These vegan, gluten free peanut butter chocolate chip cookies are rich and delicious. They melt in your mouth – everyone loves these!
Everyone has a favorite cookie recipe…a go-to, no fail, the whole family loves ’em recipe that they can rely on. This recipe for peanut butter chocolate chip cookies is ours.
I’ve modified it so that it is a one bowl recipe, and I’ve made it with a flax egg substitute, and they still turn out wonderfully every time.
These vegan, gluten free peanut butter chocolate cookies are quick, easy, and so delicious. Since they are flourless, the peanut butter flavor is very rich, and they literally melt in your mouth. Everyone loves these, whether they have special dietary needs or not. Try these, you won’t be disappointed!
These vegan, gluten free chocolate chip peanut butter cookies are:
- buttery and rich
- flourless and grain free
- perfect with a glass of milk
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Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies - Vegan and Gluten Free
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. In a large bowl, mix up your ground flax seed meal and water and let sit for a few minutes so it can gel up.
Once the flax egg has reached an egg like consistency, add the creamy peanut butter, sugar, baking soda, and salt and mix until well combined. Stir in the semisweet chocolate chips.
Chill the dough for about a half hour. Then drop dough, about a tablespoon at a time on parchment lined cookie sheets.
Bake until cookies are golden, 12 to 14 minutes. These cookies are fragile when warm, so cool for about 10 minutes on sheets; transfer cookies to racks to cool completely.
adapted from Everyday Food
Enjoy! I’ve even made these for a holiday cookie party, and they were a huge hit! You can also make these with crunchy peanut butter if that’s more your style, or even almond butter if you like!
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