These gluten free granola cookies are a thin, crispy and chewy cookie. Delicious buttery flavor and irresistible sweetness but completely dairy free!
I have to be honest with you. These are one of the best cookies I have ever eaten. EVER. I love a thin, crispy yet perfectly chewy cookie and these are that friends.
They have the best buttery sugary flavor, yet there is not butter so they are completely dairy free cookies!
To be honest I was blown away when I taste tested them. I had ZERO idea they would be so amazing.
What is best about these cookies is you can change up the flavor by choosing any gluten free granola you want! That means you can have the best cookies in all the flavors you choose!
Ingredients and substitutions for gluten free granola cookies
Alrighty folks, let's get to what you need to make these cookies!
You will need the following:
- gluten free granola
- sugar- regular and brown
- olive oil
- gluten free flour ( a 1-1 flour) I used King Arthur Gluten Free Measure for Measure
- baking soda, salt, baking powder
Granola- You can sub in any crunchy granola your heart desires! If there are a lot of chunky pieces just be sure to slightly crush it!
Flour- I do not recommend subbing the flour for another type, but if you give it a try and have success be sure to check back in and let us all know!
Sugar- if you decide to change the sugar in any way the texture and color of the cookie will be different. Just an FYI. I have not tested different sugars in this recipe.
Olive oil- be sure to use a light tasting olive oil if you use it, otherwise you can sub in whatever oil you have hand or butter.
Expert Tips and how to store
As far as storing, the baked cookies freeze great! They are tad less crispy after they thaw out but still amazingly chewy and delicious.
If you want to make ahead I would encourage you to bake them as described, let them cool and then stick them in the freezer until you need them.
Otherwise just store these beauties in an air tight container at room temperature!
- I always recommend using parchment paper for the best baking experience. Seriously if you aren't on the parchment paper train you need to hop on.
- If your granola is chunky you will need to crush so it is small individual pieces instead of clusters.
- If you would like, you could awlays add more granola on top after it has baked, just top with granola and press down lightly. The cookies shown, do not have any additional on top.
Let's bake some of the best cookies in the world.
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Would you love some more cookie recipes? Try the paleo version Soft and Chewy Paleo Granola Cookies!