Chocolate covered cookie drumstick  (allergy friendly)
I always feel for parents who have kids with multiple allergies.

My little nephews have to follow a gluten free, milk free, dairy free, egg free, soy free and nut free diet, along with multiple other allergies for certain fruits, vegetables, and meats.

Having to watch other kids get treats at school is never fun for any kid, so I made some of these drumsticks for them so they’d have something special at their school Thanksgiving celebration, and at home.

Filling drumstick molds
Originally I was thinking about a turkey cookie, but candy corn was out (artificial flavors and colors), and I have yet to be successful at making a gluten free cut out cookie that holds its shape well.

I decided a drumstick cookie might work, and then I found this cute drumsticks candy mold online. Perfect!

I brushed the molds with Enjoy Life chocolate chips melted with a little safflower oil, filled them with some crumbled cookies (made with Namaste cookie mix -I substituted chia seeds+water for the eggs, as they can’t have flaxseed either, and used safflower oil), then covered the cookies with more melted chocolate.

Good quality baking mixes are very helpful since gluten free baking is not one of my strengths. The one thing that really limits me finding allowable mixes is the lecithin, most mixes if they have lecithin are soy derived.
Chocolate covered cookie drumsticks(allergy friendly)

Chill in the freezer for 20 or more minutes.
Turn over to unmold onto a baking sheet or parchment paper.
This was a really fun and easy project!
Chocolate covered cookie drumstick w/bite (allergy friendly)
Since the cookies were chewy, the “chicken” was appropriately chewy too =)

Winner, winner, Chicken dinner!
urrr…Turkey Dinner!