Gluten Free Oatmeal Cookies Recipe
I’m happy to say that this gluten free oatmeal cookies recipe is just as good as any oatmeal cookie recipe I’ve baked. I’ve made a few different oatmeal cookies recipe here at Spinach Tiger, but only today it occurred to me to ice them the old fashioned way. This means that the cookie dough recipe does not have a lot of sugar, because the glaze is plenty sweet.
Then I made them again and browned the oats which took them yet to another level. Both ways are good. Toasting the oats give them more interest, more nutty flavor.
Use heavy cream to make an authentic oatmeal icing.
Options for Old Fashioned Gluten Free Oatmeal Cookies Recipe with Icing
- Make them with browned butter or toast oats in butter.
- Add dried fruit, raisins.
- Add nuts, almond butter or peanut butter.
- Add chocolate chips.
Unlike some of my gluten free baking, I got lucky and this recipe worked for me the very first time.
The texture is more cake than crisp, but that’s what I wanted. I remembered an oatmeal cookie that I would purchase one at a time at a little grocery store called Ma n Pa’s in Long Beach California which sells prepared food. I looked them up and they are still there, but I don’t know if they still make their legendary oatmeal cookie. Sometimes I would stop in there just to get that cookie.
I like these because you can freeze the dough, freeze the cookies and keep on hand for snacks.
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More Gluten Free Baking
- ¾ cups gluten free flour
- ½ teaspoon salt
- 1 teaspoon cinnamon
- 1½ cups gluten free oats (made in gluten free factory)
- ½ cup brown sugar
- 6 tablespoons unsalted butter
- ½ teaspoon baking soda
- ¼ cup milk
- 1 egg1/2 teaspoon vanillaorder here
- 1 cup confectioner's sugar
- 2-4 tablespoons heavy cream.
- Mix flour, salt, baking soda, set aside.
- Melt butter in large frying pan.
- Add oats, cinnamon. Cook on low for five minutes stirring frequently.
- Add in brown sugar. Mix well.
- Turn off heat.
- Add egg to milk.
- Add vanilla.
- Stir in flour.
- Add this matter to the oats.
- Mix well. Cool enough to form cookies. At this point, you could chill batter or bake cookies.
- Add a tablespoon of cream at a time to confectioner's sugar and mix well to get the consistency you want.
- Spoon icing on cookies while they are still hot.
- Cool before serving.