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Trick 2: Lower your oven temperature. Baking at a lower temperature allows the cookies to spread before rising so they are even and crispy all around. Trick 3: No Eggs. Eggs add structure and moisture to a recipe, which will detract from the crispiness of the finished cookie.

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Leave them out for the perfect crunchy chocolate chip cookies. Other tricks to crispy cookies include using less flour, not chilling the dough before baking, storing in a cookie jar or glass instead of a plastic container, and making the recipe with all purpose flour because it has a higher protein content that helps with crisping and browning.

Substituting spelt or oat flour is fine to do in this recipe; the results will just be softer and chewier. The first batch was too soft, the second too chewy — baking experiments are the best kind, because you get to eat all of the results! Treating it as a true science experiment, I would only change one thing about the recipe each time.

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It would have been my favorite subject for sure. Adapted from these Healthy Chocolate Chip Cookies. All purpose flour will yield the crispiest results, but spelt or oat flour also work. Preheat oven to F. Grease a cookie sheet. Combine first 5 ingredients in a large bowl.

Stir in remaining ingredients to form a dough — it will be very dry at first, so keep stirring and breaking up clumps until it turns into cookie dough. You should not need more liquid. Roll balls. Place on the greased tray, then press down to flatten. I rolled 16 balls, which turned into the cookies in the photos. They expand a lot as they cook, so leave room between cookies.

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Bake 15 minutes, then let cool 10 minutes before removing from the tray. They also get crispier as they sit. As a general rule, crispy cookies are best stored in a cookie jar or glass container instead of plastic. If you try the recipe, be sure to leave a comment or rate it below! View Nutrition Facts. Cookie Dough Fat Bombs. Vegan Chocolate Chip Cookies.

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  • Keto Cookies. Healthy Chocolate Chip Cookies. Chickpea Cookie Dough Dip. Deep Dish Cookie Pie. Recipe Rating. Very good point, storing in glass keeps cookies crispier! Katie should change the post to note this. Vegetable oil works well. Love that there were so few ingredients and they came together in minutes. Thanks for another great recipe! I made this recipe as instructed but did not yield the same results.

    I live in a much different climate than Katie however so I wonder if humidity may play a role.

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    I required at least another tablespoon of milk to even get the dough to come together at all it was sand before , and then pressed the cookie balls down and baked as directed. They were still a bit pillowy and not browned, chewy inside and a slight crunch to the outside when cooled. Still would make them again. My toddler loved them and helped! I made these with rice flour and coconut sugar and there are not totally crispy, but that is okay.

    I am not the biggest crispy cookie person, but if I were to snack on cookies like a cracker, this would be perfect! Thank you very much!! My great aunt was right: Nithing bakes below How could they? Kids ate them anyway. Hmm, they always come out both thin and crispy for me. What type of sugar, flour, and oil did you use? How did they turn out? Followed the recipe as written.

    The dough was dry and crumbly, but I was able to roll it into balls. The cookies did not flatten and were not crispy. Next time I would flatten them before baking. The taste and texture were just okay.

    I would not make these again. Did you used packed flour or loosely packed? Also do you live in a dry climate or high elevation? After reading the comments I was a bit nervous to make, but gave it a shot anyways. Mine turned out great. I use a gas stove so baking at degrees was not an option.

    I baked them at and added a few minutes to the cook time. They were crispy all around except a very small part of the center that was chewy.

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    The chewy-ness went away after about an hour of sitting. I also used Nutpods Hazelnut creamer for the milk…Gave them a nice nutty flavor. Will I make these again…. Thanks again. Your picture looks so good and I really love the hazelnut creamer idea.