For various reasons it has taken me a while to get around to using another Betty Crocker gluten-free mix. I reviewed the yellow cake mix here, and this time I tried the chocolate chip cookies.
The directions say to mix everything with a spoon. I used my mixer, but only briefly on low after I added the mix since it included the chocolate chips. The dough was dry and crumbly like the directions said it would be. I couldn’t figure out, though, how they expected you to drop the cookie dough onto the baking sheet when it was so crumbly. I scooped up a bit with a spoon and then pressed it together with my hands, which worked fine.
The cookies turned out as well as any gluten-free cookies I’ve made, which is pretty good. They didn’t spread out with funny wrinkles in them like some cookies have, and they contained a good amount of chocolate chips. My gluten eaters and I really liked them. The mix made 3 dozen medium size cookies.
If you like to keep gluten-free mixes on hand, I would recommend giving these a try (if you can find them). They’re a winner in this house!