What do you get when a cookie and a pie cross paths? Hamentaschen! It's a pocket-filled cookie traditionally enjoyed with an orange poppy seed filling on the Jewish holiday of Purim.
Holiday's aside, it looked and sounded delicious so I thought I'd try to create a modified version using a homemade gluten free flour mix. Ever since I have been dying to post this recipe! This is a NEW and total keeper in my recipe book. I had to put them in the freezer because I can't keep my hands off them. :)
The best part is, you can mix it up and have a wondrous time creating the most satisfying delicious dessert. It makes a very large portion so they would be great for parties! I can't wait to make our next batch. No sugar, no preservatives, all homemade from scratch!
Roll out the dough and use a glass to make round circles
Place round cookies on prepared cookie sheet, add filling and pinch sides to form a triangle.
Bake for 14-15 minutes, until edges are golden brown
Enjoy each and every bite!
Try not to eat all at once - they are that good!
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