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Gluten Plus Milk Intolerances = Cookies?

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I went to make cookies the other day.. I bought the Betty Crocker Chocolate Chip Cookie mix (after checking it for milk..).. I then went to do like I always do.. Add chocolate chips. Hersheys: Milk. Nestle: Milk. Ghuildueris (I can't find the right spelling. But their chips are 70% cacao): Milk. So I settled for peanut butter chips.. But I WANTED chocolate. And I don't like the chocolate chips in the betty crocker mixes (although dairy free was nice..)

So.. Someone pleeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeassse help me?! I'll buy in bulk if I have to! I need chocolate chips to add to my cookies! (and the brownies someone linked to the other day ;) )

TIA,

~Padme

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Enjoy Life makes chocolate chips that are free of the top 8 allergens, not sure of any other ones though since we are soy free too so that takes away alot of other options. Something else to look for is dark chocolate because a pure one should have no milk added.

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I went to make cookies the other day.. I bought the Betty Crocker Chocolate Chip Cookie mix (after checking it for milk..).. I then went to do like I always do.. Add chocolate chips. Hersheys: Milk. Nestle: Milk. Ghuildueris (I can't find the right spelling. But their chips are 70% cacao): Milk. So I settled for peanut butter chips.. But I WANTED chocolate. And I don't like the chocolate chips in the betty crocker mixes (although dairy free was nice..)

So.. Someone pleeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeassse help me?! I'll buy in bulk if I have to! I need chocolate chips to add to my cookies! (and the brownies someone linked to the other day ;) )

TIA,

~Padme

Hi Padme,

I'd recommend Elana Amsterdam's cookbook "The gluten-free Almond Flour Cookbook". Not all recipes are dairy free, but she's got some really good gluten-free DF Cookies in that book. Her website http://glutenfreegoddess.blogspot.com/2008/09/gluten-free-casein-free-recipe-index.html may help.

I checked this cookbook out from the library, and I'm considering purchasing it now that I know where to buy almond flour.

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We've had the best luck with Enjoy Life chocolate chips, too. Although I'm curious what peanutbutter chips you found that were dairy free - I could never find some when I was looking. :)

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I believe Sunspire has DF chips, but not soy free.

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Here's another vote for Enjoy Life chocolate chips! :) I love the tiny morsels!

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The dark chocolate ones we get are Gluten-free Casein-free and no soy they are not milk chocolate.

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