Last Edited: 2013-09-06 19:13:59

For the life of me I can never remember off the top of my head the Chocolate Chip cookie recipe I've been
using for years. I always have to find that little yellow piece of paper where I have the ingredients written
down. Since I'm tired of winging it and sometimes getting some odd cookies out of the deal. And since I just
made the ones pictured, I'll make a blog post about it so that I have a place to look. Then I'll be able to
commit it to memory. Cause that's how it works.

This recipe is also a good base for any other kind of creative cookies you want to make. I've put all kinds
of things in these cookies like M&Ms, nuts, coconut, marshmellows, and more. Once, like my Mac & Geez, I put everything I had in these things
and called them Kitchen Sink cookies. Didn't really pan out to be that great, but the cookie part turned out!

In the title, it reads as gluten-free, but with the use of the table below, I will show you what
you can use to make them gluten free, soy free, dairy free, and they are naturally corn free. Pretty
much butter, sugar, and flour of some kind. Delicious!

Dry Ingredients

Regular Gluten Free Dairy Free Soy Free
Flour 2 1/4 Cups Plain ol Flour 2 1/4 Cups Gluten Free Flour 2 1/4 Cups Flour 2 1/4 Cups Flour
Baking Soda 1 tspn Plain ol BS 1 tspn You can use Bob's, but it's spensive and no one says that regular isn't gluten free same same
Salt 1/2 tspn salt 1/2 tspn salt uh,salt salt

Wet Ingredients

I know you see sugar as the first two and sugar isn't wet I know, but I group the ingredients into wet and dry and the sugar goes it the wet.. It'll make sense in a little bit.


Regular Gluten Free Dairy Free Soy Free
Brown Sugar 3/4 cup brown sugar same same same
White Sugar 3/4 cup white sugar same same same
Butter 1 stick margarine or butter same 1 stick margarine (usually soy/veggie oil) 1 stick sweet cream butter
Eggs 1 egg 1 egg 1/4 cup oil 1 egg
Vanilla Extract 1 tspn 1 tspn PURE extract
(more expensive)
same same


How for the fast part... The directions:

  1. Mix all dry ingredients and whisk together in one bowl.
    I usually use a bigger bowl.

  2. Mix all wet ingredients together and mix well.
    I usually use a 4 cup measuring cup.

  3. Mix the wet and dry ingredients together in larger bowl.

  4. Add other fun stuff like chocolate chips. If you are after soy free - watch chocolate chips for soy lecethin,
    and if you are trying dairy free, obviously no milk-chocolate... right?

Scoop or teaspoon the mixed batter onto cookie sheets. As you can see a roll of parchment paper helps
the cooking and removing cookie process by a lot! Put in a preheated 325 degree oven for about 12 - 15
minutes. You'll know when they are done when they looked like cookies that are not burnt. This makes about 50 regular sized cookies and if you cost it out it's about $2.52 for the batch of regular cookies - that's a nickle a cookie!! Not so famous amos.. Enjoy!



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