Flourless Chewy Dark Chocolate Chip Cookies: Starbucks Copy and then some

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flourless chewy dark chocolate cookies

Hey everyone!

Starbucks copy-cat Flourless Chewy Dark Chocolate Chip Cookies. Oh yeah, I went there. It is definitely possible to make these bad boys at your very own home. And they taste super amazing and way better than you can possibly imagine. Think of a brownie in a convenient, portable cookie form then multiply that taste by ten.

These delicious cookies are super easy to make! They take the simple concept of making meringues, and simplifies it by a billion. Because they are flourless, they are naturally gluten free!

flourless chocolate cookies
Super chewy and delicious

flourless chocolate chip cookie
Look at how shiny and crackly the beautiful cookie is

ingredients for cookies
Ingredients

hershey's cocoa powder

nestle toll house dark chocolate chips

trader joe's walnut pieces

The one thing I DEFINITELY recommend is to MAKE SURE YOUR EGGS ARE ROOM TEMPERATURE! This is a very important step. VERY IMPORTANT! VERY IMPORTANT! This is what makes the cookies super chewy and gooey and yummy. If not, your cookies will end up as dense, rich fudgy blobs, which isn't bad, but that isn't what we're going for here.
Let the eggs sit in warm water to easily make it room temperature. You only need 3 egg whites, but there are 6 in this picture because I was baking two batches.
If you let your eggs sit in warm water for awhile, they will be at just the right temperature when it is time to add the eggs into the mixture.

mixing cookie dough

adding in walnuts and chocolate chips

cookie dough on tray
They will soon become cookies!!

cookie dough
This is how the cookie dough will look on the sheet. They do not spread much in the oven, so whatever shape you put them in is approximately what they will end up being.

flourless chocolate cookies
Boom! Cookies!!
Basically, to make these beautiful delicious cookies, all you need are:

3 cups confectioner's sugar
2/3 cup unsweetened dark cocoa powder
1 tbs cornstarch
1/3 tsp salt
dash of cinnamon
3 egg whites at room temp
1 tbs vanilla extract
2 oz melted chocolate
2/3 cup chocolate chips 
1/2 cup walnut pieces
salt for sprinkling on top


Whisk together confectioner's sugar, cocoa powder, cornstarch, salt and cinnamon
Add in egg whites, first add in two then add in the third after you have begun mixing (you may not need the entire third egg white!)
Mix in the egg whites and while everything slowly starts incorporating together, add in vanilla extract, melted chocolate, chocolate chips and walnut pieces 
Continue mixing, the dough will start to come together and become very stiff and thick in consistency
(it should resemble brownie dough)
Drop onto parchment paper and shape into circles of choice (they won't spread much in the oven unless the egg whites were too warm; also, I used large tablespoon scoop amounts, but it is all up to you)
Sprinkle on a bit of salt on top
Bake at 350 degrees Fahrenheit for 10 minutes, then check and bake for another 1-2 minutes until the tops are glossy and crackling like brownies
Let cook completely before removing from the tray because they are very fragile

Makes 16 cookies






And those cookies are just that easy to make! Give them a try! They are super dark chocolate-y and chewy and yummy. If you take one bite, you may not want to stop. Those 16 cookies do not necessarily have to be shared, if you don't want to.

Who needs to waste money on Starbucks cookies when you can make them yourself for way cheaper?

flourless chewy dark chocolate cookies

Lemme know what you think of the recipe! What is your favorite type of cookie? Comment down below!

I hope you have a wonderful day!


Til next time
~A

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10 comments

  1. Yummy :)
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  3. This cookies look sooo delicious, thanks for this recipe dear! ^-^
    Have a nice day!

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    1. no problem! Hope you have a wonderful day thanks for reading!

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  4. Dear Andrea,
    This looks like such a lovely recipe! I am adding it to my list of what I will bake (I do not bake much since I am the only one who eats baked sweets at home and I would be large as a house if I baked as much as I wished). Looking forward these :)

    thank you for you recipe and inspiration! :)

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    1. Thank you Nathaliya! I generally bake more than I cook mostly because for me baked goods are easy to give as presents to friends and family. I love reading your recipes for more cooking ideas because that is still something I'm working on!
      Hahahaha your comment made me laugh and smile! :)
      Can't wait to see how yours turn out! Hope you are having a lovely week!

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