Almond Chocolate Chip Cookies

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Servings 25 - 30cookies
Prep Time 10minutes
Cook Time 15minutes
Submitted By Sarah House for Bob's Red Mill Natural Foods
Gluten-free, grain-free, Paleo-friendly, dairy-free and totally delicious! This recipe can be found on our bags of blanched and Natural Almond Meal.
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Votes: 280
Rating: 3.25
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Servings 25 - 30cookies
Prep Time 10minutes
Cook Time 15minutes
Submitted By Sarah House for Bob's Red Mill Natural Foods
Gluten-free, grain-free, Paleo-friendly, dairy-free and totally delicious! This recipe can be found on our bags of blanched and Natural Almond Meal.
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Ingredients
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 375°F. Line two baking sheets with parchment paper.
  2. Combine almond meal, baking soda and sea salt and set aside.
  3. Mix room temperature coconut oil and maple syrup in a mixer or by hand until creamy but not fully incorporated, about 5 minutes. Add room temperature whole egg, egg whites and extracts (if using) and mix for 2 additional minutes.
  4. Slowly add dry ingredients to egg mixture and mix briefly. Add chocolate chips and toasted almonds and mix until well combined.
  5. Place large rounded tablespoons (about 18g per cookie) onto prepared baking sheets, about 1-inch apart. Flatten slightly, to approximately 1-inch thickness. Bake until set and golden, about 15 minutes.
Recipe Notes

*To toast almonds, spread in an even layer onto a baking sheet.  Toast in a 375°F oven for 7 – 10 minutes, stirring at least twice during baking for even browning.

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15 thoughts on “Almond Chocolate Chip Cookies

  1. Denise

    I love these cookies. I could and will eat these instead of regular chocolate chip cookies and be totally satisfied. I used Enjoy Life mini semi sweet chocolate chips for the prefect amount of chocolate in every bite. Absolutely delicious!

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  2. Alice

    These are quite good and so easy to make. It would be nice to include the nutritional information for these. I love the fact that these are only sweetened with a small amount of maple syrup.

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    1. Recipe Specialist

      Sorry for the lack of nutrition facts for our recipes. We are currently in the process of improving the recipes section of our website and this feature has been temporarily disabled. Because we know the importance of nutritional information, I have emailed you the nutrition facts to you.

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  3. JonKevin

    I agree with Alice!!!
    Having the nutritional information available would be VERY helpful. With low sugar/ low carb recipes (easily available) we would probably be consuming a much healthier diet.

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    1. Recipe Specialist

      We are working towards listing the nutrition facts for our recipes. I have emailed you with further information.

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  4. Heidi

    Very tasty! I used Trader Joe’s semisweet chips. They don’t spread when they bake so if you want a flatter cookie, make sure to flatten before you bake. Also, don’t expect a crispy cookie. These are more cake like. I’ll definitely be making them again!

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  5. Alyssa

    I made these for the first time yesterday and I loved them! Even my non-GF friends enjoyed them. I hate separating whites, so I just used 2 regular eggs instead of the 1 egg and 2 whites and they turned out beautiful and nice and soft/chewy. Thanks for the recipe, Bobs!

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  6. Sissy

    Wish I could say the same for batch of cookies I attempted to make this weekend. Sadly, the cookies went straight to the trash. I followed the recipe verbatim. When the timer went off after 15 mts and I saw the cookie was not nearly done, I flatten them. Sorry to say, they had a horrible taste. The worst part of the cookie-making is that I wasted 3 cups of my Almond flour, and of course all the other ingredients. Needless to say, I’m hesitant now to make any other recipes offered by Bob’s Red Mill products.

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  7. Mo D

    I absolutely love this recipe with a few tweaks:

    1. Replace maple syrup with coconut sugar
    2. Use 1/2 cup of coconut oil for more moist cookies

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  8. Cynthia Armstrong

    I loved this recipe. I used homemade chocolate chips made from cocoa butter, baker’s chocolate, swerve, cocoa, and vanilla chopped rather small. Very easy to make, as well as sugar-free “Cary’s” imitation maple syrup. Almost zero carbs.

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  9. Lynda Hausfeld

    Would you please send me the nutrition facts also? I used the coconut flour, coconut oil, almonds, chocolate chips per recipe. My husband is dieting and these were a nice treat tonight…thanks.

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  10. Susan

    I have made these over and over again! As a matter of fact, I’m making another batch as we speak to send to my siblings! I was diagnosed with fibroids and I had to change my diet to include more fiber and less sugar. It’s been hard but these cookies soothe away the frustration. My daughter loves them so much and they are so easy to make. The only change I make when I bake them is replace the eggs with flax seeds and it’s like I didn’t change anything at all. Please send me the nutritional information as well. Thank you so much.

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    1. recipe specialist

      Hi Susan,
      We’re so happy to hear you and your family are enjoying these cookies! Thank you for letting us know. I’ve emailed you directly with nutritional information.

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  11. Lor

    Not sweet enough for me and we usually don’t eat sweets much but these might as well have been biscuits for as sweet as they were, which was not at all.

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