These gluten free butter pecan cookies are not only delicious they’re also very easy to throw together too. With just a few basic ingredients these scrumptious cookies mimic the flavor of butter pecan ice cream very well. And considering the high price of gluten free cookies, you’ll want to keep this recipe handy. With these delicious cookies, you won’t believe how good gluten free can be. To print this recipe or for more of my gluten free recipes visit the EZGlutenFree blog at www.ezgf.blogspot.com All photographs in this video were taken be me. No other entity has been granted exclusive rights to use my photographs. The music used in this video is royalty Free Music used with permission under a Creative Commons license. incompetech.com Ingredients list • ¾ cup butter • ¾ cup sugar • 2 eggs • 1tsp vanilla • 2 ½ cups gluten Free Bisquick • 1 cup chopped pecans • ¾ cup butterscotch morsels For additional free healthy dessert recipes, cooking tips and tutorials go to www.FaveHealthyRecipes.com To find this recipe at FaveHealthyRecipes go to (www.favehealthyrecipes.com
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Thank you for the? compliment.
I would like to? eat. Thank you.
Thanks for the kind words. I’m sure a cookie scoop would work? out very well for these.
Very nice. This recipe has simple ingredients and assembles very quickly. ? I wonder if using a cooking scoop might speed up the process. Thanks for this delicious idea!
I hadn’t used bisquick for cookies either until going GF. Now I use it as a flour (cup for cup replacement) in most of my old cookie and cake recipes as long as the original recipe also called for a leavening? agent. (baking powder and or baking soda). The mix contains both. It’s a lot easier than combining a bunch of flours plus xanthan gum like a lot of recipes call for. When you use gf bisquick you should also leave out the leavening agent and salt called for in the original recipe.
this looks so good! i haven’t used the? bisquik for cookies.
I just came across your channel and subscribed. Looking? good, chef! I just started a cooking channel myself. Stop by and check it out 🙂
Thank You Anne. That? was a very nice thing to say!
Oh yeah your right. The narrating, editing, setup, and general video production is the bulk of the work for sure. If I had you doing all that for? me, I’d want to make tons of videos. You always do an outstanding job.
I agree, when we all shoot a video, what we all have
at the end of all our efforts is a Masterpiece. But I
don’t understand my wife. I do the narrating, editing
setup and production. She just has to show me her
hands…Camera shy?…lol ?
Thanks David. Your wife is an awesome baker so I hope you can convince her to do more videos. The baklava video is still fresh in my mind. But I do tend to agree with her that video production while you’re trying to cook can be a pain in the butt. The end result is worth it though. Just tell? her that her awesome recipes will live in infamy. Haha.
Those look Great Anne! I’m trying to talk my wife
into doing more of this kind of baking, but she doesn’t
like measuring things out and getting organised for
the camera. She just likes throwing it all together.
Wheres the fun in all? of that?
These are awesome? Bow. Bring on the milk.
Thanks? Glen I appreciate you stopping by.
Bring on the cookies and? cold milk …..lol…..they look awsome….!!!
Butter Pecan is a great combo! The cookies? in this recipe look great.
These are very similar to pecan sandies but the sandies are really a pecan shortbread. They melt in your mouth like almost sand. YUM! For the sandies I’d do? 3 things differently.
1. leave out the leavening agent (baking powder).
2. leave out the eggs
3 chop the nuts a little more finely than this.
I just love pecan sandies too. But the end result is a cookie that’s a little more fragile than these. I try to stay clear of anything too fragile for the channel. 🙂
My supermarket is always selling out. I’m always stocking? up on it since I use it like a self rising flour. Thanks for stopping by Brenda.
Thanks Sandy, These are delicious because they’re buttery and nutty and aren’t too sweet. ? They’re one of my favorites. Hope you have an awesome week too my friend.
are these similar to pecan sandies? either way, you always produce delicious & nostalgic dishes that leave my mouth watering? each time!
I’m food shopping tomorrow, hoping they aren’t sold out? of GF Bisquick. What a great recipe. Thanks Anna!
They look great!! Watching your dessert recipes is my guilty pleasure like watching foodporn, everything i see makes me? so hungry and I want it so badly! The cookies look fantastic, and I love all the ingredients in them, so Im sure I will really like them, I will be printing this one!!! 😀 Have a great week Anne and thanks for sharing your awesome recipes!
Thanks Garnett, These were pretty? tasty indeed my friend.
These are always? a favorite .Yum.