How to Make Gluten-Free Chocolate Chip Cookies

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Today we make heart healthy walnut chocolate chip cookies. These are fabulous “Healthy Cookies” that you can make at anytime in your own home. The recipe can be found on www.crumbboss.com. Walnuts, no flour, no eggs, no white sugar no Butter,,,but it is a cookie! Crumb Boss TV is the #1 pastry and baking channel on Youtube! Have you ever wanted to learn to make a fabulous dessert from a certified culinary pastry chef? How about your very first cake to share with your family and friends? What about learning how to properly decorate a cake with a pastry bag? These are just a few of the examples of amazing desserts you will learn on Crumb Boss TV.. Gretchen Price is the Crumb Boss! She is the guru who will show you each week how to properly make such creations that will have coming back for more! She is a certified culinary pastry chef that will teach you step by step and provides all the recipes, questions you may have on www.crumbboss.com and do forget to share all your photos with all the Crumbies on the Crumb Boss Facebook Fan Page! We run many fun contests there each month and award big prizes! Have Fun!Two inch thick Crumb Buns. Yes big thick Crumb Buns that weigh about a half a pound. Angel Food Cakes, Baklava, Biscotti( assorted flavors) Biscuits, Boston Cream Pies, Bread Pudding, Brownie Mousse Cake, Brownies, Bundt cakes, Butter Cream, Vanilla and Chocolate Cake, Brown Derby, Cheesecakes, Ganache Cinnamon rolls & Bread. Cookie trays (Assorted or decorated over 200
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  1. FishHeeed says:

    shut up

  2. KristennT123 says:

    the butter is supposed to be room temperature, not melted if you’re gonna cream.

  3. AbbieLooWho says:

    i myself have celiac disease and it can be challenging but you learn to accept it and work your way around it. i have already found a cupcake recipe that is soooo goood!!! celiacs unite lol!

  4. that1nigglet says:

    Did you read the ingredients? Nothing can taste like shit if it has 1 STICK OF BUTTER.

  5. St34DyB0y1409 says:

    your mum tasted great last night. btw tell her the moneys next to the fridge

  6. GuliblGuy says:

    Soooo, preheat your oven, mix the dough and let it sit for an hour, THEN bake? Way to save electricity HC….

  7. Eyvel says:

    basically you need a bunch of extra stuff @_@

  8. jacobandquinn says:

    optional
    a slave
    hands
    a stomach
    

  9. jacobandquinn says:

    munch munch

  10. BlackFly1988 says:

    omg id kill my self D:

  11. TheShuckleGuy says:

    you sir must fail

  12. J038uck says:

    lol the advertisement next to the video is about donuts the irony!!! you’ll never enjoy them

  13. AlexisViray says:

    They actually taste bettar than regular cookies o.O

  14. Bow2ThePro says:

    My Mom Can Do it :D
    

  15. pavilionalex says:

    i bet the cookies taste great, and you taste like shit!

  16. PunkPrincessPirate says:

    My brother has a gluten AND casein allergy, so let me tell you because I know, rice flour is FOUL. It makes everything gritty and disgusting. He just learned to live without flour-based items such as bread and cookies and cake, it was easier that way =/

  17. quttro123 says:

    ummmmmm ididnt kno chocalate chip cookies wer healthy

  18. iluvfailz says:

    lolo gluten free
    bawfawfaw

  19. Ross Birch says:

    Either all of that or i could go to the shop and get a full bag for £1

  20. MiniMuffinWolf says:

    Lol, probably because they aren’t the same :/

  21. greengeekgirl says:

    You can purchase oats that are certified gluten-free, such as Bob’s Red Mill (but you have to look specially for the gluten-free certified kind). People with celiac disease are sometimes also sensitive to oats, but it’s not gluten in the oats.

  22. iRETR0 says:

    oats aren’t gluten free :

  23. MrSasyB says:

    i was going to make a Grammar Nazi comment, but I’ve had that done to me and I know it feels awful. English is not even my first language, so technically I’m not even allowed to do that

  24. kaduliho says:

    can i use almonds/hazelnuts insatad of walnuts?

  25. steph91069 says:

    Just not PEANUTS

  26. mommyandmissy says:

    You sayed be for you conuld not use nuts how can u use them now. Like what u do.

  27. Bigman240 says:

    If you’re going to use raisins, use less sugar or honey. The raisins add a lot of sweetness to the recipe.

  28. layla Luna Weasley says:

    SMART

  29. steph91069 says:

    PEANUT free! we use all the other nuts!

  30. ericalonabffl says:

    i thought u were a nut free bakery
    

  31. YummyBaking says:

    crumboss we love u n ur director young lady ;-)

  32. lLoveGreen says:

    Also, what’s the yield for this recipe ?

  33. lLoveGreen says:

    Watching you make these was like watching magic :D

  34. Phoebe Chen says:

    Can you substitute the walnuts with anything?

  35. steph91069 says:

    I bet you could, I have not, but I think if you put another EMPTY pie tin on top of it, and weight it down while baking, it should be fine

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