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    Nissa's Chocolate Chip Cookies (Gluten-Free)


    Scott Adams

    This recipe comes to us from Susan Carmack.

    ¼ cup white sugar
    ½ cup brown sugar
    ½ cup butter
    1 teaspoon vanilla
    1 egg
    1 cup white rice flour
    ¼ cup almond flour
    ½ teaspoon baking soda
    ½ teaspoon salt
    1 teaspoon guar gum
    1 cup chocolate chips

    Mix the ingredients in a food processor or mixing bowl. Add chocolate chips. Make little cookies. Bake at 350F for 6 minutes.


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    Guest sharon

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    It was good but very bland, but my kids enjoyed them.

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    My family really liked these. They had the texture and taste of Toll House! They beg me to make them now! Thanks for the recipe!

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    Guest Barbara

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    I made these with less sugar, and they were still sweet, but very good! I needed to cook them for about 12 minutes...

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    Guest Boram

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    These were my very first batch of gluten-free cookies and I think they are better than the normal kind! I substituted 1/4 cup white sugar with Splenda and had 1/2 white chocolate chips and 1/2 dark choc chips. I baked them for 14 minutes though.

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    Guest Marianne

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    These were great. I enjoyed them, did not change a thing. I made between 3-4 dozen dropping them by the tsp-full on an un-greased cookie sheet.

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    Guest Jeremy

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    This recipe was great!! I substituted the almond flour with additional rice flour, and added a teaspoon gluten free almond extract. It really enhanced the flavor. I also had to bake them for 14 minutes.

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    Guest Sharon

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    These were great. I made them for my dad, but the whole family enjoyed them.

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    Guest roxanne

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    I just made these cookies. First time for making gluten free ones. They came out great. Soft and chewy. I used raw sugar for more natural and substituted earth balance for butter as he is also casein free. We both thought they were like regular ones.

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    Guest Nicole

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    I made these cookies and my daughter (who also has celiac) thought they were made with wheat! They are very good.

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    I just made this recipe today, but I doubled it and added sliced almonds, about 1 cup, I baked them for 13 minutes and they were delicious. The real test will be the after, as usually gluten free cookies are not to good the next day as they crumble, some will see. I thought they were wonderful though today.

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