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Easy As Heck Vegan Chocolate Chip Cookies

What you need: 

2 cups all purpose flour (King Arthur)

2 tsp. non-aluminum baking powder

1/2 tsp. sea salt

2 tsp. cinnamon

1 cup sugar (Florida Crystals, the chunkier ones)

1/2 cup canola oil

1 tsp. vanilla

1/2 cup water

1 cup vegan chocolate chips (Enjoy Life brand)

What you do: 

Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.

Mix everything together in a large bowl, well!

Using a small/medium scoop, (or a spoon) place on lightly greased cookie sheets. (we normally use stone ware)

Bake 10-12 minutes. Cookies won't brown on top when they are done.




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I didn't have flour so instead I got my vitamix and grinded up oats so I used 3 cups of oats and left them in the oven for 5 minutes longer


I didn't have flour so instead I got my vitamix and grinded up oats so I used 3 cups of oats and left them in the oven for 5 minutes longer


i am obsessed with this recipe. made inception cookies (AKA cookie within a cookie) with my modifications below. baked for ~20 mins. AWESOME! :) 


This is my second time making these. :) They are so delicious!!!! I used whole wheat pastry flour instead along with only 2 tablespoons melted earth balance and 1/4 cup applesauce in place of the oil. I also only used 2/3 cup sugar, and they were still very sweet!!!! Making a giant batch of these next week. :D


Delicious!  These are nicer than regular choclate chip cookies.  Like others, I did find the cinnamon a little stronger for those who may not be a big fan.  I also did a combo of white and regular chocolate chips. 


My new favorite cookie recipe! Followed the directions exactly, and they were perfect. I love how easy they are, and let me just say that the raw dough is addicting!! They were a hit with the whole family, my kids went crazy for them. The only thing I might change is to reduce the amount of cinnamon slightly. 


I just made these and they are AWESOME!! 


So simple and yummy! I've baked them twice now :) Thank you!

The first time I used coconut flour, coconut oil, and coconut milks as substitutes- and of course had to eat them with a large ice cold glass of coconut milk ;) The coconut flour made them a bit crumbly, but I didn't mind, just have to add more liquid as it tends to be flakey by nature.

The second time I followed the recipe exactly, they were nice and moist.


These cookies were soooooooo good. I ate a few and so did my fiance but I had to take the rest into work to keep myself from eating the rest. Two dozen cookies were eaten up by 11 AM at the small office I work at; everyone loved them! The only thing I changed was i cut out some of the sugar since it seemed like quite a bit. Also the dough was rather oily making it hard to keep the chocolate chips contained (idk if this is normal with vegan cookies) but the cookies still turned out great.


Over the summer I have made these gems a dozen times......always perfect and yummy.  Each time I varied the recipe a bit.  Always come out well.  I have best results by always starting with whole wheat pastry flour. That way they are not cakey.  This time around I added a handful of chopped walnuts.  I like that this recipe includes cinnamon to help maintain blood sugar levels. And I usually hold back on the sugar just a bit. Has anyone tried this with half sugar- half agave? 



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