Free From Plain Cookie Baking

Free From Plain Cookies

 Free From Plain Cookie Baking

Hey all,
Anyone fancy a recipe on the ol’ blog today? I have a food section on this site of mine that needs filling – What better way then to post loads of yummy food, tried and tested by yours-truly. This will include Free From recipes & Non Free From recipes and even just a bit of food porn images purely for inspiration of course.

This post is LONG overdue I started it ages ago, it was casually sitting in my drafts as you can tell from the theme of the cookies it was an Easter post oops! I just can’t seem to get myself organised but I’m getting there slowly I’ve set myself selected days to post certain posts – Lets see how well that goes.

So if you fancy a simple Free From Plain Cookies recipe then continue reading. Below I have also listed where you can find your free from ingredient.

Free From Plain Cookie Baking
Free From Plain Cookie Baking
Free From Plain Cookie Baking

Buy Free From ingredient here:
Gluten & Wheat Free Flour*
Soya Spread/butter*

Plain Free From Cookies
Serves 1
A very simple Free From recipient for cookies
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Prep Time
10 min
Cook Time
15 min
Total Time
25 min
Prep Time
10 min
Cook Time
15 min
Total Time
25 min
  1. 8oz Soya Butter (softened)
  2. 4oz Caster Sugar
  3. 10oz Plain Free From Flour
  4. 1tsp Mixed Essence
  5. Colorful Icing
  6. Sprinkle Decoration
  1. Preheat the oven at 170oC (375oF) or gas mark 3
  2. .
  3. Cream the butter in a large bowl or in a food mixer until it is soft.
  4. Add the sugar and beat until the mixture is light and fluffy.
  5. Sift the flour into the mixture and add optional ingredients (Essence).
  6. Bring the mixture together in a figure of eight until it forms a dough.
  7. Using your hands, make walnut sized balls and place them slightly apart from each other on a tray or roll out your dough and use shape cutters like e have.
  8. Flatten the balls with the back of a fork or fingers and bake them in the oven for around 15 mins until they are golden brown and slightly firm on top.
  9. Place the cookies onto a cooling rack and leave them there for around 15 mins.
  10. Once cool decorate and serve.
  1. You can use any essence of your choice
  2. You can make it fun by adding icing and sprinkles
Adapted from For Free From Goodness Shop Here!
Berice Baby | London Lifestyle Blog

Until Next Time… Charlotte x

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  1. This is FAB I really need to work from basics while I am actually learning to bake and cook, so just what I needed xx

  2. These look great! Must give them a go something. Thanks for sharing xx

  3. Look yummy

  4. hyhy, your rabbit look like imps 😉 great 🙂

  5. They’d be great for baking with the kids.

  6. i may be needing this recipe soon.

  7. Pam Francis Gregory

    Look lovely!

  8. My best friend would love these as she can’t have gluten

  9. These look simple and fun, just what you need when baking with the kids

  10. Look very tasty and fun!

  11. These look good and the sort of thing I could get the kids involved in. Have never used soya butter before…will need to see if its something my local supermarket stocks!!

  12. Nice looking cookies. Good to consider those who have an intolerance to gluten.

  13. My sister would love these- she has to have gluten free foods and has a sweet tooth!!