Gluten-Free Honey Cookies – Inspired By A Book

I am getting really excited every time I find another recipe my little one would love that I can adapt and make it gluten free.

Today I am presenting a recipe for cookies that are good to make together with your kids or with your helpers, I made them with my 3-year-old, and he just loved them, although he only accepts to eat certain things. You can imagine how happy the whole family was – the kid was happy to help me prepare the cookies, he was regularly checking if they’d baked and when they were ready he just couldn’t wait to try them. Not only that, but he continued asking about those cookies day after day, they seemed to be that good 🙂

I should mention that the recipe we got from one of the books we are reading at the moment – Boris Gets Spots by Carrie Weston and Tim Warnes. In the book Miss Cluck prepared those cookies for her students. It was yummy to go to school!

The recipe is super easy to make, even my kids incl. my 3-year-old could do them, and they are ready in no time. Preparing and baking them would take you less than 25 minutes.

Hope you give them a try with your children! My kid with special needs was happy to make them and then enjoy them.

Gluten-free Honey Cookies

Ingredients:

  • 100gr soft butter

  • 2-3tbsp honey

  • 74gr self-raising gluten free flour

  • 100gr gluten-free oats

  • 75gr brown sugar

  • ½ tsp baking powder

Preparation:

  1. In a bowl, mix the soft butter and honey and stir well

  2. Add the flour, baking powder, oats and sugar

  3. Using a spoon or your hands mix them until you get nice soft batter

  4. Line a baking tray with grease-proof paper and scoop a spoon of the mixture onto it, flatten the biscuits a little bit. Leave space between every cookie

  5. Bake at 180°C for 16-20 minutes

Treat your loved ones with those delicious cookies.

If you have any suggestions, recommendations or want to share your favourite recipe for biscuits and cookies, just leave a comment below.

Have a lovely day!

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