Chocolate Chip Cookies!
Of all the foods that were eliminated, The Intolerant Dad- a life-long cookie addict - just could not shake his cookie cravings. Cookies are a excellent dessert, a nice snack or a great little reward for a job well done (completing this post for example!). These chocolate chip cookies are easy to make and taste delicious. The only problem is they don't last long - because the smell of chocolate chip cookies in the house turns the Intolerant Family into cookie monsters!
The Intolerant Dad
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The Intolerant Dad likes chocolate chip cookies. Well, its probably more than likes. Loves, desires, requires are some verbs that better represent the infatuation. It has gotten to a point where we are only allowed to bake these delicious chocolate chip cookies on weekends and that they are rationed out among The Intolerant Family.
Cassava flour makes these chocolate chip cookies to be grain free. Xylitol does not spike insulin levels, has a low glycemic index value and has significantly less calories than processed sugar. Expeller-pressed coconut oil is great because it reacts the exact same way as butter in baking and has no coconut flavour!
These chocolate chip cookies are easy to make. A nice, easy straightforward recipe that can be made together as a family! The Intolerant Dad collects all the ingredients and puts them in the bowls. The intolerant Daughter loves all the mixing jobs. The Intolerant Son likes to pour the chocolate chips into the mix. The Intolerant Mom usually gets the job of measuring out the dough balls. Then, the kids grab their stools and sit and watch through the oven window as the chocolate chip cookies melt down a little before turning that perfect golden-brown. The hard part is waiting for them to cool! But it's even harder to keep a batch in the house for more than 48 hours !