Mint Chocolate Chip Cookies recipe made healthy, flourless, gluten-free, AND dairy-free. All you need are 6-Ingredients! This recipe includes my favorite almond flour for a protein packed, soft mint chocolate chip cookie.
What cookies for breakfast?? I mean, if you are going to twist my arm, OK, cookies for breakfast sound fabulous. Thanks.
Truth moment: I was going to compile a super awesome St. Patrick’s Day post with delicious dishes like stuffed cabbage, Shepard’s pie and (in my mind) so many other dishes. Turns out, I don’t have that many Irish dishes on my blog. Realization: I am totally failing my Irish heritage.
Sorry my Irish ancestors, but I just really like Mexican food! Considering my love for all root vegetables, this is a pretty bold statement. Do I just love all things food? Maybe.
Cookies, however, trump both of these loves. Taking a food blogger fail for failing my Irish heritage by my lack of Irish dishes. But I reason that we can always gain a win when Mint Chocolate Chip cookies are baking in the oven. Am I right?
If I sprinkle some green sprinkles on these, is that pulling a win for St. Patrick’s Day?
Let us talk about these healthy, flourless Mint Chocolate Chip cookies.
They are the perfect cookie dream.
Adding to this cookie dream, these are dairy-free and gluten-free. Cookie dreams really do come true.
Mint Chocolate has been and always will be a favorite flavor combo of mine.
Girl Scout Cookies?? Case in point.
My preferred cookie tastes like an almost under baked cookie. I am that girl who will eat raw cookie dough without blinking an eye. ????????
This weekend I had my share of cookie dough; you just have to taste it!
R cringes every time he watches me eat raw cookie dough. It is so appalling to him. Whatever, he also judges me for eating plain sour cream off the spoon . . . He just doesn’t know how to enjoy the finer things in life.
If you happen to be that raw cookie dough hater (R does understand, sorry, I just don’t), place a couple cookies in the oven for another 2 minutes.
When coming out of the oven, they will seem under baked. No worries. Let the cookies fully cool and they will hold their form perfectly with crispy edges and a soft center. #heavennnnnnnn
Andddd on that note: I am about to go for a run. I had to eat these Mint Chocolate Chip cookies while writing this! Essentially, these are going to be my pre-workout snack.
Cookies for a pre-workout snack? I like this.
Marina @ A Dancer's Live-It says
Mint chocolate anything makes me so happy!! I really need to stop putting off buying almond flour because these look SO GOOD! 🙂
Me too Marina 🙂
Haha and Do it! I love almond flour <3
Be careful, directions never mention the baking soda (except in ingredient list)
Thank you for the feedback! We’ll get onto fixing that.
If I needed to make 6 dozen, do you think quadrupling the recipe would work? Or would it be better to just prepare multiple batches?
I don’t seeee why making a big batch would be a problem. I personally haven’t done it this way before so I’m not 100% sure though.