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Chocolate Chip Cookies #4 (Gluten-Free)

This came to me from Lisa S Lewis.

Pre heat oven to 375

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1 ½ cup white rice flour
½ cup sweet rice
¼ cup potato starch
1 teaspoon baking soda
½ teaspoon baking powder
1 teaspoon xanthan gum
1 teaspoon salt
2 eggs
½ c sugar
½ C Brown sugar
1 Cup margarine
12 oz chocolate chips
1 teaspoon vanilla

Combine flours and other dry ingredients. Cream shortening and sugar. Beat in eggs. Add vanilla. Add to flour mixture. Stir in chips. Drop by round teaspoon on an un-greased sheet. Bake 10-12 minutes.

(I came up w/this recipe, experimenting with the ingredient list from the gluten-free Pantry mix. Theirs are good, and a lot easier to make, but I wanted to be able to do it from scratch to save money. I make mine nondairy by using the excellent chocolate chips made by Barat (health food store). If I cant find those I use Ghirardelli brand.

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Kensley
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06 Apr 2011 3:16:12 PM PDT
I have celiac and my mom and I were looking for a recipe for chocolate chip cookies and we found this one. They were very good - yum! But when my mom put them in the stove they didn't flatten. But other wise they were good!

 
Mimi
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10 Apr 2011 3:45:28 PM PDT
So is it a good or bad thing that they flattened??




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Texas children's hospital in the med center has a celiac center now. https://www.texaschildrens.org/departments/celiac-disease-clinic Good luck!