- Pack of five pouches (total 75 ounces)
- Non-gritty, delightfully smooth texture.
- Delicious and easy to make!
perfect cut out cookies
Makes a great dough!
This mix is quite the blessing!! It makes a dough that is actually very easy to work with (not sticky at all like with other mixes). Mix it up, and don’t even bother putting it in the fridge for hours! I roll it out between two pieces of parchment paper, make my cut outs (even the more detailed cutters work!), peel up the dough between the shapes, slide the piece of parchment paper onto a cookie sheet, and minutes later I now have the perfect cookies!! We roll ours out a little thick because we like them soft, and even then, the details of the cutter remain.
And for the cookie artists out there, this mix works well with the cookie craft books, which I also highly recommend….
Sugar Cookie Mix Pleases
Scrumptious Gluten-Free Cookies!
Tonight I made this fairly easy cookie mix for the first time. It actually needed a little more milk than the recipe called for (2-3 TBSP). I think it ended up being around 1/2 cup or a tad over. I didn’t use an electric mixer, so maybe that would have made the mixing easier than it was for me. Instead of just grabbing a TBS of mix and putting the round ball on the cookie sheet, this recipe actually tells you to roll out the dough and use a cookie cutter. Because I didn’t have one, I ended up using the mouth of a plastic champagne flute. I guess you’re supposed to have 15 cookies (depending on the size of the cutter), but I had a few more. You also might have to put it on for a couple of minutes more than what is said (12-14). Make sure that the bottom doesn’t overly brown- even if the top doesn’t look like it.
The cookies are mouth-watering on their own (by the way, there’s also a “snickerdoodle” recipe on the back); or you can make a little homemade frosting/glaze. I made a lemon frosting for mine (powdered sugar, milk, lemon flavoring, lemon juice). …I absolutely love the ingredients of all the “G F M” mixes I’ve tried! There’s no corn meal, or anything to make it have a gritty texture (like some gluten free mixes). I had really favored the “Betty Crocker” Gluten Free Chocolate Chip mix before I tried this. Now while I still love the “B C” GF mix; I’m leaning more towards this mix! The mix is so versatile, that if you wanted chocolate chips in it, I don’t see what harm it would do by adding some!! (I’ll have to try it next time, and update my comment..)
I really hope that Amazon will start selling this mix soon!
By the way, the previous 2 products from “G F M” that I’ve tried (and love) are the “Pancake & Waffle Mix”, and the “Coconut Flour Blend”. The pancakes are the absolute best that my family and I have tried, and the flour blend is so versatile (we’ve used it in sweet breads, & a cake mix)! I actually first started using it as an alternative to dusting my chicken pieces before I fried them. It doesn’t have any weird taste; in fact the unsuspecting taster would swear it was normal flour!