Easy, delicious and very moreish grain free almond flour chocolate chip cookies. These cookies are made with coconut oil & sugar, vanilla and grain free flours. Ready in under 30 minutes they’re easy to whip up and enjoy in no time.
I have to say that these gluten-free or grain-free chocolate chip cookies are the best I’ve had! When baking grain-free I like to combine almond flour and coconut flour. I feel that what one flour lacks the other makes up for.
Coconut flour alone can be a bit crumbly and almond flour can be a bit dense and heavy, but together they make a darn good cookie! I think Chocolate chip cookies may just be one of my favorite treats, so having a healthier version like this is a must!
For the chocolate chips I used this brand. I like them because they don’t contain GMOs or weird additives like soy lecithin.
Things To Add To These Almond Flour Chocolate Chip Cookies;
- Mix up the chocolate chips and try adding white chocolate
- Depending on the time of year you could add some cinnamon for a festive feel
- Adding orange zest gives a delicious flavour (especially with dark chocolate)
- You could also sub the chocolate chips for dried fruit such as cranberries if you prefer
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Grain-free Chocolate Chip Cookies
- Pre-heat the oven to 350°F
- In a food processor or mixer combine all ingredients except the chocolate chips and mix well. Make sure you soften or melt the coconut oil so it's easier to combine.
- Gently fold in the chocolate chips manually with a spoon (do not mix it with the food processor or it will chop up all the chocolate chips).
- Take small bits of the dough and shape into a round cookie and place on a cookie sheet lined with parchment paper or silpat.
- Bake for 10-15 minutes or until slightly browned on top. If you feel the cookies right out of the oven they may feel a bit soft, but allow them to cool and they will harden.