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  1. Dana

    These look fabulous! My grandmother used to make date pinwheel cookies – Do you think it would work using this recipe but using a date filling instead of the colored dough?

  2. Susan

    🙁 We can’t have ANY nuts or wheat. Will sorghum flour work? Thanks!

  3. Buttoni

    These look beautiful! I’ definitely be trying these for the holiday cookie tray this year! Thanks!

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  8. Reagan Miller

    Hi, so I tried out this recipe (very good, thank you) and I had a question on how you cut them? Mine became squished as I cut them and they weren’t very big. I don’t know how to make mine as perfect as yours!

    Thank you Brittany!

  9. Ann James

    Can you use almond meal instead of almond flour?

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