Cookie Dreams

I love cookies.

These cookies were everything I’ve ever wanted in an Amber allergy free cookie. When I found out I was allergic to all sorts of yummy foods, the only thing I mourned was cookies. For almost a year, I’ve been dreaming of a flour, egg, and dairy free cookie. Cookie dreams do come true, thanks to this recipe!

Adapted from Chocolate Covered Katie <— she’s my hero.

3/4 cup rolled oats

1/4 tsp baking soda

1/8 tsp salt

2 tbsp brown sugar or coconut sugar (don’t sub with white)

1 tbsp plus 2 tsp white sugar or evaporated cane juice (I didn’t add this, but Katie suggested adding it when you bake for friends!)

2 tbsp dark chocolate chips

1 tbsp oil or pre-melted margarine

1-2 tbsp milk of choice (start with 1)

I used my blender to mix the first five ingredients, then I mixed in the other stuff and formed little cookies! Place on a greased cookie sheet and bake for six minutes at 375 F. My batch only made eight cookies, so I suggest doubling the recipe. All the cookies are gone, they’re great with afternoon tea!

Happy Baking!

10 thoughts on “Cookie Dreams

  1. These sound really good! And not only are they allergy free they sound like they’re pretty healthy for a cookie too! :D Thanks for sharing the recipe!

    1. Oh my, they are so good! I don’t feel bad eating a bunch either because they are healthier than the traditional cookie!

    1. Oh Stephanie I was excited to check out your cookie link because I’m always looking for a tested cookie recipe. But sadly it does call for two eggs and almond flour which many of us on allergy free diets cannot eat! :( they do look delicious though!

  2. Oh Yay!! I am so glad you tried these, they are just amazing aren’t they?! I could have cried the first time I tried them, they were as good or better than other cookies I have made in the past when I still ate wheat! And I always double the recipe. Actually I should quadruple it be because my kids go nuts for these and will eat them all. :) enjoy!

    1. Tina, I made another batch today! I’ve been doubling the recipe too. I’m so happy that you and your family can enjoy these cookies!

  3. I made these into cinnamon raisin last night and they were delicious! Just thought I would share in case you wanted to try. Have a great day!

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