These gluten free cookies make a nice treat for the coeliac in the family. I use gluten free flour with the amount of baking powder and xantham gum called for given the weight of flour, and it works very well.
Sequilhos are very light Brazilian biscuits made with cornflour that melt in your mouth, so delicious! They also happen to be gluten free if you check the label and ensure the cornflour is 100% gluten free.
A very sweet biscuit, these keep well and everyone loves them and can't tell that they are wheat and gluten free! This is my own recipe that I have developed from an old original shortbread recipe.
Melt in the mouth biscuits that are totally wheat and gluten free. They are quite small but nice for a sweet snack. For a gluten free and dairy free version, simply opt to use margarine instead of butter.
These are moister and softer than standard UK shortbread, although they still have that shortbread-like crumble on the tongue. This gluten free recipe can be enhanced with any flavour(s) you like – see the tips for ideas. Makes 24 cookies (but it's easily halved).
These delicious treats taste like muesli. The biscuits are dotted with desiccated coconut and dried fruit (of your choice). Enjoy with a hot mug of tea.
Tasty shortbread squares that are gluten free and dairy free. Everyone will enjoy this gluten free shortbread. Read your labels on the ingredients to ensure all are 100% gluten free.
A real gourmet treat for the Christmas holidays are these luscious cinnamon raisin biscotti with a twist of guava, giving them uniquely gooey sweet guava pockets within the crisp gluten free biscotti.
These gluten-free biscuits are deliciously buttery and meltingly tender. They are made with chickpea flour, butter, sugar and rose water.
Crunchy, nutty, gluten-free biscuits that are very quick to make and delicious with a cuppa. If you prefer a sweeter biscuit, then you can add a little more sugar. Of course, you can make these with normal flour if you don't need them to be gluten-free.