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! They are made without egg yolk, oil, or butter, and can easily be made dairy-free by using Enjoy Life Mini Chocolate Chips or additional nuts. Oh you want them nut free? Skip the nuts and use more chocolate chips. Whatever your allergies are, there’s a work around. For those who are intolerant to potatoes, use tapioca or cornstarch or to replace the one tablespoon of potato starch. You can even use arrowroot if you’re allergic to all other starches. Similar to brownies when warm, and chewy once cooled, they are extremely easy to make. In about 40 minutes, you could be sinking your teeth into one these four-inch bad boys. They are simply addicting!
I received a quart of Tropical Traditions coconut oil to review and just had to test it out with a gluten free cookie recipe. I ran out of almond flour and added a bit of chestnut flour, but I think you can use all almond meal if you prefer. Great cookie, if you like coconut! – almost like macaroons! Continue reading “Gluten Free Cookie Recipe: Almond Chestnut Chocolate Chip”
Wanting to experiment with new gluten-free flours and grains, I picked up some of Bob’s Red Mill organic amaranth flour and amaranth grains to create a new gluten free cookie recipe. I have been wanting to find a healthy snack besides premade protein bars, and amaranth (a seed) is rich in protein (15-17% by weight). Compared to other grains, it is the richest in lysine and the highest in fiber (3 times wheat). It is also loaded with vitamins and minerals. Continue reading “Gluten Free Cookie Recipe: Pear and Walnuts”
October is National Cookie Month! What a great excuse to make a batch, right? These gluten free cookies are scrumptious! I love gluten free shortbread cookies probably because they have more butter than the average cookie recipe, but this recipe uses less butter and replaces it with a little nut flour. Enjoy! Continue reading “Gluten Free Shortbread Cookies”
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”