Allergy Free Ginger Cookies

Allergy Free Ginger Cookies

Lovely Crunchy Ginger Cookies

These are lovely crunchy cookies. The cocolate on top gives the cookie a nice smoothness which works well with the crunch!!!


75g gluten free oats
75g wheat free and gluten free plain flour
75g caster sugar(For refined sugar free add 75g stevia and 1tbsp agave syrup)
1/2tsp xanthan gum
2tsp milled flaxseed mixed with 2tbsp water
2 tsp dried ginger
75g coconut butter
3tbsp coconut milk (or any dairy free milk to bring the mixture together)
Melted dairy free chocolate to decorate


Pre-heat the oven to 170 degrees celcuis(fan).
Place the gluten free oats into the food processor and blitz into a flour. Add all the rest of the ingredients into the food processor with the gluten free oats, blitz till it comes together pour the mixture out and bring it together with your hands.
Roll the dough between two sheets of cling flim to about 1cm then cut out the cookies. Put then on the baking tray and bake in the oven for 12 minutes when baked lay them on a wire rack to cool.
When the cookies are cold decorate them with the melted chocolate. Enjoy xx

As always these cookies are gluten free, wheat free, dairy free, egg free and nut free.
These cookies are on Allergy Free Alaska’s website@


About cathalscookbookallergyfree

I am a 36 year old Mum of 3, Jack, Cathal, and Sarah Jane. Cathal has severe food allergies and this blog and webpage aim to help and support parents who find themselves having to cook allergy free meals, as I do on a daily basis.

Posted on 30/05/2013, in Biscuits/Cookies and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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