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  1. Yevette

    Thank you, thank you for all your hard work! These look absolutely scrumpdiddlyumpshush! :o) I think this needs to be my (only one so far out of four) gf daughter and I's next baking expedition! Happy Holidays!

  2. Nancy @ The Sensitiv

    I. Want. These! They look amazing. Thanks for posting them on the Calling All Cookies exchange, Brittany. Happy holidays!

  3. Sophie

    Ooooooh,…waw, Brittany!! These real gf looking oreo cookies look like real winners! They truly look so appetizing!!

    MMMMMMM,..Your recipes never fail me!

  4. Ricki

    Wishing I could eat sugar about now. They look amazing!

  5. Hannah

    You are officially a culinary deity! I made these oreos today and they're delicious, thank-you so much for the recipe! As I just moved into my flat I had to hand-beat everything and use glasses to roll and cut out cookies but nevertheless they turned out amazing, if slightly fatter than normal oreos :) Can't wait to try your other recipes. xx

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  7. Heather

    Thanks for sharing this recipe, Brittany! I haven't had an oreo in 6 years! Your recipe is listed on my blog as one of the gluten-free treats that I’ve drooled over this Christmas season. http://www.glutenfreecat.com/?p=2403 I’ll be baking them soon! Hope your Christmas was merry!

  8. Gluten Free Diva

    These are sensational looking. Oh, to be able to dunk an oreo in a glass of almond milk would make me so happy! And here's another idea: I used to (back in the pre-GF days) make an ice cream pie by crushing oreos, mixing with melted butter, pressing into a pie plate and putting in the freezer for about 30 minutes. Then I would soften ice cream and spread it in the frozen oreo pie shell. You could easily do that gluten free and dairy free by using your cookie recipe and then either buying or making dairy free ice cream! Yum!!!! Thanks for a great recipe! And for your perseverance – it was well worth it!

  9. Jessi@SweetandSaltyL

    These look AMAZING! Oreos have always been a favorite and well it was a bit devastating the day I found out I couldn't have them any more! Thank you for making them possible once again!

  10. Sterling

    You impress yet again B!

    I needed to use a whole stick of EB and 7 TBS of water for the cookie dough to come out play- dough like. I only used 4 cups of powdered sugar in the frosting and it was still yum yum.

    Thumbs up.

  11. Lisa

    This is on my "to do" list this week. Hurray! I tried and tried to make a gf/cf oreo cookie recipe and never got it right. I can't wait!

    Lisa@The Nourishing Homemaker

  12. Tara

    I know you perfected this recipe BUUUUUT….. We cannot use sorghum at all. Unfortunately my son has terrible reactions to it. We have 30 allergens (no nut or seed flours either) Do you think using another flour would work? I do make my own “all purpose” flour with multiple rice flours etc… I use it to bake EVERYTHING. I wonder if this would work for this recipe if I were to replace the sorghum. Also, we cannot use Ener-G egg replacer, we have a potato allergy as well. We always use applesauce to replace egg in just about every recipe but I see here this should be a dry mix. Any other suggestions as to what I could replace that with? If not I will just do my own testing and see what I come up with. My son has been wanting to make “chocolate owl” cupcakes he saw somewhere and they use oreo’s for the eyes. He would love these!

  13. Adrienne

    I REALLY want to make these but the only thing holding me back is using white sugar and powder sugar. Any suggestions on subs for these two?

  14. Holli

    These are yumelicious! I must admit, I was out of sorghum so desperation drove me to “play” with this recipe and alter it to my particular allergies (quirks?) I used Namaste’s biscuit mic in place of the tapioca flour AND sorghum. I reduced the baking soda to 1/4 t. I also used an egg so I reduced the liquid to 4 T. The consistancy was exactly playdough and they cooked up beautifully in 10 mins! I have no doubt my alteration made them not as good as yours, but I was pretty darned pleased with them and so were my children. Thanks so much, Brittany – you help so many people feel non-quirky! :)

    1. Veralyn

      That’s good to know that the flour alterations and the egg worked. I don’t have egg replacer called for, so I was wondering how adding an egg and reducing the other liquid would work :) Now I will have to go play with the recipe too :) I have a little cousin that would also LOVE to eat oreos like everyone else, and I would really love some crushed oreos in non-dairy icecream :D

  15. Stacey

    these look amazing… My daughter is going to be in heaven this weekend when I make them for her…. Thank you so much for all your wonderful recipes….Stacey :)

  16. Roslyn

    Hi Brittany, I am having a hard time getting teff flour in Queensland, Australia without getting it shipped which would add another $12 to the total cost of the recipe. I would love to make these for my 8 year old who misses oreos so much. Can you recommend a substitute for it? Many Thanks :)

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