Cookie Countdown 22

By :DairyFreeGina

Every year I invite Blogger friends to share a festive, holiday recipe . These recipes mostly include cookies but oftentimes are for other treats like cookie bars, cookie balls, breads and cakes. And while these recipes are featured for Christmas and New Year’s, many of these treats can be eaten year round.

Easiest Cookie Ever from DairyFreeGina

Just 3 ingredients makes this the perfect recipe for stress free holiday baking. Click HERE for recipe.

Salted Caramel Peanut Butter Cup Freezer Fudge – From Dr. Tara Sunshine

Vegan and Gluten Free and nut free options are available . Get the recipe HERE

Gluten Free Chocolate Crinkle Cookies from Gluten Free Mom Colorado

This chocolate cookie is gluten and dairy free. and you can find this and other recipes by clicking HERE

Viennese Crescent Cookies –from Healthy GF Family

Gluten Free and vegan with a light hint of almond. Get the recipe by clicking HERE

Vegan Gingerbread Cake –From Katie at Bake It Paleo

Not a cookie but definitely a delicious holiday treat that you will love making year after year. And since it’s not overly sweet, Katie says it makes a great breakfast treat. Get the recipe by clicking HERE

Edible Cookie Dough from Casey at Casey the College Celiac

Why wait for cookies to bake when you can just eat the dough? Check out this vegan and gluten free recipe HERE

Peppermint Patties from Allergy Awesomeness

Make a double batch because these will go fast! Dairy Free, Gluten Free, Vegan, Soy Free, Tree Nut and Peanut Free. Get the recipe by clicking HERE

Swedish Rosette Cookies from GlutenFreeDave On Instagram

These pretty cookies will look lovely on your holiday table.


2 eggs, 2 tsp sugar, 1 cup almond milk, 120 grams all purpose gluten free flour sifted, 1/4 tsp salt, 1 tbsp lemon extract ,confectioner’s sugar for dusting.

Whisk all ingredients together

Heat oil and iron to 375 degrees. Blot excess oil off iron. Place batter into iron. Transfer to oil. Fry until rolling boil ceases .Cool completely on paper towels l Dust with powdered sugar

Get more recipes from Dave by clicking HERE

Rainbow Sprinkle Cookies from Healthy GF Family

Such a fun and festive cookie! Get the recipe HERE

Italian Sesame Seed Cookies from me, DairyFreeGina !

These cookies are a must for my family during the holidays but they can be eaten anytime of the year! Click HERE for the recipe.

That’s My Jam Christmas Cookies from GFDF-Me on Instagram

A sugar cookie filled with a plum jam filling.

Made with Sweet Loren’s sugar cookie mix. Follow directions on box for making the cookies. Cool cookies and spread the jam on ne cookie and top with another cookie. Place back in oven just for the jam to slightly melt so it sets. Remove from oven and cool. Pour melted dairy free chocolate chips on top and add Christmas sprinkles. Get more delicious recipes on GFDF-Me Instagram page by clicking HERE

Candy Cane Sugar Cookies from @allergykid2006 on Instagram

Made with Hungry Harry’s Top 14 free Flour and the recipe from the Hungry Harry’s site, substituting lemon extract and adding lemon juice to the batter. The Allergy Kid used Betty Crocker cookie icing

Get the recipe and more by clicking HERE

Nana’s Pizzelle by me DairyFreeGina

I turned my grandmother’s recipe gluten free and vegan and no one knows the difference. A Pizzelle iron is required to make these cookies. Get the recipe by clicking HERE

Which is your favorite cookie from our Cookie Countdown? Share in the comments section

DairyFreeGina is allergic to milk and lamb, and eats vegan and gluten free. Gina is a life long fitness enthusiast, runner and dancer who is passionate about talking food,nutrition, health and exercise. Gina loves cats big and small, calls Disney World her 2nd home– and often blogs on these topics too

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Foodie who is allergic to milk and lamb and eats vegan and gluten free. I’m a life long fitness enthusiast , runner, dancer and passionate about talking food, nutrition, health and exercise. I am a lover of cats big and small, and call Disney World my 2nd home.

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