Chocolate Chip Cookies for Two

Sometimes you are in the mood for a good chocolate chip cookie.  That is where this Chocolate Chip Cookie for Two comes into play.  This recipe makes only two cookies so you don’t have to worry about over eating the whole batch. 🙂

Thursday was my birthday, and I was craving a good chocolate chip cookie.  So I made this recipe for Chocolate Chip Cookies for Two.  This chocolate chip cookie recipe is so easy and it doesn’t even require a mixer!  Plus there is no egg in this recipe, so feel free to just eat the dough if you prefer!


Chocolate Chip Cookies for Two - My Whole Food Life

These chocolate chip cookies are vegan and gluten free. I am guessing the if you refrigerated the dough, it may work nicely in a cookie dough ice cream.  Maybe a single serving banana ice cream?  Yum!!


Chocolate Chip Cookies for Two

Chocolate Chip Cookies for Two

Prep Time 5 min Cook Time 10 min Serves 2 large cookies     adjust servings

An easy recipe for only two cookies you can quickly whip up!


  1. Preheat oven to 350.
  2. Mix the flax meal and water in a bowl and place in the fridge for a minute.
  3. In another bowl , mix the dry ingredients.
  4. Mix all the wet ingredients, including the flax mixture, in another bowl .
  5. Add dry to wet and mix until combined. Fold in the chips.
  6. Drop cookies onto a lined baking sheet . I used a cookie scoop .
  7. Bake for about 10-12 minutes.
  8. Let the cookies cool completely before removing from the baking sheet. Enjoy!


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44 thoughts to “Chocolate Chip Cookies for Two”

      1. Oh my gosh! These were soooo good! By far, the best healthy cookie I've had the pleasure of eating. I couldn't wait to get home tonight to try these.
  1. Do you use baking powder or soda? The recipe says powder but the link goes to soda? Curious if you have a baking powder to recommend?
    1. If it's powder, is there a substitution? I try to avoid corn products if I can. Thanks so much for all your wonderful recipes!
  2. I just made these.....seems like there was way too much coconut oil? Do you melt then measure 2T? Maybe that was my error. They were still good, just took forever to solidify!
  3. I made these yesterday and they're delicious - however, mine basically melted in the oven and were completely flat. When I measured the coconut oil I measured it melted - could that be the cause?! Thank you for this recipe - oftentimes I'm craving homemade chocolate chip cookies, but I don't want a full batch sitting around for me to devour.
    1. I also measured after melting too. Mine were pretty flat, but I was okay with that. Maybe you can use a little less oil next time to prevent that?
  4. No gluten issues in my most of your recipes can I use either reg flour or whole wheat flour instead of the GF flours you use? Thanks?
  5. Delicious! I was looking for something quick and easy to go with my coffee and these were perfect. The hardest part was waiting for them to cool to eat one!
  6. Happy late birthday! I love that this only makes two cookies :) I have been trying all these new recipes lately, and some I like, and some I don't like - but there are always so many leftovers! And I hate wasting.
  7. What a great idea! My husband & I could always go for a cookie (or two), and this way we don't have loads of cookies to eat in a short span of time. I plan to try these soon!

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