Gluten-Free Peanut Butter Kiss Cookies
Total TimePrep: 20 min. + chilling Bake: 10 min./ batch
A gluten free version of one of my favorite cookies?? Thank goodness! Easy recipe. Delicious. A definite hit.
I made these for my niece that can't have gluten. She was overjoyed! I really liked them too.
I did not want to buy 3 types of flour so I just used 1 3/4 cup of brown rice flour. I thought they turned out a little bit dry but still good
Janeron, use Splenda...we use this recipe ALL the time with our Tupperware parties and because we deal with diabetics too, this is a fabulous alternative to regular sugar is he can use it!
Absolutely wonderful cookies. I used canola oil instead of shortening they turned out wonderful. Will certainly make again.
I just started cooking gluten free and am at a high altitude, so I wasn't sure if these would be good... but they're absolutely delicious! The mile high altitude here didn't pose a problem at all. The flavor is incredible - peanut butter and chocolate are my all time favorites, and my family's too. I will make these often! I didn't have the individual flours and potato starch, so I used 1 3/4 c of Bob's Red Mill Gluten Free Flour and the appropriate amt. of xanthan gum. Perfect!
I MADE THE QUICK AND EASY COOKIES SUGGESTED BY A READER. 1 C P.B. 1 C SUGAR 1 EGG 1 TSP VANILLA 3/4 C MINI SEMI.SWEET CHOC CHIPS. MIX WITH SPOON ADD CHIPS MAKE INTO 1 INCH BALLS BAKE ON UNGREASED SHEET 8 TO 10 MINS. I USED GENERIC CRUNCHY P.B. AND THESE TURNED OUT VERY GOOD, MELTED IN YOUR MOUTH EXCEPT FOR THE PEANUTS & CHIPS. MY SON WILL LOVE THEM THO TOO MUCH SUGAR MAKES HIM ITCH
I made these and had my kids and husband try before trying them myself. They loved them and were shocked when I told them they were gluten free. Since I have taken them to work and surprised co workers with the news they were gluten free. Awesome cookies!
I have a gluten free recipe just like this one but its very simple. its 1 cup peanut butter, 1 cup sugar, 1 egg and 1 tsp vanilla and then the choc kisses.. blend all together bake 350 for 8-10 minutes then add the kiss.. I got it from a Taste of Home magazine a long time ago but havent found it online yet.
do you have any gluten free recipes that don't use so many different kinds of flours or starches