Double chocolate chip cookies | Vegan | Recipe

Somedays you just need some freshly baked cookies!!


Right now it feels like my freezer is filled with frozen vegetables and desserts…. That’s balance right? I do give away some of the desserts i bake, and also i try to only make small batches of the things i make so that i amn’t left with an overload of desserts which i don’t have the space to keep in my freezer and don’t have the cravings to eat everyday hahah. But it is always good to have something sweet in the freezer for when cravings kick in or when i invite friends over/meet friends!

I recently read the comment that, “vegans can’t eat cookies”…. they thought you couldn’t make actual, tasty cookies without eggs…. well i am here to prove them wrong!


These are simple to make and don’t take so long, which are two requirements i have when making food!!

These cookies are more soft, rather than crunchy.

I don’t know about you, but i personally prefer soft or fudgy cookies rather than hard, crunchy ones…. though that’s just me. If you let these stand for 24 hours, or if you keep them in the freezer they will be more crunchy if you prefer that 🙂


Other cookie recipes i have on my blog: Fudgy chocolate cookies, simple chocolate chip cookies , oatmeal raisin cookies , Vegan Oreo cookies 

You can of course make “cookies” from oats and mashed banana… but i would call those more snack cookies, or something like that, hahah!

Recipe: 16 cookies

C.a 110g melted vegan margarine

c.a 150g brown sugar

100g sweetener (or sugar)

1 tsp salt

60ml oat cream (or plant based milk)

190g flour

1 tsp baking powder

Vegan chocolate chips (and/or vegan white chocolate) (Or can opt for nuts and dried fruit!)


How to:

Begin by melting the margarine. In a bowl whisk together the melted butter with brown sugar and sweetener (or regular white sugar) and salt.

And in the oat cream/milk and mix until combined.

In a bowl mix together the flour and baking powder, and then sift into the mix of sugar/margarine. “Fold in” the flour, and be careful to not overmix.

Finally add in the chocolate chips, or nuts/dried fruit, and mix.

Cover with some foil and place in the fridge for 20-30 minutes.

Finally heat the oven to 180 degrees celsius.

Scoop out the dough into small balls on parchment paper – make sure to leave space between the balls as the cookie dough will spread out.

Bake in the middle of the oven for 12- 15 minutes.

Allow to cool before eating!!



Recipe adapted from Tasty

8 Comments Add yours

  1. carol says:

    How do you makes cookies out of mashed banana and oats?


    1. Well then it is literally just bananas and oats (& other fillings or flavourings) haha… that’s why i put cookies in citation marks as i don’t really think they are cookies… more like snack bites 🙂


  2. What good loookin’ cookies! Love the crispy edges.


    1. They are divine!! 🙂


  3. Brittsworld says:

    these look amazing!!!


    1. They were super yummy!!! 🙂

      Liked by 1 person

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