Soft, chewy, and fudgy, these Gluten-Free Chocolate Drop Cookies are quick to whip up, and make the perfect treat for any occasion.
This recipe was sponsored by Ryze. Opinions are my own.
Gluten-Free Chocolate Drop Cookies are a traditional and classy chocolate cookie. They’ve been around for at least a hundred years, if not more and continue to be a favorite during the holidays.
They are a softer cookie that incorporates melted chocolate into the cookie dough, lending a tender texture.
You can make these Gluten-Free Chocolate Drop cookies year round, but most people tend to make them around the holidays. They make a scrumptious little Christmas cookie and stay good in an airtight container for up to 4 days before they start to stiffen.
Layer them in between wax paper and place them in a decorated tin for holiday gifts.
This recipe calls for walnuts but you can either leave the nuts out or use your nut of choice. Also, the type and brand of chocolate you use is up to you. For an extra special treat add mini chocolate chips.
My girls don’t typically eat cookies with nuts in them, but they love these cookies. The combination of flavors keeps them reaching for seconds.
If you are looking for more holiday recipes, you might want to make my Gluten-Free White Chocolate Macadamia Cookies, or my Grain-Free Thumbprint Cookies. Both are simple and make great options for holiday gatherings and food gifts.