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These days everyone is all about this "Gluten Free" business. Everywhere I go I see new gluten free products, or special gluten free sections on restaurant menus. Most of the time these options are great - but if we are being honest here, baked goods REALLY suffer when they have to go gluten free.
It's actually one of the most common questions I get about the blog - Do you have any good gluten free recipes? And there are a few like these Nutella Macarons or this Caramel Corn. But I have spent years trying to find a really really good gluten free cookie recipe - and I finally found it. These Triple Chocolate Brownie Cookies are not only amazing - but they are both gluten AND dairy free!
They also happen to be the most delicious brownie cookies I have ever tasted.
Now they are called brownie cookies because they are super thick and chewy - like a good brownie should be. The cocoa powder gives them a super rich chocolate flavor and the cocoa nibs add a little crunch to mix things up. But don't do what I did and try to eat the cocoa nibs on their own. They are bitter and blah and I literally spit them out. They are not, I repeat, are NOT like chocolate chips. But once they are inside the batter, they are good to go.
I added a chocolate drizzle on top because I always think everything looks nicer with a little chocolate drizzle. And who doesn't like a little extra chocolate, am I right?
And if you are feeling super crazy, you can add any kind chip to the batter as well. I think milk, white chocolate or peanut butter chips would all be a great addition to these!
*Makes 14-16 Cookies
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