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.Healthier chocolate chip cookies.

Usually when I heat the oven I try to come up with as many things to put in as I can. I think it's waste of electricity to heat it up for just 15 minutes to make the bread rolls so I decided to make some cookies as well. (Always good to have an excuse to bake cookies, saving electricity is as good as any!)

However since it's not weekend and my official baking day, I wanted to make a bit healthier, low-fat, no added sugar version of chocolate chip cookies. I hope you enjoy them!

Greek yoghurt chocolate chip cookies

Makes 12-15

2.5 dl (1 cup) organic corn meal
2.5 dl (1 cup) organic almond flour
1 tsp salt
1 tsp baking powder
1 tsp cinnamon
1 tsp vanilla (I like using organic bourbon vanilla powder by Urtekram)
(2 tsp stevia powder)
250 g (9 oz.) organic Greek yoghurt
1 egg
200 g (7 oz.) dark chocolate chips (I love big chunks of chocolate in my cookies so I usually make my own by chopping a chocolate bar into pieces)

Preheat the oven to 200 degrees C (390 F).
Mix together all the dry ingredients. The cookies don't necessarily need any sweetener, and I have often made them without any. However if you are more into sweet treats, you can add a bit of stevia but remember it's many times sweeter than sugar so use it carefully.

Add the yoghurt and egg and mix until well combined. Lastly add the chocolate chips and fold them into the mixture.

Spoon tablespoonfuls of the mixture into balls and place on lined baking tray(s). Press down gently. 

Bake for 15 minutes or until light golden and cooked. Transfer to a wire rack to cool completely.


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