I am the first to admit that I am a sucker for cookies.
When I’m in a rush to make a bowl of soup or my coffee, it is a little harder to resist the temptation to go shopping for cookies, especially when I know that I have a great deal to spend.
However, cookies are a luxury and not something you should be indulging in.
In my opinion, they are not worth the effort.
If you do indulge, you’ll want to do it well, or at least make a plan in advance so that you have plenty of time to make them.
If that sounds too complicated for you, you might also like to check out my guide to buying a good cookie for the holidays.
Let’s take a look at how to make angel biscuits!
The Ingredients and Tools You’ll Need for this Recipe 2.
The Angel Biscuit Recipe 3.
The Baking Equipment You’ll Use for This Recipe (optional) 4.
The Gluten-Free Cookie Dough You’ll Make With This Recipe 5.
The Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough 6.
The Toppings You’ll Choose (optional and good!)
The recipe below is a bit tricky to make.
I used a cookie cutter to cut out a rectangle, but a regular cookie cutter will do just fine.
For this recipe, I have two ingredients to keep in mind: the dough needs to be dry and sticky, and it needs to have a nice, firm dough that is firm enough to stick together.
First, the dough will need to be at room temperature for at least an hour.
It will be easier to make this recipe if it is not at room temperatures, but this step will be needed if you make it for a family or someone with a tight schedule.
In addition, I also want the dough to be sticky enough to be edible.
I would use a cookie sheet, but if you are a pastry chef, this is your best bet.
For the dough, you will need: 1 tablespoon of oil (such as olive oil) 2 large eggs 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract 1/2 cup of flour 1/4 cup of sugar (or as much as you need) 1/8 teaspoon salt (or more to taste) 1 teaspoon baking soda (optional but good) Preheat oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.
In a medium bowl, mix together the oil and eggs.
Then add the vanilla extract, flour, and sugar and mix until combined.
Add the salt and baking soda, and mix just until it is evenly mixed.
This will be the consistency of a pancake batter.
Divide the dough into 8 equal portions, and shape each into a ball.
Bake for about 20 minutes.
Allow the biscuits to cool before removing them from the baking sheet.
While the biscuits are baking, you can either make the glaze by combining the sugar and lemon juice.
Place a large bowl or pan filled with ice cubes in the oven and bake for 30 minutes.
While you are baking the biscuits, mix up a glaze.
The mixture will be thick, but not too thick.
When the biscuits have cooled, pour the glazed dough into the prepared baking sheet and flatten it.
Bake the biscuits for about 10 minutes, then remove them from oven.
You can then sprinkle some melted chocolate chips on top of the biscuits.
The chocolate will make the biscuit a little bit more delicious, but they can also be left on the baking tray for a few minutes longer.
You’ll probably want to serve them right away.
Recipe Notes You can use any non-dairy or gluten-free flour you like for this recipe.
You could also use a store-bought flour if you prefer.
The glaze will be slightly thicker than regular cookie dough.
This is because the dough absorbs more liquid when baked.
It’s not that the cookie dough needs a lot of liquid to be firm, but you need to keep the dough from sticking together.
If the glazes are too thick, they can stick together too tightly, and the biscuits can be too dry and crumbly.
To avoid this problem, you may want to use a mixture of brown sugar, baking soda and cinnamon.
You may also want to add more salt and/or baking powder to make the biscuits more pliable and sticky.
Nutrition Facts Angel Bocce Biscuits Amount Per Serving Calories 716 Calories from Fat 198 % Daily Value* Total Fat 25g 42% Saturated Fat 5g 30% Cholesterol 190mg 54% Sodium 527mg 16% Potassium 821mg 19% Total Carbohydrates 44g 10% Dietary Fiber 8g 36% Sugars 12g Protein 10g 20% Vitamin A 13.5% Vitamin C 18.5 % Calcium 21.5.6% Iron 5.8% * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.