What Are The Health Effects of Gluten?
Gluten is actually a kind of protein group found in cereals, which are the iron stones of our kitchen. Barley, rye, wheat, etc. It is found in all processed foods made from grains and generally affects human health. Our body's immune system perceives this protein as a threat and has an allergic reaction to it. However, when the body meets this protein mostly, it does not perceive it as an invasion and continues to live with it. While it is possible for the body to continue with the digestive system in this way, unfortunately some people have sensitivity to gluten. If you have such sensitivity to gluten, you may experience pain in the gut and difficulty digestion. Because the ability of your intestines to absorb these nutrients is weak, it causes pain. Gluten sensitivity is not only limited to intestinal pain, but also increases the risk of developing depression, anxiety and autoimmune diseases.
How To Make the Best Gluten-Free Lemon Cookies?
To make these homemade lemon cookies better,
- Make sure you measure the flour correctly. You can use a kitchen scale or measuring cup to measure the flour. Flatten the flour with the back of the knife. In this way, you can make more accurate measurements. Otherwise, too much flour can make the cookie dough tough.
- Make sure the butter is at room temperature. Melted butter can cause the dough to spread and soften. By using butter at room temperature, you can prevent the dough from falling apart and spreading.
- Make sure the baking tray is at room temperature. Otherwise, an overheated baking sheet may cause the cookie dough to spread.
What To Serve with Gluten-Free Lemon Cookies?
These homemade cookies are perfect for tea and coffee time. It can be served plain or with a glaze.
Here are our delicious recipes that you can serve with Gluten-Free Lemon Cookies:
How To Store Gluten-Free Lemon Cookies?
You can store these gluten-free lemon cookies in the refrigerator or freezer. Allow the cookies to cool completely after baking. Store in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 3 days.
Can Gluten-Free Lemon Cookies Be Freezed? Yes. Cool the lemon cookies completely at room temperature. Place the cookies on a baking sheet and freeze for at least 1 hour. Then place in a freezer bag and freeze for up to 1 month. Place in the refrigerator the night before serving. Serve it at room temperature.