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Wheat, Dairy, Gluten, Sugar, Soy, Fruit & Egg Free "Sugar" Cookies

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It seems almost as if having a food allergy is the new "it" thing these days. Either your mother, best friend, uncle or child is allergic or intolerant to some food, whether it be eggs, gluten, wheat, dairy, nuts, or maybe even all of these things.

While it's hard to deal with such problems year-round, during the holidays it's even more difficult, for our festivities generally center around eating copious amounts of cakes and cookies (gingerbread cookie eating context anyone?).

You're in luck though, if you or someone you love is intolerant to these foods, because the recipe below is 100% free of wheat, dairy, gluten, sugar, soy, fruit and eggs! While you may be thinking, what on earth is even in these "cookies," you will be surprised to know that they're actually quite delicious and extraordinarily nutritious. You won't have to feel guilty if you eat one too many of these little nuggets!

For the recipe, click here.

Watch the video to learn how you too can enjoy cookies once again!



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