With the holidays coming up, we figured we’d share our super-easy, super-yummy, vegan, gluten-free ginger snaps recipe! Of course, while we’re writing this in November (hence the reference to the holidays), ginger snaps are good any time of year!
If you are struck by a sudden craving for almond cookies, this is the recipe for you! Easy, gluten-free, vegan, and utterly delicious, these cookies will definitely hit the spot! They are reminiscent of those almond cookies that you get at a Chinese restaurant, although if you are used to the super-crunchy almond cookies from a Chinese restaurant, these are a bit softer and chewier (which frankly we prefer – fewer crumbs and no sharp edges stabbing you in the gums or the roof of your mouth!)
These cookies are so rich and delicious, yet are made with only five ingredients! You probably remember pecan sandies from your childhood — sweet and nutty, such a perfect treat to hit that sweet spot.
Sometimes you want to whip up something sweet, but you don’t want to make a big production out of it. You desire quick satisfaction without spending the entire day baking.
This one-bowl Whole Foods tahini cookie copycat recipe is delicious, and so easy to make that you’ll want to make it again and again!
This gluten-free, dairy-free, vegan chocolate chip cookie recipe is so versatile, you can make it with many different flours and sweeteners!
These vegan, gluten-free dessert balls are so delicious that you’ll want to eat them up immediately. Do it, because they are so easy to make that you can quickly and easily make more! We have to confess that when we developed these our first thought was “Unhh”. (Our second thought was of that classic SNL skit, with Alec Baldwin’s Pete Schweddy and his delicious Schweddy Balls.) They aren’t very pretty (although there are ways to make them prettier), and they don’t have many ingredients, and they are incredibly easy to make, so yeah, we were dubious. Until we bit into one (ok, we put the whole thing in our mouth). Whoaaaa! We immediately dubbed these “Amazeballs”.
Chewy Yet Crispy Vegan, Gluten-Free Peanut Butter Cookies For the Win! Also Sunflower Seed or Almond Butter!
There’s just something about peanut butter cookies that is hard for folks to resist. Maybe it’s the sweet, nutty flavor. Or it could be because the cookies are soft in the center, but wonderfully crispy on the outside. Or because they remind us so much of our childhoods…..
These are not your mother’s oatmeal chocolate chip cookies! (sorry, Mom). Our vegan, gluten-free treat is scrumptious, sweet, and nourishing, without the use of butter or other animal products.
Most of the gingerbread we ate during the holidays tended to be kind of dry and stale. This is a shame, because gingerbread cookies, cooked properly, are simply awesome.
Thanksgiving is barely behind us, and we’re already thinking about all the cookies we’re going to eat in December. Really, is it even the holiday season without cookies? It’s the time of year when you’re most tempted to stray from a vegan, gluten-free diet, because most of the offered desserts are packed with dairy and wheat. Still, there is no reason why you should miss out on the fun, just because you’re trying hard to be healthy. These cookies aren’t exactly a diet food, but they are vegan, gluten-free, and delicious!
I have had the recipe for no-bake chocolate oatmeal cookies made on the stovetop for more than 40 years. Now I have turned these wonderful (and fast and easy) treats into gluten-free and vegan no-bake chocolate oatmeal cookies!
Our gluten-free vegan double chocolate cherry cookies recipe is fabulous for Valentine’s Day, Christmas, or really any day; after all who doesn’t love the combination of chocolate and cherry?! (And hey, if you know someone who doesn’t love the combination of chocolate and cherries, more for you!) Our recipe uses almond flour (which goes so well in this recipe), raw cacao, and chocolate chips, all three of which we get from Costco, as well as organic dried cherries (also from Costco), and maple syrup or agave (ditto), which is why this is designated a vegan Costco recipe.