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Making: The Best Healthy Chocolate Chip Cookies from Chocolate Covered Katie

Making Healthy Chocolate Chip Cookies from Chocolate Covered Katie
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Today’s recipe that I made:

Before I begin, allow me to introduce you to today’s recipe-from-another-healthy-food-blog: these delicious Healthy Chocolate Chip Cookies from Chocolate Covered Katie (here’s the recipe)!

Making Healthy Chocolate Chip Cookies from Chocolate Covered Katie

Another of my favourite bloggers is Chocolate Covered Katie (I’d better refer to her as that, rather than ‘Katie’, otherwise our names might get muddled!). Her sweet and happy nature sends across good vibes when you read her posts, as well as sending across many brilliant recipes! Some of my favourites include: No Bake Peanut Butter Pie, Gingerbread banana bread, and of course, these cookies…

Making Healthy Chocolate Chip Cookies from Chocolate Covered Katie

While typing this, I am occasionally pausing to eat a spoonful of healthy cookie dough which was leftover after making the cookies.

Excuse me for a second…

*Eats some more cookie dough*

Making Healthy Chocolate Chip Cookies from Chocolate Covered Katie

I have just taken the cookies out of the oven, and they’ve actually spread quite a bit more than I thought they would – healthy cookies often bake in their place without rising or spreading, but these have baked in just the same way ‘normal’ cookies would!

Delicious smells of cookie and chocolate are wafting in from the kitchen…

*Eats some more cookie dough*Making Healthy Chocolate Chip Cookies from Chocolate Covered Katie

As the cookies are cooling on the tray, I am now trying to scrape the remaining cookie dough from the bottom of the glass bowl.

There seems to be a shortage of cookie dough.

Not to worry, because guess what?!

The cookies are ready to be eaten!!😄

Making Healthy Chocolate Chip Cookies from Chocolate Covered Katie

Soft, oaty and delicious.

I used gluten free oat flour for these, as well as light muscovado sugar and xylitol for the total of 90g of sugar (that’s only 2 teaspoons per cookie)! I also added a dash of caramel extract as well as vanilla bean paste, which added a! Because I didn’t anticipate how much they would spread, this made 8 cookies, and took about 12 minutes to bake. Of course, you can make them smaller by using less mixture per cookie (I probably used 2-3 tbsp mixture per cookie, whereas a heaped tablespoon would make smaller cookies more like the ones in Chocolate Covered Katie’s photos).

They’re pretty filling, too (which is good, because I’d probably eat the whole lot otherwise)!

Making Healthy Chocolate Chip Cookies from Chocolate Covered Katie

These cookies make a fantastic breakfast, snack, tea-time treat, or dessert!

Are you thinking of doing some baking? Looking for a healthy cookie recipe that tastes delicious? Or perhaps you’re searching for a healthy cookie dough recipe? Regardless of whether you answered “Yes” or “No” to those questions, I highly recommend that you make a batch of these wonderful cookies!

Thanks, Katie, for this fantastic recipe!

 

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