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Heavenly Mint Chocolate Chip Cookies

What you need: 

1 cup vegan soy butter, softened
1/2 cup brown sugar
1/2 cup turbinado
2 teaspoon real mint extract
2 1/4 cup unbleached all-purpose flour
12 oz semi-sweet vegan chocolate chips
1/4 cup soymilk
1/2 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon baking soda (heaping)

What you do: 

Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. In a medium bowl cream sugars and soy butter until fluffy. Add soy milk and mint extract. Combine dry ingredients in a large separate bowl. Add creamed mixture to dry ingredients. Blend well. Fold in chocolate chips. Drop by the teaspoon onto parchment lined cookie sheet. Bake 10-12 minutes. Serve warm with a cold glass of soy milk.

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SO HOW'D IT GO?

Had been craving mint chocolate chip ice-cream but has been of the shelf here for a while. So when I found this they were in the oven shortly after. And they defiantly hit that craving spot. So Good.
Only used a level tsp of Baking Soda as per suggestion and they turned out amazing. Thanks so much for the recipe.

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so... i made these.
but right before i started, i realized i didn't have any mint extract...
so i kinda totally altered the recipe.
i added like 2 tblspoon cocoa powder
and instead of mint extract, i used lemon o.o
i added a tad bit of vanilla too
and instead of using all that sugar, i used 1/4 cup brown sugar + 3/4 cup agave
and instead of using all that vegan butter, i used 1/4 cup vegan butter+3/4 cup apple sauce.
to my huuuuge surprise, they came out great! my mom loves them, too...
i was totally experimenting  :P
but apparently it worked.... :o :o ;)b :D

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Tried these, I think the measurement for the baking soda is off - don't heap the spoon as suggested! Because mine came out tasting really strongly of baking soda and nothing else, proving inedible. Will try again though, and they looked lovely :)

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yummy!  these came out fantastic as is!

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I really like these. Definately was more of a cakey cookie for me. I used reg cane sugar as I didn't have any turpinado (sp?), and maybe that is why it came out so cakey. I'm also an eyeball-er which I know is a no-no for baking, haha.  All the ingredients were in my cabinet which was great!  COOKIES!

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On second thought these were slightly dry. I had some left over dough so I tried again, but remember I substituted half my butter for apple butter so I didn't follow the recipe...Now I added cocoa (kind of a lot) and soy milk, I basically added a lot of chocolate then enough milk to get a wet dough. These came out FANTASTIC, like doughnuts but heavier, and minty, next I frosted them with Vanilla Frosting. and they were DIVINE!!

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This was pretty good. I substituted apple butter for half the butter, so i didn't really make the recipe. But still I have no complaints. Thanks for the recipe!

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This sounds divine!!! My boyfriend LOVES mint choclate chip ice cream so my guess is he would LOVE these cookies.  He is a MAJOR meat eater and i have "tricked" him so many times with vegan recipes..this is definately one i will try ASAP.....Thanks  ;)

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