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Gluten-free Chocolate Chip Cookies Reviewed by Diet Recommendations

March 25, 2014

Diet Recommendations reviews the best gluten-free chocolate chip cookies and also tells viewers where they can find a delicious gluten-free recipe.

Boston, MA (PRWEB) March 25, 2014

DietRecommendations.com has released a new video where they discuss the difficulty that people who are unable to eat gluten encounter when trying to find snacks. There are many people today with gluten allergies and sensitivities; and nowadays, many diets are recommending weight watchers eliminate foods with gluten in order to lose weight. Unfortunately, anyone that falls into either category often encounters a very common problem which is how to make gluten-free chocolate chip cookies that actually taste good.

In the video, they explain that gluten is a protein that provides structure to baked goods and creates little air pockets to give baked goods their light, fluffy texture. When recipes call for the elimination of gluten, it often leaves a final product (especially in baking) that is dry, crumbles into a million inedible pieces, or dense and heavy. Trying to find the perfect chocolate chip cookie recipe is a cumbersome task and through many trial and errors, Diet Recommendations is able to save viewers their time and money. They tried a myriad of gluten-free cookies recipes that were hard as a rock and tasted really awful until they finally encountered a gluten-free chocolate chip cookie recipe that was truly delicious and also had a similar texture to regular chocolate cookies.

Courtesy of the Food Network’s Alton Brown, there is now a great-tasting recipe for chewy gluten-free cookies. Not only does it require only fourteen different ingredients but also with the exception of two or three items, they are commonly found in pantries. DietRecommendations.com notes that many gluten-conscious bakers will often have these other items as well. The step-by-step instructions are easy to follow and the prep is very easy. However, due to some inactivity in one of the steps, the total bake takes slightly over an hour and a half. The recipe is available on the food network’s site at: http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/alton-brown/the-chewy-gluten-free-recipe.html. Diet Recommendations also has an alternative solution for anyone who thinks baking is too much work, requires too much time, or simply just wants to buy the best gluten-free cookies without all the hassle of cooking.

They have found an equally delicious gluten-free chocolate chip cookie that is all-natural and non-GMO sourced. In addition to also being packed with protein, these cookies are available in chewy chocolate chip and frosted oatmeal raisin flavors. Diet Recommendations applauds these cookies for also being extremely nutritious and beneficial for individuals eating gluten free. Given that they contain zero wheat, soy protein, trans fats or gluten, these are ideal for individuals who want a gluten-free snack but also want the nutritional benefits of fiber and protein.

The cookies DietRecommendations.com have heralded as the best gluten-free chocolate chip cookies are available for sale online at the following link: http://dietrecommendations.com/Gluten-Free-Chocolate-Chip-Cookies.

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