Friday, March 16, 2018

EASY Gluten-Free Easter Cut-Out Sugar Cookies

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A couple of years ago, I had fun baking and decorating these Easter Egg Sugar Cookies. Pamela's Sugar Cookie Mix are so easy, you simply add a stick of butter, and 1 egg, mix together, roll out dough and that's it! Then you're ready to cut out your Easter cookie shapes.

The tulip cookies are so cute, but sadly, my frosting skills failed. BUT, they were still deliciously edible. Better luck next time!

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Easy Gluten-Free Easter Sugar Cookies




We made tulip cut-out cookies too!

Tulip cookies ready to frost!

My daughter helping...
    
    Egg cut-out cookies fresh out of the oven!
See how easy it is? It's so easy, especially for non-bakers like me. And I'm very pleased EVERY time I bake with Pamela's mixes. I have used this sugar cookie mix numerous times now and I couldn't be happier with it. 



Don't worry, you still have time to get your Sugar Cookie Mix before Easter! You have plenty of time to run to the grocery store (should find it in the "Gluten-Free" or "Organic/Health" sections) or more conveniently, order from Amazon - it'll be at your door in just a couple of days. 

19 comments:

  1. my boys would love to make these to take to Grandma's for Easter dinner! Amy (Guillaume) Linderman

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  2. Oh those look so good! I have to try those...I miss the fun sugar cookies since celiac disease diagnosis. I always make regular cookies for the rest of the family, but never make any for me. I would love to make these so that I could have some too! :) My mouth is watering! :)

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  3. My favorite dessert is a gluten and dairy free jello with strawberries.

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  4. amy guillaume lindermanApril 1, 2017 at 6:44 PM

    mine is angel food cake with a nice spring colored frosting and some strawberries

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  5. Most my kids are gone and out but I still have my celiac buddy at home so this would be really special. He loves cookies, and the more color the better.

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  6. I love homemade carrot cake with cream cheese frosting!

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  7. I usually bake a carrot cake in the shape of a bunny but this year I also have my eye on a delicious coconut cake recipe that I pinned!

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  8. I love cadbury eggs and those cute colorful cupcakes and cookies xo

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  9. This recipe looks delicious, I need to try it out my son and husband will love it. πŸŒΈπŸ°πŸ’•

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  10. We have food allergies and Celiacs running around this house! I love making cut out cookies with my girls and this would be amazing!

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  11. I love sugar cookies and custard pie for Easter desserts! ☺ πŸ‘ πŸ•Š 🐰

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  12. After my daighter was diagnosed with celiac I made a gluten free blueberry pie from scratch with a bunny face it was so amazing

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  13. Our favorite Easter dessert is a gluten-free dairy free carrot cake with dairy free cream cheese icing!!!!

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  14. Favorite dessert EVER is cheesecake but sugar cookies are a close second!

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  15. We always made cupcakes and decorated them to look like easter baskets. I'm planning to use Pamela's cake mixes this year.

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  16. Kim NiewiadomskiApril 2, 2017 at 3:35 PM

    My favorite Easter dessert is just chocolate Cadbury creme eggs.

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  17. I really like Easter ham. Patricia

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  18. Though not a traditional Easter dessert, Sticky Toffee Pudding.

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