Healthy Cookies : Gluten-Free Ginger Cookies Recipe

Gluten-free ginger cookies are a nice little spicy cookie that is perfect for the holidays. Find out about gluten-free ginger cookies with help from a vegan baker in this free video clip. Expert: Veronica Rains Contact: www.WholesomeChow.com Bio: Chef Veronica Rains is a graduate of the California Culinary Academy of San Francisco with a degree in Culinary Arts and is a Certified Nutritional Consultant. Filmmaker: Patrick Eaves Series Description: Just because you’re making cookies for a special occasion doesn’t mean you can’t still remain as healthy as possible. Find out a few recipes for healthy cookies with help from a vegan baker in this free video series.
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  1. Jean Smith says:

    that look so good. Thank you.

  2. videoseekerism says:

    Excellent recipe!, thank you…

  3. eveeveevien says:

    liquid ingredients which is like milk, oil, vanilla and all (:

  4. alvin10388 says:

    does anyone knows ,what is that liquid ingrediant?

  5. alvin10388 says:

    those are my fav:and i am going to make them now.

  6. Mcgirlable says:

    Healthy?? 

  7. WholesomeChow says:

    Thanks for your comments! Switching our gluten free flours for wheat flour in a recipe can be difficult as there isn’t just one flour that can be easily translated.

    There are many wonderful recipes on the web showing how to make your own GF flour mix, though Wholesome Chow offer an easy and cost efficient way to create GF baked goods without the hassle of: buying about 6 or 7 ingredients, sifting, packaging and storing them the flour all yourself. Hope this explains things!

  8. vanessagalvao97 says:

    Did someone listen Malk instead of Milk? Ahahaha

  9. recipelover007 says:

    very nice

  10. cheskydivision says:

    That is just another special product to buy. What suggestions would you have for other flour alternative a person would have at home.? Rice, soy, chick pea?

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