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Gluten Free Holiday Cookie Exchange

by Karen on December 12th, 2010

 I am taking the plunge.  I am in the middle of studying for a huge final exam and I am baking cookies.  I just couldn’t pass up the opportunity to share some great gluten free holiday cookies with the annual cookie exchange. 

Lovely macaroons

The baking extravaganza of holiday cookies starts today, lots of them.

Their destination?

The South Seattle GIG cookie exchange. The Bellevue Gluten Intolerance Group is participating too so there should be a lot of cookies to sample.  Here is what you do:

Bring a dozen gluten free cookies to the event and take home a dozen cookies of all sorts.  I will have at least one dairy free, gluten free version in my offerings (that one is also egg and nut free). Two cookies that I will bring will also be free of eggs and gluten.

I am trying to bring a selection that will look pretty on a serving platter as well.

Snowballs, Mexican Wedding Cakes +

 I hope you can join us for this fun event.

Annual Cookie Exchange
Tues. Dec. 14, 7-9pm  

You are invited to bring 1 dozen GF cookies, either homemade (with ingredient list) or store bought (with ingredient list). When in question, include brand names of ingredients. We will exchange our cookies with everyone there.  (Plates and wrap will be provided.)  Too busy to cook or shop?  Come anyway!  Cookies are not required to attend!

Questions??  425 228 4088

Where:   We’re in Room ‘C’ Medical Arts Center !
Valley Medical Center
400 South 43rd St, Renton

From Hwy 167 head east up the hill. After clearing the 167 interchange, get in the left lane to turn left at the first light onto Talbot Rd. Drive north to the third driveway on your left. Turn left toward the lower Parking Garage.  Walk across skybridge–turn left, take elevator down to 1 and head right–end of hall Room ‘C’. Signs posted

Nanaimo bars, Macaroon Pyramids, Molasses Cookies, Snowballs, Mexican Wedding Cakes

You will join us won’t you?

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