Maple Chocolate Chip Cookies

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I found this recipe for Maple Chocolate Chip Cookies over at Beauty that Moves, and let me tell you, these cookies are amazing. I have made them several times and shared them with lots of people and everyone that has tried them loves them. Here’s the recipe if you want to print it out and try them yourself:

**I only bake mine for about 12 minutes and they are done.

What I love about these cookies:

    • Taste amazing.
    • No refined sugar.
    • Can be gluten free.
    • Can be vegan (if you use vegan chocolate chips).
    • Quick and easy to make.
    • In my book…can be considered “healthy”.

I’m linking up with Mom’s Crazy Cooking Challenge and we’re looking for the Ultimate Chocolate Chip Cookies…take a look at all the other entries and vote for your favorite! (I’m #9).


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  1. Oh my gosh! We love the taste of maple. But in a cookie? Genius!!!

  2. Jennifer @ Mother Th says:

    These sound divine! I love the addition of maple, perfect for this time of year! Thanks for sharing!

  3. These sound yummy and healthy! What a great idea!

  4. ooo maple always makes me think of fall! yum!

    Stopping by from the THE CRAZY COOKING CHALLENGE


  5. Um, yum! You should definitely bring these tonight 😉

  6. These sound like an amazing fall cookie!

  7. The Farm Girl says:

    Maple! I love new ideas and this is going on my to do list. I would love you to check mine out, it's #5. Thanks!

  8. I would have never thought to add maple to a chocolate chip cookie, plus it's healthier to boot! Great choice. I'm #48 in the challenge. :)

  9. I am trying to make more healthy items for my family and these look delish! Thanks for sharing a healthier alternative!


  10. Sounds like a winning recipe and I love the "healthy" aspects of it too!

    If you haven't already, I'd love for you to check out my entry, Chocolate Chip Gingersnaps.


    Cook Lisa Cook

  11. Delicious! Mine came out a little crumbly but I didn't mind too much because they tasted so yummy! Now, if I bought grain-sweetened chocolate chips, they'd really be free of sugar!

  12. These really sound good! I love maple syrup and never thought to add it to cookies. Hope you'll check out my recipe which is #29 Overnight Chocolate Chip Cookies.

  13. Your Cookies look great! It is fun cooking with you, I am #15. Hope you are having a wonderful week end!

    Miz Helen

  14. lovely!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1drooling here:-)

  15. Hi this is Nicole from Colie’s Kitchen I just discovered your blog and wanted to drop by and say hi. I am now a new follower. I would love to have you stop by Colie’s Kitchen if you get a chance.

  16. Wow! What a fun post!! I can't wait to check out all the links! :)



    Life Full of Laughter

  17. These sound great…and "healthy", even better! Thanks for sharing!! Come check out my entry #34, Hot Chocolate Chip Cookies.

  18. I made these today. I used whole wheat pastry flour + half tsp of baking powder because I figured that the baking mix in the recipe must have some kind of leavening. I also added an egg because the dough seemed too dry and crumbly.Make sure to wet your hands to make the balls to avoid everything from sticking to your fingers. They taste really good and they are pretty healthy!

    • Glad you liked them! Yes, the baking mix has baking powder and baking soda. They are pretty crumbly, did the egg help with that?

  19. Just made these today for a vegan friend of mine (AND extra for myself, too, of course :). What a great recipe this is! It's turned out great all 3 times I've tried it! :)

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