While I have a few recipes for chocolate chip cookies on this site, they are either double chocolate, soft, or a bit crunchy. This one is your typical chewy gluten free chocolate chip cookies. I don’t know why I haven’t developed a recipe for them earlier as they are one of my favorites. I hope you enjoy this recipe as much as we have.
Recipe Improved and Updated: March 3, 2015
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You could say gluten free chocolate cookies are a dime a dozen, but not these. What makes them special is they’re grain-free, flourless, and delicious! Continue reading “Easy Chewy Grain Free Gluten Free Chocolate Cookies with Walnuts”
If you looking for soft gluten free chocolate chip cookies, you’ve come to the right place. If you prefer firm cookies check out my previous Gluten Free Chocolate Chip Cookies made with a bit of almond flour. While this recipe is delicious, I favor the almond flavor a bit more. If you have access to superfine rice flour, I highly recommend using it over regular rice flour, as the regular is quite gritty. See the tip section to prevent a bit of this gritty flavor. Meanwhile, enjoy! Continue reading “Soft Gluten Free Chocolate Chip Cookies”
These gluten free almond cookies may be made with store-bought almond butter or home ground. You will find the directions provided below for how to do this yourself in your food processor or Vitamix blender. Add just a few ingredients and some your favorite chocolate chips and you’re all set. These cookies are a bit chewy, a bit soft, and a bit crunchy. Enjoy! Continue reading “Flourless Gluten Free Almond Cookies with Chocolate Chips”
I not only broke down and made chewy gluten free chocolate cookies but made them with chocolate chips to boot, for a double chocolate delight! I wanted to duplicate the cookie recipe used in the Pizookies at BJ’s Restaurant Brewhouse. They serve you a warm cookie freshly baked in a large tin topped with 2 scoops of rich chocolate ice cream. They even add a square of Ghirardelli Chocolate. These cookies are to die for! Fortunately, theirs are made with gluten, or I would be sharing one every time I visited there. Due to their calorie content, I would not eat these cookies often, but they are a definite treat for guests and special events. These gluten free chocolate cookies are soft, chewy and rich with chocolate. Add walnuts or more chocolate chips. It’s up to you! Look for Pizookie recipe in tomorrow’s post! Continue reading “Chewy Gluten Free Chocolate Cookies with Chocolate Chips”