Vegan Cookies: 3, Four-Ingredient 30-Minute Recipes You’ll LOVE!

Vegan cookies…what comes to mind right now? In our moments of relaxation, perhaps after a busy day we might feel like having a sweet. Sometimes, we think it’s difficult to maintain a varied diet if we eat sweets. On the other hand, if you’re vegan, it may be even more difficult for you to find these types of snacks.

However, there are alternatives like homemade vegan cookies that are a great option for everyone. These can be extremely tasty, and also, and since they’re homemade, they don’t contain processed ingredients. Want to make some quickly and easily? Then follow on as we give you Vegan Cookies: 3, Four-Ingredient 30-Minute Recipes You’ll LOVE!

1. Vegan Coconut & Banana Cookies

For this delicious recipe we need to preheat the oven to 180º. In a bowl, add two bananas and mash them with a fork. Then add 80g of grated coconut and a pinch of cinnamon and mix well.

With a spoon take out a few portions of the mix and form balls with your hands, shaping the cookies.

Now place them on a baking tray and bake for 25-30 minutes. Once they’re golden brown, you can also melt a piece of dark chocolate in the microwave, then spread it over the cookie and…get ready to enjoy!

2. Vegan Oatmeal, Almond & Cocoa Cookies

To make these you simply need to hydrate two dates for 15 minutes in boiling water. Then grind them and add 100g of oatmeal, 15g of almond pieces and a teaspoon of pure defatted cocoa powder. Then, mix everything until you have a dough.

Then put it in the oven preheated to 180 ° for about 15 minutes. Remove, let it cool on a rack and you’re done!

3. Vegan Lemon & Chia Cookies

For this delicious recipe you just need to mix two teaspoons of lemon juice, two teaspoons of soy yogurt, two teaspoons of chia seeds and 30g of almond or oatmeal in a bowl. Once you’ve made a dough, turn it into balls and let them sit for 15 minutes in the fridge.

Then, put them in the oven for about 10-15 minutes at 180º. When that time is up, it may seem that they are undercooked, but once they are out of the oven they will continue to cook with their internal heat.

Let them sit for 5 minutes and you’ll find they’re already harder to touch. If you want to sweeten up any these recipes a little more, you could also add a little honey or other sweetener such as stevia.

These sweetmeats are perfect to feast on, not only in our finest moments, but also with our loved ones, or to give as gifts at any time of the year. Trust that your friends and family will love you for them!

Which are your favourite vegan sweet treats and snacks? Let us know in the comments below and join in the conversation on FacebookTwitter & Instagram

Maria Sanchez

María Sánchez from Spain, is a Dietitian and Nutritionist. She loves her career, being able to help and teach others, including sharing her knowledge and experience through the writing and publishing of nutrition articles. She believes that nutrition is a very important science in life, and that the correct type of diet can help prevent diseases for which we simply don't have effective cures. Her mission is to educate people on healthy eating to achieve optimum well-being.

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