Make Great Gluten Free Chocolate Chip Cookies

Make Great Gluten Free Chocolate Chip Cookies

Visit for awesome gluten free chocolate chip cookie recipe. These Almond butter gluten, dairy and soy free cookies can be a very health snack. Full of protein, essential fat, fiber and all natural. If you want one of the best tasting, most satisfying gluten free, dairy free, soy free chocolate chip cookies I’ve ever had, head on over to http It took us roughly 1 hr to make these cookies, but it was our first time and we didn’t have everything ready. I’m certain we could cut that time in half next time. If you’re curious, we got about 20 cookies out of our batch and calculate that each scrumptious gluten free chocolate chip cookie has approximately 200 calories. Definitely a satisfying healthy snack.

This month we talk you through the easiest Peanut Butter Cookies you’ll ever make!

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  1. thx2net says:


    That was fun.. “you going to put a lid on that aren’t you” — clean up, clean up, everybody do your share – LOL

    I had one yesterday, they are really good. Best all natural cookie I ever made.

  2. 1204justice says:


  3. MiKaKo22 says:

    Can these cookies be frozen? Nice video i like the recipe!

  4. 123carolynann says:

    what is the name of the hot fudge

  5. makatanoshiba09 says:

    hello there!

    I just wanted to say thank you for this! I was Diagnosed with gluten intolerance and had been looking for alternatives! thank you so much for sharing this with the world! keep doing what you are doing!

  6. 123carolynann says:

    Hi my name is carolyn. I have celiac disease. I have tried this recipe it was delicous. I was thinking the other night and i told my dad that we need to make this and bake halve and the rest to make little bite size balls and freeze them. Then when they r done to put them in Blue Bell Vinalla ce cream( gluten free).

  7. VeronicaTaylor2 says:

    anything gluten free is good for celiacs. a gluten free diet is the only treatment for celiac disease.

  8. youburymeinblack says:

    is this good for someone with celiac disease?


    I used to make these, only I used brown sugar, these are my favorite cookies, however, I no longer use sugar, I only use Stevia or Xylitol. Can you help me enjoy these again using my sweeteners?

  10. hipretty says:

    thanks for the reply. You really should get your own channel, wait, you have your own channel if I am writing to you & not pox. You should upload the recipes vids there no matter how infrequently you post. People may want to subscribe to you & not want to receive each & every video from toosmartguys IYKWIM? My hubby is very techie too & we are very close, but I would not want to share a channel w/him if I was posting GF recipes & he was posting technical talk videos. just saying :)

  11. ladydimitria says:

    Ohmygoodness, I feel so bad posting after it’s been this long, but I only just saw your message! I’ve actually never tried making these cookies with Splenda or stevia, but my sister does quite a bit of baking with both and likes stevia the best. And I don’t think Smuckers has changed their fudge recipe since I’ve been using it, but I do know that last time I bought it, just a few months ago, it was still gf. ;-) Sorry again for the late response!

  12. MissPaleoRecipes says:

    Wow..I’m going to try this tomorrow ! Gluten freeee

  13. ilovebagpuss2008 says:

    Whats a cup equivalent to ounces uk 

  14. ilovebagpuss2008 says:

    These would be good crumbled to make a gluten free cheesecake base

  15. hipretty says:

    WOW! Hahahaha I posted that a year ago! Do you know if they changed the fudge recipe? Do you know if you can use splenda or stevia? Thanks! :-)

  16. ladydimitria says:

    I was using Smuckers Hot Fudge, which the company was listing as being GF at the time. However, ingredients change, so check labels and contact the companies whenever possible. ;-)

  17. ladydimitria says:

    This is true, we never used to use the baking soda, but it was suggested to me by another baker, and I found them to be slightly less dense with it, so I added it to the recipe. But this recipe can be done quite simply with just 1 cup unsweetened PB, 1 large egg, and 1 cup sugar. :-)

  18. ladydimitria says:

    Yes! These would absolutely work out with an addition of vanilla (I find 1/2 – 1 tsp to be plenty) and/or the substitution of brown sugar for some of the white sugar. In addition, you could reduce the white sugar to about 1/4 cup, since the 1/2 cup brown sugar will be slightly sweeter and “sturdier” than the white sugar. Good luck with your bake sale! :-)

  19. melyoyo1 says:

    Hi!!! Im doing a bake sale im only 11 though. I decided to look for some easy recepies and let me tell you, this was one of THE BEST!!! I think im gonna end up making these. Would it still taste good if I added some vanilla extract and half a cup of brown sugar instead of all that white sugar?

  20. courtleex says:

    you don’t need the baking soda :)

  21. 010101o says:

    just made these about 30 mins ago. they are a bit on the sugary side but fortunatly the coeliac i made them for is 2 years old and loves sugar. however i will cut down on the sugar next time, i think half a cup will be plenty! great recipe though, and so quick, 10 mins prep and 15 in the oven, 12 cookies in 25 mins!

  22. TheGraceofChrist says:

    GREAT IDEA!!! I’ll try that instead of sugar. Thank you!

  23. roja72b says:

    Thank you so much. I needed this.

  24. fantasticalice says:

    Give me a sub for all that sugar!?

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