10 Reviews

Very good, thanks! Next time I'll use a bit more applesauce and a bit less margarine and add walnuts.

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David S. July 20, 2014

Great. I'm not vegan so I used regular butter and milk. I needed a recipe using turbinado sugar since thats all we had in the house.

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jane49423 September 05, 2011

I just made these. I used all vegetable shortening instead of the vegan margarine. I thought the cookies came out a bit flat, but the taste was good. I may need to fiddle with this recipe to get it just to my liking.

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ColSanders May 28, 2010

wow these where awesome. my daughter is allergic to eggs and dairy so finding things for her is a challenge. so far every vegan recipe has had a different texture or just tasted completely different than you would expect. however these where so moist and tasted just like the non vegan recipe i always use. Everyone in the house ate them without realizing they where vegan hehe. I did use the white/brown sugar mix and followed the recipe exactly. plus it made a TON of cookies. thnx so much for sharing this :)

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caffeine_queen_ak November 03, 2009

Oh, my goodness! These were absolutely DELICIOUS! (My older brother, who is non-vegan and hates soymilk, tried them and loved them. But once I told him that they had some in them, he freaked out... =P) Rather than using the turbinado sugar, i used the alternative you gave --white and brown sugars mixed together (which was great because we weren't sure where to find turbinado!) Before I made these, I was worried that the variations that I used for each ingredient might make the cookies taste strange, so here is each of the variations I used: For the brown sugar, I used DARK brown. I used vanilla-flavoured Silk for the soymilk. WHITE flour. I also made a few of them with chopped walnuts, which were even better because they had a nice texture, and they added a little bit more protein. ;-)

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Vegan Freak Chef November 23, 2008

Amazing cookies. I will be making these again and again. I added walnuts and used 1 cup reg sugar and 1 cup brown. Husband couldn't stop eating them. Thank you so much

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FrVanilla November 11, 2008

Great cookie.. tasted just like my mom's non-vegan version.

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erinc08411 October 06, 2008

This recipe has quickly become one of my all-time favorites. I've made them twice and both batches turned out great. The first time I added about 1/2 cup of finely chopped walnuts, and the second time I used 3/4 cup each raisins and vegan chocolate chips, and 1/2 cup walnuts. I did a taste test with meat eaters and they could not tell they were vegan. Very yummy cookies! One note: this recipe makes a lot more than 36 cookies, at least the way I make them. It's possibly double that amount.

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VitaminC June 07, 2008

Best oatmeal cookies I've ever had - vegan or not. I substituted vegan chocolate chips to feed my chocolate craving and they turned out great!

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cseibs April 12, 2008

Fantastic recipe with ingredients that I have all the time! Taste so good no one will ever know they are vegan except for me! Thanks for posting!

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jill22lex March 21, 2008
Vegan Cinnamon Oatmeal Raisin Cookies