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    Chewy Flourless chocolate cookies Gluten Free
    Mainemommy posted:
    from a supplement in my local paper
    these cookies are gluten-free

    1 3/4 Cups powdered sugar
    1/2 cup Dutch processed Cocoa
    2 t cornstarch - the R for mainahs
    1/4 t salt
    2 egg Whites
    1c coarsely chopped walnuts or pecans toasted (I think you could omit this if you have a nut allergy)

    preheat oven 300F
    mix together sugar cocoa cornstarch and salt
    Gradually add egg whites stirring w/ a spoon until mixture forms dough. (Mixture should be thick enough to form balls; if not and more powdered sugar and cocoa Add nuts mix well
    Form dough into 15 balls Place on parchment lined baking sheet.
    Bake 16 -19 minutes, until glossy and crackled cool completely
    duh makes 15 cookies
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    deluxehd responded:
    These cookies are very similar to Whole Foods chocolate chewy cookies and they were awesome!

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