Gluten Free Chocolate Chip Cookies – Bites & Booze

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Substituting brown rice flour and corn starch for regular flour, Alex achieves “cookie nirvana!” Recipe below. Subscribe to Hungry for more Bites & Booze! youtube.com Find us on Facebook! www.facebook.com And check us out on Twitter! twitter.com Alex’s website: against-thegrain.com Tweet at Alex: ?@AlexThomopoulos – twitter.com ***************** Gluten Free Chocolate Chip Cookies 8 ounces unsalted butter, softened 10 ounces light brown sugar 2 large eggs 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 11 ounces brown rice flour 2 ounces cornstarch 1 teaspoon xantham gum 1 teaspoon kosher salt 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon 1 teaspoon baking soda 1 12-ounce package semi-sweet chocolate chips 1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees. 2. In the bowl of a stand mixer fitted with a whisk attachment, cream together the butter and sugar for 1 minute at medium-high speed. Stop the mixer and use a rubber spatula to scrape the butter and sugar off the sides of the bowl. Add the eggs and vanilla. Mix for another minute until the eggs are fully incorporated. 3.To a separate bowl, whisk together the dry ingredients, not including the chocolate chips. Turn the stand mixer on low and slowly add the flour mixture to the creamed butter and eggs. Mix until thoroughly combined. Turn the stand mixer off and add the chocolate chips, mixing by hand with a rubber spatula until chips are evenly dispersed. 4. Line a sheet tray with parchment paper and scoop the cookie dough onto the tray using a 1-ounce ice cream scoop. Make sure

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25 Comments

  1. Dina Stein

    can I use ANY kind of gluten free flour. I? live in a country where you can’t really find gluten free things to cook with. So…hopefully it will work.

  2. TheSlimjim2345

    There is a difference, and by the way made the cookies and they are fantastic one of the best recipe’s on the tube, and i have just been to a gluten free restaurant in the UK where i live the food was good but came back and had to dive in to those cookies again they are very comforting not just for women but us men too, more recipe’s using chocolate chips please, and please keep cheering? us up, Well Done Alex!

  3. TheSlimjim2345

    It is difficult,? but you can purchase them am waiting for a delivery, will let you know how i get on but will try to make GFchocolate chip cookies, by the way, you have a very unique way of expressing how possibly many of us GF lactose free people actually feel, keep up the good work with more of your excellent video’s, 10/10 maybe 11.

  4. Audiofreund2

    thanks thats nice. good luck for you too? 🙂

  5. snowblo1

    Hi, yeah, in all honesty, if your reasons for eliminating dairy is strictly due to weight lost issues, then I would probably go another route; and just try to consume those things? in moderation the best you can. I do realize that that can be quite difficult. Believe me, I have my troubles with “portion size” too. However, there’s still a significant amount of carbs & sugars in nut “milks”. I chose this lifestyle because I felt I didn’t have many other options. Good luck to you on your journey

  6. Audiofreund2

    well “heath wise”: I was overweight since I was 13. now I am 25 and after downs and ups and downs and ups with the weight ( low fat diet followed by A LOT of emotional eating because of big problems) I had to find some way to get along with my weight. so I decided to do atkins. eliminating sugar was really helpful (also for tooth decay)? but then weight loss stopped and so I am thinking about eliminating dairy products to continue the weight loss.

  7. snowblo1

    Hi there, yes, for me personally, I think my giving up dairy has benefited me greatly. Especially my mental health. Overall, I don’t think dairy products are good for any of us. I believe that the FDA has been feeding us one big fib as to why they say milk is healthy. But please, don’t let that solely be your reason for eliminating dairy. When I first made this decision, I trusted no one’s info, I researched it on my own. May I ask, is there? something that you’re going through health wise?

  8. snowblo1

    Yeah, I guess it’ll be correct to describe myself as “gluten & dairy sensitive”. Not really allergic, or intolerant. But the topics such as these, gluten, dairy, & refined sugar free, are subjects that I can discuss forever and a day. Now that I’m involved in this? “world,” there’s no turning back. And besides, I just find it so freakin’ fascinating. Do you want to e-mail? I’ll leave a message on your page? Thanks!!!!

  9. Audiofreund2

    did it change something in your “health”, do you feel something ? (without dairy products). I am? thinking about quitting eating dairy products. thanks

  10. snowblo1

    Hi again. The most difficult for me has been giving milk products. Now I only consume nut milks, such as, almond & hazelnut. Not to leave out coconut & rice as well. Those I like better for baking. Bread was also a big one to give up. I can recall ordering my first hamburger at Wendy’s after deciding to go gluten free. I was too embarrassed? to order it without the bun, so I didn’t. When I got home, I can remember licking both sides of the bun (mayo, ketchup, etc) before finally throwing it out.

  11. snowblo1

    Hi there, Audio….You’re so correct, it seems that everything has a marketing ploy to persuade consumers to, buy, buy, buy! As far as the changes that I’ve had to? make since going dairy & gluten free? Man, I’ll be honest, it’s been absolute HELL! But surprisingly, I’m adjusting…slowly, LOL. You wanna know what the kicker is? I’m not really technically “allergic” to either gluten, or dairy. I made the decision after I was having some episodes with anxiety & depression, and I don’t regret it.

  12. snowblo1

    Yeah, absolutely. Not everyone has a major concern with their consumption of sugar. I wasn’t being offensive at all; and I promise, I don’t ever come on other folks’ YT channels to start shit with them, LOL. You’re? right as well, regarding agave sweetener. I’ve read recent reports that have me a little skeptical now. Maybe I’ll try Stevia, or brown rice syrup as a future replacement. Thanks for being civil, and for providing a GREAT GF cookie recipe!

  13. Alex Thomopoulos

    I am allergic to gluten not sugar. hahaha. I TOTALLY get your concern about sugar. I often try to avoid sugar as much as possible, hence why I use natural sweeteners when possible like maple syrup and agave..although I? just read bad things about Agave too….LORDY B! I indulge once in a while with sugar ie these cookies. If you can find a great sugar sub let me know! I will include recipes next season! Thanks for your comments guys! 🙂

  14. Alex Thomopoulos

    I am allergic to gluten not sugar. hahaha. I TOTALLY get your concern about sugar. I often try to avoid sugar as much as possible, hence why I use natural sweeteners when possible like maple syrup and agave..although I just read bad things about Agave too….LORDY B! I indulge once in a while with sugar? ie these cookies. If you can find a great sugar sub let me know! I will include recipes next season! Thanks for your comments guys! 🙂

  15. fudgecupcakes12

    im? eating icecream

  16. Audiofreund2

    I eat sugar free, thats why this recipes made me wonder 🙂
    by the way: I think it its a lot of marketing, too. because they always want to offer us “something new”: fat free ( but with tons of sugar in it), cholesterin free? (on vegetable oil which naturally has no cholesterin in it LOL), now gluten free. not processed food: thats what I think is the best. what changed since your are dairy, gluten and sugar free ? especially gluten and dairy ? would interesst me. thank you.

  17. snowblo1

    Great video! I’m rather new to gluten free living, and am always looking for ways to improve my dishes. I was impressed with how you only added brown rice flour, and cornstarch to complete these cookies. Truth? is, I prefer brown rice chocolate chip cookies, over regular gluten flour ones. I will have to switch out using the brown sugar in these however, probably with coconut sugar. But thanks so much!

  18. snowblo1

    I had to laugh at your comment, because it’s so true. I’m gluten, dairy & refined sugar free now. It always baffles me how people would go to such great lengths to take gluten out of a dish, but then? turn around & add in so much refined, granulated sugar. Kinda defeats the purpose to me. But otherwise, I think this is a great GF cookie recipe.

  19. sabinal17

    light, fluffy and …off-taupe?
    just kidding ;)? it looks good?

  20. Audiofreund2

    gluten is bad, but? sugar is good ?

  21. farhath ayisha

    i love u !! u r? so funny

  22. Anthony Yan

    2:04 LMAOO? that was so beautiful

  23. TheSlimjim2345

    I recently tried to place an order for chocolate chips and was told via email that the company couldn’t? guarantee gluten free chocolate chips as flour was also processed in the factory?, so you have to be really careful if it doesn’t say gluten free chocolate chips then they ain’t gluten free, so be careful.

  24. Alex Thomopoulos

    they are just regular choc chips!? 🙂

  25. Franky Barragan

    im? hungry

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