Chewy And Delightful!
Take traditional cookies and add your own twist. This recipe for oatmeal apple cookies does just that, simply by replacing raisins for apples!
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For people with celiac disease, or those with a gluten intolerance, oats are off-limits. Fortunately, you can find gluten-free rolled oats that most all people can enjoy. Bob's Red Mill offers many gluten-free products that make baking (and eating) a true joy for all!
This recipe was adapted slightly from Bob's Red Mill, using three of its products: gluten-free rolled oats, gluten-free all-purpose baking flour, and xanthan gum. Many stores now carry these products, or you can visit Bob's Red Mill to find them. These cookies are chewy and full of great flavor — perfect with a glass of milk. Bake eight cookies to a baking sheet, since they spread out as they bake.
Oatmeal apple cookies
Yields approximately 4 dozen
These cookies are a welcome treat!
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