Gluten free double chocolate chunk cookies

I think these gluten free double chocolate chunk cookies are my favorite cookies ever!! They are super healthy and good for you.

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OMG, these gluten-free double chocolate chunk cookies are A.M.A.Z.I.N.G

Luckily for my friends and family these gluten chocolate cookies are going to make it to the goodie Christmas bags this year.

I don’t know who it is that told me once that gluten-free goodies always taste bad. Not these cookies, and for sure not any of the gluten-free goodies I have posted in my blog so far. If it is not good, I just simply do not post it.

Now, for these gluten-free chocolate cookies I used chocolate chunks but I am sure you could also use chocolate chips. I also used brown rice flour, which is one of my favorite gluten-free flours to bake with. One thing I learn is that, you must keep open bags stored in the refrigerator. So please do that, otherwise it will spoil.

I also bake a lot with coconut flour, but this flour is more for spongy cakes and muffins than for cookies. Almond flour is another good choice for me as well as oatmeal flour. Besides these ones I don’t think I have experimented with any other gluten-free flours before.

Well, there is not much to elaborate about these sensational gluten-free chocolate chunk cookies. I hope you get to make them soon. I will be making two batches of them in a couple of weeks to give away to friends and family together with other goodies.

If you get to try them, I hope you like them.

Enjoy!

Gluten free double chocolate chunk cookies

These gluten free double chocolate chunk cookies are truly out of this wold. They are so good that they will make it to my Christmas goodie bags this year. I hope you get to try them soon. You will not be disappointed.

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Here you can see the batter process of mixing. Done with my rubber spatula. I don’t have stand mixer and this method works fine. A tiny bit more work, but it is OK with me. The batter is nice and smooth when mixed. Just scoop it out onto the baking sheets when done. It gives about 24 cookies.

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Gluten free double chocolate chunk cookies

Miryam's original recipe

Yield: 22-24 cookies

Total Time: 20 minutes

Ingredients:

Directions:

Preheat oven to 350F. Lined two cookie sheets with unbleached parchment paper and set aside.

In a safe microwave dish, over 45 second intervals and stirring the chocolate in between, melt five ounces of the chocolate chunks. Set aside.

In a large mixing bowl, with a wire whisk, you can also use a stand mixer, add the eggs, sugar, and oil and beat until combine. Add the vanilla and melted chocolate and beat constantly while you add it.

Add the flour, baking soda, salt and cocoa powder, and the remaining chocolate chunks (f using, add the chili powder as well) and combine. I do this step with a rubber spatula.

With a medium cookie scoop, scoop cookie batter on each baking sheet about 2 inches apart. Bake for 10-12 minutes. Cool cookies on a wire rack and store in an air tight container.

Screen Shot 2013-12-06 at 10.55.04 AMNutrition facts calculated based on the recipe giving 24 cookies

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22 comments

  1. oh my these look heavenly. love the pb and coconut combo, it’s perfect. you did a really good job with the layers.. it’s so neat.

  2. awesome!!!!!i want some now!these look really really good.

  3. I was with my nephew reading this blog and we had exactly the same thought bubble : “We have to make this definitely” Thanks for sharing…Page, bookmarked!

  4. super yummmy…thanks for sharing dear..:)
    Tasty Appetite

  5. Nooo! You went and messed with my favorite recipe ever! Just kidding. :) I’m sure these are also yummy! I love that they have a peanut butter layer. You know I will be trying these out for sure. I just made granola bars and wish I had seen these first. :(

  6. Ahhh, these look incredible! I don’t make things like this often, my hubby doesn’t really like chocolate and there are peanut allergies in the extended family, but they look so awesome. I need to look for an opportunity to try these to share otherwise I think I’d eat them all :D

  7. They look soooo good! Love those swirls in the ganache :-)

  8. These are over the top! I especially love the dark chocolate in the crispies…such a simple adaptation :)

  9. YUM! I made them and they’re insanely delicious. I don’t know which version I prefer. I don’t even like coconut but I keep coming back for these. Even my husband liked them and he doesn’t “like cocoa.” :D

  10. Oh yum! I love anything peanut butter and chocolate! I’m definitely making these!

    Thanks for sharing!

  11. You mention sugar in your description… but in the recipe itself you only mention honey. Is there an ingredient missing?

  12. OOOhhhhhh……I think I may swap out the peanut butter and do a caramel layer and use Biscoff for the base. A true party for my tastebuds!

  13. Just made these for a bbq I am hosting tomorrow. They are amazing. I don’t think I will serve them at all. I also made the chili brownies, which is a go-to for me. Can’t wait to share with everyone!

  14. I did make these bars with one substitution. I melted unsweetened chocolate in a Maria bath and added a litle bit of honey and salt for the top layer. Didn’t have any chocolate chips on hand!

  15. Just wondering if Almond Butter can be subsituted for the peanut butter in this recipe (for those with peanut allergies/sensitivites)?

  16. Looks yummy ! Can i use puff rice instead of brown rice cereal? 

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