DJ here is a link to one that I have made that doesn't have corn in it. The only problem I didn't like about this one was the way the beaten egg whites made the tops looks. I would only lightly beat the egg whites next time or not at all. I have seen this same recipe without the eggs beaten. chaosinthekitchen.com/2010/05/flour- le ss-chocolate-walnut-payard-cookies/
I don't make cookies very often as I can't resist them very well.
Maybe you could try one of the substitutes if you can't have corn.
I was curious and looked up Cornstarch substitutes For each 1 tablespoon of cornstarch needed use: 2 tablespoons all-purpose flour OR 1 tablespoon potato flour or rice flour OR 4 teaspoons quick-cooking tapioca OR 2 teaspoons arrowroot
Personally I would use the all purpose flour if it has xanthan gum included.
Do you have one that also does not have corn in it?
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hahaha, and we wonder why we gain weight? And the sugar spike too. It's like eating icing but more like fudge. I'm sure it tasted awesome!!! I can't have anything like this in the house or I eat far too much since I'm the only one here to eat it.
Lily, your recipe reminds me of this one which I like a lot. Taste like the GF ones from the Great America cookie.
Chewy Flourless Cookies
1 3/4 cup powdered sugar 1/2 cup cocoa 2 t cornstarch 1/4 t. salt 2 egg whites 1 cup chopped and toasted nuts Preheat oven to 350. Mix together sugar, cocoa, cornstarch and salt. Gradually add egg whites, stirring with spoon until mixture forms a dough. Mixture should be thick enough to form a dough, if not, add more cocoa and powdered sugar. Form dough into balls. place on cookie sheet. Bake 16 - 19 min until glossy and cracked. Cool
I tried and it was such an incredible PIMA, I posted it only here.
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They were quite good -- too good! I ate about 10 of the 24 (in more than one sitting) and now my face is broken out. I think that much sugar is a BAD, BAD thing but these are good if you want chocolate cookies. They're almost fudgey.
2 1/4C confectioners sugar 1/4 t salt 1 t espresso powder (optional but this really helps) 3/4 C cocoa (Dutched) 1/4 C carob powder (this substitution isn't necessary, you can go all cocoa but I like carob) 3 large egg whites 2 t gluten-free vanilla extract
Mix all in bowl (I used a stand mixer) til smooth and "glassy." Dump about 1 T at a time onto GREASED (I used spray "pam-like" stuff) cookie tins. Cookie batter will SPREAD a lot.
Bake at 350F for 5-8 minutes. They will crack and be careful not to burn. There's a lot of sugar in these!
COOL COMPLETELY ON TIN before removing.
My elderly parents both loved them and I did, too. :) Bit too much sugar for my system but they're tasty for non-GF folks.
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