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Vegan Millie’s Style Cookies

Vegan Millie’s Style Cookies

Soft in the middle Millie's Style Cookies

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Years ago I posted a Millie’s Style Cookie recipe and it seems to be quite popular even now. I do not make recipes that contain eggs these days but I have missed making (and eating!) Millie’s Style Cookies so this weekend I had a go at making an egg free version. This recipe is also dairy free so these are actually vegan Millie’s Style Cookies!

If you want to make sure these cookies are vegan be sure to check that the chocolate you are using doesn’t contain milk because even dark chocolate can have milk in it. I have used dark chocolate in this recipe because I like how the slight bitterness of the dark chocolate balances out the sweetness of the cookie. However you could substitute the vegan dark chocolate for free from milk or white chocolate. I like to use Moo Free chocolate as a white or milk chocolate alternative and it is readily available in shops in the UK. Personally I like to use a bar of chocolate and chop it into chunks because I prefer having chocolate chunks in my cookies but if you want to make life easier you can buy chocolate chips and use them instead.

I tend to use a block of vegan butter rather than vegan spread because block butter holds up a bit better while baking whereas a spread style butter may make the cookies too runny and they can spread into each other while they are baking. You could use something like Stork Baking Block or Flora Plant Butter block but there are many alternatives.

 

I have been trying a few different flavours of cookies so if people like this recipe I may add some more recipes for different flavours such as double chocolate or red velvet vegan Millie’s Style Cookies.

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Preheat the oven to 180ºc. Make the flax egg by combining 1 tsp ground flax seed with 3 tbsp water and set aside.

Step 2
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Mix together the butter and sugars until just combined and add the vanilla extract. Sift in the flour and salt and mix.

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Add in the flax egg and mix until a dough forms.

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Fold in the chocolate chunks

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For a homemade look roll into walnut size balls. Alternatively, roll into a long thick sausage shape and slice into discs. Place on a baking tray lined with baking paper. Bake for 7-10 minutes. Allow to cool slightly.

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  • 25
  • Serves 9
  • Easy
  • 180ºc

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Ingredients

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125g Vegan butter
100g Light Brown Sugar
125g Caster Sugar
1 Flax Egg 1 tsp ground flax seed mixed with 3 tbsp water
1tsp Vanilla Extract
225g Self Raising Flour
1/2 tsp Salt
200g Vegan Dark Chocolate Chopped into chunks
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