Double Chocolate Flourless Chocolate Cookies recipe. Who loves a nice glass of ice-cold milk with cookies? If this is what you are craving, I have the perfect Flourless Chocolate Chip Cookies for you to bake! See how you could possibly win a year’s supply of milk below!
When you are a kid, there is nothing more comforting than a nice glass of milk. I know my 3 kiddos love their daily milk with breakfast or snacks like these Flourless Chocolate Cookies. Milk is just one of them iconic, trusted beverages that our family is always well-stocked on.
Real milk has always been at the center of our family’s meals because my kids are not allowed to drink soda, and they love milk alone, or flavored.
Since my kids are picky eaters, I love that milk helps to provide them with the nutrients that they may be lacking. Real dairy milk is not only wholesome, but it is so affordable, and a staple for cooking and baking.
While today’s flourless cookie recipe does not include milk in itself, it is the perfect cookie to wash down with wholesome milk!
My son was home from school today, and we also started out the day with no internet–the horror! So, we decided to bake up some cookies that he could enjoy for a midday snack.
Ok, so he helped mix the batter, and really wanted to help lick the spoon, but we don’t do that due to the raw eggs in the recipe.
These cookies are a type we have been making for 6 years!
They were actually the first gluten-free cookie my middle child was able to enjoy. Now, I make them when the kids want a quick cookie to enjoy with their milk.
Flourless Chocolate Cookies with Chocolate Chips Tips
These flourless cookies might be easy to make, but there are some important tips to consider when making them.
You will need parchment paper- These would stick to regular pans.
You might need to baking them in 2 batches if you do not have large enough baking sheets.
These cookies do spread so do not pour the batter to close to each other.
The powdered sugar makes these slightly sticky when removing so use a sharp spatula with a wide base to remove them from the parchment.
They keep for 2-3 days in an airtight container, but who can wait that long?
These flourless chocolate cookies are BFFs with some milk so be sure to grab some to pair with them!
These Flourless Chocolate Chip cookies are also kid-approved and easy for kids to help out with so grab a whisk, and thee ingredients to get baking!
Get the printable recipe for these Flourless Chocolate Cookies and Milk below!
Flourless Chocolate Cookies
- 1 1/2 cups powdered sugar
- 1/3 cup unsweetened cocoa powder
- 1 pinch of sea salt
- 2 large egg whites
- 1 tsp vanilla bean extract can use regular too
- 1/2 cup semi-sweet baking chips
- Heat oven to 350 degrees f.
- Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
- In a mixing bowl, add sugar, cocoa, egg whites, salt, and extract. Whisk until fully combined.
- Fold in chocolate chips.
- Spoon 1 tablespoon of batter on baking sheet. You need to space these apart because they do tend to flood slightly and will bake into each other if you do not give them enough room.
- Bake for 9 minutes.
- Allow cookies to cool at room temperature before using a spatula to remove. The sugar makes these a little sticky so make sure they are cooled.
- Enjoy with some ice-cold milk
I had my eye on this recipe and was invited to a bbq….hubby asks ” what should we bring?”
The hostess knows I like to bake, so asked for a dessert…..
What a perfect opportunity!!!!
Easy to follow recipe and tips were helpful…
They came together quickly and baked up wonderful!!!! Hit of the party!!!
Recipe definitely a keeper….and such a find since many friends are gluten-free
I tried the recipe with 1/2 cup + 1/4 cup powdered monk fruit + erythritol replacement and used 1/4
cup semi-sweet mini chocolate chips to help cut down the added sugars due to diabetes. They were pretty darn tasty and sweet!! I may actually try again with less sugar! Thanks for the recipe!
Linda Witas says
OMG so yummy! The dough is more like a batter and at first I thought I messed up but, nope they came out perfect! You definitely need the parchment paper! I used a cookie scoop so my cookies turned out pretty large. Wish I could post my picture here!
I am sorry! I am not sure to be honest since the texture is different with erythritol.
Joanna Ricker says
Could these be made keto with powdered erythritol, and lily’s sugar free semi sweet chips?
Joel Reyes says
Look amazing cookies to me, thank you for sharing I definitely make one of this day.
I’ve never made flourless cookies before but these look delicious!
Annemarie LeBlanc says
Oh wow. These look simple and easy to make. No long wait time too to enjoy these delicious cookies! I will try making them this weekend!
I had my first flour-less cookies the other day and they were a lot better than I imagined! And these you made look even better!
Wow, these look delicious. No flour? That’s kind of amazing. Can’t wait to try them.
Wow – these look SO moist and delicious. I am the worst at baking cookies but I should try your method.
Yum! I haven’t tried making flourless cookies yet! But these look amazingly good!
Those cookies look amazing. I have to try these soon. I’ll make sure to pick up ingredients soon. Can’t wait to see how they taste!
Marcie W. says
No cookie is complete without a glass of milk. These are perfect for any chocolate lover and look delicious!
There is nothing better than a delicious cookie in milk! I am going to give these a try!
Melissa Ann says
Now all I need is a nice, big glass of milk. I MIGHT share these with the kids when I make them. But only if they are SUPER good boys.
Those look amazing! They’re like tiny little flat brownies. I have to make them!
Rachel Newlon says
OMG! OMG! OMG! A cookie recipe that is gluten-free from the start! I don’t have to alter it! EEEK! I cannot tell you how excited I am to see this AND try it! Pinning it now! Thanks!
Melissa Chapman says
Those do look like a kid’s best friend, milk and great cookies after school. I think i have 14 minutes to spare for a sweet homemade treat like this.