Gluten free chocolate chip muffins are the perfect treat for busy mornings or afternoon snacks. They’re simple and delicious and easy to make, too!
Earlier this year, my family and I did a Whole30, which is 30-days without grains, dairy, legumes, sugar, and other things. One of the reasons, we decided to give it a try was the mysterious itching and eczema that plague a couple of our children. We weren’t too strict on it with the kids, allowing them to eat things they were offered at church or at the homes of friends.
It didn’t take long to realize that gluten was the mostly likely cause of the itching and skin irritation so since the 30 days ended, our family has been avoiding gluten, and I’ve been trying to learn to bake with gluten free flours.
It’s not always easy, but I do like a challenge.
During the Whole30, we didn’t prepare baked goods or treats so when the month ended, I started looking for ways to give the kids a treat from time to time.
These muffins fit the bill!
They are not difficult to make, and the kids enjoy them. The best part is that they don’t taste gluten free. They’re just good muffins.
Other recipes I’ve tried are often a bit grainy or the texture just isn’t right in some way. The texture of these gluten free chocolate chip muffins is tender and soft.
Take a look:
What You Need to Make Gluten Free Chocolate Chip Muffins
- 1 1/2 cups gluten free all purpose flour (I use this brand because it’s readily available at our local grocery store.)
- 1/2 cup brown sugar
- 2 teaspoons baking powder
- 1/4 teaspoon salt
- 1 egg, slightly beaten
- 1 cup milk
- 1/4 cup oil
- 1 teaspoon vanilla
- 1 cup mini chocolate chips
How to Bake Gluten Free Chocolate Chip Muffins
First, whisk together the dry ingredients, including the brown sugar.
Add egg, milk, oil and vanilla and mix well. Fold in mini chocolate chips.
Bake at 400 degrees for 18-20 minutes.
I’m still exploring the world of gluten-free baking, and I would love to try your favorite gluten-free recipes. Leave a comment and a link below. My whole family will be glad you do!
I am celiac & was only diagnosed 9 years ago, I converted all my favorite recipes to gf & lf as I am also lactose intolerant. With a little experimentation I have done this successfully & enjoy all of our favorite foods.
I have included a post above with attached recipes for the treats I mention.
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Thank you, Jennifer! I will definitely be visiting your site and can’t wait to learn from you!