These flourless peanut butter chocolate chip cookies have been a bit of a revelation around here lately.
It all started with these. After making loads of almond butter for my tutorial, I got it into my head that I wanted to make cookies with some of the almond butter spoils. So I found this recipe from Sally, and the result was a hit.
After that, it wasn’t long before I took the flourless action on over to peanut butter town.
While we love flourless chocolate chip cookies made with almond butter, peanut butter has us utterly and completely smitten. Almond butter results in an almost airy, light cookie. It’s great. But peanut butter is just … ahhhggg. These cookies, seriously! They are soft and chewy and rich and incredible.
We’re not gluten-free in this house, but these gluten-free chocolate chip cookies have won us over.
I mean, for one, they are so easy to make. I love my classic chocolate chip cookies (straight from the Nestle Toll House bag, thank you), but these cookies are so, so much easier. Throw six ingredients into a bowl (yep, just six). Stir with a big, sturdy wooden spoon. Add chocolate chips. Stir again. That’s it!
Scoop onto a baking sheet, flatten just a little with your fingers, bake for 10 minutes, and you’re off to the races. Oh, and P.S., your kitchen smells amazing, too.
Yep – just one bowl, no sifting, no creaming – and far fewer ingredients than traditional chocolate chip cookies.
Of course, if the end result didn’t taste incredible, I wouldn’t be a convert. Luckily, they do.
Yep, pretty much the easiest chocolate chip cookie recipe ever.Read More