COOKIE FUN part 2 - Chewy Chocolate Chip




Whether you use all purpose gluten flour or our gluten-free blend below, these cookies are fantastically chewy, moist, and oh so tasty.
Chewy Chocolate Chip

Chewy Chocolate Chip Cookies

2  1/2c. all purpose flour or Gluten Free mixture: 1/2c. soy flour,
    1/2c. tapioca starch, 1/2c. potato starch, and 1c. rice flour
1tsp baking soda
1/2tsp salt
1/2c. butter, at room temperature
1/2c. shortening
1 1/2c. firmly packed brown sugar
2 tsp. vanilla
2 large eggs
12 ounce package chocolate chips
Chewy Chocolate Chip

First off measure out your gluten free flours and sift together well or put them all in a tightly lidded container and shake well.  Mix the salt and soda with the flour and set aside.

Heat the oven to 375.  Cream butter, shortening, and sugar together.
Chewy Chocolate Chip

Add eggs and vanilla and blend well.

Blend in the flour mixture then stir in chips of your choice.
Chewy Chocolate Chip

Using a spoon or a 2 tsp disher drop the dough on an un-greased sheet about 1-2 inches apart.  The gluten-free version cookie spreads more so allow more room for it.  In the following pic you can see the difference in color between the wheat flour and the gluten free flour, the gluten free is much lighter before baking.
Chewy Chocolate Chip

For the regular flour version the cookies need to cook 8-10 minutes depending on how brown you like them.  The gluten-free version needs less time, about 7-9 minutes.  They crisp faster than gluten flour cookies and do not stay as moist as long.  However this flour blend worked very well and the cookies tasted light and vanilla-ish and perfect right from the oven. (Pardon my well loved trays...)
Chewy Chocolate Chip

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