Gluten free chocolate chip cookies are not difficult to make, and this recipe provides a double dose of yumminess as there is cocoa in the mixture, as well as white chocolate chips.
Pre-heat the oven to 180C or 350F.
Place all the dry ingredients into a bowl or your food processor. Mix them up thoroughly with a spoon, or give them a whizz with the metal blade in the processor, so that they are combined well.
Break the eggs into a cup and mix with a fork. Pour the eggs and the oil into the dry ingredients and mix together. The dough will be sticky and crumbly. When it starts to hold together, knead gently into a ball.
Prepare your cookie tray, by either greasing it well, or preferably lining it with baking parchment to prevent sticking.
Pull off small pieces of mixture and flatten them into rough circles on the tray. Press chocolate chips into the surface of the cookies.
Bake for 10-12 minutes. Remove from tray and store in a tin or plastic box (if they don't all get eaten first!)
If you are a choco-holic, you might also enjoy this gluten free chocolate cake recipe.