Vegan cocoa cookies

vegan cocoa cookies

These cookies have 2 very nice bonuses: in addition to the fact that vegan cocoa cookies do not contain animal products, the recipe is also very lazy. For its making you do not need any mixers, molds, rolling pins and so on. It would be great if we could do without an oven, but not yet, unfortunately.

The active part of the cooking takes no more than 10-15 minutes, and the whole process will take no more than an hour.

The cookies are soft, delicate, but confidently chocolate, with a delicate aroma of banana and coconut. About 13-15 cookies come out of the products below.

easy vegan cocoa cookies

How to make vegan cocoa cookies


100 g sugar
1/2 banana
25 g coconut oil
40 g vegetable oil (I use sunflower oil)
80 g vegetable milk (I use almond one)
180 g flour
40 g cocoa
1 tsp baking powder
a pinch of salt
icing sugar for decoration

1. Melt coconut oil.

2. Mash banana with a fork.

3. Add sugar, both types of oil and vegetable milk to the banana.

4. Sift all dry ingredients into the mixture, mix.

5. Roll balls the size of a large walnut, put on a baking sheet and let them chill for half an hour. Meanwhile preheat the oven to 350 degrees F.

6. Bake cookies for 15 minutes. Let them cool and then garnish with powdered sugar, if desired.

Can I replace the sugar with an alternative sweetener?

Yes, cookies will taste great with cane or coconut sugar, for example this Organic Coconut Sugar.

Can I replace the wheat flour with another one?

Yes, wheat flour can be replaced with whole grain flour or a gluten-free mix, for example this Bob’s Red Mill, 1 to 1 Baking Flour.

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And enjoy my another recipes, for example vegan version of Simple meringue cake.

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