Allergy-friendly! These make a great addition to any Halloween celebration. The original recipe calls for dyed almonds as the “toenails,” but because of my daughter’s nut allergy, I substituted colorful jelly beans and most kids seem to prefer my version, allergies or not.
Makes 36 cookies.
Jenny Kales is the mother of two girls, one with severe nut
allergies. She writes about her experiences at The Nut-Free Mom blog, where you can
find more allergy-friendly recipes.
Contact Jenny at [email protected].