Just a simple recipe to ease us back into the work week!
I chose to use Cup4Cup gluten-free flour.
I found the recipe on their site (here).
I apologize for the poor lighting, but it was 7:00p.m., and I didn't have any magnificent shadows to cast across my cookie dough!
So....you make the dough....quick and easy......
Form into a square and chill for an hour.
Lay between 2 sheets of parchment and roll to 1/4 inch thick.
This is how we roll pizza crust too.
It's so much easier than having sticky dough on the rolling pin.
We chose to use a glass to cut out circles.
The faster you work with the dough while it is chilled, the easier it is to handle.
I had 2 full cookie sheets...
I was very happy with the buttery, vanilla flavors.
*Please note, let them cool! They are very crumbly before cooling. The cooling set the cookie nicely.
And not that I tried it (wink, wink), but I bet if I did, they would be positively scrumptious with a generous smear of Nutella.
I will be linking up to Mossberry Cottage's
Pattiserie Tuesday...come on over for a peek!