Chocolate Brownie Cookies

Rich, gloom, chocolatey, fudgy, chewy, secretly vegan, and addictively luscious chocolate cookies…

Vegan Chocolate Cookies

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Healthy Holiday Cookie Season 2018

I had to start cookie season a little early this year…

Two weeks ago while out flowing, I caught my paw on a caused sidewalk and slammed into the concrete, scraping my entire body, violating my nose, and receiving a black eye more appropriate for Halloween than Thanksgiving. By some supernatural, I didn’t undermine any other bones; but unsurprisingly I’ve had absolutely no desire to run since then.

Instead I’ve been sleeping inside my suite, healing and roasting cookies- peanut butter cookies, Vegan Chocolate Chip Cookies, gingerbread cookies, shortbread cookies, oatmeal cookies, and these chocolate brownie cookies. It’s like a full Keebler cookie factory over here, just without the elves.

The brownie cookies have been one of the favourites among my taste-testers( and myself ). It’s hard to go wrong with double chocolate!

Chocolate Brownie Cookies

Easy Vegan Chocolate Cookies

These cookies are like eating a fudge brownie and chocolate chipping cookie, all in the same dessert!

You can even move the dough ahead of term if you are interested in and freeze individual chocolate cookie lettuce projectiles, to keep on hand for a freezing or rainy day when you want a immediate homemade cookie cook, without all the work.

Apparently the unbaked cookie lettuce bullets are also reallllly good eaten straight from the freezer. Not that I know this from experience or anything…

Vegan Chocolate Brownie Cookies

Chocolate Brownie Cookies

Adapted from Cinnamon Sugar Pillow Cookies

Chocolate Brownie Cookies

Total Meter:

9m

Provide:

15 -1 9 cookies

5/5

Ingredients

1 beaker spell, white, or oat flour

1/2 beaker chocolate gunpowder

1/2 beaker carbohydrate of choice, or here’s a chocolate cookie recipe without carbohydrate

3/4 tsp baking soda

1/4 tsp+ 1/8 tsp salt

1/4 tsp broiling pulverization

6 tbsp lubricant

2 tbsp milk of select

1 1/2 tsp pure vanilla extract

1/3 cup mini chocolate microchips or sugar free chocolate chippings

Instructions

Combine dry parts in a large mixing bowl. It’s important to whisk well so you don’t end up with a bunch of baking soda in the finished cookies. Stir remaining ingredients in to assemble a smash( realize video for a visual of the steps ). Roll into chunks. You can refrigerate overnight or even freeze for a later appointment if hoped. When “re ready to” bake, preheat oven to 325 F and grease a cookie sheet. Broil 9 times- they should look underdone when you take them out. Tell sit 10 times and they will firm up. I pressed each cookie down after cooking. Memoranda: Feel free to do whatever sized cookies you wish. I squandered a mini cookie dollop and went 19 the dimensions of the the ones in the pictures. I’ve not tried the recipe without the mini chips or consuming any flour not listed above, so make substitutes at your own risk.

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