Tuesday, May 19, 2009

June's Gluten Free Cookie Challenge!

Aloha ~

Thanks to everyone for all of your support for
The Celiac Shack's Grand Opening!

Today I am celebrating our grand opening with my kids (The Jones Gang) by making them some awesome gluten free cookies!

I am using our Tastefully Gluten Free Multi-Purpose Cookie Dough Mix and added in our Enjoy Life Chocolate Chips!

Here is the recipe to show how simple this product is to use!
Gluten Free Chocolate Chip Cookies

You will need:

1 1/2 Sticks unsalted butter, softened
2 eggs, lightly beaten
2 tsp. gluten-free vanilla
2 cups of our Enjoy Life Chocolate Chips
(You may add M&M's or peanut butter also)
Preheat oven to 350. In a large bowl, beat butter until fluffy.
Slowly add dry mix and beat until crumbly. Add egg and vanilla
and beat until creamy (1-3 minutes). If mix is too crumbly,
add additional softened butter. Roll dough into 1" balls or drop by
the teaspoon onto cookie sheets. Bake for approximately 10 minutes,
or until slightly brown around the edges.
Let cool and enjoy!


June's Cookie Challenge ~

If you have a great gluten free cookie recipe that you'd like to submit to us, you can win a FREE gluten free cookie mix!

We will review all of our cookie recipe submissions and if your recipe is the best of the bunch, we will send you a FREE cookie mix and announce you the "WINNER" of the June Cookie Challenge in our newsletter, "The Pipeline"!

You may submit your recipes to our e-mail: theceliacshack@yahoo.com

Make them big, make them great, make them unique, just be sure to submit your best recipe into us no later than
June 19, 2009 and you could earn cookie bragging rights here at The Celiac Shack!

REMINDER: Sign up for "The Pipeline" today so you can see some of the great recipes we've received and to
learn some really creative tips for using our products in your kitchen daily!

Of course, the most important reason to sign up today is to see if you're the lucky WINNER of June's Cookie Challenge!

The Celiac Shack ~ Making Gluten Free fun one day at a time!

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