Today is day one of of 12 Days of Christmas Cookies – all gluten-free hosted by Maggie of She Let Them Eat Cake. For the next 11 days, we’ll have a different cookie for you to try at home. And, on the last day Maggie is hosting a linky so you can share your Christmas cookie recipes and she has fantastic prizes – a free ticket worth $350 to The Gluten-Free, Allergy-Free Expo (I’ll be there!) and 4 copies of Enjoy Life’s Cookies for Everyone!.
Tomorrow, December 2nd, stop by Adventures of a Gluten-Free Mom to see what she’s baked up for you.
Kicking it off with FREE baking supplies!
To help kick this exciting event off in a big way we’ve got a give-away from iHerb.com for you – TWO people are going to win $25 worth of product of their choice. You’ll be able to buy everything you need to bake up tons of gluten-free Christmas cookies.
I love iHerb.com not only for their fabulous selection but for their top quality service too. Best of all, you can buy almost everything I used to make these cookies at iHerb.com. I’ve linked directly to the product in my recipe so you can easily find them.
Biscotti is one of my favorite cookies so I was thrilled when my friend, Ann, mentioned that she’d like to see a SS&GF recipe. There’s something alluring about a slightly sweet, crunchy cookies that can be dunked in hot coffee or swirled in melted ice cream. Notice I said slightly sweet – biscotti isn’t a drippy sweet cookie.
The pistacho nuts & dried cranberries say “holiday” loud and clear. I sprinkled the tops of the biscotti with palm sugar before baking them for a little extra holiday pizazz.
To enter the give-away:
- Leave a comment below. I love hearing from you!
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- Share this post on FB, Twitter, or your blog.
- Visit iHerb.com and find something you’d love to add to your pantry. Share it here.
- Register on iHerb.com.
Contest rules: Contest will run until December 11th, 2010 at 11:59 pm. Winner must be registered on iHerb.com and will be announced at She Let Them Eat Cake on December 12th. Contest open internationally although international winners (anyone outside of the continental US) must pay their own additional customs taxes, fees and/or duties.