My favorite tahini tigernut chocolate chip cookies are here and guys these are good, like so so good! These cookies come out of the oven with crispy edges, a chewy middle, and trust me no one will know that they are gluten-free and vegan. I highly recommend giving these a try, quick and easy gluten-free cookie.
I promised my son that we could make chocolate chip cookies, life got the best of us and after dinner, he asked, “Hey, can we make cookies still?” Honestly, I was tired from the day and it was the last thing I wanted to do. But I couldn’t let my little man, down so I went to the pantry to grab some ingredients.
I wanted to make a cookie that was quick, no time to soften butter, pull out the mixer and do all that stuff tonight. Just a fun 30-minute activity, bath, and bedtime. I run a tight ship okay, we can’t be baking all night!
Seriously, guys, not only are these chocolate chip cookies checking all the boxes for so many special diets and allergies but totally kid-approved!
These Tahini Tigernut Chocolate Chip Cookies are for pretty much everyone, gluten-free, grain-free, paleo, nut-free, refined sugar-free, and vegan.
Birthday parties to holiday cookie exchange no one will know that these are a so-called “healthy” cookie.
I always like to surprise people with “healthy” food, usually, people can’t believe that something that tastes so good can be considered “healthy”.
Granted sugar is sugar, but you need to have some treats every once in a while. So lay off the store-bought tollhouse processed cookie dough and give these a try. They do the trick!
Well, it isn’t a nut-like its name leads you to believe. Tigernuts are actually a small root vegetable that originated in Africa. Tigernut flour is a starchy powder that is great to incorporate into savory recipes and sweet baked goods.
Completely safe for people with nut allergies and a great baking alternative for people that are gluten-free or following a paleo diet. Not only does tigernut flour promote prebiotic growth it also supports a healthy immune and digestive tract. It’s a super flour!
I eat eggs, but I completely ran out of eggs and I looked for other alternatives. Flax eggs are easy to make, ground flax seeds, a little water, and let it sit for a few minutes, that’s it! By using a flax egg it makes this recipe vegan-friendly chocolate chip cookies.
Absolutely! Make once and bake twice. I’m all about time-saving tips and cookie dough is great to have on hand for freshly baked cookies. Double or triple the recipe and store in the freezer for up to 3 months.
Want another baking treat that is great for the freezer, try our pantry muffin recipe.