Gluten Free Chocolate Dipped Cookies

Easy Christmas Cookie recipe: dipped chocolate chip cookesThis post was sponsored by Immaculate Baking Co. Thank you to the brands that support this site.

Do you have a traditional holiday cookie you just have to make (and eat!) each year? I’ve been eating gluten free for most of my life, so I’ve missed out on most of the delicious cookies others enjoy. Like fresh-from-the-oven chocolate chip cookies. So when I found Immaculate Baking Co. cookie dough in the freezer section, I was excited to pop it in the oven and enjoy easy-to-make cookies like a normal person. {Coupon alert: get a $1 off coupon here.}

Plus, baking is a great excuse to use my apron collection and cutesy kitchen utensils, so…I’m in.

Gluten free baking recipes from The Pink Paperdoll

The directions said to pat the dough rounds down to about a half inch thick. To accomplish this, I put the dough between two layers of parchment paper and rolled gently with the ceramic rolling pin in the picture.  If, like me, you don’t use nonstick baking sheets, parchment paper is a must. I buy If You Care unbleached parchment paper and it makes cleanup easy. Here’s how the dough came packaged:

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Within a few minutes in the preheated oven, these bad boys were making my house smell divine. Like real, actual chocolate chip cookies. A smell I haven’t enjoyed in a long time.

dipped-cookies-with-sprinklesFor a decorative twist on the traditional chocolate chip cookie, I dipped each one in chocolate, then added sprinkles. I used Sunspire bittersweet chocolate chips melted in a pan, but you can use any type of chocolate you have on hand. See the full recipe for party-perfect, easy to make chocolate dipped chocolate chip cookies below.

Dipped chocolate cookies for the holidaysFun fact: the packaging uses illustrations from folk artists, like the one you can kinda see here

Coupons & Savings and More Recipes

Need more recipe ideas? You can’t have enough pretty cookies this time of year, that’s for sure. Also, make sure to download and print a coupon for $1 off any Immaculate Baking product. The cookie dough I bought was already a good price (regularly under $5 at my local store, plus they were on sale) so $1 off makes it even more affordable. Which is a good thing if you have tons of holiday parties to bake for! Find out where the brand is sold near you. I thought it was surprisingly easy to find, but check it out before you shop because it isn’t sold in all stores.

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3-Ingredient Chocolate Dipped Cookie Recipe

Here’s how I made the cookies above. It’s so fast and easy, you can use it for even the most last minute party invitations!

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6 Comments on Gluten Free Chocolate Dipped Cookies

  1. Liz Dengate
    December 8, 2016 at 2:38 pm (1 year ago)

    These are so so so cute!! You’re such a creative baker. : )

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    • admin
      December 10, 2016 at 6:54 pm (1 year ago)

      Thanks Liz!

      Reply
  2. Sara
    December 8, 2016 at 10:01 pm (1 year ago)

    I love their gluten free chocolate chip cookies! You put a great new spin on this, I’ll have to give it a try!

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    • admin
      December 10, 2016 at 6:54 pm (1 year ago)

      Thanks Sara! I tried to do something simple for this one.

      Reply
  3. Kelly
    December 14, 2016 at 1:49 pm (12 months ago)

    I love their cookie dough! I was so happy to finally find a good tasting brand for those times when I needed to just eat straight outta the container. As a self proclaimed chocoholic, I never thought about dipping the cookies – what a fantastic idea!

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  4. Taylor
    December 14, 2016 at 4:46 pm (12 months ago)

    I need to try this!!! They look so yummy!

    Reply

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