You know I can’t go anywhere with only one dessert. That just isn’t my style.
So, once I made cheesecake with berry sauce for Jessica’s Passover dinner, I had to make something else. Originally I planned to make Passover brownies. They weren’t a ton of work, but the idea of separating eggs and whipping them separately just wasn’t in the cards that day. I wanted something easy.
I went through my gmail recipe folders to see what else I could make. As soon as I found this recipe I knew it was the one. A few months ago, I made these Flourless Chocolate Cookies with my mom and my family ate most of them that day. There isn’t any butter, so they are healthy, right?
These cookies are easy to make and are really delicious. The inside is chewy and fudgey, but the outside is light and crisp like a meringue.
Start with some good quality cocoa powder, confectioners’ sugar and salt
Whisk these dry ingredients together
Add in 2 egg whites
Whisk the egg whites into the dry ingredients; if the batter does not get thick and glossy like below, add one or two more egg whites as needed
Stir in semi-sweet chocolate chips
Bake the cookies on parchment paper until the top of the cookie is glossy and the outside forms cracks
Recipe from Recipe Girl
Happy almost weekend! What are your plans?