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Thursday, December 10, 2015

Matcha Blueberry Cookies #GlutenFree #ProductReview

My best pick for this month's gluten-free goodies from Glutino includes cake mix, cookie  mix, cupcake mix, brownie mix, chocolate cream cookies (which is not in the photo since the kids have opened it up as soon as  it arrived), chocolate wafers,  pretzels, and chips.  I will be busy baking this month since I got  most of their  baking mixes.   Baking is not my cup of tea but I like how simple the recipes are in the back of these boxes.  It is  easier for a non-enthusiast baker like me to  make them.

 Since it is holiday season, I decided to  bake the cookies first.  Here's the recipe:
Ingredients:
  • 1 box Gluttonous gluten-free sugar cookie mix
  • 6 tbsp of softened butter
  • 2 large eggs beaten
  • 1 tbsp matcha blueberry  powder
  • 1/2 cup rainbow sprinkle
  • 1 tsp of pandan flavor, you can use vanilla
  • Optional : several drops of food coloring (I did not use  any because the pandan flavor has a green color already)
  • Optional : 2 tbsp sugar with 1 tsp cinnamon kept separately for coating the cookies.  (I replaced this with sprinkles)

 For those of you who do not know what pandan flavoring is, Pandan (Pandanus amaryllifolius) is  an Asian herb in the Pandanus (screwpine) genus, which is commonly known as pandan leaves and is used widely in Southeast Asian cooking as a flavoring.  We used to  put this in the rice when we cook it as it gives that  very  appetizing aroma to the rice, kind of like the smell of a jasmine rice.  
But anyway, here is how these cookies were made:

  • Preheat oven to 350.
  • In a large bowl or mixer,  beat the butter until fluffy, scrape the bowl.

  • Add  the  sugar cookie mix.  Mix to combine the two.
  • Add eggs and the pandan (or vanilla and food coloring if you desired) Mix thoroughly.  Roll into 1 inch balls.  I used my cookie scooper.

  •  Add sprinkles on top.  I tried to roll it into the sprinkle but it is too much so I decided to just   sprinkle some on top.  
  • Set 1 inch apart  on a lightly greased  or parchment paper lined cookie sheet.
  • Bake for 15 minutes.  

 I also sprinkled some powdered sugar.  My boys have sweet tooth so  they thought these cookies aren't sweet enough.  Needless to say, they ate it all.  Thanks again Glutino!  I will be baking the cupcakes next, maybe this weekend with the help of the kiddos.

Disclosure: The owner of this blog was NOT financially compensated to write this review.  I was provided with the product/s mentioned  to help me  facilitate this review but  opinions are my own.

26 sumptuous burps..:

Masshole Mommy said...

Those cookies sound really good. They would be fun to make for my cookie exchange next week.

Jeanette said...

My son would LOVE these cookies just because they are green! We are not a gluten free family, but I have a lot of friends who have to be.

Jennifer said...

Those cookies look delicious. Matcha has really made gluten free delicious. I've got to try them.

Liz Mays said...

Wow these do sound really good. It would be fun to make these for a cookie exchange!

Sicorra@NotNowMomsBusy said...

Those look good. More and more people are moving towards being gluten free, and I think it is a wise idea.

tiarastantrums said...

Glutino has some wonderful products. I was using thee for quite awhile when my husband was trying to loose weight.

Maurene said...

This is a good and honest review. I love gluten-free food products as it tends to be healthier.

The Girl Wearing Her Heart On Her Sleeve said...

Gluten free cookies?! Me and my family are going to have to try these, and add some different colors to them just to make it fun like you did with the green.

OurFamilyWorld said...

The cookies look amazing. I love using the Pandan extract to flavor my cookies and cakes.

Ricci said...

Green blueberry cookies? They look interesting and I bet they taste yummy! Great recipe!

Deal Match Maker said...

wow... this recipe looks awesome! Sounds pretty healthy and unique!

Ann B said...

I am always looking for new gluten free products. These cookies look so delicious.

Thirty Something Super Mom said...

I eat gluten free and these all look like tasty products. I may have to pick some up and let me daughter have some too. I think she would love them!

Ashleigh Walls said...

I love the idea of matcha in cookies! I love using it in my smoothies, now a reason to have an extra cookie.

Lisa said...

I totally am going to have to try and make these! I'm gluten free and its hard to find good stuff!

Six Time Mommy TEST said...

I enjoyed Matcha for a while but quickly became bored of it. I think if I made something like this I'd be feeling totally different. I'm going to give them a try ,they look amazing! - Jeanine

Tami Q said...

I've been researching a gluten-free diet for my son (with apraxia) and me (with pcos). Sugar cuties will make the change all better!

Terri Beavers said...

Those look so delicious and tasty. I can't wait to get the kids in the kitchen to try these. Abby has to eat gluten free so we all do.

April Mims said...

I love that there are so many gluten free options that taste good now. These look really yummy.

Janet Krugel said...

I've always wanted to try matcha, but I haven't yet. Thank you for the idea to use it in some cookies!

The Mommy-Files said...

I love how many different gluten free options there are today. I'm not gluten free myself, but I do have family and friends who are.

Yona Williams said...

Oh wow, these look like something that I would love to try. I haven't had a flavored matcha tea powder or drink yet.

Rebecca Swenor said...

These would be an awesome treat for my son who is gluten free. I in fact love the taste of gluten free foods and I haven't used matcha yet so I will have to make these for the holidays. Thanks for sharing.

Margarita Ibbott said...

I am such a big fan of Glutino. I just think they are the best tasting gluten free baking products around #truth

Katarina K said...

Those look amazing! I have to find something easy to bake that even I can make!

verna luga said...

I love :) looks yummy.. we have a bunch of these pandan at the backyward.. I will try hahaha :)

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