I’m participating in a fun Cookies & Kisses blog hop, sponsored by author, Tawny Weber: Dec. 1-12.
You can get the Cookies & Kisses free recipe book here.
My recipe for my favorite kind of cookie, Gluten-Free Ginger Cookies, is there!
I’ve been eating gluten-free for almost four years now and stopped eating cookies because of that choice. Now, there’s lots of great gluten-free cookies out there and flour mixes. If you try my recipe, let me know how it goes!
In honor of the blog tour, I’m giving away 1 copy of each of my romance novellas.
Just use this Rafflecopter tool to enter the giveaway. I’ll pick winners after the end of the hop.
About each of these romances here.
9 thoughts on “Christmas Cookie Love: Gluten-Free Ginger Cookie and more!”
a Christmas carol
Thanks for stopping by, bn100!
Hi! I love watching Christmas movies. Some of my favorites are Scrooged, The Grinch (Jim C. version), Home Alone,……the list goes on forever….LOL.
I’ve not read your books yet, but have downloaded the free short 0.5 and think I’m going to love it. Congrats!
Thanks, Brenda! Enjoy!
This is great, we have some young people from our church over and one is gluten free as a medical necessity. We are always looking for good things to feed her that we all will like. Thanks.
I’m a White Christmas girl, with the Grinch and all of the old Frosty, Island of Misfit Toys, Rudolph, etc.
Looking forward to your short above. Thank you and have a wonderful Christmas and holiday season.
To you, too, Cheri! Hope you pass on the gluten-free recipe!
Hmmm, fav Christmas stories… I have enjoyed quite a few holiday romances through the years… a recent fav is Christmas Magic by Sandra Edwards… what a great short story!
Thanks for stopping by, Colleen! I haven’t read Sandra Edward’s story. I’ll check it out!
My niece has gone gluten free and I’ve been scrambling for recipes that both the gluten free people and the gluten people both like. My biggest disappointment was when I found out that Quaker Rolled Oats weren’t gluten free because they are processed in the same plant where they make products with flour. I’d love to hear what other gluten free recipes you’ve had success with!