THE BEST CHEWY CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIES EVER

Best Chewy Chocolate Chip Cookies EverMake a batch of the best chewy chocolate chip cookies ever and take a break to enjoy a yummy gooey treat.  And they happen to be vegan!  They have gotten two thumbs up from vegans and meat / dairy / egg eaters alike. All the ingredients can be easily found in your pantry and in the grocery store.  The steps for making these are straight forward: beat, add some more ingredients, beat some more, stir in chocolate chips, bake, and eat!  Make them mini or gigantic, chewy or crunchy, (I’m a chewy cookie kind of girl)– either way they go best with a glass of soy or almond milk.  Enjoy!

Recipe for Vegan Chocolate Chip CookiesPS: I also like to make a batch, bake half, and freeze the remaining dough so fresh cookies can be made at any time in the near future.

PPS: They are also amazing with some soy ice cream sandwiched in between– YUM.

Non-dairy Milk and Vegan Cookies

Easy Vegan Chocolate Chip Cookies Recipe

The Best Chewy Chocolate Chip Cookies Ever

Ingredients

– 1/4 cup soy milk
– 1 teaspoon vanilla or vanilla paste
– 12 oz dairy-free chocolate chips (Trader Joe’s has semi-sweet chocolate chips that don’t contain milk)

In a medium bowl place the creamy ingredients:
- 1 cup of softened soy margarine (I used CANOLEO Soft Margarine– no hydrogenated oils, no trans fatty acids)
– 1/2 cup brown sugar
– 1/2 cup sugar

In another medium bowl place the dry ingredients:
- 2 1/4 cups all purpose flour
– 1/2 tsp salt
– 1 tsp baking soda (NOT baking powder)

Directions

With a hand mixer, blend together the soy margarine and sugars.  Once blended, add the soy milk and vanilla.  Mix well; the mixture should be a creamy consistency.

Add the dry ingredients to the creamy ingredients, mix with a hand mixer or a wooden spoon.  Fold in the chocolate chips.

Drop spoonfuls of dough onto a greased or parchment paper lined baking sheet.  (I like to use a tablespoon to scoop up the dough and make them consistent in size.)  Bake at 350F for about 8-10 minutes or until edges are brown.  If you like chewy cookies, take them out of the oven right as the edges turn light brown.

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I originally found this recipe on Compassion Over Killing‘s website a few years ago.  It looks like the link isn’t available anymore but head on over to their newly revamped site for more info on choosing compassion when it comes to your food.

107 Comments

    • :) Totally agree! Thanks for stopping by Abby!

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    • i just tried making these and they came out looking like scones.. i used soda not powder and followed the recipe.. disappointed. :(

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      • Hi Jane, I am sorry to hear that the recipe did not turn out for you. It sounds like the batter didn’t come out right which caused it to be harder / look like scones–maybe there was an issue with the proportions or did you use a different type of flour other than all purpose? (I just realized the recipe does not specify so I just updated it.) I hope if you find what the issue is you will give it another try in the future!

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  1. Just made these thus afternoon – gorgeous!

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    • Glad you enjoyed them!

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  2. Finally cookies that actually flattened!
    And oh so delicious!!!
    Thank you! :)

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    • You are welcome, I am glad you enjoyed these! :)

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  3. these really are the best ever!

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    • Yes they are! :)

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  4. Thank you so much for posting this recipe. These cookies are the best cookies I’ve ever made or tasted for that matter. My family loves when I make them and I love that they do not contain any crap in the ingredients. I would definitely make these every day if vegan butter wasn’t so expensive, lol. Is there any substitution for the margarine?

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    • Hi Theresa! I am so glad you family loves them! :) I actually just came across a post on good ol’ Pinterest about substitutions- they say for 1 cup of butter use 1 cup of mashed avocado or 1 cup of mashed bananas. (Here is the pin: http://www.pinterest.com/pin/134052526382324894/) I haven’t tried it yet, but if I do I will let you know how it goes and please keep me posted if you do!

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  5. These were awesome! Totally couldn’t even tell that they were vegan and all of my friends loved them!

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    • Yay I am so glad your friends liked them! Same here- nobody can tell they are vegan :)

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  6. These cookies did exactly what the author said she didn’t like; they were cakey and disappointing :(
    Also baking for 8-10 minutes was more like almost 20 :-s

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    • Sorry it doesn’t sound like they turned out. Mine have been cakey before, not sure if the measurements were a little off or maybe baking powder was used instead of baking soda (I have definitely done that before and the results were not good!). As far as baking, I have used 3 different types of ovens to bake them. In an electric oven, anything over 8 minutes they would start to burn, in a gas oven 9-10 minutes worked best for me, in a table top convection oven, I would have them in for 7-8 minutes. All ovens are different, but almost 20 minutes seems quite long, I wonder if there was an issue somewhere with the batter that also caused this problem.

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  7. Oh my goodness! For the past 4 or 5 times I made these cookies they have been coming out thick and cakey. They tasted good but they were like chocolate chip biscuits, lol. I was going mad trying to figure out what I did wrong because the first two times they were PERFECT. I took a break from baking them for awhile because I was getting so stressed when they wouldn’t turn out right (stupid, I know) lol. Well I made them yesterday and again they turned out yummy but thick. I decided to read the comments and lo and behold you mentioned in your response to Marie’s comment that using baking powder instead of baking soda will make the cookies cakey and that’s exactly what I’ve been doing. Well, I’m happy that I finally know what I’ve been doing wrong. Now its time to buy some more Earth Balance and try again. :)

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    • Hi Theresa! I am so happy that my comment could help- please let me know how they turn out! I just made them and it was a hit with vegans and non-vegans and was definitely not a cakey / biscuit texture so hopefully we have come up with a solution :) I am sorry it has stressed you out, I can totally understand where you are coming from because I feel that way too and have made recipes over and over again to no avail lol. Best of luck and hope they turn out! :)

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  8. Does anyone know how many cookies this makes approximately? Thanks in advance!

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    • Hi Nadia! Sorry I do not have that listed the yield. I believe the last time I made them I was able to make around 30 cookies and I used a tablespoon to scoop out the dough (a heaping tablespoon to be exact!). Next time I make I will list the yield and also email them to you!

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  9. I never leave comments, but I just had too on this one! These are absolutely the best chocolate chip cookies I’ve ever had!!! Ever! I’m a new vegan and am still nervous that I will never truly enjoy the foods I love again. Well, this recipe showed me I can! THANK YOU! I followed the recipe exactly except I flattened the second pan slightly with a spoon before baking and had to cook them about 11 mins. So chewy, so yummy, yummy, yummy! I’m telling everyone I know about them :)

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    • I am so glad you enjoyed them Julie! I was totally feeling the same way when I first became vegan but have come across so many delicious and yummy recipes– so I think we don’t have to worry ;)

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  10. For vanilla, will a teaspoon of vanilla extract work? or does it have to be straight up vanilla/vanilla powder?

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    • Yes, vanilla extract will work!

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  11. Made these cookies today and they came out thick.. Flattened the second batch with the back of a spoon before baking and voila! Flat cookies :)

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  12. Will the recipe still turn out if i use coconut oil instead of soy margarine?

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    • Hi Alexandra, I have never tried it with coconut oil! I would recommend making a smaller portion of the recipe (half or a quarter) to see if they turn out OK. I will try to use coconut oil sometime soon and will let you know how it goes.

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  13. What are some substitute for the flour. My 4 yr old has a egg, peanut/tree nut
    , and wheat allergy. So I have white rice flour, xanthan gum, soy flour, and tapioca flour.

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    • Hi Tanisha, I have not used those flours before with this recipe but I am going to do some research and try some and get back to you!

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    • This is the first time making cookies from scratch EVER let alone Vegan! lol. So I actually made it with rice flour and I won’t recommend it. AFTER making the dough and realizing that the cookies weren’t flattening I looked at the rice flour and they are suppose to give a light and delicate spongeness to it which I think is why it didn’t flatten. They are delicious but a bit light and not chewy. So maybe get a gluten free all purpose flour?

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  14. Is it possible to use almond milk instead of soy milk?

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    • Yes, you can! I usually interchange between almond and soy milk. It may affect the taste slightly but I have no noticed it. Happy baking :)

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  15. Can you use almond milk instead of soy milk?

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    • Yes, you can! I usually interchange between almond and soy milk depending on what I have on hand. It may affect the taste slightly but I have not noticed it. Happy baking :)

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  16. I just made these yesterday! I did as you said and froze half of the batch as my boyfriend was complaining that he always eats too much when I bake! And I’m glad I froze half of it because he loves them ALOT and so do I! I recently started avoiding lactose all together and also consuming a lot of vegan recipes, and this is seriously beating my traditional cookie recipe!

    I wish I could make them more crispy though, I love it when it’s chewy in the center and they definitely are, but is there a way I can make them a bit crispier on the edges? Maybe adding vegetable shortening? Or baking a bit longer?

    Thank you for the amazing recipe! Definitely a keeper!

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    • Hi Giulianna! I am happy to hear you and your boyfriend are enjoying this cookie recipe! My boyfriend likes them too! :) I have baked them for longer until the edges are very golden brown and the cookies have come out crisp for me that way. Try leaving a batch in the oven for a little longer and / or flattening out the ball of dough before you bake it a bit- I think this should make it crispier for you! Let me know how it goes!

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  17. This is my go-to cookie recipe! I’ve been making them for over a year now, and they always come out perfectly! Thanks!

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    • I am so glad you like this recipe and that it has become a staple! :)

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  18. Baking these bad boys right now. I subbed the soy margarine for coconut oil. And I did add half a tsp of baking powder because I like them a bit fluffy. They’re delish. My only problem was when I mixed my ingredients together the dough wasn’t coming together. I found I needed to add more milk then just the 1/4 to get it into a cookie dough form. I was tempted to just leave it as small balls of cookie dough and dip them into melted chocolate but I’ve been craving cookies. NEXT time I’ll melt the coconut oil now a bit then add it in. Thanks for the wonderful VEGAN chocolate chips. lots of happy tummys.

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    • Hi Vicky! I am glad you enjoyed the recipe! I agree that if you melt the coconut oil the dough should have enough liquid in it to come together. I’ll have to try them with coconut oil as well! :)

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  19. The absolute best vegan cookie recipe I’ve used on my 9 year journey to discovering ways to cook/live more ethically. Thank you so much for sharing. My family ❤️s you! But I get all the credit

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  20. These are so good! I’ve baked a fair share of vegan cookies and these ones are hands down the best. I even froze half the dough, kept it for a week in the freezer, then defrosted it for a day before baking. I used oat milk instead of soy milk, still perfect. I also didn’t have any brown sugar so I actually mixed molasses with regular sugar for about 5 minutes until the sugar looked brown. Once again, still perfect! Such a versatile recipe. :-)

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    • Hi Melody! I am so glad you enjoy this recipe and good thinking on the substitutions! Good to know in case I run out of brown sugar :)

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  21. Hi, i’m gluten-free and i’m trying to find a good chocolate chip cookie recipe, has anyone that you know of tried substituting the flour for a gluten free all purpose flour? if so please let me know :) thanks in advance!

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    • I tried it with gluten free flour. They turned out okay, although they were pretty cakey. They tasted better the second day.

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      • Hi Kasi! Thanks for letting me know how the recipe turned out with gluten free flour! I am hoping to try to create a recipe that is gluten free very soon.

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  22. I am so absolutely thrilled with how these cookies turned out! I can never get chocolate chip cookies to turn out just right (yet I keep trying for some reason…) but I just took a shot with these and holy cow I am so happy! I immediately took a pic and sent it out to my mom and sisters so they could praise my awesome new found cookie skills :) Thank you so much for this recipe!

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    • I am glad you kept trying and that you enjoyed this recipe! I am sure your mom and sister wish they could have taken a bite ;) You are so welcome and happy baking!

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  23. These look amazing. Can I sub sugar for the brown sugar?

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    • Hi Katrina! I have not tried this recipe using only brown sugar. I think it may change the texture a bit– let me know if you try it out!

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  24. Ty….they taste great. Best recipe so far!

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    • So glad you enjoyed them, Robert! :)

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  25. This is almost the identical recipe I use from the book Bakin’ Without Eggs and these are by far some of the best cookies I have ever made. Since I’m allergic to eggs and I’m always looking for recipes that are baked and tasty, I couldn’t help but check this recipe out. Very very good cookies. Gone in 1 day.

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    • I am so glad you enjoyed the cookies, Gillian! :)

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  26. OH MY! These were the best chocolate chip cookies I have ever had! This recipe is amazing and they honestly taste even sweeter knowing that they are Vegan!! This was my first vegan baking recipe I’ve ever tried and I couldn’t be happier! Yay :)

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    • I’m so excited to hear this was the recipe you used to try your hand at vegan baking! I am so happy you enjoyed the cookies! Happy baking, Betsy!

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  27. i followed the recipe exact, except for using 1/2c vegetable oil+1/2c melted (and cooled) coconut oil in substitution for margerine. flawless , thanx!

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    • Hi Michele, I’m so glad you liked the recipe and thank you for sharing your substitution! I am sure it will be very helpful to others! :)

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  28. can i use coconut palm sugar?

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  29. also, can i just use 1 cup of sugar instead of 1/2 and 1/2? if not, is the 1/2 sugar, white sugar?

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    • Hi Tiffany, I have not used coconut palm sugar before so I am not sure how it will turn out. The mixture of white / brown sugar does make a difference in the recipe so I would stick to that and NOT substitute for all white sugar. I hope that helps!

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  30. Wow, these are amazing! I also used coconut oil and added dried cranberries…so delicious! Thanks!

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    • Hi Liz, I’m so glad you liked the recipe and I love that you used coconut oil and added dried cranberried–I will have to try that! :)

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  31. I’m about to make this cookies right now and i have all the ingredients except for one….baking soda! Is there anyway that i can replace it with baking powder instead or something else? thank you so much :)

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    • Hi Vanessa, Another reader just posted a comment saying to triple the amount of baking soda called with baking powder. She used 3 tsp of baking powder and the cookies turned out perfectly for her! I hope that helps!

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  32. These were awesome! I did not have baking soda and was too lazy to go to the store so I decided to use my substitution trick. All you need to do is triple the amount of baking soda called for in the recipe with baking powder; so here i used 3 tsp baking powder rather than the 1 tsp baking soda and they turned out perfectly! Thanks for the tasty, easy recipe. Exactly what my partner and I were looking for for a New Years Day treat while still in our pjs!

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    • Hi Bree! I’m so glad you and your partner liked them and had a nice New Year’s day! I didn’t know about the substitution trick, thanks so much for sharing! :)

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  33. Made these cookies for our family tonight and they we’re super yummy! The were crunchy on the outside and chewy on the inside. There was a nice salty flavor. The only difference was that the cookie wasn’t as flat as the picture. Following link is a picture of the cookie. Non-vegan approved! “tastes just as good as any chocolate chip cookie with dairy.” They were definitely the best chewy chocolate chip cookies ever!!!!
    https://40.media.tumblr.com/47742e44f1bf3f4c06d044d072f1858c/tumblr_inline_o12p2q94W51ra9ktj_540.png

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    • Hi Christine! I’m happy to hear you enjoyed the recipe with your family and that it was non-vegan approved as well! I am not sure why yours turned out fluffier instead of flat but thank you for sharing the pics and I am glad you liked them! :)

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  34. Delicious – with or without chocolate chips!

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  35. Can I use coconut oil instead of canoleo soft margarine??

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    • Hi Yliana! I have never tried it with coconut oil but another reader has and she says they turned out great! The only small issue she had was the dough was dry so she added another 1/4 cup of milk to the batter to make it the right consistency. I am not sure if you will have the same issue but wanted to mention it just in case! I hope this helps and happy baking! :)

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  36. Is it alright if I substitute the soy margarine for earth balance original butter?

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    • Hi Joan, Yes, you can sub the margarine. I don’t know if the Earth Balance Original Butter is the same but I have used Earth Balance baking sticks before. (For me, Earth Balance is a little salty so I usually omit or use half the salt but it’s up to you!)

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  37. OMG! These were the best cookies ever. Better than my favorite cookies from…can’t say. Thanks I will make them again. Delish!

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    • Hi Renita, I’m so glad you enjoyed the cookies and thank you for letting me know! Happy baking :)

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  38. Just made these cookies, and they are delicious! Definitely the best vegan choco chip cookies I have made. Thank you!!

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    • I’m so glad you enjoyed them and you are very welcome! :)

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  39. Hi- could you substitute the soy margarine for oil? Thanks :)

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    • Hi Eleanor! I have not substituted margarine for oil before–although one time I accidentally melted the margarine too much and it made the dough super liquid-y! I think for this recipe with this method of creaming the butter and sugar together I would recommend using the margarine.

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    • Hey Eleanor!

      I just made these with oil because I did not have margarine on hand (mostly because I do not like using it). The batter looked and tasted a bit strange so I decided to add some oats and cinnamon and make them into chocolate chip oatmeal cookies. They came out really great: chewy and flavorful albeit not chocolate chip cookies! Not sure how it would have come out without the oats and cinnamon but I am assuming it wouldn’t have been bad.

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  40. Hi, I don’t really like the taste of soy, can you taste it much? If so, are there any alternatives to soy milk that won’t mess up the recipe?

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    • Hi Abbye, I personally don’t taste any soy in it but if you’d like you can use almond milk which I’ve tried before! I hope that helps!

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  41. why can you not use baking powder?? what will be the side effect?

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  42. Does anyone know if you have to flatten the cookie or will it spread on its own? Thanks!

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    • Hi Kendra! After I shape the cookie dough into small balls, I do flatten it about halfway so it is more like a thick round coin shape. They will spread a bit on their own as well. You can also test out a few cookies first before baking the whole batch if you’d like! I hope you enjoy the cookies!

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  43. Hi! I hope that all is well. I would like to ask you, if anyone know, about whether or not almond or rice milk will work the same as soy milk and whether or not we can use olive oil / coconut oil instead of vegan margarine?

    Thank you so much for your answers!
    Yours,
    Spring.

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    • Hi Spring!

      Thank you for stopping by and for your questions!

      I have used almond milk (and do so often) in baking so I would recommend using almond milk in this recipe. I haven’t baked with rice milk lately but have in the past and for me, I did not taste a difference (different brands may differ in flavor though).

      I would not recommend using olive oil because the olive taste may affect the flavor of the cookie.

      I have not used coconut oil but another baker has told me: “Coconut oil is a good substitute if you can find it. It’s solid at room temperature. You can get refined coconut oil without flavour, I use it instead of vegan butter all the time.”

      I hope that helps and happy baking! :)

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  44. Just made these cookies and they turned out great! I substituted the soy margarine for a cup of mashed bananas like you suggested and they still turned out fantastic. They did come out a big tall so I’d just suggest really flattening them because they don’t change much in terms of size but overall still tastes delicious. Definitely making them again in the future :)

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    • How many bananas did you use? and were they really ripe?

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      • i used about 2 bananas and they were very ripe :)

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  45. Oh man, I’m so bummed! My cookies look gorgeous but they taste like baking soda! I triple checked to make sure I had put in the correct amount and everything. Oh well :(

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    • Hi Emily! I’m sorry your cookies didn’t turn out! That’s odd it would taste like baking soda as the recipe calls for 1 teaspoon only. I hope you will give it another try again in the future–my suggestion would be to double check all dry ingredient amounts as it sounds like the ratio may have been off. Good luck!

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  46. Can I use canola oil instead of butter/margarine? If I can how much oil would I need? I have a grandson who can not have any dairy products. Thank you.

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  47. This is my go to chocolate chip cookie recipe! None compares!! I’ve used them as the base for cookie ice cream sandwiches and it’s so yummy. Now I omit the last 1/4 cup of flour because they can come out too floury/ dry sometimes.

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    • I’m so glad you enjoy the recipe Kate and I will definitely have to make ice cream sandwiches out of the cookies! Thank you for the inspiration! :)

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  48. Hi Olivia, thanks for a great recipe! the taste turned out great, though I am a bit dissapointed the cookies didn’t spread at all in the oven, they remained exactly the same shape and size (therefore I flattened the dough balls with my hands on the second batch, which turned out better). Why do you think that is? how do you make them get flattened in the oven? I did exactly as the recipe say except for using coconut oil instead of margarine . maybe it’s because my house is relatively cold?

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    • Hello! I’m glad you tried out the recipe! I have only used vegan butter in the recipe and have not tried any substitutes so I feel that the coconut oil may have been the main factor in the cookies not flattening. Normally I put a scoop of dough on the parchment paper and slightly pat down with a few fingers so it looks like a thick disk shape and it flattens out while in the oven. If you are able to try the recipe again with vegan butter (I have used Earth Balance and Canoleo) I would highly recommend that! Also, I’m not sure what form the coconut oil was in but when I use the vegan margarine I heat it up in the microwave so that it is not liquid but a very soft texture. I hope this helps!

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  49. this is the best cookie recipe ever!!! soft, chewy and super tasty. better than anything you can buy in store.

    popular with non-vegans too!

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    • I’m so glad you are enjoying this recipe! My non-vegan friends like them too :)

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  50. Hi, I want to make these but I can’t have white sugar. Would it make a big difference if I used all brown?

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  51. Hey! I am going to try this out for my family party for my 21st. I live in the U.K. and wondered could I sub soy margarine for Vitalite? vitalite is a sunflower oil based vegan margarine. Thanks :-)

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    • Hi Emily! Hello from the states :) I think as long as it is margarine (and not liquid like an oil) it should still work! I have never used sunflower oil based margarine so I am not sure how it may affect the taste, but I think it will still be good! You can also do a test batch and cut the recipe in half to try it out first if you feel more comfortable with that. Please let me know how they turn out! Happy Baking, Olivia

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  52. I was really excited to make these and I gotta say I’m pretty upset. I wish I read the comments first because mine turned out so cakey and I’m really disappointed. I keep looking at the recipe but I did everything right, I didn’t use baking powder, I did all the right measurements, I’m just baffled. Great for everyone who got a good cookie but mine are inedible.

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    • Hi Marisa, I’m sorry to hear the recipe didn’t work out for you. I’ve made this recipe many times and they have always turned out. The only suggestion I can think of is to check the expiration date of the baking powder–it may help to use a new can if the one you have is older (this has happened to me before).

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  53. thank you for recipe! :D i’ll try.

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