These AIP Gingerbread Cookies and Frosting taste just like my great-grandmother’s cookies. You can join the cookie decorating fun, even while on a healing diet!Jump to Recipe
COOKIES!!! I thought I would have to give up baking when I went on the AIP, but I have found ways… This year, I had a powerful yearning for gingerbread. I found my great-grandmother’s recipe for gingerbread, and adapted it, since the original had tons of sugar, and many non-compliant ingredients.
I learned something during this process which has saved me. In this recipe and any others that require rolling the dough (even my AIP pie crust!), place the dough between two sheets of parchment paper before rolling. This keeps your dough from drying out with too much flour! Try it!
One last thing. You will need a food processor for this recipe. There is just no getting around it. A good friend of mine tried to use a blender, and it didn’t work. Fortunately, Santa brought her a food processor, and it worked beautifully!
Now, I pass this recipe on to you with warm wishes for a simple, lovely holiday season.
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