One thing I love about the run-up to Christmas is the lovely smell of cookies in the kitchen. It’s the perfect excuse to get my kids together to do a spot of baking! My daughter is really interested in healthy eating so we thought we would explore the best of sugar-free baking! Perfect for anyone with diabetes … or simply trying to cut out the extra sugar in their lives.
Here’s our top 5 Sugar-Free Cookies to try this Christmas:
Is this possible, you ask? Ricki Heller debates the right name for her Agave Cookies … and decides that refrigerating your dough before cutting out is the best way to get the clean shape you’re looking for:
We loved giving this a go … and used a rolling pin from our friends at Baking Time Club to add an extra creative touch:
Okay, so it’s not a cookie. But it’s so gorgeous for the festive season. And who doesn’t need a little more sugar-free gorgeousness in their life? Check out Milena’s recipe at The Orange Pantry:
As an American I can’t get through the festive season without a bit of pumpkin! And these snickerdoodles from Whole New Mom combine all of the spices I love! And they’re gluten free to boot …
While we’re on American flavours … I can’t resist a bit of peanut butter and chocolate. My secret go-to treat. I’m so excited that we can enjoy a sugar free option:
Ginger is a lovely flavour throughout the year. That warming smell is brilliant for bringing the family together. And if you can make them sugar free and healthy, then all the better!
We've had fun this afternoon, and it should be a day or two until we need our next batch. Time for a cup of tea (and to store a couple away is these gorgeous snack boxes so I can have a treat for my lunch tomorrow!)
What sugar free cookies are you baking for Christmas? Add your recipe suggestions below! Ho! Ho! Ho!
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