Do you like chocolate chip cookies? Yeah, me to! You should try this version with dark chocolate and hazelnuts. These are so soft and chewy! | Healthy Food Recipes | simplyanchy.com

Do you love that smell of freshly baked cookies? Yeah, me too! There is nothing better in world than a cup of tea and a big cookie combined with a good book and a rainy Autumn day. I just LOVE that combo! This recipe for my gluten-free version of chocolate chip cookies is one of those that you will be making over and over again, because everyone will love it.

Do you like chocolate chip cookies? Yeah, me to! You should try this version with dark chocolate and hazelnuts. These are so soft and chewy! | Healthy Food Recipes | simplyanchy.com

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My favorite way to make some food is baking, especially when it comes to cookies, muffins, cakes, or anything sweet to be honest. I don’t know why, but I always feel like a great chef when I bake. Maybe it is because baking isn’t that hard as we might think. All you have to do is follow the recipe just as it says, and (hopefully) nothing can go wrong. And when you get the finished product that everyone loves, you know that you actually have some skills up in your sleeves.

Do you like chocolate chip cookies? Yeah, me to! You should try this version with dark chocolate and hazelnuts. These are so soft and chewy! | Healthy Food Recipes | simplyanchy.com

You Will Love These Cookies

These chocolate and hazelnut cookies are a great way to satisfy your sweet tooth. They are soft and chewy, and have that chocolate bursts while melting in your mouth. They are just PERFECT! To make them even more tasty I use oat flour, which has that nutty flavor and makes your cookies ”healthy” (if you can eat just one, and I know that is impossible).

Do you like chocolate chip cookies? Yeah, me to! You should try this version with dark chocolate and hazelnuts. These are so soft and chewy! | Healthy Food Recipes | simplyanchy.com

To add more nuttiness I always like to make cookies with hazelnuts, walnuts or almonds, but if you want to make this recipe nut-free, you can leave this ingredient out. I also don’t like to use regular chocolate chips, so I use very dark chocolate (50-70% cocoa) in my cookies instead, because I like that tartness of cocoa and I think there is enough sugar in cookies already. But if you like your chocolate a bit sweeter, you can use chocolate chips by all means.

 

Do you like chocolate chip cookies? Yeah, me to! You should try this version with dark chocolate and hazelnuts. These are so soft and chewy! | Healthy Food Recipes | simplyanchy.com


Do you really love cookies? Don’t miss the recipe for Double Chocolate and Almond Cookies. They are just perfect! You can read this recipe by following this link.

 

Supplies I used:

I use my serrated bread knife to to cut dark chocolate because it is so much easier that way, than with the regular chef’s knife.

 

  • Servings: 16 big cookies
  • Difficulty: Easy
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Chocolate & Hazelnut CookiesDo you like chocolate chip cookies? Yeah, me to! You should try this version with dark chocolate and hazelnuts. These are so soft and chewy! | Healthy Food Recipes | simplyanchy.com

Ingredients:

  • 1 stick of butter (120 g), at room temperature
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 1 egg
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • 2½ cups oat flour
  • 1 tsp baking soda
  • 3.5 oz (100 g) dark chocolate bar
  • Handful of hazelnuts (Optional)

Directions:

  1. In a non-stick pan roast hazelnuts (if you are using them) over medium high heat until they start to smell wonderful and their skins start to crack, around 3 minutes. Then pop them onto some kitchen towel and rub them until most of the skins fall off.
  2. In a mixing bowl combine butter and sugar, and beat them using hand mixer until light and fluffy, around 2 minutes.
  3. Add the egg and vanilla extract and mix until well combined.
  4. Sift the oat flour and baking soda into the wet ingredients and give everything a good mix with a wooden spoon to get sticky dough.
  5. Using a serrated knife (or very sharp chef’s knife) cut your chocolate bar into small chunks. Do the same with the hazelnuts, and add everything to the batter, and fold together.
  6. Put the batter into refrigerator to cool down, for half an hour. This will make cookie batter easier to handle.
  7. Preheat your oven to 180°C (350°F), and line cookie sheet with parchment paper.
  8. Divide dough using big ice-cream scoop, that you dive into the water before every scoop, and lay them on the baking sheet. Slightly press them with your fingers to flatten them.
  9. Bake for 12-15 minutes, or until the edges start to turn golden. Transfer them immediately on the cooling rack, and let cool completely.
  10. Enjoy with cup of warm milk or tea.

Notes: * You can keep cookies in a cookie jar or airtight container for up to a week. ** This cookie batter is great for freezing. My recommendation is to freeze it already scooped and flattened. This will make it even easier to bake when you get that need for something sweet. All you have to do is lay them on the baking sheet and pop them into preheated oven. And voilá!

Do you like chocolate chip cookies? Yeah, me to! You should try this version with dark chocolate and hazelnuts. These are so soft and chewy! | Healthy Food Recipes | simplyanchy.com

*Some of the links that I am using are affiliate links. That means if you follow them and purchase something, I would earn a little commission at no extra cost to you. I use affiliate links so I can promote products and services that I use and think are excellent. It also helps me monetize this site so I can keep on creating content for you. Thank you so much. I love you all!!!*


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