Simple vegan chocolate chip cookies!

Chocolate chip cookies are one of lifse simple pleasures according to me! One of the easiest desserts/baking to make and usually turn out amazing!

In the past i was always a sucker for raw cookie dough and that was my favourite part of making cookies, however now a days i much prefer the finished product!! Also i much prefer cookies that are soft and buttery (margarine!) instead of hard cookies like the store bought, pre packaged ones!

A while ago i made some chocolate-peanut butter cookies (recipe here!) which were amazing and approved by my non-vegan friends!! This time i wanted to just make simple chocolate chip cookies – you can’t go wrong with just some basic choc-chip cookies! (I also made some brownies however i sort of adapted a recipe i found online and the ones i made turned out good and i like them…. but don’t know whether i should share my own adapted recipe or not hahah. I can’t guarantee others would like them!)

These cookies are quick to make and super delicious! Note, i don’t know how they wiould turn out with substitutions i.e using gluten free flour or using coconut oil instead of margarine.


Ingredients: Makes c.a 10 medium/small cookies

180g flour

110 – 150g sugar/sweetener

c.a 150g margarine (rooms temperature)

c.a 1tsp baking power

c.a 1 tsp vanilla sugar

C.a 3-4tbs oat milk (this depends on the consistency of the dough)

Chocolate chips (or nuts!)

Pinch of salt

How to:

Preheat oven to c.a 220degrees

Begin with mixing together the dry ingredients: Flour, sugar, baking powder, vanilla sugar, mix until well combined. Then cut the margine into small cubes and add to the dry mix and pinch together until it becomes a grainy mix and begins to stick together. Add the chocolate chips to the mix and mix until well combined. If the mix is still too grainy and doesn’t stick together add the oat milk 1tbs at a time until the mix turns into a dough that sticks together.

Form into balls and flaten slightly on a baking paper.

Bake in the middle of the oven c.a 10-12 minutes. Note, they will still be very soft when they come out but let them cool 10minutes before eating so that they won’t fall apart when you eat them!




5 Comments Add yours

  1. caroljoanne1969 says:

    This is definitely one recipe I have to make this weekend!
    I`ll be making mine with GF flour so I`ll let you know how they turn out 🙂


  2. Merilin says:

    Hey! I really like your Instagram and your feed, really yummy stuff! I got excited when I came to ur blog since i really wanted to check some recipes. But I got a bit confused. Are margarine / white sugar / white flour healthy foods? I saw them already in a few of your recipes and I don’t want to be rude but I can’t really see these three products as a healthy foods.


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