grilled turkey is a tradition that my in-laws have been doing forever so for me it is relatively new and one of my new favorites. And what is fabulous is that my brother-in-law’s wife is GF and vegetarian and she always makes something different but always delicious!

  272. Sarah L. said:

    I shared on Facebook

  273. Sarah L. said:

    I also Stumbled!

  274. Amy said:

    I love the idea of this cookie. I have been craving pumpkin and chocolate a lot lately. I even made pumpkin rice pudding for breakfast! Gotta love fall/winter!

  275. Tessa Domestic Diva said:

    some sort of sweet roll for breakfast!

  276. Tessa Domestic Diva said:

    tweeted

  277. Tessa Domestic Diva said:

    I also shared this on facebook!

  278. Gail said:

    I have to say that our favorite dish during Christmas is the turkey, dressing and the graaaaaaaaaaaaavy! Of course, we can’t forget the veggies too along with the assortment of wonderful desserts.

    Merry Christmas.

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  280. kate said:

    swedish meatballs. not sure why

    these cookies are adorable!

  281. Charis @ MannaTreats said:

    captures the essence of the holidays? swedish tea ring or puppy chow with wassail :)

    shared about it on my blog: mannatreats.com

  282. Karol said:

    Homemade cranberry sauce is a must have holiday dish for me.

  283. Karol said:

    I shared the contest on facebook.

  284. Gretchen Corbin said:

    love the bite-sized holiday treats! I can’t wait to make these.

  285. Gretchen Corbin said:

    just tweeted about this. thanks for posting this great recipe

  286. Amanda Hopper said:

    One of my favorite things to have during the holidays is a Tom and Jerry (egg whites and sugar mixed with hot water and brandy). I’ll have to see if I can find a healthier replacement for it this year! These pumpkin chocolate chip cookies look so good! Thank you for sharing them! :)

  287. Eileen said:

    pumpkin is very holiday but anything sweet, cookies, fudge, etc. is all the holidays

  288. Elizabeth said:

    it’s not really a dish, but my mom always made glazed poppyseed bread and I have yet to find a good gf recipe for it! also, I really want the Gluten Free Asian Kitchen!

  289. Annette said:

    Mmm, my favorite dish at Christmas is turkey and shortbread cookies….

  290. Carol said:

    Fresh cranberry relish, gingerbread cookies, and painted cutouts are all needed to our holiday special. But I’d love to try your yummy sounding cookie, too!

  291. tanya ci said:

    Posted on FB.

  292. tanya ci said:

    My favourite holiday dish would be veggies and cheese sauce thought we actually don’t have it anymore!

  293. tanya ci said:

    Tweeted :) Hopalong15

  294. Marykay said:

    For me, its pecan pie! I love it!!! Found a great GF crust recipe this year :)

  295. Marykay said:

    I shared on Facebook

  296. Marykay said:

    pinned this post too! looking forward to trying the cookies

  297. dawn said:

    well i think the essence of the season has much to do with giving… in that i think of cookies as they are often traded and shared.

  298. Alena M said:

    A large meal with family and friends says holiday to me!

  299. Audrey J said:

    Any meal I can spend with family and friends is the essence of the holidays to me.

  300. pat J said:

    Scalloped carrots is a must at Christmas. But, these pumpkin cookies look terrific…a must try.

  301. pat J said:

    I shared on facebook

  302. a8ala said:

    Pumpkin anything and roasted vegetables.

  303. Micki said:

    These sound awesome! I will be adding another cookie to the cookie tray! One of my holiday traditions is to make Date Nut bread. I loved when my mom made them in the soup can tins! She said she is working on a GF version for me. :)

  304. Micki said:

    I tweeted!

  305. Micki said:

    I posted on Facebook!

  306. Josie said:

    Mmmm…pumpkin! I’m a sucker for any pumpkin recipes, and your cookies look fantastic! As for a recipe that captures the holidays, it would have to be my Mom’s once-a-year roasted almonds.

  307. Laurie said:

    These sound awesome…I love pumpkin anything! And my moms german pancakes.

  308. connie said:

    Mom’s candies sweet potatoes say holiday for me!

  309. connie said:

    Shared on fb

  310. Stephanie said:

    Have you ever had trouble with these not baking…they’ve been in the oven for over 15 minutes and aren’t…baking? Did I do something wrong? Help!!!

  311. Linda C said:

    Having dessert after the Christmas Eve Candlelight Service has always been very special to me.

  312. Lisa said:

    Honey baked ham is a holiday staple for us…and all the yummy cookies!!

  313. Sarah B said:

    Love pumpkin and chocolate! Baking lots of cranberry, apple, and oats too!

  314. Coleen said:

    my mom’s cookies!! now I have to figure out how to convert them to gf!

  315. Coleen said:

    shared on fb!

  316. Coleen said:

    tweeted!

  317. Allyssa said:

    So I’ve been looking for a way to finish using up my cans of pumpkin. THIS! I am definitely going to try this out, as for me, it’s the cookies for dessert that make the holidays for me. It’s a labor of love, for sure. Thank you again for sharing this!

  318. Joy said:

    In my previous life without food allergies–my grandma’s homemade dinner rolls. I’ve begun a new quest to find a new dish that captures the holiday spirit!

  319. Laura said:

    For me, the meal that captures the essence of the holidays is roast beef, mashed potatoes and yorkshire pudding!

  320. Laura said:

    Pinned it!

  321. Laura said:

    Shared on facebook!

  322. Andrew said:

    Egg nog and spritz cookies make the holidays for me.

  323. Andrew said:

    Posted on fb.

  324. Amy LeTourneur said:

    My family’s favorite holiday treat is snowball (aka Pfeffernusse) cookies. This year I’ll have to try to make them g-free!

  325. Amy Whitehurst said:

    I LOVE ham at the holidays! Other than that, I’m looking for new standards now that I’m gluten free!

  326. Amy Whitehurst said:

    I pinned it on Pinterest

  327. Amy Whitehurst said:

    I tweeted the giveaway!

  328. Janis said:

    potato pancakes!!

  329. Janis said:

    I shared this on facebook.

  330. Sarah said:

    I have always loved cranberry sauce & I just tried Sarah Schatz’s Spiced Cranberry Sauce tonight that is sugar-free & very delicious! (heartofcooking.com)

  331. Linda S. said:

    These look amazing. I love pumpkiny baked goods. :) Thank you for sharing!

  332. CeCe said:

    Oh! When I see gluten free, vegan and soy free for a recipe (a cookie one especially :)) my heart just smiles. Thank you, I will be trying these this week!

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