- Yield: 36 cookies
Orange White Chocolate Chip Cookies that Cthulhu Would Love
A gluten free orange white chocolate chip cookie recipe that is insanely good and endorsed by Cthulhu (and my wife).
- tapioca flour - 0.75 cups
- almond flour - 0.75 cups
- coconut flour - 0.75 cups
- butter - 2 sticks
- sugar - 0.5 cups
- brown sugar - 0.5 cups
- salt - 0.5 tsp
- baking powder - 0.75 tsp
- egg - 1
- orange zest - 3 tsp
- vanilla extract - 1 small splash
- white chocolate chips - 11 oz bag
- confectioners sugar - 1 cup
- lemon juice - 2 tsp
- orange juice - 2 tsp
- orange zest - 1 tsp
- Preheat oven 350.
- Take butter out to soften (like your sanity after reading a passage from a tome about the Great Old Ones).
- Mix all three flours, baking powder, and salt in a small bowl.
- Cube butter into a large stand mixer bowl -- Cthulhu prefers green stand mixers.
- Add both sugars and mix until creamy.
- Beat in egg, orange zest, and vanilla.
- Gradually beat in flour mix.
- With the irrational zeal of a mad investigator, dump an entire bag of (Ghirardelli) white chocolate chips into bowl and mix.
- Line two cookie sheets with (Lovecraftian) parchment paper.
- Don't really use Lovecraftian parchment paper... just use regular parchment paper.
- Drop rounded tablespoons of dough onto sheets.
- Bake for 10 minutes (or until edges start to brown).
- Let stand for 2 minutes before transferring to cooling rack.
- MAKE SURE YOU DO THE LAST STEP OR YOU WILL HAVE AN APOCALYPTIC DISINTEGRATING COOKIE DISASTER OF LOVECRAFTIAN PROPORTIONS.
- Dump ingredients in a medium bowl.
- Whisk frantically, as if escaping Nyarlathotep.
- Drizzle over the tops of the still-warm cookies on the cooling rack.
- Regret the mess you're making.
- Let the icing harden.
- Lose sanity.
Once upon a time, a co-worker tore @#$% up in an office baking contest with an orange white chocolate chip iced cookie. It. Was. Insane.
I mean, Cthulhu himself would be jealous of the mind-shattering affect these cookies have.
Seriously, these cookies would send Cthulhu over the edge. SAN 20/1D20+20. (I don’t even know if that’s a viable sanity check for Call of Cthulhu.)
And if Cthulhu had a gluten intolerance? BOOM! That’s where I come in with a gluten-free flour blend that doesn’t taste like ground up rice and beans!Add to Favourites