The warm, rich aroma of cookies as they bake spills out of the kitchen and invades the house.
As the warm aroma of goodness reaches your nose, you think to yourself, That smells good, but all I’m going to do is smell those cookies…I won’t be able to eat them without getting sick!.
Does this sound familiar?
This was my life before I started Breaking Recipes.
I would visit someone, and they’d have cookies or another baked good, and all I got to do was smell the rich flavorful aroma…and watch others eat.
Having gluten-free cookies ready whenever I wanted… would be a dream.
I like it when our dreams inspire reality. Don’t you?
Last year during the holidays, my aunt and I worked to make it a reality. Since then I’ve been able to have freshly baked cookies whenever I want…without much work at all!
Get Ready To Have Delicious Gluten-Free Vegan Cookies Ready Whenever You Want Them!
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What Is Cookie Prepping?
Like meal prepping, cookie prepping is when you prepare your cookie dough ahead of time and freeze it for when you want freshly baked cookies.
Well, that was simple. Thanks for reading. Come back another time!
Alright…there’s more to it than that. I’ll walk you through every step..and this time, I’ve got a video to show you.
I’m super excited, and why not be excited?
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My name is Nina, I’m a food nerd who cooks without gluten, grain, dairy, egg, soy, corn, almond, sesame, cashew and peanut. (To read more about me and why I started Breaking Recipes, click here)
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I say, Unicorn Farts, of course!
They laugh and then I explain how I create indulgent recipes for traditional foods with simple ingredient like chickpea flour, tapioca flour, coconut flour, and a little xanthan gum.
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Let’s Get Back To Cookie Prepping!
Like I said before, we are going to prepare our grain- free cookie dough, so that it’s ready to bake when ever we want it!
How Do We Do It?
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Whether you’re a new cook or an expert you can cookie prep!
That’s all there is to it! Cookie prepping saves time and you can have a variety of cookies ready to bake whenever you like!
Remember to label your containers with the variety, baking temp, and time!
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Do you have to use grain free cookies?
I do because of my allergies! You can use this technique with just about any cookie. Pressed, dropped, sliced, but not bars.
You use grain free flour when you cook. What’s it made of?
I blend my flour from chickpea flour, coconut flour, tapioca flour. Click here to get the easy recipe. You blend it in 5 minutes and then you bake like normal!
How long can you freeze your cookie dough for?
Up to 3 months. To make sure the dough stays fresh, use cardboard freezer safe containers and wax paper layers in between. You can enclose the containers in ziplock bags for extra freshness.
How long do you defrost the cookies for before baking?
If you’re defrosting in the fridge, a couple of hours should be enough. If you’re defrosting on the counter, take them out before dinner, and bake 30 minutes to an hour later.
Before You Go…
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