Gluten Free Snickerdoodles

Gluten Free Snickerdoodles.  I have had a lot of requests for a cleaner version of the snickerdoodle.  So when Wholesome Sweeteners sent me a sample of all their products, I knew that now was the time to make a healthy gluten free snickerdoodle.

These gluten free snickerdoodles came out really good!
gluten free snickerdoodles

These came out really good!  Between my husband and older daughter, they didn’t last long!  I got about 12 cookies in my batch.  They should last a week or so, but if you plan on keeping them longer, you can refrigerate or even freeze them.

Gluten Free Snickerdoodles

Yields 12 cookies

Gluten Free Snickerdoodles

The classic cookie made gluten free!

10 minPrep Time

15 minCook Time

25 minTotal Time

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Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 350.
  2. In a large bowl , combine all the dry ingredients.
  3. In another bowl , combine all the wet ingredients.
  4. Add dry to wet and mix until combined.
  5. Roll dough into balls and coat them in the sugar/cinnamon mix.
  6. Place onto a lined baking sheet .
  7. Once all the balls are rolled and coated, use your palm to flatten them out.
  8. Bake in the oven for 13-17 minutes, depending on your oven. Enjoy!

Notes

To get the oat flour, I just used my Vitamix to grind up rolled oats into a flour. If you do that, make sure the rolled oats you buy are gluten free. Some are produced in factories that also produce wheat.

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234 thoughts on “Gluten Free Snickerdoodles

  1. A few years ago my doctor told me to stay awaoconut due to it increasing bad cholesterol. Anyone else hear that as well or has that been debunked as a myth? Can the coconut be replaced with a different sweetener? If so, what do you recommend?
    1. New evidence is showing that coconut has some health benefits. http://authoritynutrition.com/top-10-evidence-based-health-benefits-of-coconut-oil/ Not all saturated fats are bad. I would avoid saturated fats in all processed foods for sure. A little coconut isn't going to be bad at all. If you wanted to replace the coconut sugar, you can use another sweetener. Just sub it cup for cup.
  2. Hi! These look great and man have I missed cookies! So, I am totally grain free and wondering how these would work with Almond flour? I suspect a binding agent would be missing but don't know enough about baking and I don't want to waste ingredients.
    1. I'm not sure. I haven't tried yet with almond flour. I do agree that a binding agent may be needed. My guess would be another egg, but I don't know for sure.

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