ahhh don't you just love a cooking disaster? i just made these cookies - doubled the recipe but not the flour. *sigh* lol
ah well, lucky the uncooked dough tasted good ;) they were soooo easy and i'm sure they're going to be a hit so i am going to make another batch for the freezer once i type the doubled recipe out, giving less room for error!
originally taken from Friendly Food from the Royal Prince Alfred Allergy Unit (they are egg free, dairy free if you sub butter with dairy free marg, gluten free, nut free and soy free if your flours are soy free)
160g brown sugar (or raw sugar ground in the thermomix)
2 tspns vanilla essence
300g gluten free plain flour
150g gluten free SR flour
heat oven to 170'c
roughly chop butter and place in thermomix, add sugar and vanilla. mix on speed 4 for about 30 seconds until well mixed and just starting to look creamy.
add flours and mix on reverse closed lid knead setting until well mixed (i think this took a minute or 2 actually)
put teaspoonfuls rolled into small balls on baking trays lined with baking paper. with a fork (dipped in flour if needed) press down gently to create crisscrosses on top
bake for 12-15 minutes until golden brown. cool on a wire rack.
i think they would be lovely with a little raw sugar sprinkled on top before cooking too :)