How to Make Gluten-Free Cookies From a Brownie Mix

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Many people don't realize that they can actually make delicious gluten-free cookies from a very particular type of brownie mix. Make gluten-free cookies from a brownie mix with help from a longtime baker in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Dorangela Bobet, founder of Two Prince Bakery Theater. Today, I'll be showing you how to make gluten-free cookies from a brownie mix. You only need a few simple ingredients. First, we're going to need a gluten-free brownie mix. You can buy it at most supermarkets or health food stores and most of them come in a 16 or 18 ounce package, here it is right here. We're going to need half a stick of melted butter. If you cannot use butter if you have a dairy allergy, you can use any kind of butter replacement melted. We're going to use two eggs or you can use the equivalent of two egg substitute. Now we're ready to add our ingredients. First, we're going to do our wet ingredients with the two eggs so the egg substitute, our melted butter or butter substitute that you've melted. Let's mix those up really nicely on a low speed. Now we're ready to add our brownie mix that is gluten-free. We're going to put it all in. We're going to mix it in with our wet ingredients that I've already started to mix. Alright, now scrape the pan to make sure that everything is going to be incorporated properly and everything is mixed in nicely together. It looks like it has. Let me give it one more little mix. Now that our dough has chilled for 15 to 20 minutes we're going to use a cookie scoop and we're going to scoop out the dough and you're going to spread these about two inches apart on the cookie sheet. So here we go. Now that we've scooped out our cookie dough for our cookies, we're going to put it into a pre-heated 350 degree oven for approximately 10 to 12 minutes until cooked. Okay so now we're going to take them out and put them on a cooling rack so they don't get gummy, especially the gluten-free things, you cannot let them set around any baked goods but especially gluten-free, if you leave them sitting around they will steam and they'll get really soggy because they don't have that gluten in them so definitely make sure you take them out and put them on a cooling rack, always, always, always. So we're going to let these cool for a few minutes and then we are ready to enjoy them.


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