Dreamy Chai Cookies

Hello Friends! I have been meaning to post this Dreamy Chai Cookie recipe for over a week–but life got too busy! These spice-infused chewy cookies are dreamy–thus the name. 🙂

There is a mouthful of spices in every cookie including– ginger, cardamom, cloves, nutmeg, black pepper and cinnamon! YUM!

And of course, they are low FODMAP. I used oat flour in the recipe to boost the nutrition a bit too.

I think they make a great holiday treat!

Note: you can also freeze some of the dough if you want to cook these in smaller batches at a later date. I tend to freeze half of the cookie dough. Then I can bake some later in the week or month. There is nothing quite like a warm freshly baked cookie right out of the oven! Am I right?

Ready to dive in??

14 replies on “Dreamy Chai Cookies

  • Mary Barker

    Hi Kate!
    These cookies sound delicious ! I can’t wait to try them. The description mentioned cardamom but I didn’t see cardamom in the ingredients list. I just wanted to check before I make them. Thanks!
    Happy Holidays!
    Mary Barker

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  • Lori Gardner

    These sound tasty! The description and the directions mention oat flour, but that’s not on the ingredient list. Is it in place of, or in addition to, the gf flour…and how much oat flour?

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  • Deb

    Kate, I made these, and they taste delicious! But mine spread a lot, and I was wondering about the 3 tsp. of baking soda. I know gluten-free recipes need different levels of additives, but doesn’t the 1:1 flour already include some leavening? Just trying to figure out what went wrong. Or do yours spread a lot, too? Thanks! Still loving your pumpkin snickerdoodles, too!!

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  • Julie Cantor-Weinberg

    I made these and they were yummy! I usually don’t like to bake with so much butter though (too much saturated fat). I dipped these in a pre-bought mix of cinnamon, sugar and vanilla.

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    • katescarlata

      You can certainly try either of those substitutions–but not sure how the final product would taste or work out!
      Also, do note, that coconut flour is high FODMAP–so that substitution would not be appropriate for the Low FODMAP elimination diet.

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