Vegan Chocolate Chip Cookies

Carrying on from my previous post about scrolling Pinterest and coming across a pin called “Most wonderful vegan chocolate chip cookies”, not having or being able to find any applesauce, making my own, I thought today would be a good day to bake the cookies that I had promised to make my OH three days ago. (Although it could be because he’s been badgering me to do it since I mentioned making them. I’m not quite sure.)

It also means by doing them I can tick something off my bucket list for the summer, which is a good thing.

The recipe for the cookies can be found on www.lowrecipe.net. Along with a multitude of other recipes dedicated to other dietary needs such as low carb and paleo. It’s a site that I am now following to see what other things I can try out for me and my family.

Anyway… back to the cookies.

The ingredients that I needed are not quite the ingredients I used. I had no vanilla extract so I just omitted it, I used dark brown sugar instead of light only halving the amount needed, and having failed to find vegan chocolate chips anywhere I settled on Tescos free from chocolate buttons which I would chop up myself.

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When mixing the ingredients together I found that as I got to near the end it was becoming stiffer and stiffer. So I found I had to add a little more coconut milk to it to loosen it up. Overall though it was a pretty simple method of just adding the ingredients together bit by bit.

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Overall I’m quite proud of them. They were very tasty indeed and as you might expect they didn’t last very long, to say the least.

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