Gingerbread Cookies {using almond flour}

Gingerbread Cookies

Here’s another way overdue post for almond flour cookie lovers – the gingerbread cookie version of cut-out cookies. I couldn’t find my gingerbread person cookie cutter, so I used a bear. Hence, the gingerbread bears this year.

In any case, my apologies if this recipe is coming just a bit too late for you, however if you are running around furiously shopping or traveling, take a break and make some cookies. Or tuck it away for next year.

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Posted in Desserts, Gluten-Free, Lactose-Free, Paleo, SCD, Snacks, Vegetarian, Wheat-Free  |  16 Comments

16 Responses to Gingerbread Cookies {using almond flour}

  1. Sophie says:

    Your gf gingerbread cookies look so delctable & apart!!

    MMMMMM,..In your ingredinets you stated 1 egg, this really 1 egg & then 1/3 cup of honey?

  2. Naomi devlin says:

    They look fantastic! I’m a huge fan of anything gingery. Thanks for the comment over at Straight into Bed x x x

  3. J says:

    Yum! Just pulled a batch from the oven. Delicious with your version of royal icing! ….and no, I couldn’t wait for them to cool and then decorate, I just plopped some icing on a warm one and ate it right up! I think for my taste I may add more allspice or cinnimon. But right now I think I need to go eat another before they cool….its ok that I haven’t had dinner yet isn’t it??

  4. Ada says:

    I think I love you. Thank you so much for this fantastic recipe! You have a great blog!

  5. Larissa says:

    Looking forward to making these! How long do they last? I’m wondering if they’ll survive a week in the postal system for my far-away family to enjoy.

  6. Fiona says:

    Hi, I make these ginger cookies for my twin boys. Im in UK but im using American measures. I always have to add loads of extra Almond flour as the mixture is way to wet and sticky to handle. I usually have to add an extra cup full. Is this correct or am I doing something wrong?? xx

    • Erica says:

      I haven’t made these in a while but another cup sounds like a lot, on the other hand I do freeze it so it’s easier to handle. A cup of almond flour is about 4 ounces, if that helps you. This should be quite similar to the cut out cookies recipe. Hope that helps.

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  8. Shelly says:

    These look good. Thanks!!

  9. Jennifer says:

    An absolutely outrageous treat for my grandchildren. Thanks so much for giving me a great opportunity to teach them exactly what a cookie should be!

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