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Gluten Free Nutella Chocolate Chip Cookie Cups makes a perfect bite sized treat at a party, get together or at the holidays that everyone can enjoy!
When I was offered the opportunity to try Pillsbury Gluten Free Cookie Dough I jumped at the chance! I have friends that are gluten free including one coworker who has Celiac disease and can’t eat gluten at all because it makes her feel very, very sick. I love being able to help people like her eat their favorite foods, treats, really anything, without sacrificing taste. So many of the foods we eat have gluten in them. I never realized until I started looking at labels and really paying attention to the ingredients.
Gluten Free Nutella Chocolate Chip Cookie Cups are a simple treat you can make with just two ingredients–10 minutes of prep, 10 minutes in the oven and scooping the Nutella into the finished cookie cups. Easy as that!
I made two batches of these Gluten Free Nutella Chocolate Chip Cookie Cups and brought them to work to share with coworkers and they were a huge hit! I had people coming to my desk and asking for the recipe. 🙂 You can probably guess that this pregnant girl had to try a couple of these bad boys for recipe testing purposes and I am here to tell you that not only did I love them but the baby gave me a few kicks in approval!
You can find the Pillsbury Gluten Free Cookie Dough in the same section as the other refrigerated cookie dough. For this recipe I used a 24 count mini muffin tin.
Start by creating small cookie dough balls and placing them in the muffin tin (make sure to spray a non stick spray). Bake the cookie dough for 10-11 minutes on 350 degrees or until the edges are golden brown. Remove from the oven and take the end of a wooden spoon or something similar to push an indentation into the cookie dough to create a cup shape. Let cool for a few minutes then scoop small spoonful’s of the Nutella in each cup (I used a frosting piping bag to make them extra pretty). You can eat them just the way they are or dress them up a little—you could leave some plain and then garnish some with sliced strawberries, raspberries and coconut.
These would be perfect to serve at a party or get together, especially because everyone can enjoy them, including anyone that might be gluten free. There is nothing like big sized treats for your guests!
Check out Pillsbury’s Gluten Free Line of products here.
For more gluten free recipe inspiration head to Pillsbury’s Gluten Free Pinterest Page.
Today’s discussion was sponsored by Pillsbury but as always opinions are 100% my own.