Christmas Cookie Dough

Print Recipe Basic GAPS Cookie Dough Suitable from Stage 6 onwards You can make little faces on these cookies with a variety of different expressions and call them emotion cookies or you can make small gingerbread men for Christmas. Votes: 1 Rating: 5 You: Rate this recipe! Course Baking at home, Dairy free recipes, Deserts, […]

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Basic GAPS Cookie Dough
Suitable from Stage 6 onwards You can make little faces on these cookies with a variety of different expressions and call them emotion cookies or you can make small gingerbread men for Christmas.
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Prep Time 10 Minutes
Cook Time 10 Minutes
Servings
Cookies
Ingredients
Prep Time 10 Minutes
Cook Time 10 Minutes
Servings
Cookies
Ingredients
Votes: 1
Rating: 5
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Rate this recipe!
Instructions
  1. Pre-heat oven to 150 degrees Celsius for 10 minutes (no hotter)
  2. Mix all ingredients in a bowl with a spoon, followed by massaging the contents in the bowl into a ball. Depending on the consistency of the mixture, add more nut butter or coconut oil if it is too dry or more nut flour if it is too moist. You want to create a cookie dough so keep mixing and squeezing the contents with your hands so that the mixture can be pressed and ready for rolling.
  3. When you have rolled the cookie mixture into a ball on the bench top, push down with the palms of your hands to flatten it a little and then use a rolling pin to roll out the dough into a flat surface approximately ¾ cm thick.
  4. Use a cookie cutter of your choice to make Christmas shaped biscuits. We have chosen stars, but you can make ginger bread shapes or any other Christmas shape you prefer.
  5. Place the tray in the preheated oven at no more than 150 degrees Celsius for 10 minutes, keeping a close eye on them to ensure they do not burn. Almond flour burns easily so do not cook any higher than 150 degrees Celsius.
  6. Remove the tray from the oven after 10 minutes and let the cookies cool on the tray before trying to pick them up as they will be soft and may crumble. If left to cool, they will become firmer.