Gluten and gluten-free eaters alike need a great go-to recipe for chocolate chip cookies. The classic dessert can be served at almost any occasion and is an effective way to instantly win over a crowd. After all, who doesn’t love the sweet indulgence at least every now and then? To some dessert lovers, the perfect cookie is thick and cakey; to others, thin and crisp is the name of the game. Regardless of your preferences, you can recreate your personal ideal in gluten-free form. While ingredients like xanthan gum can help your cookie to bake up, tricks like refrigerating the dough before putting it in the oven can help your end-product be more moist and chewy.
We’ve all been there: you want a homemade cookie but you don’t want to bake. Maybe your oven is out of commission, maybe the house is already too hot, maybe you’re short on time or maybe you’re just not in the mood. Regardless of your reasoning, this list can help. We’ve compiled the top thirty no-bake cookie recipes that suit a diet free of wheat, barley, rye and related grains.
Even if we can’t agree on what mix-ins should be present, can we concur that there’s nothing quite like a delectable oatmeal cookie straight out of the oven? Whether you love raisins, crave nuts, demand chocolate chips, covet simplicity or like to get really creative, we’ve got you covered. Falling in love with at least one recipe on this list is practically guaranteed!
People are often doubtful as to how tasty a cookie can really be, without non-paleo ingredients like grains, gluten, dairy, and refined sugars. And it has been said that a cookie is the real test of a good flour. So finding great paleo cookie recipes sounded like a real challenge. And yet…there are some really yummy, yet healthy, chocolate chip cookies to be made.
As the online paleo community grows, chocolate chip cookie recipes like these are not hard to come by. Here are just 16 amazing and diverse recipes we found with a bit of quick research. Check ’em out!
Who among us doesn’t love chocolate? As feel-good food goes, chocolate is certainly one of the most popular options. Plus, it tends to be something that we tend to crave far more often than we probably should. There’s actually a reason for this. Chocolate contains a bunch of compounds that help us to feel good and less stressed.
That’s probably why we tend to chocolate when we are particularly stressed or upset. Research is also starting to indicate that chocolate might be good for you, largely because of the natural compounds from plants that it contains. Those benefits do mostly apply to dark chocolate but it is still good news for anyone that likes a bit of chocolate now and again.