Simple Choc Chip Cookies


My mother (she is 89 and living with us at the moment) was hankering for some chocolate biscuits - I went and bought some wheat based ones. I ate one (or two ) and thought that my gluten free biscuits were better. I ended up making a batch of 90 (little ones) for her and used for the first time my Tupperware dough press. Some of the choc chips got stuck - my daughter really enjoyed getting the last of the dough out (the dough didn't make it into the biscuits). 

300 g Bakers' Magic gluten free flour
150 g butter
100 g caster sugar
100 g brown sugar
1 tsp Baking powder
2 tsp vanilla extract
1 egg
250 g dark chocolate chips

Use a food processor to mix together all ingredients (apart from the chocolate chips) until you have a smooth dough.
Mix in the chocolate chips by hand or if you have a Thermomix mix in them in using the reverse button.
Cool the dough (30 mins fridge, 10 mins freezer). I flattened the dough out and covered it. 
The amount of dough you use per bikkie will depend on how big you want them. The bikkies shown were about 7 g each and I made 90 of them. The baking time will vary maybe 12 mins for 10 g of dough and approximately 18-20 mins for 20 g of dough.
Bake at 170 C on lined baking trays.