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These delicious, crisp chocolate cookies filled with tart raspberry jam are a great pick me up midday, or as a treat after dinner. Submitted by JO_JO_BA
Quick and easy Banana Cookie recipe. Easily adaptable and virtually allergen free as long as there's some type of nut you can eat. Gluten free if you buy gluten free oats. Can be made without the sugar, as it's optional. Great recipe for kids to do. I used it for my allergen free, kids cooking class! It went over great and the kids loved the cookies!Submitted by KIMMERS051969
These are delicious! I am not a vegan, nor a gluten free nut or anything, I love sweets and love dairy, BUT lately I have challenged myself to eat healthier and that means cutting down on a lot of those things. Being someone who is used to the sugar, egg, and creme packed deserts I will honestly say I would not know that these were as far from that as they are when tasting them! Please enjoy and if you have anything that you have tried/tweaked and thought was delecious let everyone know (and i will probably try it myself, just another excuse to make cookies)!Submitted by GOLDENGEARS5
This is adapted from JOJOMKE's recipe. I'm not sure if I entered the sodium correctly into one of the ingredients. It seems rather high, considering that I cut back on the salt. I also incorporated the cinnamon into the recipe, rather than sprinkling it with additional sugar on top.
I couldn't find unsweetend applesauce in the store, so I just peeled and cut about 5 apples and threw them into a pot with a bit of water for a couple of minutes on high (sorry, I wasn't measuring and timing), then dumped them into the food processor and whizzed them around until they were the consistency of applesauce. I used what I needed for the recipe and have the rest in the fridge. It should last a few days, at least - - - or I may put it into snack-sized zip locks and freeze for use at a later date.
The texture of GF baking isn't the same as with their glutenous cousins. In any case, this holds together well, is moist and flavourful and an easy way to start the day.
Also, I live in Kuwait, where I have not been able to get old fashioned rolled oats, so have had to make do with what I can get. I brought the GF flour back with me from North America.
I also brought back silicone muffin/cupcake liners, which are a blessing when it comes to clean-up.
Here's my version...Submitted by MALAIKA49
http://glutenfreegoddess.blogspot.com/2007/11/banana-chocolate-chip-bread.htmlSubmitted by TBAXTERLMT
I made this up for a friend's daughter. I was pleased with the way they turned out, but might try it with only corn flour and no cornmeal.Submitted by 4MOMMYKB
Taken from Elana's Pantry recipe with honey substituted for agave nectar. Almond or your fave extract can be substituted as well. We have also used a flavored honey such as tangelo.Submitted by MIRAGE727
This recipe is a gluten-free adaptation of "The Original Morning Glory Muffins" which appears in The Earthbound Farm Organics Cookbook - Food to Live By by Myra Goodman with Linda Holland and Pamela McKinstrySubmitted by CMCOLE
Gluten Free, Oil Free, Dairy Free, Sugar Free, High Protien BreadSubmitted by NIENIE*