Sure, you could make these Gluten-free Teff Chocolate Chip Cookies with Pecans anytime of the year. But it’s the time for cookie swaps and adding in a few sweets, so why not make it a little healthier?
I just got back from my last trip of the year, and I’m ready to settle in for the holidays. We were in New Orleans for Shiftcon, a green conference for bloggers.
There were tons of holiday lights and decorations everywhere I looked. There was even a special holiday drink menu at a tiki bar I went to. It was impossible to not get the holiday spirit!
This recipe does contain coconut oil, and I know some of you avoid all oils. At this point, I haven’t tested it with applesauce or pumpkin as an oil replacer with teff flour. I will try to make a batch soon and will update this post.
If you try an oil-free version please let us know in the comments if it was a success or failure. I want to try making a thick date paste, using less sweetener or maybe stevia, with stevia-sweetened chocolate chips to make this a cookie for everyone.
For now, it’s gluten-free and vegan, plus you could customize them to be nut-free or leave out the coconut and add dried fruit. Happy almost winter!
While you still have some teff flour on hand, be sure to give my Gluten Free Vegan Teff Brownies a try!
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