A taste you will love, a brand you can trust. Free of 8 common allergens. Gluten-free. Allergen-friendly. GF: Certified gluten-free. Vegan. No milk, butter or eggs needed! Try our entire Choice Batter family of baking and cooking mixes. A taste you will love, a brand you can rust. Visit us at www.ChoiceBatter.com for Choice Batter recipes and cooking & baking tips. All Choice Batter products are blended and packaged in a facility free of gluten and the eight common allergens: egg; dairy; peanuts; tree nuts; fish; shellfish; wheat; soy. Also, our Double Chocolate Brownie Mix is free of: MSG; cholesterol; artificial colors, flavors and preservatives. Choice Batter was founded with a desire to develop healthy, great-tasting, gluten free and allergen friendly products the entire family can enjoy. Our promise is to deliver a taste you will love, a brand you can trust. www.choicebatter.com. Please recycle. Low sodium. www.CrispTek.com. Made in the USA of domestic and global ingredients.
13.5 oz (383 g) x 6
2 tbsp dry mix
16 per pack
Only 3 Ingredients Needed: Box of baking mix; 1/3 cup water; 2 tbsp oil. 1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F for a dark baking sheet and 375 degrees for a light baking sheet. 2. Stir 2 tablespoons vegetable oil into 1/3 cup water, and add to cookie mix and chips in medium bowl. Mix thoroughly. Drop dough by rounded tablespoon onto a lightly greased cookie sheet. 3. Bake as directed below, or until the edges are light golden brown before removing from cookie sheet. Store cooled cookies in airtight container. Soft & Chewy: Dark Pan: 350 degrees F, 11-13 minutes. Crunchier: Dark Pan: 350 degrees F, 14-17 minutes. Soft & Chewy: Light Pan: 375 degrees F, 14-17 minutes. Crunchier: Light Pan: 375 degrees F, 18-20 minutes. Results will vary with oven type and high altitude.
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