These chocolate thumbprint cookies have a buttery almond flavor, are gluten and grain free and guaranteed to please everyone!
In my family, the holidays are pretty much synonymous with indulging. From Thanksgiving straight through to New Year’s there is food, food and more food.
And for me, while the filet or prime rib we typically have on Christmas is delicious and the stuffing my mom makes on Thanksgiving is out of this world amazing, I would gladly give it all up for a seat right in smack in the middle of the dessert table so I can stuff myself to the point of pain with all the sweet treats in front of me (and then of course roll over to the couch to moan in pain about how I shouldn’t have eaten so much for the next 2 hours).
Luckily for me and for all of my family, we’ve never had to deal with any dietary restrictions in the all-you-can-eat buffet that is the holidays.
But more and more, that seems to be the anomaly as plenty of adults and children are dealing with gluten intolerances and/or sensitives. I can’t even imagine how hard holiday parties and get togethers become when you’re constantly worrying if there will be something you can eat at them.
So I wanted to make something that was gluten (and grain) free for all to enjoy as the holidays approach like these chocolate thumbprint cookies.
I know if it were me, I’d be most concerned about dessert (priorities, duh) so that’s exactly what I did.
There’s no reason these have to be for gluten free eaters only either. They’re a deliciously buttery (even though there’s no butter in them) and almond flavored thumbprint cookie filled with chocolate…who wouldn’t love that?!
And if chocolate isn’t your thing (well then you’re crazy like my husband), fill them with any kind of jam you like.
A cranberry one like this cranberry orange thumbprint recipe would be so perfect for this time of year!
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 2