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A question about a recipe: Divine gluten-free chocolate cookies. No seriously.

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I have a question about the recipe "Divine gluten-free chocolate cookies. No seriously. " from Jestei. Do you sift the powdered sugar?

asked by Nancy Mck 10 months ago
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added 10 months ago

No you should be fine just following the directions as shown

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added 10 months ago

you don't have to but if you do sift dry ingreds for cookies and cakes, the product comes out more tender/lighter. I started doing it awhile ago for this reason.

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added 10 months ago

I always sift two things: powdered sugar and cocoa powder. These two ingredients are particularly prone to clumping, so I find it better to play it safe and spend an extra 2 minutes (if that) sifting. No one wants big clumps of sugar in their dessert.