Welcome to my blog, through which I hope to be able to share my experiences of gluten free cooking, baking, experimenting and eating.
When my daughter was diagnosed (age 6) with Coeliac Disease, our world of eating changed overnight. From breads, pastry and pasta to cakes, biscuits and puddings.......... suddenly most of what we knew was 'off the menu'. I think I must have tested every available gluten free product on the market, seeking out replacements to try and keep things as normal as possible. I was disappointed to find that what was available was often dry, crumbly and flavourless.
Not one to shy away from a challenge, I decided to turn my kitchen into a laboratory, turn all I knew about cooking on its head and start creating!

Friday, 2 May 2014

Dark & Chewy Chocolate-Peanut Butter Cookies - gluten free

This recipe has been moved to HERE (with updated photos)



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6 comments:

  1. Besides making these sound so very yummy, I think you've got the look of them spot on with that lovely crackly top that is so appealing. And I only just bought a new jar of peanut butter today. Hmmmmm.....

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    1. Thanks Laura. I thoroughly recommend using that jar of peanut butter!!!! These are yum!

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  2. These look sensational! I've often made peanut butter cookies but never tried adding cocoa powder - must try!

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    1. Thank you Katie. Definitely try adding cocoa. It's such a great combination......

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  3. I've just made my first peanut butter cookies so maybe the next step will have to be combining them with chocolate. These ones sound perfect.

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    1. Definitely go for it Corina! The chocolate takes them to another level without much tweaking at all. They were really delicious. I have all sorts of variations up my sleeve to try because they were so yum!

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