20 Mouthwatering Vegan Cookies You Must Try
This Vegan cookie recipe roundup is from some of the best baking bloggers on the web! I want to gobble them all up right now! This delicious variety of vegan cookies, bars and brownie recipes will have you never missing traditional baking. By switching out just a few ingredients and making some minor changes, we have a list of 20 mouthwatering vegan cookies that are sweet, delicious, chewy, crunchy and satisfying. From no bake chocolately brownies to crunchy spicy ginger cookies, paleo breakfast bars, quinoa chocolate chip, and 3 ingredient old fashioned peanut butter cookies, there’s something for everyone! Some recipes are even allergy friend, paleo and gluten free. You will find that everyone in your family, and not just the vegans, will start asking for these amazing cookie treats every time they want a delicious snack or something sweet and yummy.
Read some of the expert vegan baking tips below the list of recipes for some great ways to make sure that all your baked goods always follow a vegan protocol.
Enjoy these 20 delicious Vegan Cookie Recipes!
Expert vegan baking tips:
Remember that coconut oil has a tolerance for high temps. It’s a great substitute for other fats like shortening and butter, as well as a great pan prep because it sits solid at room temp.
You can melt solid coconut oil in a glass measuring cup in 10 second bursts in the microwave.
Be sure to use a fine crystal sugar for the cookie rather than raw sugar or turbinado for the best texture in the cookies. Coarse sugars tend not to dissolve as easily in the dough and your cookies won’t come out the way you want them to.
A note about vegan chocolate – While cocoa beans are inherently vegan since they come from a plant, they do go through a process into commercial chocolate and other ingredients can be added that are not vegan. Always try to look for high quality chocolate that is produced with only cocoa butter and sugar. If lecithin and vanilla are added both are okay.
There are also milk chocolates made with non-dairy substitutes like almond or rice milk that you can use.
To be a real vegan true to form always read the labels to make sure that each recipe ingredient is 100% vegan. Products and ingredient sources can change so it should say so on the label.
I hope you enjoyed this vegan cookie recipe round up as much as I did!