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How to Make Simple Gluten Free Christmas Cookies

How to Make Simple Gluten Free Christmas Cookies


As much as baking is fun it’s also quite time consuming and it’s especially hard to fit it in our crazy schedule during the Holidays, when we are busy with a million of other things!

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In this post, I’ll show you how to make simple gluten free Christmas cookies that look and taste hand-made… even though there is a little trick.
Look at the presentation in these photos. A few stretches of chocolate drizzle, some pretty red currants and your delicious gluten free Christmas treat is ready to go down!
The secret is to find packaged gluten free cookies that taste as good as those you would put in the oven yourself… and that allows you to forget about dirty dishes and gluten free flour all over your kitchen counter.
After trying pretty much all the brands of dairy and gluten free cookies on the shelves, I finally landed on my favorite Italian gluten free brand: Schar, which now is also available in the States!

I am absolutely in love with all of their products… Do you remember the vegan and gluten free Tiramisu I prepared with their Ladyfingers?

What I used this time to create this beautiful yet simple spread of gluten free Christmas cookies is their gluten free Honey Grams! Aside from being gluten free, they are also dairy free and vegan, and are suitable for pretty much everyone!


The ingredient list features whole corn meal, which gives a nice “grainy” flavor to these gluten free graham crackers and gives them the nice crumbly texture of a delicious pie crust.

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This treat is perfect to be served as a fun Christmas morning breakfast, especially if paired with a colorful matcha latte, which adds some green to this festive recipe and is perfect to dip the cookie and make them melt in your mouth.

…And if you are not a fan of matcha latte (yet) make sure to check out the recipe, as the simple modification I added gives a completely different and better taste!

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How to Make Simple Gluten Free Christmas Cookies

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  • Author: Ambra Torelli
  • Yield: 4 1x



For the Cookies:

  • 16 Schar Gluten Free Honey Grams
  • 30 gr 99% Dark Chocolate
  • 30 gr Dairy Free White Chocolate
  • 1 handful Red Currants
  • 1 spring of fresh Mint Leaves
  • 1 tbsp Puffed Millet

For the Matcha Latte:

  • 8 gr Matcha Green Tea Powder
  • 200 ml full fat Coconut Milk (or 500 ml your favorite plant based milk)
  • 300 ml Water (to water down the full fat coconut milk)
  • 5 leaves of fresh Basil
  • 10 leaves of Mint
  • 1 tsp Vanilla Extract


  1. Place your gluten free cookies on a cutting board. Wash the currants and mint leaves and let them dry.
  2. Warm up a small pan over the stove, keep the burner on the mininum and put in the dark chocolate, moving it around the pan until it’s completely melted.
  3. Take a teaspoon and drizzle some melted chocolate over your gluten free honeygrams.
  4. In a clean pan, repeat the same procedure for the white vegan chocolate and drizzle it on the cookies like you see in the photos.
  5. While the chocolate is still warm, decorate your gluten free Christmas cookies with some red currants, puffed millet and mint leaves. Make sure to place them on top of the melted chocolate so that they stick to it.
  6. To prepare the Matcha Latte, warm up your dairy free milk, pour it in a high speed blender together with the other ingredients and blend until the leaves are completely dissolved into the liquid.
  7. Pour your green latte in a cup and start dipping your gluten free Christmas cookies in it! ?
  • Category: Dessert
So, was this holiday recipe simple enough? I am sure you guys are going to love it (especially when you try it with this delicious matcha latte) and I can’t wait to see your recreations of this fun gluten free Christmas treat!
Make sure you tag me on Instagram when you remake this, and don’t forget to save the recipe on your Pinterest and share it on Facebook!
Have the merriest sweetest Christmas!!
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