Vegan Ginger Cookies

Vegan Ginger Cookies created by anniesnomsblog

These cookies are the ultimate ginger cookies with a nice spicy bite from the ginger and a rich molasses body. That they happen to be vegan is just a bonus. From Vegan with a Vengence!

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directions

  • Sift dry ingredient (except sugar) into a bowl and set aside.
  • In a large bowl combine wet ingredients, including sugar and whisk or beat on medium until blended.
  • Stir in the pre-sifted dry ingredients and mix until well combined.
  • The dough will be quite sticky and you may need to dampen your hands to work with it. Roll the dough into little balls (about 1 Tablespoon) and flatten out to your liking.
  • The thinner the cookie the crisper it will be - a slightly thicker cookie will yield a crunch on the edges and a slightly chewy interior.
  • Press the coarse sugar onto the tops of the cookies and bake about 10 minutes at 350 on a greased cookie sheet.
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"These cookies are the ultimate ginger cookies with a nice spicy bite from the ginger and a rich molasses body. That they happen to be vegan is just a bonus. From Vegan with a Vengence!"
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  1. Lauren H.
    Great! Next time I’d use brown sugar and more molasses. I refrigerated these and then rolled out successfully to make cut cookies. The thin ones were especially lovely—just had to watch them in the oven. I frosted with powdered sugar mixed with a little soy milk.
    • Review photo by Lauren H.
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  2. Caroline A.
    Would substitute salt for all sugar next time
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  3. Victoria K.
    I want to try your ginger cookies but the recipe calls for soy milk. Can’t have that. Would almond be ok or coconut or would that change the flavor too much?
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  4. Katie P.
    Mine came out more cake like than hoped, and not spicy enough with 3 tablespoons of Ginger (fresh shredded). I think more ginger and perhaps something else to add a more soft, moist quality.. they are dry, soft and cake like. Good, but needs some tweaking(:
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  5. Nani B.
    I am a bit confused in the instructions when it says "press the coarse sugar on top of the cookies". Could anyone please clarify this for me, thanks :D
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