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Gluten Free Sensations Chocolate Chip Cookie Mix

August 7th, 2010

Since I have had a feeling I am soy intolerant, it has been difficult to find any cookies store-bought or even mixes that I can eat. While shopping at Meijer yesterday, I came across Gluten Free Sensations Chocolate Chip Cookie Mix. This mix does not include the chocolate chips, you must purchase your own. Although this makes it more expensive, you have the option of using carob chips or my personal new favorite, Enjoy Life Chocolate Chips.

I followed the directions on the box for mixing the batter. There is also a suggestion for making peanut butter chocolate chip cookies. I think I also might have a peanut intolerance, so I added a 1/2 cup of almond butter to the butter. This made some awesome chewy chocolate chip cookies. By far the best Gluten-Free cookies I have had since going Gluten-Free. My son has disliked any of the GFree cookies I have made to date, but he loved these. Other cookies I have made, he has taken only one bite, but  he even asked for a second helping of these!

So what makes these so special. I’m not really sure. The ingredients are very basic. Granulated Cane Juice (sugar), Potato Starch, Sorghum Flour, Brown Rice Flour, Tapioca Starch, Corn Flour, Baking Soda, Salt, Xanthan Gum. You have to add your own Chocolate Chips, so I’m not sure why this is so expensive. It cost me about $10 to make this one batch of cookies. Is it worth it? My son thinks so. They were pretty delicious.

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  1. August 21st, 2010 at 17:26 | #1

    Since you have to avoid Soy, you might like this woman’s blog:
    http://www.elanaspantry.com She uses almond flour for her goodies.
    The almond flour is a bit expensive, but it last a long time.
    She has 2 recipes for Chocolate Chip Cookies, I haven’t tried one yet, but I have made some of her recipes. Most of them come out great, I made one batch of cookies that tasted great but just turned into crumbs, I think I may have done something wrong.

    But she doesn’t use a ton of ingredients.

    I love Pamela’s Chocolate Chunk, but I looked and it has Soy Lectin in it. Oh well.

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