Double Choc Chunk Cookies
Well it’s the middle weekend of the winter school holidays in Queensland and the old school teacher in me still likes to keep with my colleagues in celebrating and making the most of this time! So this weekend my 3yr old and I gave these cookies a spin. They were super easy, very quick and most of all gluten free, nut free and grain free. With a little bit of tweaking you could easily adapt the recipe to be paleo and or sugar free. Most importantly it was very easy to get my little person involved.
1 1/4 cup of Green Banana Flour
1/4 teaspoon of bi-carb soda
1/2 cup sugar (paleo alternative 1/2 cup coconut sugar or 3 tablespoons of honey)
1/2 cup dark choc bits
1/2 cup white choc bits
1. In a bowl or TM combine butter, green banana flour, eggs, bi-carb soda and sugar. Mix until well combined.
2. Add choc bits and mix until even consistency.
3. Roll balls of dough (size depending on how petite or large you would like you cookies – they don’t expand much so what you roll is just a little smaller than what you will get). Use a fork to press the tops of the dough so they are sightly flattened.
4. Bake in 160C oven for around 20-25minutes.
5. Cool and enjoy!
I hope you enjoy making these delicious yet simple choc chunk cookies made from green banana flour – a culinary revolution. Now I better be off and continue my school holiday experience. Zoo anyone?
Mrs Natural Evolution xo