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[Video/Comic] My Basic Sugar Free Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipe

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It was a late night, and sugar free chocolate chip cookies were on the mind.

I think I was baking until about 12:04am in the morning. These late night baking sessions are going to drive me mad if I don't get a grip on myself.

I started writing a blurb about my experience, and decided to take an 1800's dramatic story writer perspective on the whole thing, I'm not sure if my audience completely understood, but I rested my faith in them to take my dramatic look at sugar free cookies in a somewhat hilarious manner.

"Cookies are serious stuff" I muttered to myself.

The chocolate chips were easy to make, but they sure did take time.

I found that the Agave Nectar in the recipes make the cookies quite dense, so I had to press them down and flatten them quite a bit to get them to take the right shape. That helped a lot.

A flat-round baking stone really did the trick in getting the cookies to cook right. I've tried those "cookie sheets" in the past, but they just don't cook the same way a classic baking stone does it - the way of the ancient Italians and their ancient pizza; a baking stone is all they would need, and it's all I need too.

I had just gotten a hold of a new Canon Rebel t2i camera too, so the video/picture quality I was taking should hopefully have increased in comparison to the previous ones I had taken. Things are getting serious around here on easy-sugar-free-recipes.com.

I also had just discovered an amazing new recipe site that takes recipes and turns them into humorous comics, called Cooking Comically; I thought that my readers might want to know.

Well, without further ado, here is the classic sugar free cookie recipe I promised.


Allergy Information

Sugar-Free

Peanut-Free
Dairy-Free

Soy-Free


Allergy Info

Sugar-Free

Peanut-Free

Dairy-Free

Soy-Free

Video Recipe

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Mix together the Flour, baking soda, and salt. (Dry Ingredients).
  2. Mix together the Agave Nectar, Butter (cream the butter), eggs, and vanilla (Wet Ingredients). Pour into dry ingredients bowl and mix (by hand or electric mixer).
  3. Fold in Chocolate Chips to the mixture of dry/wet ingredients. Preheat Oven to 350 Degrees Fahrenheit.
  4. Roll the dough into balls and put on a baking stone (or cookie sheet if you don't have a baking stone). Put into oven for 10-14 minutes, until cookies are golden brown. Remove and let cool.


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