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Vegan Snickerdoodles

Vegan Snickerdoodles created by May S.

I love these cookies! This recipe was adapted from a recipe on chooseveg.com, but my version has some changes. These cookies are a bit of a staple in our house, and are often requested by my non-veg husband and in-laws. They come together really fast, and are full of Snickerdoodle Cinnamon Sugar deliciousness. The end result is a soft cookie with a slightly crisp edge. Try them, you won't regret it!

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  • Oven @ 375°F.
  • Mix all dry ingredients in a bowl.
  • Make a well in center of dry, and add the wet ingredients there.
  • Mix equal parts cinnamon and white sugar in a small bowl.
  • Use hands to pull out cookie balls and roll them in cinnamon sugar mix.
  • Place on cookie sheet & flatten a little with fork or fingers.
  • Bake for 8-10 minutes.
  • Allow to cool for a couple minutes on cookie sheet before moving.
  • I get 12 cookies out of this recipe, but they disappear so fast you might want to double!
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"I love these cookies! This recipe was adapted from a recipe on chooseveg.com, but my version has some changes. These cookies are a bit of a staple in our house, and are often requested by my non-veg husband and in-laws. They come together really fast, and are full of Snickerdoodle Cinnamon Sugar deliciousness. The end result is a soft cookie with a slightly crisp edge. Try them, you won't regret it!"
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  1. May S.
    Vegan Snickerdoodles Created by May S.
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  2. May S.
    I was looking for a snickerdoodle recipe that didn't include butter and such, and found this one. I'm not a vegan and I didn't have the products for the vegan recipe, so I substituted the soy milk to normal milk and the egg-powder to a real egg. Also I used self-rising flour instead of the normal flour and baking soda.<br/>The result was very satisfactory, and the 21 cookies I made were quickly gone - it's been half a day and there is only one left!
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  3. May S.
    I was looking for a snickerdoodle recipe that didn't include butter and such, and found this one. I'm not a vegan and I didn't have the products for the vegan recipe, so I substituted the soy milk to normal milk and the egg-powder to a real egg. Also I used self-rising flour instead of the normal flour and baking soda.<br/>The result was very satisfactory, and the 21 cookies I made were quickly gone - it's been half a day and there is only one left!
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  4. subaruthie
    I doubled the recipe and got 34 cookies using a 3/4 ounce scoop. I had to use more liquid to get the ingredients to combine. If I make these again, I will reduce the salt and use less cinnamon.
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  5. robintora
    I love these cookies! This recipe was adapted from a recipe on chooseveg.com, but my version has some changes. These cookies are a bit of a staple in our house, and are often requested by my non-veg husband and in-laws. They come together really fast, and are full of Snickerdoodle Cinnamon Sugar deliciousness. The end result is a soft cookie with a slightly crisp edge. Try them, you won't regret it!
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