When I was searching for the best Christmas cookies, I decided to pull together these 20 Gluten Free Christmas Cookies. They’re the best gluten free cookies for Christmas and you’re going to love each one.
And I would know. I love Christmas cookies, but I totally respect the fact that some of my family can’t have gluten. So, I’ve come up with the best gluten free Christmas cookies to try!
TIPS FOR MAKING THE BEST CHRISTMAS COOKIES
- Make sure to actually follow the recipe. I know that sometimes, if you’re experienced at baking you can make some pretty yummy stuff without measuring, but with a lot of gluten-free recipes, you will not like the results.
- If your recipe calls for icing, you can easily mess that up, even if you follow the recipe to the letter. Be also be sure to think about the consistency you want the icing to be while you’re making it. If you put just a smidge too much coconut milk in royal icing, it can be too flowy–and while you can add more of something, you can never take something out. So, just be cognizant of that and make sure you’re taking care when making icing.
- If you’re wanting to make these cookies for a cookie exchange party you’re driving to, be sure to pick a cookie that’s going to travel well. You might want to pack some of the more fragile versions into a tissue-paper filled box instead of just loose in the box.
20 Gluten Free Christmas Cookie Recipes
These chocolate cookies are soft and chewy 4-ingredient rich hazelnut flavored cocoa cookies
These cookie bars are so decadent and chewy, and absolutely one of the best Christmas cookie recipes ever.
These soft and chewy gluten free sugar cookies are covered in a rich, creamy cashew frosting making them undetectably vegan and perfect for any occasion,
These German holiday cookies are crunchy with a hint of spice and make a delicious treat all year long.
These vegan and gluten free ginger snaps have a deep sweet flavor and the ultimate cookie to warm you up on a cold winter night.
A tasty chocolate kiss wrapped in a sweet hug of cookie?! This is an amazing Christmas cookie recipe if I ever saw one.
These cookies are pretty and delicious and a soft and chewy version of a gluten-free gingersnap cookie.
Kids will love these holiday butter cookies with sprinkles but are not only grain and gluten free but 100% dye free!
Try these no chill sugar cookies that taste delicious and are so easy to make.
Speaking of easy gluten-free cookies...only 3 ingredients?! How is that possible?! But it is...
Here’s that classic gingerbread cookie that will remind you of your grandma’s gingerbread men.
This is a perfect dessert recipe for kids, adults, and Santa too! A minty twist on the holiday crinkle cookie!
Healthy and delicious, this the perfect holiday cookie for kids of all ages!
Not only do you get to make a thumbprint cookie, which is fun, but you also get yummy caramel?! Yum!
A classic German cookie, these cinnamon stars are similar to a macaroon - made mostly with almonds, cinnamon and a meringue.
Easy low carb cream cheese cookies can be pressed or cut into festive shapes for any holiday.
This quick and easy vegan Anzac biscuit recipe is made using rolled oats, flour, sugar, butter, syrup and coconut and wonderful for any occasion or beverage.
These delicious, chewy coconut macaroons are a quick and easy treat if you or any of your holiday guests need to avoid gluten at the holidays.
These easy cookies are the perfect grain-free treat to share with family and friends this holiday season or anytime!
This easy recipe can be quickly made from ingredients you probably already have in the pantry.
Delicious cookies with cornflakes and salted chocolate are easy to make and taste so good.
Make amazing paleo cookies with grain-free flours and unrefined sweeteners that will taste delicious and nobody will even notice the difference!
These beautiful peppermint meringues are perfect for the holidays and sure to impress your guests!
TROUBLESHOOTING TIPS FOR CHRISTMAS COOKIES
I hate it when my cookies turn out flat. I have a handful of tips to troubleshoot:
- Was your butter room temperature?
- Was the oven too hot?
- Was the oven too cold- not calibrated properly or not at the right temp?
- Was your baking soda old?