The perfect cookie recipe makes the perfect amount! These gluten free small batch oatmeal chocolate chip cookies are a family favorite.
I’ve been wanting to develop small batch cookie recipes for years.
So many times I’ve thought to myself “A few fresh baked cookies would be nice, but who needs 3 dozen cookies hanging around all week?”
Small batch recipes are good for multiple reasons.
Not only do they ensure there’s “just enough” of a good thing to enjoy but not overdo it. But perhaps more importantly given the current high cost of ingredients, they’re frankly just more economical.
The first time I tested these cookies, I used 6 tablespoons of butter. They were delicious, but spread too much and had really crispy edges. My family loved them, but the next time I made them, I used a little less butter.
I personally think this version is the perfect cookie with the best results. If you like a thinner cookie with a rich buttery taste (and don’t mind cookies that spread around the edges), try them with 6 tablespoons of butter. Either way, they’re absolutely delicious gluten-free cookies everyone will love!
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