Heather Strang | Gluten-Free Recipes and Trader Joe’s GF/DF/SF Snickerdoodles


22 Nov / Gluten-Free Recipes and Trader Joe’s GF/DF/SF Snickerdoodles

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It’s holiday time.

Which means everyone is eating delicious, wonderful, decadent food that we can’t eat. Not cool, right? Well, fortunately it’s 2010 (and not 1999 like it was when I started on this path) and we’ve got OPTIONS!

One option that I’ll be taking with me to the family’s beach house for Thanksgiving (besides my gluten-free stuffing, mashed sweet potatoes, gf/df/sf pumpkin bread, sweet potato casserole, pumpkin pie, and a new recipe – gluten/sugar-free apple pie) is Trader Joe’s snickerdoodles. These are almost better than grandma’s (shh…don’t tell her!).  Pairs perfectly with a lovely cup of tea.


Happy Eating and Happy almost Thanksgiving!
-xoHeather 🙂

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  • Adrianna Lukasiewicz


    Thanks for posting your recipes. I have a lot of friends who are sensitive to gluten and I’m definitely going to try your recipes.

    I’ve been using http://www.caloricious.com/ to search for products that are gluten free and get coupons for products I use all the time. You should check it out!

  • Dairy Free Food

    This is fantastic recipes, and i recommend anyone to try it.

  • Michele

    Does SF mean Soy Free? Because I took it to mean sugar free, based on your website (it’s new to me), but I believe the TJ Snickerdoodles have brown cane sugar in them. Correct me if I’m wrong!!

  • admin

    Hi Michele – Great question!

    The cookies are soy-free but they are refined sugar-free as well (and you are right SF typically means sugar-free). For my blog, some recipes and products will have cane juice and such, but never white, refined sugar. Hope that makes sense!

    Happy Eating,
    xoHeather 🙂

  • Eric Myers

    Never knew about these snickerdoodles. I will definitely have to go and check these out next time I get groceries. I have really been craving some cookies recently.

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