I was a bit surprised to see Pillsbury gluten free chocolate chip cookie dough at my local Walmart, they don’t even have a gluten free shelf.
Right out the gate this dough is already looking pretty good since its pre-made and available locally.
Can you say convenient?
Hows it taste?
Last night I baked a dozen of these Pillsbury Gluten Free Cookies for my sister and my dad to try.
After one bite my dad was sold, he mumbled they’re good! And requested another.
My sister snuck one behind my back before I could even offer her one. She said they were “too gooey” and advised that I cook them for a bit longer but she said they taste normal.
Honestly before I even tasted the cookies I knew that they were going to taste good, for two reasons.
1. Most of the non-gluten free Pillsbury products that I have had in the past I have liked.
2. Pillsbury has known for a while that the gluten-free market is ripe and I do not think that they would put out a unsatisfactory product.
Scooping the cold dough from the container with a Tbs was a tad crumbly but overall held up just fine to form a ball.
They only took a few short minutes to cook and after cooling off for 12 minutes I took a bite and joyfully took another as I reached for a tall glass of cold milk to dunk my cookie. Unlike other pre-made doughs, this dough was not gritty all and didn’t have a weird aftertaste.
After munching on a few more cookies I popped them in the freezer for about an hour then scooped vanilla and chocolate ice cream in-between two cookies and saved some ice cream sandwiches for anther day.
- They’re available locally
- They taste great
- You can make one or two at a time and save the rest for later
- Low-quality ingredients
- Contains dairy and soy
Who is this product good for?
Anyone who is in a pinch and needs gluten free cookies ASAP.
Have you tasted these cookies? What do you think about the taste and texture?
Scoop of Pillsbury gluten free chocolate chip cookie dough
Freshly baked with a side of almond milk
I couldn’t resist making mini ice cream sammies
Can’t forget vanilla