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These are to be baked in a special pan. I have only been able to find them by Wilton. If you find some, I highly recommend buying them. They are a great tool to have in the kichen.

Mix up the following ingrediants:

  • 1 cup white sugar

  • 2 teaspoons baking powder

  • 1 teaspoon baking soda

  • 1 teaspoon ground nutmeg

  • 1/2 teaspoon ground cloves

  • 2 teaspoons ground cinnamon

  • 1 cups all-purpose gluten free flour

  • 1 cup cornstartch

DSCN0069 These are quite simple. You can personalise them. They are tasty and fun. The first thing I do is make up a package of Bob's Red Mill Gluten Free Pizza Crust mix. After it rises I split it into 4 balls. I place 2 on opposite sides of a greased cookie sheet. Then I pat and press them out into circle like shapes.

DSCN0043 These cookies turn out even better then expected. I based them on a cookie my mother came up with this past Christmas. She used White Chocolate Mint M&Ms. They were also not gluten free. I was in the store and looking at the Andes Mint Chips. I was please to read that they are:

DSCN0029 I have been seeing a lot of lemon recipes the last week or so. I love lemon, so this was not a bad thing at all. Then; I began to see recipes for Lemon Brownies. I couldn't believe it! How could I have never had such a thing? I looked over a few recipes and none of them were gluten free. I decided that I was going to try.

26870_322083216723_1244996_n There are many, and I would like to stress again many recipes for this. This is the version we use. It is great to build sandwiches. This is one of our most used recipes.

6091_1208628540554_1524999_n I love pie. When I was young my mother would ask us what kind of cake we wanted for our birthdays. My answer was always Yum-Yum Cake or pie. My mother would always retort with "That is not a birthday cake." Well, they were my favourites and it was my birthday.

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