Monday, February 6, 2012

Gluten Free, Sugar Free, Dairy Free Cookie Slice eaten straight from the pan!

I'm aware that I haven't been consistently blogging lately! I feel terrible that I haven't been looking at your beautiful posts, and commenting them, and I definitely haven't been uploading my own work.  I've been swamped working full time, but this will soon change when university commences in a few weeks time.  I hope to have more time for blogging then.  Nevertheless, I want to still upload some bits now and then of my baking; even if it doesn't garner that much interest or comemnts.  I don't expect it too.  I don't have much to give back at this point anyhow, unfortunately. 

The reason I'm finding time for blogging today (my day off) is because I've been desperately craving baked goods.  Sugar. Chococlate. Nuts. Feed me anything! But as you know, I have to avoid sugar and gluten for my health.  Luckily I created this recipe! It tastes sensational (you'd never know I didn't use sugar) and doesn't leave me feeling sick. I love the texture (which usually is an issue for gluten free sweets) which is so soft, yet moist. Just try not to eat it straight from the pan!

Ingredients
1/2 cup butter
1 egg
1/2 cup agave syrup
splash of soy milk
1 tsp vanilla
1 1/2 cup flour
1/2 cup sugar free choc chips (eg. Macro, Raw Foods)

Method
Beat butter in a bowl until soft.  Add egg, agave, milk and vanilla; beat until combined and smooth.  On low, beat in the flour.  Stir through choc chips.  Bake in oven at 180 degrees in a lined pan for 20/25 minutes. Eat from the pan...warm and gooey..

19 comments:

  1. This looks great, I am wondering if I should not try going wheat free for a bit. My digestive system is not happy, and since we have both been in France I am eating so much more bread which I never eat before. Problem is trying to find the right foods in French! Diane

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  2. Eating it straight from the pan sounds good to me! :) YUM!

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  3. This looks wonderful! And eating it direct from the pan is one way of enjoying it without having to wash all the extra plates! And fun too! Hope everything will be smooth sailing for you soon!
    Have a lovely day!

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  4. This looks delicious so I can only imagine how irresistible it would be warm from the oven. I hope your schedule lightens up a bit once you're back at university!

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  5. Weel ... Take your time but most of all, go on offering us such scrumptious recipes ! ;o)
    Hélène

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  6. Oh it looks really good, I love cookies ^^

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  7. What a lovely idea - eating it straight from the pan

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  8. Oh this is so convenient! and sounds healthy too! I think it's good to be busy, we tend to eat too much when we have too much time:P

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  9. Sounds delicious, especially eaten warm and gooey from the pan. Raw chocolate is hard to find here, but when I've had it, it tastes really good. Hope you get a bit more time soon.

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  10. Looks delicious! I love the idea of eating a warm cookie from the pan :) Hope things calm down for you soon.

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  11. Looks good and sounds good! Much healthier than most treats to!

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  12. looks very tempting and why not indulge since it's so healthy!

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  14. these sound delicious & quite healthy. Blogging can be very time consuming, but not to worry when you can't fit it in, as you have a great catalogue of recipes already!

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  16. Looks good, but how is it dairy free with butter, and gluten free with regular flour?

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  18. Thats not gluten free or dairy free

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