Luckily for me, we are not gluten-free around here...I'm living on a diet I like to call the "All Gluten, All the Time Diet." BUT, I kind of fell in love with oat flour when developing a gluten-free cut-out cookie recipe for Decorating Cookies Party.
Oat flour has great texture, and makes for a substantial cookie. Oats are naturally gluten-free, but if you do suffer from Celiac disease, make sure to look for oat flour labeled as gluten-free because of cross-contamination.
These cookies: chewy, sweet, with just a little extra hint of sea salt...so good. Mr. E can't get enough of them.
I'm sharing the recipe over on Imperial Sugar.
(To find the gluten-free cut-out cookie I mentioned above, check out Decorating Cookies Party...it's a chocolate cookie that I know you'll love, gluten-free or not.)
This is month 4 of a year of oatmeal cookies for dad. Find the rest here:
Welcome to Bake at 350! I'm Bridget and I like all things sweet...especially cookie decorating. I hope you'll find some inspiration here. So, grab a chair (and a cookie) and let's get baking! [read more here >>]