Gluten-free Peanut Cookies

25th December

Gluten-free Peanut Cookies

Found in: Activities Cooking Christmas


Mike 5th Jan 2016
thank you ,look forward to trying this recipe ,also sounds delicious
WENDY 30th Dec 2015
Simple for my dementia patients to make and they taste good. I have added this recipe to my recipe book and will continue to use it with my baking group .
Another no fail recipe is lemonade scones.
3 cups SR flour, 1 cup of cream and 1 cup of lemonade. mix altogether with a knife and knead on a floured bench top. Cut out scones using a glass. You can paint milk on the top of the scones but I don't bother( they go brown regardless). Bake at 210C for 10-15 mins.
( depending on the size of the scones).
You cannot "kill' this recipe. I have had patients knead and stretch the dough (until they were satisfied), added extra flour, added yeast ( she insisted). We have used lite cream, diabetic lemonade, sometimes sifted the flour but usually don't bother and it always works and I always get compliments.
Russell 14th Dec 2015
Have used this recipe in the past and can't be less complicated , works everytime and a real crowd pleaser.
Natalie 2nd Dec 2015
How easy is that. The residents could do this very easily and enjoy it too. Look forward to making them as a Christmas treat. Thanks.
kay 1st Dec 2015
Looks like a quick and easy recipe that even the Clients can help in making them

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