By Bethlehem on December 08, 2010
Photo by Bethlehem
Photo by Bethlehem
"I adapted this recipe for one of my students who is Vegan. Surprisingly, they were a huge hit with everyone! Besides the amazing taste, they’re much healthier than most cookies."
Serving Size: 1 (567 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
"OH MY GOD! THESE ARE AMAZING!!!!!!!!!!!!! I don't know why this recipe doesn't have more reviews!
I'm a huuuge chocolate-cookie/moist-fudgey-brownie addict! You won't believe that these are vegan! They taste sooo DELICIOUS!
Here are the few additions I added to the recipe:
To the *dry mix* I added:
1 tsp baking power
2 packs of vanilla pudding mix (I made sure they were vegan)
1 tsp cinnamon
To the *wet mix* I added:
1 tsp vanilla
I also incorporated a lot of dark chocolate chips! And instead of pressing down the rolled balls into flattened cookie shapes, I left them as balls and baked them that way. When they came out of the oven they were super soft and moist/gooey inside. Once cooled, they hardened. SO DELISH!"
"These are so simple yet so addicting!! They only take about 5 minutes to make and not that long to bake. The apple sauce is an amazing egg replacement and all you taste is chocolate :)"
"I made an account just to review these, they are delicious! I followed the recipe exactly, and I had no problem with it. The only thing is, they are a little too "gooey" for my preference. I like a little crunch to my cookies..so next time I might try baking for 10 minutes instead. Thank you for the wonderful and easy vegan cookie recipe! Definitely satisfies a chocolate craving. (:"
"I am putting my trust in this recipe. I substituted sugar for 18 packets of Truvia (stevia sweetener), and chocolate chips for pistachios. But then, I saw I had no applesauce! So I decided to find a recipe to make my own from raw apples. It was pretty simple! But I forgot about how much I needed to use in THIS recipe and accidentally used ALL the applesauce I made to mix the ingredients (I used to apples, about 1-2 cups. This asked for 1/4!). It's in the fridge now, we'll see how this turns out..."