Gluten-Free Wednesdays 12/22/10

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Welcome back to Gluten-Free Wednesdays.  I hope you will join in the fun by visiting the links and adding your own.  If you receive this post by email or in a feed reader, remember to click over to my blog to see the links.  Link submission is open until Thursday night so come back and check for more links.

Monthly Challenge:  December’s challenge is to make a gluten-free cookie.  Entries submitted this week and next week will be highlighted.  You guys are doing a great job so far.

Last Week’s Highlights: There were lots of delicious cookie entries last week.

Coconut Pineapple Macaroons from Gluten Free & Loving It
Almond Cherry Cookies from Fresh Healthy Cooking
Gingerbread Stars from Sugar & Spice
Sugar Cutout Cookies from Sugar & Spice
Almond Macaroons from Sugar & Spice
Cherry Chocolate Macaroons from The Pink Cowgirl
Oatmeal Spice Cookies from Elegantly, Gluten-Free
Ginger Cake Cookies from Glugle Gluten Free

Guest Posts:  Last Friday I had a guest post from Cheryl Harris with some terrific Healthy Gluten-Free Holiday Tips.  This week I have a guest post from Gina with a great looking Gingerbread House.

My Submission:  I have one more cookie entry for this month.

sugar cookies baked


The Carnival:
  If you’re new, please read the guidelines.  All entries must leave a link back.  Failure to do so could mean that your submission gets deleted.  Thanks for participating!


This linky list is now closed.





Comments

  1. ellie rose says:

    I love the sprinkles on your cookies!
    Hope you have a lovely christmas!

  2. Pat @ Elegantly Gluten-Free says:

    Thank you for featuring my Oatmeal Spice Cookies! This week I'm entering Pecan Pie Minis — best combination of pie, candy and bite-size treat that I've come across :-)

    Have a wonderful Christmas, Linda!

    Hugs,
    Pat

  3. Thanks so much for the link. Sorry I don't have anything I baked…

  4. Stephanie says:

    I'm excited for this challenge. Cookies I can definitely do, as soon as I'm done with work and doctors for the week! Now I just have to narrow down the list of cookies I must bake before Christmas!

  5. I've decided that cookies and I just do not get along – they are my nemesis!! So umm… no cookies from me :( Instead I'm sharing the first course of our gluten free Christmas dinner from last weekend (yeah we celebrated a bit early). I hope you have a wonderful holiday Linda!

  6. Heather @ Marine Corps Nomads says:

    Cookies… I love cookies… a little too much. lol! Sugar cookies are always a big hit at my house.

    Merry CHRISTmas!

  7. gfe--gluten free easily says:

    No cookies from me this week, but what great ones you've linked to and folks have shared! Lovely sugar cookies, too, Linda. :-) The other entries are terrific, too … appetizers, yum!

    I linked up two reviews I did as part of my 25 Days to Christmas event–one of Bakery on Main products and the other on a wonderful cookbook, which does include some divine Almond-Cinnamon Fudge. :-)

    If we're still doing cookies next week, I might link up one then. ;-)

    Shirley

  8. Andrea says:

    Happy Holidays Linda!
    This week I linked to my Apricot Almond Cookies. They are gluten free, but they can be made with "regular" flour if you don't have an issue with gluten.

  9. Carol@easytobeglutenfree says:

    Thanks for hosting. Merry Christmas!

  10. Tia @Glugle Gltuen-Free says:

    Thanks so much for linking my Ginger Cake Cookies. And, I think I need to find some potato flour. I have missed Christmas Sugar cookies. And I have lots of cookie cutters just waiting.

    I didn't make any cookies this week, but I am linking up a guest post from Iris at The Daily Dietribe. Sweet Potato Biscuits. Yum!

    Thanks for hosting.

    xoxo,
    Tia

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