- 3 cups powdered sugar
- 2/3 cup Dutch process cocoa powder (unsweetened)
- 1/4 teaspoon salt
- 4 large egg whites (at room temperature)
- 1 tablespoon pure vanilla extract
- 1 1/2 cups bittersweet chocolate chips
PER SERVING *
|Calories240Calories from Fat60|
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Roundtree 3 days ago
they didnt turn out so good. they got stuck to the wax paper
L. Wool 30 days ago
excellent. 14 min was too long to cook. first batch came out crumbly. lowered to 8 to 10 and all were much better. very unique recipe and great taste.
Tara 28 Sep
Tots bomb, will def make it again
Alicia 20 Sep
So yum.. cookies were huge, but that’s part of the goodness ... who doesn’t love a giant cookie ?!
David Martin 15 Sep
Good! A bit thin and hollow but still tasty!
Liz 8 Sep
These were heckin incredible. 21/10 heckin good boyes
Fatma R. 17 Aug
spread out very badly and turned out dry and unediable.. I threw it all
Ann S. 24 Jul
These are universally liked by those who need gluten free AND by those who are Gluten tolerant. Deep, dark chocolate flavor!
Kaley M. 23 Jul
did not cook right at all
Aleta Dodge 10 Jul
Yummy! Second time making these.
Sarah Cristel 4 Jul
Delicious! It was the first cookie I ever made
Summer Haffner 27 Jun
If you have food allergies, or love someone who does, you need this recipe! Even the gluten lovers can't stay away!
Bethany Brunner 24 Jun
These were absolutely delicious!
Stuck 11 Apr
Perfect just as described. This time I’m adding marshmallows
Stephanie Swaim 8 Apr
I reduced the serving-size but the dough was too thick so I just made one gigantic cookie and it was delicious
Ingrid H. 8 Apr
I brought these to my office and they were a huge hit! A little hard to get off the pan.
My Liege. 2 Apr
Great taste but doesn’t travel or store well. Make sure to keep each cookie separate or else the will fuse together to make one giant mega cookie. Still delicious though!
Lafferty 1 Apr
Wonderful a chocolate lovers best cookie ever Easy to make
Josalyn Elliott 30 Mar
really good! i love them!
McKenzie King 24 Mar
it was super good. i accidently made them too big though and the top was a little too crunchy for my taste.
Katie Echonoir 12 Mar
These cookies taste amazing. They are chewy and melt in your mouth. Perfect amount of sweetness.
Daniel Acosta 28 Feb
Great, easy to mess up. Truly Chewy gooey, a bit too sweet, but good nevertheless.
Hi! 28 Feb
They were good, very messy to make, but lots of fun as well!
Nicola Erlich 25 Feb
Made one giant cookie
Chris H. 18 Feb
I’m giving this recipe one star for flavor. Just say no to making these. Not a good recipe-batter is too thin and cookies spread out...consistency of cookies too chewy. I had a feeling they weren’t going to work, so at least I didn’t add the chocolate chips so I can make something else. Very disappointed.
Michelle J. 18 Feb
Was planning to bake cookies but put too many egg yolks in. So I baked it into a brownie instead. Its a great recipe for brownies though!! Brownies came out to be reallly chewy. Loved it. But do cut down the sugar. I only used around 1 or 1.5 cups of sugar and chocolate chips - and it came out to be pretty sweet.
Laura K. 4 Feb
Came out too thin and just burned
Jeff 21 Jan
Yikes, these are dangerously good! I accidentally made these with semi sweet chocolate chips, but just as delicious I'm sure. I doubt these will be made in our house very often - they're too good for our own good! 😀
Banana Bairds 16 Jan
My wife and I made these last night, and they were wonderful. They weren’t too gooey or too dry at all. I think it’s safe to say we’ll be making these again.
Amanda 22 Dec 2017
I’m giving up on these. Tried them twice. Some small modifications helped the second time, but not enough. Much more crisp than goo. If I want something that tastes like this with better texture, I’ll just make brownies.