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Nicole’s Chocolate Chip Birthday Cookies

Posted on Jan 2, 2011 by in Recipes | 1 comment

Nicole baked me cookies for my birthday. I found out she posted it on her new blog. So here’s the epic recipe.


Egg replacer, equivalent of one egg.
190g Sweet Williams Chocolate (non dairy), either in block form or choc bits (prefered)
125g Nuttelex
1 cup plain flour
1 cup self raising flour
1 cup brown sugar


Pre-heat your oven to 180 degrees celcius. Line two baking trays with baking paper.

Add the flour and sugar together in a large mixing bowl.

If you can’t find Sweet Williams choc bits, buy a block and cut it into 190g worth of small pieces, about 1cm squared each. Add chocolate to the flour and sugar and mix together.

Melt the Nuttelex and mix together with the egg replacer. Add the egg replacer and Nuttelex combination to the flour mix and stir until ingredients have formed into dough. It is better if the dough is a little moist.

I tend to use my hands at the end to mould it together as I find this works better than the spoon. Roll the dough into small balls and flatten these on the baking tray.

Bake for 12-15 minutes, depending on your oven. Bake until they are a light golden brown and don’t leave them in too long if you want them chewy.

To make them more interesting you can also mix nuts (macadamias are great) or fruit into the dough mixture. I tried kneading raspberries into one batch of dough and the end result was quite interesting!

Thank you, dear! I loved the cookies, and stopped offering them to guests after I realised how great they were. It really goes to show how one can easily substitute ingredients to make great vegan food!

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