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I made these last night. The only thing I changed was to sub 1/4 cup of sugar with brown sugar. Thought it would impart flavor and color. They came out like bland bread biscuits with chocolate chips. :(
I made most of my doughballs smaller than usual. This gave me enough for 24 small cookies and about 6 "normal" sized ones. The small ones did not flatten when baked the way I am accustomed to with cookie dough. The changes I made were: 5/8 cup sugar, +2 tsp chocolate powder. Compared to other cookie dough recipes, I find this recipe a bit on the dry side. For health-conscious people (as many vegans are), you might also find this recipe overly sweet. Still very tasty comfort food.
Thank you for noticing that! I just updated considering the confusion. I personally like to add them with the dry because it's less work than combining them later on. But, I also don't like chocolate chip so I often leave them out completely.
Question:Step 2 has a picture of you pouring the chocolate chips into the dry ingredients however you said to add the chocolate chips once the dough has been worked thoroughly. Which one is correct?
Easy Chocolate Chip Cookies that Happen to be Vegan
I made these with brown sugar and i added shredded coconut. They are delicious!
I used pumpkin puree instead of oil, coconut sugar and brown rice flour and they turned out PERFECT. Thank you for this easily tweakable recipe. :3
unfortunately, mine did not come out like the pictures. this is the first time I made vegan cookies. I'm pretty sure I overworked the dough, because I basically had to work the flour and chocolate chips in with my hands. also, I didn't flatten them since the picture looked like balls, so they came out like big balls of bread, and also tasted and felt like bread. I really appreciate the way the recipe was set up though with pictures and instruction etc.I just messed up is all.. I made another batch of cookies with a different recipe ask I did flatten those so they looked like cookies but the batter was super dry and cruelty and so where the cookies- dry. I wonder if these all just need more oil...? or an egg replacer??
I just made these cookies and they were amazing! I made a couple changes to the original recipe after looking at some comments. Used brown sugar instead of the raw sugar, I poured in some hemp seeds for some more healthiness and you can't see or taste them! I also flattened the cookies slightly. These cookies taste best right out of the oven. - sidneym123
The texture did end up being almost raw feeling for me...still tasted good so I'm not complaining! - LionsDen22
I just made these. They tasted a bit bland. Any tips?
Hope you didn't get the salt and sugar mix up.
The missing cookie is the one I ate to test. Delicious!
I added a little more soymilk and I thought that it would make the cookies softer, it did but not the kind of soft that I wanted. But, it tastes real good and when my parents saw it, they thought that I took it out early, but I didn't and they said that they were good even though they are meat eaters. I'm technically the only vegan in my family.
Ingredient mixing instructions? Baking temperature?
Thank you so much for this recipe! I have been using it at every function I go to and they are a hit!
I would not make these again. I brought them to a holiday party potluck, and they were not good. The complaints that others have in the comments are all accurate; pale, cakey, not such good flavor. People at the party were not impressed. It was definitely not a good thing when facing the increased scrutiny of bringing a vegan dessert in the first place.
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