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Snowcap cookies


These cookies have icing sugar crusts that resemble snow-capped mountains when baked. They’re bursting with mouth-watering chocolate, and I don’t think anyone would know that they’re gluten-free.

plain chocolate 100g, melted and cooled
gluten-free plain flour 150g, sifted
ground almonds 110g
baking powder 2 tbsp
salt a pinch
caster sugar 100g
egg 1
butter 100g, softened
icing sugar sifted, for dusting

• Put the chocolate, flour, almonds, baking powder, salt, caster sugar, egg and butter in a large bowl and whisk together into a creamy dough. The dough will seem very soft but it will firm up as it

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