Avocado chocolate chip cookies

With so many talented foodies and cooks out there,  I am always keen to learn something from them.

As a result, my “to bake” list has been getting longer and longer…hehe 😉

For a while now, I have been eyeing these avocado chocolate chip cookies on my list and with a lonely avocado sitting in my refrigerator, it was high time I made these!

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I know it’s a rather unusual combination but I like them!

They are soft and slightly chewy and have a different texture!

I DID NOT taste the avocado at all which was really good coz I was scared of that…

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They also don’t have a typical flat, round cookie shape.

They are sorta like poofy clouds…hehe

Do not expect them to taste like buttery full fat cookies.

Enjoy them for what they are: A low fat delicate cookie that’s not gonna rest on your hips forever! lol 😀

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To make these avocado chocolate chip cookies, you will need the following ingredients:

1 cup whole wheat flour
1 tsp baking soda
1/4 tsp salt
1 cup semi-sweet chocolate chips (I used chopped baking chocolate)
1/2 cup avocado (approximately one avocado)
3/4 cup Splenda (I used regular sugar)
1 egg
1 tsp vanilla extract (I like vanilla so I added 1 tbsp) 

This recipe comes from Natalie, who blogs at Deconstructing the home and says these cookies are a family favorite!


And here are the steps:

Step 1:
Remove avocado from skin and place it in a deep bowl. Also, add Splenda or sugar (whichever you decide to use).

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Step 2:
Mix on high speed until you have a smooth mixture.

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Step 3:
Add egg and vanilla extract.
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Step 4:
When that’s all mixed, add baking soda, flour and salt.

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Step 5:
Mix everything on high speed until it’s all blended properly.

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Step 6:
Add chocolate chips and mix with a spoon.

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Step 7:
Use an ice cream scooper to scoop out the dough and place it on cookie sheet lined with parchment paper. Bake for 15-18 minutes at 290 degrees . 

I tried a slight modification and liked the result => If you like bananas, add 1 mashed ripe banana into this batter and your cookies will have a hint of “banana-ness”

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And you are done!

Dig in… munch munch 😛

Btw,I really like how this picture turned out.

It’s half colorful and half black & white…

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Anyways, that’s all for today.

If you liked these cookies, you may also like some of these other treats…

Avocado marble cake

avocado marble cake

Mocha crinkle cookies

mocha crinkle cookies

Crackly sugar cookies

crackly sugar cookies
Until next time, tata my lovelies :)

53 thoughts on “Avocado chocolate chip cookies

  1. Eftychia

    Thank you very much for your nice comments (in my blog). These cookies look tasty… The questions were really a good way to get to know you better :-)

  2. Jill Colonna

    OMG – these are incredible. Puffy clouds I want to taste! Would never have thought of avocado-chocolate but then whyever not? Fantastic. Fun questions – and answers, btw! :-)

  3. Sandra's Easy Cooking

    Now these cookies are something new to me! Avocado and chocolate…hmm looking at your pictures looks like a cookies and sound like a cookies..now I want to make a see does it taste like a cookie:)) I love your last photo, very interesting!

    What a great questions:)) I laughed on few like "DO YOU STILL HAVE YOUR TONSILS?" and who has time to read a book when we have amazing food blogs to read :)))) Great answers, I am happy to know more about you!!!
    Have a wonderful Tuesday!

  4. RavieNomNoms

    I have wanted to try and make this for some time now. I have seen people put avocado in all sorts of things lately. These look really good, you have inspired me to finally try it!

  5. The Farmers Wife

    Sounds wonderful to me! I’ve seen this (or others like it) recipe floating around blog world for a bit but you are braver than I am for trying them! I just might have to give this a try one of these days!

  6. Shabs

    The q& a was fun to read , I too wish my house would smell like bath & body works , the cookies look great , will def give it a try :) .

  7. The Chocolate Priestess

    I’ve never made anything with avacado because no one in my family likes it, I never had it growing up either. It would certainly never enter my mind to use chocolate with it and yet I’m seeing such recipes recently. Did you all get together and decide to make desserts with avocado?

  8. Ann

    These are amazing cookies! I love that you are using Splenda and Whole Wheat Flour! I came over to congratulate you for making Food Buzz’s Top 9 and was enthralled with the recipe! BRAVO!

  9. Sanjeeta kk

    I love the shape of the cookies…the swirls that got baked. And Avocado in cookies…that really is something wonderful. Indecently I also posted a few fruit cookies on my blog :)

  10. Becky

    Congrats on the Top 9. I’m a little behind reading blogs. You can never have too many cookies recipes. these look very good,and I’ll have to make them for my hubby. Bookmarking this recipe.

  11. Tiffany

    Favorite part of this post… "reading blogs instead of books!" And love these cookies… I’ve used avocado in chocolate mousse before! It pairs perfectly!

  12. Tanya

    Ya know what’s so funny is I was thinking about trying to incorporate avocados into cookies the other day! haha That is so cool that you made them! I’m excited to give it a go!

  13. Liz

    I made these with oat flour and xylitol, and they were absolutely delicious! I also used Dagoba dark chocolate drops, which are my favorite chocolate chip option, and boy oh boy I cannot wait to make these cookies again. Slightly green, and absolutely fabulous. Thank you for the awesome recipe!

  14. Ange

    Oh my gosh, these are amazing. I’ve made them twice so far and many more times to come. They taste like chocolate chip cookie dough. I under cook them slightly so they are super gooey. Also, I do a sugar/pur via (stevia) blend and I add a little extra salt. 5 stars! Bravo!


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