Christmas Tree Biscuits Gluten Free

90 Mins15 Mins120 MinsLevel: Easy
gluten free paleo Christmas tree cookie stack

How cute is this!!!!
I made this out of the Ginger Mix using the Lebkuchen recipe but you could also use the Vanilla Mix and the Orange and Cardamom recipe too

You need at least 3 different size star cut outs. I should have used a tiny one for the top but the royal icing decoration looks pretty cool too. (My daughter did the decorating, so definitely let your kids get involved if you have got some)

I made my royal icing with xylitol but here are the paleo moms words on icing…

“A note on Royal Icing: Traditional Royal Icing is made with egg white, lemon juice, and confectioner’s sugar. To make grain-free confectioner’s sugar, all you have to do is blend something like maple sugar or evaporated cane juice in a blender or food processor until a fine powder, then add 1 Tbsp of arrowroot powder per 1 1/2 cups of sugar ground to a powder. If you want white Royal Icing like my pictures, you’ll have to use white sugar. Evaporated cane juice and maple sugar will both give you a tan coloured finished product (still beautiful and tasty though). I made the choice to use white sugar this year since it’s the only treat I plan on making and our holiday is otherwise devoid of treats. Royal icing goes quite hard as it dries, so don’t make it until you’re ready to decorate all of the cookies.”

Gingerbread Cut-Outs (Revisited)

paleo christmas tree biscuits

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