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Chocolate Chip Cookies #6 (Gluten-Free)

Lisas Firehouse Chocolate Chip Cookies:

1 cup white rice flour
1 cup brown rice flour
2/3 cup tapioca flour
1/3 cup potato starch
1 teaspoon baking soda
½ teaspoon baking powder
1 teaspoon salt
¾ Cup Brown Sugar
1 Cup White Sugar
3 Eggs
1 ½ teaspoon Vanilla (if using Authentic Foods ½ teaspoon)
2 Cup Chocolate Chips
¾ Cup Butter
¾ Cup Shortening

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Mix everything together bake at 350 for 10 to 12 min.

I revised my special cookie recipe that I use to make when I was in forestry, My friends cant even tell they are gluten-free cookies. Make extra because they go fast!

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ewittrup
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17 Mar 2011 12:49:48 PM PDT
Made this recipe as directed - softened butter in the microwave. They spread a lot in baking. Added some xanthan gum (1/2t for about 1/3 of the batter) in the end...did better - still didn't stand up tho. Will do more next time.. Tastes yummy tho!

 
Karen
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10 Nov 2012 7:39:23 AM PDT
I took the advice of ewittrup and added xanthan gum, but the cookies still spread a lot. It made a big batch of cookies. They are very crumbly and break apart very easily. Not for eating in the living room.




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