7 Secrets To Perfect Gluten-Free Chocolate Chip Cookies

Perfect Gluten-Free Chocolate Chip Cookie

Making gluten-free chocolate chip cookies are easy once you know how and have a good recipe. Making cookies is easy enough I am sure you have made them dozens of times before but when you have an allergy to certain products it becomes a challenge to find a receipe that works for you. Many people have food allergies today and more and more are finding that they have celiac disease or an extreme allergic reaction to gluten found in milled flour.  If this is you then you will love these gluten-free chocolate chip cookies as much as I do.

I made them using ground almond flour, use a good quality like Red Mill, adding a ½ tsp. xanthan gum to the flour, it acts as a thickening agent and or stabilizer to prevent separation of ingredients.

I made Toll House Cookies for my son as a child and he still  bakes them for himself as a grown adult today, but I cannot eat regular milled flour so had to work out a solution for oh, so good Gluten Free Chocolate Chip Cookies.

Believe me, you will become a competant gluten-free baker once you learn how to adapt your favorite recipes to use ground almond flour instead of white or other types of flour and you will be very pleased with the results.

There are just a few tips that help to make these cookies not just good but delicious so let’s get busy and make them.

Here are my 7 secrets to the perfect gluten-free chocolate chip cookies:

#1:  Cream Cheese

cream cheese

Substituting 1/4 of your amount of butter as cream cheese makes the cookies crispier and a little lighter in the calorie count too, as the fat content is less.