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Rachel Buckley 4 months ago
Not only the best VEGAN chocolate chip cookies, but hands down THE best chocolate chip cookies...EVER! Pascha brand vegan chips are best in this recipe. Also make sure you use a good vanilla! No skimping on ingredients if you want THE BEST!!
cc a year ago
Most excellent! Followed recipe exactly, with the addition of 1/2c walnuts. Used 1T scoop and got 18 cookies.
Zoe W. a year ago
Really REALLY good cookies. I followed exactly only I used carob chips. My go to cookie.
Valerie Berk a year ago
Amber S. 2 years ago
Amazing! i used coconut oil for a straight substitution for the butter. causing them not to spread out like the picture and be a little oily, but never the less they were good. I've been looking for a vegan chocolate chip cookie recipe for forever and this was it! I will use it again for sure
Melanie Jean 2 years ago
Wow! Just like regular chocolate chip cookies. The cookie dough was amazing too!
Connie Nyers 2 years ago
Truly the best cookies in the world! they come out perfect every time.
Allie C. 2 years ago
SO good! Gifted these for Christmas this year and they were a hit. Personally, I would use less chocolate chips and a little less sugar.
Nikki F. 2 years ago
Delicious but even though I cooked them longer they came out undercooked in the center.
Sabrina Anklesaria 3 years ago
The cookies were very yummy!! But to truly make them vegan I substituted the all purpose flour for organic spelt flour and the refined sugars for organic coconut sugar.
Riley 3 years ago
These are AMAZING!! Fresh out of the oven, they have the perfect crispy edges and chewy insides. I gave them to a group of non-vegan boys and they literally ate 15 of them in minutes. They didn't understand how vegan cookies could be so delicious. 10/10
Sarah . 3 years ago
I freaking love these cookies! I can bake cakes and pies (they don't always look terrific but they taste great), but cookies have always escaped me. I bake them too long or get an awful recipe. These are just great, nice and chewy. I never know when to press down cookie dough or leave it in balls, but these I did press because I like sort of flatter cookies. The thing I did differently was use half to 3/4 stevia in the raw sugar and the other part sugar in the raw for the 1/4 of a cup of granulated sugar. Came out great.
Katie Welles 4 years ago
The first time I made these, I didn't have baking powder and I tried to use some molasses/baking soda combo to substitute. I also used a combination of whole wheat flour and regular unbleached bread flour. They came out good, but very crunchy. Then I made them again today, with the baking powder, and all unbleached bread flour. They are soft. They are perfect. And best of all, they are Vegan. ;)