It was a late night, and sugar free chocolate chip cookies were on the mind.
I think I was baking until about 12:04am in the morning. These late night baking sessions are going to drive me mad if I don’t get a grip on myself.
I started writing a blurb about my experience, and decided to take an 1800’s dramatic story writer perspective on the whole thing, I’m not sure if my audience completely understood, but I rested my faith in them to take my dramatic look at sugar free cookies in a somewhat hilarious manner.
“Cookies are serious stuff” I muttered to myself.
The chocolate chips were easy to make, but they sure did take time.
I found that the Agave Nectar in the recipes make the cookies quite dense, so I had to press them down and flatten them quite a bit to get them to take the right shape. That helped a lot.
A flat-round baking stone really did the trick in getting the cookies to cook right. I’ve tried those “cookie sheets” in the past, but they just don’t cook the same way a classic baking stone does it – the way of the ancient Italians and their ancient pizza; a baking stone is all they would need, and it’s all I need too.
I had just gotten a hold of a new Canon Rebel t2i camera too, so the video/picture quality I was taking should hopefully have increased in comparison to the previous ones I had taken. Things are getting serious around here on easy-sugar-free-recipes.com.
I also had just discovered an amazing new recipe site that takes recipes and turns them into humorous comics, called Cooking Comically; I thought that my readers might want to know.
Well, without further ado, here is the classic sugar free cookie recipe I promised.