A few month’s ago, I made four variations of an old classic; Chocolate Chip Cookies. For that first edition I had Thick and Chewy Chocolate Chip Cookies, Thin and Crispy Chocolate Chip Cookies, Whole Wheat Cranberry Chocolate Chip Cookies and the heavenly Cream Cheese Chocolate Chip Cookies. Leading into Part II, I have three exceptional recipes being added to my cookie repertoire today.
We are going to start off with a gluten-free edition of chocolate chip cookies.
The recipe uses chickpea flour, something I’ve never baked with before and admittedly it added a lovely color and texture to the cookie.
Next up are Vegan Chocolate Chip Cookies.
I’m guilty of not sharing more vegan recipes for my vegan friends, so looked around for a recipe, and this one is sure a keeper. I don’t think I’ll ever have to try another vegan chocolate chip recipe. If you’d like the honey can be substituted with black strap molasses too.
To round it off with a personal favorite, I give you Brown Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies.
I love using brown butter for baking, it adds a subtle nuttiness to the cookie. The recipe is simple and welcomes an addition of nuts or toffee bits (something I’ve skipped).
- 1 cup butter, browned and cooled
- ¾ cup white sugar
- ¾ cup packed light brown sugar
- 2 egg, cold
- 2 teaspoons vanilla
- 2½ cups all-purpose flour
- 1 teaspoon baking soda
- ¼ teaspoon salt
- ¼ teaspoon cinnamon
- 11/2 cup semi-sweet chocolate chips
- Heat the oven to 350 F and line two baking sheets with parchment paper.
- In the bowl of a stand mixer, or in a large bowl with a hand mixer, cream together the butter, sugar, and brown sugar until well combined.
- Beat in the eggs, one at a time, until well blended. The mixture will be quite loose. Stir in the vanilla.
- To the butter mixture add the flour, baking soda, salt, and cinnamon. Mix until they are just combined then add the chocolate chips. Fold until evenly distributed.
- Scoop the dough by the rounded tablespoon onto the prepared baking sheets leaving at least 2-inches of space between the cookies for them to spread. Bake for 8 – 10 minutes, or until the cookies are lightly golden all over. Cool on the baking sheet for 3 minutes before transferring to a wire rack to cool completely.
And we’re still not done! Part III will be delved into once my jars are are dwindling in their stock, and I’ll be back with more irresistible and indulgent chocolate chip cookies.
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These look simply delicious – and vegan means they are a lot more people friendly :D
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Looks like I got an instant reply to my DM :) And what a wonderful treat to bake this weekend, Love all the versions.
I’m intrigued by the chickpea flour cookie. I might just give that a go to ease my curiosity. How was it? We have chickpea cookies here as well and they’re quite dense and powdery in texture … quite nice really. Never speak while chewing on one or some one’ll get showered with chickpea flour “snow” in their face! That’s the kind of cookie we have! :D So I’m wondering about this chocolate cookie twist to it.
Very cool that you have a chocolate chip recipe here that suits anybody! The chickpea flour is something that I have not seen, but with the wide array of flours popping up, I cannot keep up with them. I am keeping these for serving to crowds, because I want to make sure everyone can enjoy-even people with special diets. Thanks for all the research on this and pulling these together. Enjoy the weekend!
You have been a busy baker!!! I’ve made chocolate chip cookies with brown butter…so yummy!!! Thanks for sharing all these great recipes :)
I like the puffyness of the vegan cookie but the brown sugar version sounds the tastiest!
Oh you had me at brown butter. These look mouthwatering!!
All the cookies look amazing!! I love the different spins on chocolate chip cookies you made!!
I am intrigued by the chickpea flour, how did those cookies taste? Back in India, my mom use to use chickpea flour ro make ladoos( an Indian sweet) but I have never heard of it before being used in making a cookie.
What a fantastic effort in putting together these 3 different types of cookies to cater to all .
I love all of these different variations!
Great round-up. I really want to try the browned butter ones.
All 3 versions look fantastic! I love the GF option with chickpea flour. The vegan version looks tasty and fluffy! Honey isn’t technically vegan (though many make an exception), but agave or brown rice syrup would be a nice sub.
Great post, I am also intrigued by the chickpea flour, I’ve never used it before.
The chickpea version looks really crispy but the brown butter one sounds delicious!
You’re one heck of a baker when you can take the ultimate of all cookies and not only make it gluten-free but then make it vegan! Both recipes look fabulous!
All of these recipes are just great! I love that vegan cookie, it looks so delicious I definitely want to give it a try! Thanks for all the wonderful cookie recipes :) Hope you have a lovely day!
Those vegan chocolate chip cookies look delicious!! I love thick cookies, I’m not a crispy cookie girl :) I’m going to have to give these a try! yum!
Brown butter anything seems to always be calling my name :)
thanks!! having a gluten version of a family fav is amazing!!
You had my attention at chocolate chip cookie!! I love them and would eat them before chocolate cake or ice cream. Yes… I am a chocolate chip cookie monster at heart. Each recipe looks lovely and perfectly done. Hope you’re having a great weekend! ~ Ramona
looks wonderful lovely presentation
I agree brown butter anything and I’m in. I like all your variations, you can never go wrong baking chocolate chip cookies! Visiting from #chocolatelove bloghop!
Wow! That’s a lot of baking. I love the look of the vegan cookies. But I don’t think you’d have any trouble with all of these disappearing.
I am loving all your variations, but I think I may love your brown butter version the most!!! There is something amazing about brown butter:-) This post is really fun:-) Sending hugs, Terra
Girl, where do you pack all those calories and still manage to look fine?! :) Missing you on twitterverse I know you are busy but yeah!!
I love all of these chocolate chip cookie recipes! But, I think I am most excited about the brown butter cookies!
They all look great!
All three look wonderful! I love chickpea flour, such a great substitute. And I am going to just have to say that the brown butter version is killer :)
So much chocolate chip deliciousness! I’ve never baked with chickpea flour, does it give the cookies a distinct flavor?
One of my favorite chocolate chip cookie recipes is vegan. I cannot wait to try the browned butter ones. I hear they are delicious. I am drooling over you having 7 different chocolate chip recipes in front of you.
These sound delicious! I love that they are gluten free, and the texture still looks perfect! The brown butter must make them extra scrumptious!
This is fantastic! I use chickpea flour in my cooking and (very) occasional baking, but never have I used it for cookies. Props for making vegan chocolate-chip cookies as well. You’re the absolute best. Can’t wait for Muffin Monday tomorrow!
cookies with besan !! that is incredibly creative and obviously healthy :)
Mmmm, looks delicious! I am so impressed by vegan baking :)
I’ve been longing for cookies all day long today. And you’ve pushed me over the edge with this deliciousness. Gotta make some, soon!
I’m loving all the variations, I never get tired of trying new chocolate chip recipes.
I’m not gluten free by any stretch of the means, but last year at a conference I had a chance to taste a variation of the chickpea flour recipe you posted. They were fantastic! Loved ’em!
What wonderful cookies! They all look delicious.
Absolutely awesome – although everyone should have a fall back favourite you can never have too many chocolate chip cookie recipes :-)
Don’t know which I like the most. They all look great :-) But those chickpea flour cookies are quite intriguing
a great collection An.. choc chip cookies rule! :) love the bowls overflowing with the cookies:) i dont much like chickpea flour in sweet stuff, so i use oats and rice flour for my gf version
Mmm they all look fantastic! I always wondered how you’d make a cookie vegan, so hard to not use butter!! But since I’m not vegan & I can eat white flour you’re totally winning me over with these brown butter cookies!! Yum! I have to try some brown butter cookies myself!
Oh wow,three amazing Chocolate Chip Cookies recipes – the gluten free one,and Brown Butter Chocolate Chip Cookie gets bookmarked!Chickpea flour in baking,that too cookies is a bit unusual.
Thank you for sharing!:-)
Love your line up!! I always love it when you make a couple different kinds like this!
I love all the variations, but the brown butter is most certainly my favorite! Brown butter makes EVERYTHING better. I just made a brown butter sauce last night and I had to keep myself from drinking it. Life is rough!
Haha. Although, who could say no to brown butter sauce?!
These cookies look awesome! Always need a good chocolate chip cookie recipe. Yum!
Yay. The vegan version made me smile. Finally an egg-less Chocolate Chip Cookie recipe. Definitely trying it … tomorrow! Will come back to tell you how they turn out :)
How did I not comment on these previously? They look awesome, just the right texture, and I need to make some for the woman in my office who can’t eat gluten!
Yum yum! We got three fantastic cookies! How creative and delicious looking! If I have to I don’t know which one I would pick! I am loving your photos!
I love how detailed you are. How you lay all the recipe out there for different variations. People like me needs these. I just can’t seem to get cookies right.
These cookies look FANTASTIC! <3