Grandmuzzie’s Carrot Cookies



When I was growing up I had the most wonderful loving grandmother. We called her Grandmuzzie. She was one of the most fun people I’ve ever known! She was always telling stories, or entertaining us with her ragtime piano. I was one of the youngest, and she called me her “chickabidee.” This is a picture taken in 1961 of my Grandmuzzie holding me!

She was such a huge part of my family’s life! I loved coming home from school to any of her cookies, but her carrot cookies with orange frosting were just the best! I really craved them after my celiac diagnosis, and so I tweaked the recipe to taste near the same! I love eating them, and reliving my memories of her! Grandmuzzie’s Carrot Cookies



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Comments on Grandmuzzie’s Carrot Cookies

August 11, 2008

Susie @ 8:18 am #

YUM! Grandmuzzie’s Carrot Cookies were always SOOOO good! Thanks for making this recipe gluten-free. Now we can all eat Grandma’s cookies and have happy tummies at the same time!

Margaret @ 1:27 pm #

Grandmuzzie and her cute tiny grandbaby girl! The recipe looks great too. Good cooks run in the family, you know!

August 12, 2008

Christine @ 3:57 am #

Wow! Now I am craving those cookies too. They look so good. I am glad you have that gift of finding ways to make good recipes gluten free.

August 27, 2008

Barbara @ 7:10 pm #

Hi, I am impressed with your site and have emailed it to other people that I know.

I am gluten intolerant and have not had a positive celiac diagnosis. I do react to gluten however. I am not able to eat high fat either.

I love the recipes on your site- as well as just your pages, love and care that have gone into it.

Thank you for sharing this!
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