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GF DOUBLE CHOC CHIP COOKIES



Gooey, chewy, rich, chocolaty goodness is the only way I can describe these mouthwatering cookies. Satisfying anyones chocolate cravings, these little brown circles of sweetness are not only delicious but also healthy! They're free from dairy, soy, gluten and can be made without refined sugar too.

Perfect for kids lunch boxes, snacks for work or at home, you can make these bad boys in big batches but I cant guarantee they will last very long. A batch of 9 lasted all of one hour in our house!!

The only ingredient containing refined sugar is the dark chocolate used as choc chips so experiment with different fillings for refined sugar free versions. Substitute the dark chocolate with raisins or chopped up medijool dates for a caramel gooey surprise.

Chilling the cookie dough in the freezer before baking is something I advise you don't skip out on. Yes, I completely understand that an extra 10 mins seems like a lifetime when you're waiting for your cookies to bake, but trust me the extra 10 minutes is well worth it!! Chilling the dough first allows for it to hold its shape better once baked and also the flavours have more time to absorb into the flour and sugar making it a much more tastier, fluffier, chewier cookie.


Once baked allow 5-10 minutes to cool down before stuffing your face, although again that didn't happen in our house; the look of that melting chocolate got the best of all of us.

I hope you enjoy these sweet, guilt free treats just as much as we did ♥

TIME: 30 mins including baking

MAKES: 9 cookies


INGREDIENTS:

  • 1.5 CUPS Almond Flour

  • 3 TBS Coconut Flour

  • 1/2 tsp Baking Powder

  • 1/4 tsp Organic Bi Carb Soda

  • 3 TBS Raw Cacao Powder

  • 1/4 CUP Rapadura/Coconut Sugar

  • 4 TBS Maple Syrup/Coconut Nectar/Brown Rice Syrup

  • 2 TBS Coconut oil (room temperature)

  • 1/4 CUP Filtered Water

  • 1-2 TBS Peanut Butter

  • 1/2 Block of 70% Dark Chocolate



METHOD:

  1. Pre-heat the oven to 180° Celsius

  2. Combine all dry ingredients in one bowl making sure there aren't any clumps left

  3. Combine all wet ingredients and stir well

  4. Poor the wet ingredients into the dry and combine until your dough is formed

  5. Roughly chop the dark chocolate into small pieces then fold into the dough mixture

  6. Line tray with baking paper

  7. Form cookies by rolling 2 TBS worth of dough into a small balls then press down firmly on tray. These cookies won't spread so make them the size you desire.

  8. Put tray in the freezer for 10 mins

  9. Bake for 11-12 mins

  10. Let cool for 5-10 mins


You can store cookies (if they haven't been gobbled up) in an airtight container in the fridge for up to a week.


Gooey, chewy, rich, chocolaty goodness is the only way I can describe these mouthwatering cookies. Satisfying anyones chocolate cravings, these little brown circles of sweetness are not only delicious but also healthy! They're free from dairy, soy, gluten and can be made without refined sugar too.

Perfect for kids lunch boxes, snacks for work or at home, you can make these bad boys in big batches but I cant guarantee they will last very long. A batch of 9 lasted all of one hour in our house!!

The only ingredient containing refined sugar is the dark chocolate used as choc chips so experiment with different fillings for refined sugar free versions. Substitute the dark chocolate with raisins or chopped up medijool dates for a caramel gooey surprise.

Chilling the cookie dough in the freezer before baking is something I advise you don't skip out on. Yes, I completely understand that an extra 10 mins seems like a lifetime when you're waiting for your cookies to bake, but trust me the extra 10 minutes is well worth it!! Chilling the dough first allows for it to hold its shape better once baked and also the flavours have more time to absorb into the flour and sugar making it a much more tastier, fluffier, chewier cookie.

Once baked allow 5-10 minutes to cool down before stuffing your face, although again that didn't happen in our house; the look of that melting chocolate got the best of all of us.


I hope you enjoy these sweet, guilt free treats just as much as we did ♥

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