Ians Gluten-Free Chocolate Chip Cookie Buttons A Cute Pop-and-go snack
Wow, I just made this same 1/2 recipe last weekend. Sometimes we get so wrapped up in chasing the best chocolate chip cookie recipe that the humble oatmeal cookie gets neglected.. For mine, I used walnuts and dried sweetened cranberries, a little more vanilla, a dash of nutmeg, and another dash of dried ginger. The dough smelled and tasted fantastic and so were the baked cookies. This is definitely a keeper.
Ian’s Gluten-Free Chocolate Chip Cookie Buttons a cute pop-and-go snack
I also love, love. love these cookies and being a chocolate chip lover, had to put in about 1/2 cup mini chocolate chips. I too subbed cranberries for raisins.I have also found chilling my chocolate chip cookie dough before baking also enhances their results.
first, this is the best site ever! second, do you think bread flour can substitute for all purpose with the oatmeal raisin cookies? my chocolate chip and peanut butter cookies are with bread flour because i love a chewy cakey cookie!
These cookies are phenomenal! I absolutely love the texture! Not overly sweet themselves but could be enhanced by the addition of some white chocolate chips if you like a sweeter cookie. I enjoyed them just as they are. A lightly crisped bottom with a chewy, yet, not undercooked center. Perfect. My new favorite cookie.
I made sweet tamales the other weekend and had a mixture of raisins, chocolate chips and roasted walnuts left over, so I decided to use it for these oatmeal cookies. Yummmm!!! Just discoved this site and is officially my new BFF!!! :)
I just made these for the first time. I used a 1 ounce scoop and have Monster cookie goodness. HANDS DOWN the best oatmeal raisin recipe ever. I used dark chocolate chips, raisins and dried cranberries. YUM.
Being a novice of keto baking, my cake was a little flat, how can I fix that, I also did the chocolate chip cookies and they are really small, maybe I made too many and do they have to be flattened a lot more than I thought as they do not look like the picture.
When Isaac sends Rachel on a mission to uncover a mint chocolate chip ice cream mystery, she summons Ben & Jerry's flavor guru, Eric Fredette, who's responsible for creating flavors like The Tonight Dough and Brownie Batter Core, Heather Hodge, head chef at Molly Moon's Homemade Ice Cream in Seattle, and Nestle's test kitchen manager, Meredith Tomason. Nestle invented the chocolate chip back in the 1940s and Meredith shares the history of the legendary Toll House chocolate chip cookie.
Isaac sends Rachel on a mission to uncover a mint chocolate chip ice cream mystery. So Rachel summons Ben & Jerry's flavor guru, Eric Fredette, who's responsible for creating flavors like Tonight Dough and Brownie Batter Core, Heather Hodge, head chef and manager of culinary operations at Molly Moon's Homemade Ice Cream in Seattle, and Nestle's test kitchen manager Meredith Tomason. Nestle invented the chocolate chip, or the "morsel," back in the 1940s and Meredith shares the history of the legendary Toll House chocolate chip cookie.