These happy little gluten free Linzer cookies are perfect for your Valentine. I make this gluten free cookie recipe every year for Christmas – but they are perfect all year round. Try different types of fruit jams – seasonally (strawberry-rhubarb would be fantastic for 4th of July.) They are always a favorite, and usually the first cookie to disappear. When Deanna comes home, she always asks me “Mom, did you make the Linzers?” They take a little time, but they are so worth the effort!
I don’t know about you, but I WANT to create “all the things” but in reality – I want it to LOOK like Martha Stewart made it – but not spend half a day on it I usually want to make quick crafts that wow – so here’s a few ideas to make your Valentine smile.
Can I tell you how long I’ve been trying to make these gluten free rolls like the ‘real’ gluten-full counterparts from my childhood? Oh, roughly eight years. They are a welcome addition to a holiday feast. They do take some time, but you may find like I have that they become a family tradition you don’t want to skip.
Here is a little inside look at our home this Christmas 2018. All the kids have come back home to celebrate – Alex, Deanna, and Kate – my now-adult kids. It’s been a year of lots of changes for us and I’m glad we’re all home together to bring this year to a close.
I’ve always loved to throw a good party. But I always knew, it’s not just a party. Whether it’s a birthday, bridal shower, anniversary or baby shower, a special event is just that—truly special.
Hi, I’m Carey! The Owner and Designer behind EnFete. I was bit by the party planning bug at just six-years-old and haven’t looked back ever since.