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When life blesses you with overripe bananas, make these simple yet scrumptious Gluten-Free Banana Chocolate Chip Muffins. Made with just a few basic ingredients that you may even have on hand! About a month ago,
Thanks to the magic of cast iron, classic chocolate chip cookie dough bakes up extra chewy and crisp around the edges. With a few teaspoons of malted milk powder for an extra layer of flavor, it's a rich and chocolaty dessert just begging for a scoop of ice cream—or at least a glass of milk.
Chocolate and peanut butter combined with a favorite chocolate chip cookie recipe to make the ultimate Reese's cup cookies treat that's easy and tasty! Affiliate links are used in this post. Chocolate Chip Reese's Cup Cookies
Crispy chewy chocolate chip cookies that are also flourless, paleo and gluten free. These cookies look like they came out of a bakery but are an easy one-bowl recipe. [LINK] [LINK] [LINK] [LINK] [LINK]
Whenever I make these muffins, I freeze several. As I'm leaving for work in the morning, I pull one out and enjoy it at the office with a cup of coffee. —Janet Pierce DeCori, Rockton, Illinois Skip links