Gluten Free Cookie Mix in a Jar

Gluten Free Cookie Mix in a Jar

I don’t know about your list, but my holiday list has lots of people on it with various dietary restrictions: celiac, gluten sensitivity, vegan, soy-free, nut-free … but one thing I know for sure: everyone loves cookies!

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The beauty behind making these cute gluten free cookie mixes in a jar is that when you start with allergen-free ingredients, the recipient is free to add eggs or not, use dairy-free milk or not, choose vegan butter or not. The cookies then turn out great, and suitable for all!

Gluten Free Cookie Mix in Jars labels

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I’ve given you a couple good gluten free cookie mix recipes here, but feel free to get creative! The key is to start with quality ingredients that are already certified gluten-free and free of the Top 8 food allergens – that way you have nearly everyone covered.

I created gluten free cookie mix in jar labels for you, to help save time, but you could hand-write whatever you liked or use cute chalkboard labels or attach a printed recipe … it’s your gift, make it how you wanna!

With any recipe, layer the ingredients for the most visual impact. With the Chocolate Chip Cookie Mix, for example, I even divided the gfJules™ flour ingredient in half and separated it for more layers.

For even more homemade gift ideas, hop to my blog post all about it!

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Gluten Free Cookie Mix in a Jar

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Ingredients

Gluten Free Chocolate Chip Cookie Mix in a Jar:

Gluten Free Sugar Cookie Mix in a Jar:

Instructions

Gluten Free Chocolate Chip Cookie Mix in a Jar:

In a small bowl, whisk together measured gfJules™ flour with baking soda, baking powder and salt. Spoon half of this mixture into the bottom of a large mason jar (24 ounces), reserving the other half for another layer. Spoon in brown sugar, white sugar, chocolate chips and remaining flour to fill the jar in layers, being careful not to shake the jar or the layers will begin to mix.

Print directions and liquid/refrigerated additions and attach to jar before gifting. Each row represents the name, wet ingredients to add and the instructions for that cookie mix.

Gluten Free Sugar Cookie Mix in a Jar:

Whisk together the gfJules™ flour with baking powder and salt. Spoon into the bottom of a jar (at least 20 ounce size). Top with measured sugar.

Print directions and liquid/refrigerated additions and attach to jar before gifting. Attach a baggie of colored sanding sugar or gluten-free sprinkles and a small cookie cutter for an extra special presentation.

The beauty behind these cute gluten free cookie mixes in jars is that when you start with allergen-free ingredients, they make great gifts for anyone!

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14 thoughts on “Gluten Free Cookie Mix in a Jar

  1. The circle instructions are nice, but liquid ingredients are different. Which one goes to Choc Chip and which to sugar cookies?

        • Hi Kate, the mix is written for 1/2 shortening and 1/2 butter. Shortening is 0% moisture, while butter is 80% moisture, so if you simply used all butter, then the cookies would have more moisture and spread more. I would definitely recommend freezing the dough in balls and baking from frozen if you do that, but expect more spreading if you use all butter. Hope that helps!
          ~jules

    • Hi Sydney – if you’re looking at the pdf of the labels I give you to print out, the directions and liquids to add are all in the same line as the name of the mix. Sugar cookie mix, for example would need 1/2 cup shortening, 1 egg or substitute, 1 tsp vanilla and 1/4 cup milk and the directions are right next to it. I hope that makes sense!
      ~jules

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    • Hi Luba – all the info is in the labels that you can print out or just review — see the photo you can enlarge and print if you like. Hope that works for you!
      ~jules

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