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gfJules™ Gluten Free Cut-Out Cookie Mix

4.92 out of 5 based on 12 customer ratings
(12 customer reviews)


Baked crispy or chewy, these cut-outs stand out

  • Makes 36 yum-o cut out cookies!
  • Real sugar-cookie taste, like you remember
  • No funky aftertaste, no grit
  • Non-GMO
  • Certified gluten free (GFCO)
  • Certified Kosher (OU)
  • Dairy free, vegan, soy free, nut free


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Product Description

Gluten Free Cut-Out Cookie Mix

Gluten free cut-out cookie mix for the discriminating cookie lover. Light taste, clean finish–just like you remember cut-out cookies from your past tasting. None of the gfJules gluten free mixes will ever ask you to lower your standards. If a mix doesn’t meet Jules’ exacting standards, it won’t make it into one of her nifty little packages.

Jules samples this cut-out cookie mix at shows to let people taste the difference a premium gluten free flour makes.

Sugar cookies don’t lie very well. They’re delicate, by definition. So if you buy a gluten free cut-out cookie mix that uses bean flours or an ancient grain with a very specific taste, you’re going to have to mask those unwanted tastes with gobs of butter, and even more sugar than normal. Use brown rice flour like some of the cheaper brands? You’ll have a brittle cut-out cookie. That’s not how Jules’ cut-out cookies crumbles–because they simply don’t. Jules uses a deftly blended, proprietary combination of five flours that lets the subtler side of a cut-out cookie shine right through. gfJules Gluten Free Cut-Out Cookie Mix will simply and instantly take you back. To the cut-out cookies you crave (and that you’ve probably written off since going gluten free).

Well, no more going without from this glorious day forward! Jules always has a box or four of her gfJules Gluten Free Cut-Out Cookie Mix around. Armed with enough cookie cutters and food coloring, you and your cookie helpers will be celebrating all manner of holidays and special occasions in delectable style! Christmas, Hanukkah, Valentine’s Day, St. Patricks, 4th of July…and on and on. Cut-out cookies help you control the calories your family takes in; they’re portable for day-after lunches, and you can freeze either the dough—to use as a scoop-and-bake solution—or you can freeze these cut-outs after they’re baked.

Few Gluten Free Cut-Out Cookies are Cut Out to Taste This Great.

Grab a mix that can fill a void Jules doesn’t want you living with for another day. Add gluten free cut-out cookies into your dietary mix. Stock up on this great, versatile mix, so you can be festive and creative and slightly indulgent with a gluten free cut-out cookie mix no one would ever suspect to be lacking anything. Except yet another satisfied, tickled-pink customer. We bet you’ll fit that bill nicely.


Add the egg or egg substitute with the milk when making this mix. The recipe card does not indicate when to add the egg. Apologies from the chef (aka Jules)!

Cane Sugar, Modified Tapioca Starch, Potato Starch, Cornstarch (non-GMO), White Rice Flour, Corn Flour (non-GMO), Baking Powder, Xanthan Gum, Salt, Vanilla Powder.

gfJules' Cut-Out Cookie Mix

gfJules™ Cut-Out Sugar Cookie Mix–  makes ~ 36 cookies

Ingredients to add to mix:

½ cup shortening or coconut oil

1 egg or egg replacer (e.g. Ener-G®)

¼ cup milk

Food coloring (optional)

Instructions:  Whip shortening and ½ of mix together until fluffy. Add egg, milk & food coloring, mixing until smooth, then slowly stir in rest of mix. If dough is too dry, mix in 1-2 Tbsp milk. Form the dough into a disc shape & wrap tightly with plastic wrap. Refrigerate 2+ hours or overnight.

Heat oven to 375°F (350° convection), line baking sheets with parchment.

Cut-Out Cookies:   Sprinkle baking mat or clean counter with gfJules™ All-Purpose Gluten-Free Flour so dough won’t stick. Roll dough to 1/8” thickness & cut out shapes, re-roll extra dough.  Transfer cookies to lined baking sheets & decorate if desired. Bake 6 minutes or longer for crispier cookies (bake time differs with cookie size). Cool on wire racks.

Sugar Cookies:   Form teaspoon-sized scoops of dough into balls, roll in sugar, flatten lightly & place onto lined baking sheets. Bake 10 mins, cool on wire racks.

12 reviews for gfJules™ Gluten Free Cut-Out Cookie Mix

  1. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    I have Celiac disease and my 3 year old daughter is allergic to eggs and tree nuts. Baking without gluten or eggs is a challenge that I have failed many times, but conquered with the help of gfJules flour, cookie mixes, and recipes. I use this cookie mix to make cut out cookies when daycare has a cookie decorating event. I don’t want her to be left out. I also made them for her birthday party and her cousin (age 9) loved them so much he asked for them for his birthday party! I have also followed the recipe for cut out cookies when I didn’t have the mix on hand and they turned out great too, but I like having the mix because it simplifies the process. I’m the type who was happy to buy pre-made cookie dough in my past life, so I appreciate a mix that makes things easier! I use EnerG egg replacer to replace the egg in the recipe.

  2. 5 out of 5


    Hi Jules,
    I made these today and cut them out as stars which I iced with blue frosting (I used your spreadable frosting recipe). I’m sending them into my son’s school for “light it up blue” for Autism day. Since my son is gf and casein free I used Silk almond milk. I too, like your other reviewer mentioned, couldn’t see anywhere in the instructions that said where to add the egg so I added it after I beat the shortening and first bit of mix. They turned out beautifully. Nice and fluffy and they taste amazing! I cooked them on parchment paper so no problem with spreading at all.


  3. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    Awesome cookies. Pre GF eating I made sugar cookie recipe on the Land O Lakes butter box. Could I successfully sub in some butter for a portion of the coconut oil to get that butter taste? They are already great but I would love to get closer to that old recipe. I see you are sold out of the cookie mix and will be anxious to see it available soon

    • (verified owner):

      Hi Ruby, I’m so happy you loved these cookies! They’re definitely a favorite, if only judging by the fact that we’re sold out! 🙂
      As for butter, you could definitely use some butter in place of the coconut oil, but you won’t want to do a 100% substitution because butter is 80% moisture, while shortening and coconut oil are not, so expect them to be softer and maybe spread more. It will help to refrigerate the dough before rolling out. You could also use a touch of butter extract for flavor as another option.
      Here are two of my from-scratch cut-out cookie recipes if you’d like to try those with my flour while you’re waiting for the cookie mix to come back into stock:
      Happy Baking!

  4. 5 out of 5


    Awesome cookies! My family raved about these cookies. They were easy to make and turned out wonderfully. I didn’t dress them up with frosting or anything fancy – just plain sugar cookies. Everyone loved them. When the grandchildren somehow had one in each hand, I knew I had a home run!

  5. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    Jules, I have been looking for a cut out cookie recipe for years. I have been gluten free since 1975 and love your flour. I ordered this mix with a large order without much hope of finding a good cut out recipe. In the past, I have tried my mother’s and my mother-in-law’s regular recipes with your flour. They were ok but still left me searching. This mix is amazing. We like a soft cookie so I cut them a little thicker. We have not been able to leave them alone! I will definitely order more of these especially for Christmas cookies. Thanks for all you do or us. Sandy

  6. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    Hi Jules,

    Am I able to add dairy free milk to the cookies? (I.e coconut milk)

    • (verified owner):

      Hi Jassi: Yes, you can use non-dairy milk in the sam proportions. PLEASE NOTE: the ingredients on the Regular Box you bought list an INCORRECT MEASUREMENT FOR SHORTENING. It should be A HALF CUP, not a quarter cup as listed. Enjoy!

  7. 5 out of 5


    My absolute favorite cookie mix and gluten free flour brand! I recommend this on all my Gluten Free Tours! <3

  8. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    I thought cookies would never be so easy and delicious! Our whole family loves this mix 🙂

  9. 5 out of 5


    This mix is exactly what I’ve been searching for! Not too sweet, yet soft and fluffy.
    I rolled my cookies out pretty thick and was pleasantly surprised how high they rose! They do very little spreading which is another plus. They stood up beautifully to royal icing and didn’t crumble at all. The texture of the cookie is so similar to a bakery iced cookie!
    I can’t wait to order more boxes of this mix. I am finally able to decorate sugar cookies again!

  10. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    The part in your product description that talks about cut-out sugar cookies being a good test of a gluten free flour is a great point. And Jules, like everything I taste made with your amazing flour, I swear they taste better than the gluten versions. Your blend of flours not only functions as advertised, but there’s something about your particular blend that just tastes better than I remember wheat-flour baked goods tasting. These are awesome cookies, and we’re never without them in our house. Rainy days get brighter when the kids get to mix and cut out and bake and decorate these delightful cookies. As always, thanks Jules! This product is without peer!

  11. 4 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    It calls for an egg, but the recipe never tells you when to add it. I added it with the shortening and 1st batch of mix and they turned out great.

    • (verified owner):

      Hi Melody,
      I’ll check the recipe and fix it if I neglected to say when to add the egg. I’ve done stranger things! LOL!
      Thanks for letting me know and so glad to hear you loved the mix!!!

  12. 5 out of 5


    I am really challenged when it comes to baking. Even though I screwed up this recipe by doubling the shortening by mistake, these still came out great. They were rich and sweet. I decorated them with colored sugar and they were a huge hit at Christmas. Thanks Jules!

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