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Yes you can use a tempered glass baking dish if you have no cookie sheet although you won't get as good a result on it as you would a cookie sheet. Cookie sheets are thin and very conductive, they heat up and cool quickly which is good for baking cookies. When you put them in the oven they quickly get heat to the bottom of the dough and when they come out ...
I could see two problems. First, glass isn't very thermally conductive, and it has a lot of thermal mass, so it might take quite a while for the glass to heat up, especially if the glass is thick. This means that you might not get the bottom/middles of your cookies cooked properly; if it takes long enough, they might just dry out. Second, while tempered ...
The biggest problem I have is the overpowering bean flavor this flour causes. I have had no problem using it in recipes other than the nasty bean flavor.
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