Have a sweet tooth? Check out this 101 recipe roundup full of gluten-free dairy-free cookies!
Included in this roundup are: sugar cookies, chocolate chip cookies, peanut butter cookies, oatmeal cookies, snickerdoodle cookies, no-bake cookies, lemon cookies, chocolate cookies, pumpkin cookies, and holiday cookies! There’s something for everyone in this post! Scroll down to find your new favorites!
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Who doesn’t love a good cookie? I’ve forever been a cookie girl. I love making them, eating them, and sharing them.
If I had to pick, I think peanut butter chocolate chip would definitely be my favorite, but it also depends on the time of year.
There are some cookies that I’d only eat during the holidays like pizzelles or gingerbread cookies, or lemon cookies in the spring, and pumpkin cookies in the fall.
No matter what, there is always a good reason to make up a batch of cookies – and gluten-free dairy-free cookies at that.
I created this gluten-free dairy-free cookie recipe roundup to be a resource for you to come back to time and time again.
I wanted to show you that it IS possible to make gluten-free and dairy-free cookies – and they still taste good (maybe even better since you won’t feel icky after eating them).
Whether it’s for holiday cookie inspiration, making something sweet for Valentine’s Day, a birthday treat, or just to share with someone you love any day of the week – there’s tons of recipe inspiration inside this post just for you.
I’ve hand-picked these 101 recipes in this gluten-free dairy-free cookie recipe roundup for a few reasons: they fit the gluten-free dairy-free needs of our diet, they’re on their healthier side (as far as cookies go), and they’re delicious (or at least their photos promise them to be).
As I went through finding these recipes and writing about what makes them a good pick for your gluten-free dairy-free diet, I realized there are some ingredients and tools just about any great cookie maker will need to have on-hand.
Be on the lookout for the call-outs in this post to make sure you have everything you need to make gluten-free dairy-free cookies when that cookie craving strikes.
This recipe roundup is divided into 10 cookie categories: sugar, chocolate chip, peanut butter, oatmeal, snickerdoodle, no-bake, lemon, chocolate, pumpkin, and holiday cookies.
There’s something in here for every occasion – and something that everyone will love. Which recipe will you try?
Before we get into the recipes, let’s go over some questions I’ve received quite a bit regarding making cookies gluten and dairy-free.
Let’s take the guesswork out of making cookies that are gluten and dairy-free.
Is there dairy in cookies?
Any product, including butter, that is made from cow’s milk is considered dairy.
There is dairy in most cookies you’ll find at the grocery store or most homemade recipes in the form of butter, so yes, most cookies contain dairy.
In this post, I’ll aim to show you how many different ways you can make cookies dairy-free by using coconut oil, vegan butter, or other dairy alternatives to butter and dairy ingredients.
What kind of cookies are gluten-free?
You can make just about any type of cookie into a gluten-free cookie by substituting traditional all-purpose flour for gluten-free flour.
There are few types of cookies that are naturally gluten-free and need no replacement of flour, such as macaroons (coconut cookies), macaron shells (doesn’t include buttercream inside), flourless cookies (like those made of peanut butter, eggs, and sugar), no bake cookies (made using oats), and I’m sure many more.
Are chocolate chips gluten and dairy free?
Most chocolate chips are gluten-free, but not dairy-free. Many chocolate chips contain dairy from the milk in the ingredient list.
Read on: Are Chocolate Chips Dairy-free?
Do gluten-free cookies taste different than those made with traditional flour?
This is a great question and the answer varies from recipe to recipe.
Depending on the type of gluten-free flour used, a gluten-free cookie could taste the exact same as a cookie made with all-purpose flour. It could also alter the taste and texture slightly.
Many gluten-free recipes often have a reputation for being crumbly or not holding together well.
This is due to the lack of gluten, the protein that acts as glue to hold the ingredients together.
Even if the texture is different, most cookies will still taste delicious with a gluten-free flour.
Read on: 101 Gluten-free Dairy-free Snacks
What are some good gluten and dairy-free cookie brands if I don’t want to make my own?
There are a number of brands out there for folks who want to mix it up by skipping the baking session once in a while.
I’ve rounded up some gluten and dairy-free cookie brands you can look for next time you’re at the store or shopping online.
Gluten-free Dairy-free Sugar Cookie Recipes
These gluten-free sugar cookies are soft, sweet and full of vanilla flavor. This is my own recipe and go-to for a simple but delicious cookie. These are made with almond flour, and are dairy-free, egg-free, and vegan too!
These sugar cookies are gluten-free, dairy-free, and vegan. They only use 7 ingredients and make up to 30 cookies in one batch – talk about a time-saver for when you need to make a big batch and don’t have a ton of time.
These sugar cookies are dairy-free, gluten-free, nut-free, and vegan. You use vegan butter, dairy-free milk, and gluten-free flour blend to make sure they are perfect for your gluten and dairy-free diet.
These gluten-free cutout cookies are awesome for the holidays or any time of year.
Just be sure to plan ahead, you’ll want to refrigerate them for about 30 minutes to firm up and make them the right consistency to roll out.
These gluten-free cut out sugar cookies use Bob’s Red Mill Gluten-free 1:1 Baking flour, so you don’t need to worry about adding any extra xanthan gum to bind them.
Be sure to swap out the butter for vegan butter and coconut milk for the whole milk that’s called for in this recipe.
Everyone seems to love Lofthouse style cookies, because they’re soft, sweet, and cakey. Try these gluten-free version of this classic cookie.
Just be sure to swap out the butter for coconut oil, and use a vegan based buttercream for frosting.
Sugar cookies come in a ton of varieties, and for good reason – everyone likes them differently. This gluten-free version is for folks who love a little bite to their sugar cookies.
To make this one dairy-free, use vegan cream cheese, vegan butter, and dairy-free milk.
If you love sugar cookies, but not the added work of refrigerating, rolling them out, cutting into cookies, and then baking – well, this recipe is for you. This recipe puts your favorite cookies into bar form. Best of all, they’re gluten-free.
To make them dairy-free too, just swap out the butter for vegan butter and use full-fat coconut cream for the frosting instead of heavy whipping cream.
These gluten-free cutout sugar cookies are made with all-purpose gluten-free flour, so be sure you have some on hand for these delicious treats.
To make this recipe completely gluten-free and dairy-free, you’ll want to swap out the butter for vegan butter and the milk for a dairy-free alternative.
These cute soft gluten-free sugar cookies are great for the holidays, but can be made year-round and made for any occasion by switching up what you put on top.
Make these dairy-free by swapping out the butter for vegan butter or coconut oil and the milk for a dairy-free alternative.
These gluten-free and dairy-free sugar cookies are a healthier version of your classic sugar cookie recipe.
These use coconut sugar, maple syrup, baking powder, vanilla, cashew butter, blanched almond flour, white rice flour, and potato starch. You’ll love how easy these are.
Read on: 25 gluten-free sugar cookies
Gluten-free Dairy-free Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipes
These delicious chocolate chip cookies are a great recipe to add to your recipe list, because they’re gluten-free, dairy-free, completely vegan, and aren’t full of refined sugar.
They’re made with almond flour, coconut oil or vegan butter, maple syrup, sea salt, baking soda, vanilla, and dairy-free chocolate chips. They couldn’t be easier to make and barely last an afternoon in my house!
These gluten-free dairy-free chocolate chip cookies are the perfect comfort food – and are kid-approved.
You’ll want to be sure you have some shortening on hand as that’s what’s called for in place of butter in this recipe to make it dairy-free.
The best way to know if a recipe is gluten-free is to avoid flour all together if you can.
This recipe does just that – you blend up some gluten-free rolled oats into your own oat flour as the base for this recipe. And you avoid the dairy entirely by using almond butter for the delicious fat content you need to make a truly delicious cookie.
These soft and chewy chocolate chip cookies are gluten-free and dairy-free. They’re packed with healthy ingredidents like almond butter, blanched almond flour, and coconut flour so you can feel good about having more than just one.
Read on: Is coconut flour gluten-free?
Easy vegan buckwheat chocolate chip cookies call for buckwheat flour, but if you can’t find that near you, you can also make your own by grinding up raw buckwheat groats in a high-speed blender or food processor.
You’ll want to stick with the ratios outlined in this recipe, Megan from Detoxinista says that making doubling or multiplying the ratios doesn’t always turn out great. So follow the recipe and you’ll be set.
These gluten-free, dairy-free, and vegan chocolate chip cookies. are made with almond flour, gluten-free rolled oats, maple syrup, coconut oil, baking powder, vanilla extract, and dairy-free chocolate chips.
These are a healthy take on. the classic version of this cookie that has loads of flour, butter, and eggs.
I’m digging these almond butter chocolate chip recipes – and here’s another one to share with you.
These are super healthy despite being a dessert – they have almond butter, coconut oil, blanched almond flour, coconut sugar, flax meal, almond milk, and other pantry staples. You’re going to love these – and sure, go ahead, have a couple.
These flourless peanut butter oatmeal chocolate chip cookies are packed with peanut butter flavor and are perfectly gluten-free and dairy-free, because they have no butter or flour.
They’re thick, chewy, and the perfect sweet treat to end your meal with.
These chocolate chip cookies are a true classic gone gluten-free. Make sure to measure your ingredients by weight, pick a gluten-free flour blend that you love, and swap out the butter for vegan butter, and use dairy-free chocolate chips or chunks (my favorite are the Enjoy Life brand).
Chocolate chip cookies with pecans are paleo-friendly, which means they’re naturally gluten-free.
These use a combination of almond flour, coconut flour, and arrowroot starch to make them gluten-free. To make these dairy-free, use vegan butter – not the butter called for in the original recipe.
Gluten-free Dairy-free Peanut Butter Cookie Recipes
Enjoy these super easy gluten-free peanut butter cookies that are also dairy-free and vegan.
Made with peanut butter, almond flour, maple syrup, and baking powder, then rolled in coconut sugar before baking, these cookies are easy and taste just like the ones you remember from childhood.
Classic vegan peanut butter cookies with chocolate chips are made without any gluten, dairy, or refined sugar.
Don’t worry though – they’re packed with flavor for peanut butter, maple syrup, applesauce, and dairy-free chocolate chips.
These vegan peanut butter chocolate chip cookies are gluten-free, dairy-free, and made with just 8 ingredients. They couldn’t get much easier!
Enjoy these with dairy-free chocolate chips and you’ll have amazing cookies in just over 20 minutes flat!
Peanut butter oatmeal cookies with chocolate chips are gluten-free, and if you omit the Heath chips, they’ll be completely dairy-free too.
You can use a cookie scoop to make sure your cookies are all the same size – and flatten the dough balls so they bake up looking all the same.
This take on a peanut butter cookie had me salivating when I found it. These are peanut butter cookies mixed with shortbread cookies, and couldn’t be any cuter or look more delicious.
Be sure to use vegan butter in these ones for a completely gluten-free dairy-free treat.
Read on: Gluten-free shortbread cookies
Everyone likes their cookies differently, and if you love chewy peanut butter cookies, this recipe is one for you.
This recipe uses a number of pantry staples, so you’re likely to be able to get baking any time you have a craving for them. Swap out the butter for vegan butter to make them dairy-free and gluten-free.
I know some folks who hang out here on my blog with me are not only gluten-free and dairy-free, but also follow the Low FODMAP diet, so these 3 ingredient peanut butter cookies are for you.
You can choose to use either eggs or ground flax seed for an egg substitute – your choice.
These are the closest to the standard peanut butter cookie I remember making as a kid. Only 4 ingredients, and they’re all pretty necessary. If I were to make these, I’d probably pull way back on the granulated sugar, but overall they look divine.
Here’s a simple recipe to get you excited to share with your family. These peanut butter cookies are gluten-free, dairy-free, and refined sugar-free. If you love classic peanut butter cookies, this one is for you.
If you need a cookie fix, this recipe has you covered. With only 3 ingredients, you could probably whip up a batch of these any night of the week.
All you need is peanut butter, sugar, and an egg. That’s it! Enjoy them, because they’re gluten-free and dairy-free too.
Top 10 Ingredients for Gluten-free Dairy-free Cookies:
- Gluten-free 1:1 measure flour blend
- Dairy-free chocolate chips
- Gluten-free rolled oats
- Coconut flour
- Almond flour
- Vanilla extract
- Xanthan gum
- Coconut oil
- Vegetable shortening
Gluten-free Dairy-free Oatmeal Cookie Recipes
These gluten-free dairy-free oatmeal raisin cookies are slightly crisp on the outside and chewy on the inside. If you want to talk yourself into a cookie being healthy, these might be your best bet.
With oats and raisins, it’s practically breakfast in cookie form! I kid, I kid. But really, these do look amazing.
Read on: Are raisins gluten-free?
Flourless oatmeal raisin cookies are comfort food to the max. These are soft and chewy – as the name suggests, and they’re easy to make too. Be sure to look for gluten-free quick oats for this one if you’re worried about any kind of cross-contamination with regular quick oats.
These vegan oatmeal cookies won’t have you missing the gluten or dairy in them. They’re made with dairy-free butter, vegan eggs (flax or chia eggs), gluten-free baking flour, rolled oats, and a bit of cinnamon – plus a few other pantry staples.
Enjoy them in just under 30 minutes for this yummy treat.
Oatmeal cookies are easy with just a few healthy ingredients. Use gluten-free flour for the flour mix of your choice, and enjoy that they’re also dairy-free with the use of coconut oil in place of regular butter.
These thick and chewy gluten-free oatmeal cookies remind me of my college days. After I met my now-husband for the very first time, I specially delivered via snail mail a box of oatmeal chocolate chip cookies to him in his college apartment.
Cheesy, I know, and they made their way to him in a million cookie pieces, but hey! Enjoy these with dairy-free chocolate chips and vegan butter in place of normal butter for a fully gluten-free dairy-free cookie.
These protein cookies are oatmeal cookies in disguise. They get their name from eggs, nut butter, chia seeds, and sunflower seeds for a serious healthy protein punch in cookie form.
If you love oatmeal cookies, but can’t decide if you like raisins or chocolate chips mixed in, this recipe is going to be your favorite.
This cookie has the best of both worlds. Be sure you’re ready to feed a crowd – this recipe makes 3 dozen. And swap out the butter for vegan butter or coconut oil for a fully gluten-free dairy-free cookie.
You like peanut butter, you like oatmeal… here’s a peanut butter oatmeal cookie just for you. This is a gluten-free and dairy-free delicious cookie that’s made using just 6 ingredeints. Just be sure if you need gluten-free oats, that your quick oats say certified gluten-free on them.
These peanut butter coconut oatmeal cookies are a unique twist on a standard peanut butter cookie – and honestly, they look incredible. These are crispy on the outside, chewy on the inside, and perfectly gluten-free, dairy-free, and full of flavor.
The fact that these peanut butter cookies have no sugar in them at all makes me believe that I could eat them every day for breakfast and never feel bad about it all. While this reicpe is sugar-free, dairy-free, and vegan, you’ll need to make it gluten-free by swapping out the flour for a gluten-free 1:1 measure flour blend.
Gluten-free Dairy-free Snickerdoodle Cookie Recipes
These snickerdoodle cookies are great for any time of year – even the holidays.
These tasty gluten-free cookies are made with only a handful of ingredients – almond flour, coconut oil or vegan butter, maple syrup, baking soda, cream of tartar, vanilla extract, white sugar, and cinnamon. These are one of my family’s favorites! Enjoy!
Read on: Is cream of tartar gluten-free?
Snickerdoodle blondies are the best of both worlds if you love blondies and snickerdoodles.
Without having to roll out dough, you can make these cookies into bars and layer on the classic cinnamon sugar combination right on top. You’ll love these – and to make them fully gluten-free and dairy-free, swap out the butter for coconut oil.
I love cookies that can be made quickly. If I’m in the mood for cookies, that craving doesn’t want to wait.
This recipe is great, because I can have these done in 20 minutes from start to finish. These are gluten-free, dairy-free, made in one bowl, and actually pretty good for you!
These paleo snickerdoodles are made using almond flour and coconut oil, so you know for sure they’ll be gluten-free and dairy-free. These bake up so fast that by the time you’re done cleaning up your mixing bowl, you’ll be ready to take them out of the oven.
These cinnamon sugar cookies aren’t exactly snickerdoodles since the sugar and cinnamon are inside the cookie instead of rolled on the outside, but hey, close enough for me. These are quick and easy, gluten-free, and dairy-free.
If you love thick and chewy cookies, these snickerdoodles are right for you. These are awesome for the holidays – or really anytime. Gluten-free, dairy-free, paleo-friendly, and delicious. You’re going to love this one.
Here’s a new take on the snickerdoodle – injecting it with a little healthy pumpkin! These are perfect for the fall with the pumpkin and cinnamon flavors, and can be made gluten-free by using a gluten-free 1:1 measure flour blend.
These vegan snickerdoodles can be made in two different ways. These are gluten-free, dairy-free, refined sugar-free, and easy to make.
So what are the 2 ways? One is a grain-free paleo version using almond flour and maple syrup and the second is using gluten-free all-purpose flour. Who doesn’t love options?
These healthy snickerdoodles are gluten-free dairy-free, and sweetened with maple syrup – so no refined sugar either. Score! Best of all, these only require one bowl to put together and they bake up in just 10 minutes. My kind of recipe right here!
Low-carb snickerdoodle cookies are made using almond flour, coconut flour, coconut oil, and monk fruit sweetener to make them lower in the carbohydrate department.
I’d never even heard of monk fruit sweetener until reading this recipe, but you can definitely swap it out for something you have on hand instead. These are gluten-free and dairy-free too.
Gluten-free Dairy-free No-Bake Cookie Recipes
I don’t know about you, but no-bake cookies were a huge thing for me growing up. We made them every holiday season, but as an adult I’d stayed away from them after going gluten and dairy-free.
With this recipe, I can know for sure they are safe with gluten-free rolled oats and coconut oil in place of the traditional butter.
These no-bake cookies are gluten-free with the use of gluten-free quick cooking oats. These are made with just 7 ingredients and you get your favorite chocolate peanut butter cookie without any of the hassle of baking them.
Be sure to use vegan butter or coconut oil instead of regular butter with these.
Who doesn’t love an easy cookie? These really take the cake – er cookie, for that matter.
This recipe can be made with 6 ingredients and about an hour of your time. Seriously, if you’ve got a kid, they’ll love making up these around the holidays or any time of year.
This gluten-free and dairy-free version of the classic no-bake cookie is made with coconut oil, sugar, chocolate almond milk, cocoa powder, peanut butter, gluten-free oats, and vanilla.
These couldn’t be easier – just mix all the ingredients, then toss them in the fridge to refrigerate and harden up.
Healthy no-bake cookies are awesome if you have kids – and I love this recipe, because it has no refined sugar.
I’m constantly trying to lessen the refined sugar consumption in my house – on all fronts, but this recipe can definitely help me give my little guy treats without all that sugar spiking (and crashing) in his little body.
This classic no-bake cookie has been made a little healthier by making it gluten-free and dairy-free, with the help of coconut oil (instead of regular butter) and gluten-free oats.
You can use cashew milk like is called for, or use any other dairy-free milk that you have on hand.
If you haven’t checked out the creator of this recipe’s website, I highly recommend you do. Big Man’s World by Arman, is full of amazing recipes that have been health-ified and simplified.
Two things I can seriously get behind. This recipe doesn’t disappoint – with just 3 ingredients and no baking, you can have this treat in just a few minutes (plus refrigeration time).
Here’s a slight variation on the classic no-bake cookie: use dark chocolate chips instead of semi-sweet for a different flavor profile. Just be sure whatever you use is dairy-free. These are gluten-free, dairy-free, vegan – and easy too!
I love this version of chocolate no-bake cookies, not for the specific recipe itself, but for the variations that are offered in the blog post.
Like using dairy-free dark chocolate chips, swapping out sweeteners, reducing the sugar content, and adding some seed butter in place of or in addition to the classic peanut butter in this recipe.
These simple dairy-free no-bake chocolate peanut butter cookies are easy, healthy, and a breeze to make.
Even the kids can get involved with adding ingredients, (supervised) stirring the pot on the stove, and using a cookie scoop to put them down on a parchment-lined cookie sheet to get them ready for the fridge. Enjoy making these with your family!
Top 10 Tools for Gluten-free Dairy-free Cookies:
- Cookie scoop
- Cookie sheets
- Silicone baking mat
- Parchment paper
- Cooling racks
- Mixing bowls
- Spatula set
- Rolling pin
- Cookie decorating set
- Cookie storage containers
Gluten-free Dairy-free Lemon Cookie Recipes
These gluten-free lemon crinkle cookies are great with a cup of coffee or tea – a perfect treat for any time of day. These are also dairy-free with the use of vegetable oil in place of where you’d normally see butter in a recipe.
Paleo lemon cookies are gluten-free, dairy-free, and vegan too. These ones are also soft and chewy and made with blanched almond flour, coconut flour, coconut oil, maple syrup, lemon zest, lemon extract, baking soda, and salt.
All easy ingredients to keep on hand in your gluten-free dairy-free pantry.
Mmm.. these gluten-free lemon meltaway cookies look amazing. This recipe bakes up 18 cookies in a batch – the perfect amount for a family or to share a few too.
I mean, if you have to. While this recipe calls for butter, you can try swapping out for vegan butter or coconut oil to make it dairy-free too.
I love desserts that I can make quickly and get to show off to my family as quickly as possible. There’s nothing really better than a “thanks mom, you’re the best!” after making something in the kitchen.
That’s why I love this recipe – these come together quickly, are full of lemony flavor, and you can make them a little fancier with a lemon glaze and drizzle if you want.
Lemon crinkle cookies are great with tea, but I’m sure they’ll be delicious on their own or with a cup of coffee too.
While you can serve these any time of year, I think that lemon cookies are just screaming out to be served in the springtime when all the flavors and everything else is bright and cheerful.
Alright, so I feel like a recipe has to be looked at pretty closely when there’s a promise of “breakfast” next to the word “cookie.” I need to know something is even relatively healthy if I’m going to offer it up at breakfast.
Upon further investigation, these look to be pretty healthy – they’re gluten-free and refined sugar-free. They can be made dairy-free by swapping out the butter for vegan butter or coconut oil.
These lemon and coconut soft cookies are vegan and paleo, meaning they’re gluten-free and dairy-free too. These are made with cashews, coconut, maple syrup, coconut oil, baking soda, lemon zest, and lemon juice.
Every single ingredient is healthy so I guess I can feel okay about having a few in one sitting, right?
Lemon coconut cream sandwich cookies are seriously making my mouth water as I’m looking over this recipe.
These are gluten-free and dairy-free, and contain all real-food ingredients so they’re something you can feel good about feeding yourself and your family. Enjoy these lemon cookies with extra lemony filling any night of the week.
These lemon cookies are great for the warmer months when everything around you is bright, warm and cheerful.
These can be enjoyed any time of year too if you love lemon cookies in the dead of winter. Find a good gluten-free flour blend for these – these call for Pamela’s Artisan flour blend.
Lemon cake cookies are gluten-free, dairy-free, and AIP friendly for my AIP followers out there. These have quite a few ingredients and steps, but are definitely worth it.
Gluten-free Dairy-free Chocolate Cookie Recipes
Chewy flourless chocolate cookies look divine. They are gluten-free and only take 5 ingredients to make – amazing! They’re chocolatey, decadent, and taste like a knockoff from a super popular Starbucks cookie.
Best of all, you can add a few add-ins to make these even better – click through for all the options. Make these dairy-free by using dairy-free chocolate chips.
Who doesn’t love thin mint cookies? My husband almost every year taunts me with buying a box from the girls who come around to our houses asking us to buy Girl Scout cookies.
Those I have to fight myself to not eat – but these… these I can get behind. They are gluten-free, dairy-free, and egg-free too.
Here’s another thin mint recipe that’s paleo-friendly, meaning it’s definitely gluten-free and dairy-free.
This one uses almond flour, cacao powder, coconut sugar, and a few other pantry staples. This recipe makes 60(!!) cookies, so you better be hungry or be ready to share!
There’s a ton of no-bake cookies in this recipe roundup, but if you love dark chocolate, here’s another recipe for you to try.
These are different than the classic no-bake cookies and use protein powder to pump up the nutrition in every bite.
These gluten and dairy-free chocolate cookies are definitely going on my to-make list. These use a combination of oats and almond flour to make them gluten-free, and coconut oil and cocoa butter so you know they’re dairy-free too.
Yummm… triple chocolate cookies get their chocolate from baking cocoa, chocolate chunks, and semisweet chocolate chips. This looks like my husband’s dream cookie with chocolate stacked on top of itself.
Best of all, I can feel good about enjoying some too, because they’re gluten-free. And can be made dairy-free with vegan butter to replace the normal butter, and dairy-free chocolate chunks and chips.
Love brownies? Love cookies? Here’s the best of both worlds right here in one dessert. These gluten-free vegan brownie cookies are chewy, fudgey cookies that taste like brownies, but are in individual portions (which I think could be good and bad, haha!).
These call for a specific gluten-free flour blend, but you can easily use any gluten-free blend you have on hand or one that you like best.
These chocolate coconut flour cookies are gluten-free, dairy-free, are tender like brownies, but come in cookie form.
They’re made with coconut flour and you can make them simply on their own, or in one of two variations: double chocolate chip cookies or peanut butter cup chocolate cookies.
These chocolate sugar cookie hearts are a sweet chocolate variation on a classic sugar cookie cutout. These are great for Valentine’s Day, but really with different cookie cutters, can be used for the holidays or any time of year. These are gluten-free and dairy-free, so you can feel good about them.
Triple chocolate brownie cookies are made with unsweetened chocolate, semisweet chocolate chips, and cocoa powder.
If you love chocolate, you’ll love this gluten-free and dairy-free treat. Of course, to make sure they’re fully dairy-free, get dairy-free chocolate chips and unsweetened chocolate.
Gluten-free Dairy-free Pumpkin Cookie Recipes
Read on: 25 gluten and dairy-free Thanksgiving recipes
These gluten-free pumpkin cookies are perfect for the fall and winter months when you’re loving “pumpkin everything.” They’re made with almond flour, pumpkin puree, and coconut oil, so you know they’re a little more healthy than your average cookie.
These gluten-free, dairy-free, and vegan pumpkin cookies are awesome, because they are a fun fall twist on a classic, have chocolate chips(!!) in them, and are ready in less than 30 minutes.
These date pumpkin cookies are perfectly healthy and are gluten-free, dairy-free, and AIP compliant.
These are made with super nutrient-dense ingredients like pumpkin puree, banana, coconut butter, coconut flour, and apple cider vinegar – among others. Check this one out to get your pumpkin fix!
Soft-baked pumpkin oatmeal cookies are great for the fall, and are soft, chewy, and perfectly sweet. They’re also gluten-free, and can be made dairy-free by swappintg out the butter for vegan butter.
Love pumpkin spice lattes like just about everyone else in the world? Try these pumpkin spice latte cookies.
These are a delicious cookie made up of almond butter, blanched almond flour, pumpkin puree, and espresso powder – plus a cinnamon cream cheese frosting on top (it’s dairy-free too!).
These pumpkin bars are gluten-free, dairy-free, and made in just one bowl! If you love pumpkin, you’ll love this recipe – not only for the pure pumpkin flavor, but because they’re healthy and made from real ingredients and no sugar.
You don’t have to feel bad about enjoying more than one of these.
I love desserts that are easy to make AND have the bonus of being healthier than your run of the mill recipes.
This pumpkin spice protein cookie doesn’t disappoint. In this snickerdoodle-inspired cookie, you’ll get the benefits of a super healthy cookie made from real ingredients, plus the protein-packed punch from vanilla protein powder.
These fall-inspired pumpkin spice cookies are loaded with pumpkin and pumpkin spice. You’ll love whipping up a batch of these gluten-free cookies that are low in sugar, and can be made dairy-free by swapping out the butter for pumpkin puree.
Paleo pumpkin snickerdoodles are an awesome combo of pumpkin cookies and the classic snickerdoodle cookies so many of us grew up with.
These are great for fall and a serious comfort food, but you won’t have to feel bad enjoying them. They’re gluten-free, dairy-free, and made with no eggs.
Have you tried those Rx Bars that are out on the market? They’re similar to LaraBars and made with minimal ingredients – all healthy whole-food ingredients to.
This recipe is a ‘copycat’ recipe to a pumpkin version of this protein bar – and it’s made with almonds, cashews, dates, egg white powder, pumpkin spice, salt, and canned pumpkin. They couldn’t be easier, because there’s no baking involved either!
Gluten-free Dairy-free Holiday Cookie Recipes
Gingerbread is the quintessential holiday flavor – and these delicious chewy gluten-free chocolate gingerbread cookies are a new take on that.
I’ve never thought to combine chocolate and gingerbread flavors before, but these look insanely good. Believe it or not, they’re actually healthy too.
These chocolate sugar cookies are perfect for baking up for the holidays and gifting to friends. They’re simple to make, look great cut out into any shapes, and best of all, don’t require any chill time so you can get on with the baking even sooner.
If you’re a fan of biscotti around the holidays, try your hand at these homemade dark chocolate rosemary raisin biscotti. They’re naturally gluten-free and dairy-free, and packed with loads of holiday flavor.
My husband is the peppermint mocha’s number one fan. Don’t believe me? He orders them year-round.
Yep, peppermint mochas in June, August, and even in the ‘pumpkin everything’ season. These peppermint mocha brownie cookies are going to be his favorite on this list – and they make me happy too, since they’re gluten-free and dairy-free.
Filled cookies are like little pies in cookie form. You make the dough and filling separately, and even though they taste like cookies, they lend the whole pie-in-your-hand idea.
Enjoy this gluten-free dairy-free cookie when you’re looking for something a little different to share with your family and friends during the holidays.
My grandma had a pizelle maker when I was little and every year would bake up a batch for my family. I haven’t had even one since going gluten-free and dairy-free years ago, but now I can share this recipe with her – or borrow her maker – and try this one out.
This recipe calls for eggs, maple syrup, coconut oil, vanilla extract, gluten-free flour, and baking powder – it couldn’t be easier.
These gingersnaps are made with just 6 ingredients – and are so soft, you won’t be crunching them up all over your clothes or need a big plate to go underneath to catch the crumbs.
Enjoy these gluten-free dairy-free cookies any time of year – but especially around the holidays when everyone loves the gingerbread flavor.
These gluten-free thumbprint cookies are made with my almond flour sugar cookie recipe as a base and a bit of delicious jam right on top. Enjoy these thumbprint cookies on a dairy-free or vegan diet too!
Try them your favorite flavor of jam – my family loves strawberry and raspberry!
These molasses cookies contain no gluten, dairy, or eggs – but are full of tons of flavor from cinnamon, ginger, and cloves. If you love molasses cookies, you’ll love this recipe!
These cook up in under 15 minutes and of course – are perfect for the holidays.
We love amaretti cookies in our house, but I haven’t ever tried making them myself. Now that I have found this recipe that’s gluten-free and dairy-free, I’ll definitely be giving them a go this holiday season – and maybe even baking up some extra to share.
So 101 gluten-free dairy-free cookies under your belt, are you feeling inspired to hop into your kitchen and make some for yourself or to share?
I hope after seeing all these cookie options that you can now see that you still can indulge in tasty cookies even on a gluten-free and dairy-free diet.
What seems counterintuitive – no butter or sugar in cookies?! – these gluten-free dairy-free cookies are made to suit your diet, taste good, and make sure you get your cookie cravings met.
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