Vegan Coconut and Oat Cookies

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Vegan Coconut and Oat Cookies

Absolutely phenomenal these cookies - flavorful, crunchy on the outside, tender and soft on the inside - the only question the husband asked after eating about 5 of them was - "Are you still doing tomorrow?"

I would say that they are among the most successful biscuits I've tried so far, a perfect tandem of healthy ingredients and great taste - and the best part is that they are made in about 15 minutes, plus 10-15 minutes in the preheated oven. .

I am a big fan and user of oatmeal, full of vitamins, fiber, minerals - and I am always looking for the most tasty ways to introduce them in the diet of the family and especially of Sofia. This morning before going to school, he enjoyed 2 biscuits and I am at peace that he ate the baby healthy.

So be sure to try them!

By the way, instead of coconut you can put almond flakes and almond essence, today I will make this version too ...


Whole wheat flour
70 g
or white flour
Coconut flakes
60 g
Oat flakes
75 g
larger whole flakes
Sunflower oil
6 tbsp
or 100g soft butter
1 tbsp
Baking soda
1 tsp
quenched with 2 tablespoons of vinegar or lemon juice
50 g
7 tbsp

Step by step


In a bowl, mix the flour, oatmeal, coconut and sugar.


Mix the oil with the honey.


Add the baking soda with vinegar, mix a little.


Pour this mixture into the flour bowl.


Add water, mix well with your hands - it will be a fairly crumbly, slightly sticky dough.


The only problem with these cookies is that you can't just form them with your hands - because of the crumbly dough.

But it solves if you shape the biscuits in a spoonful of ice cream (but also a simple one deeper). Put a little and press well to be full spoon to the edges.


Then gently push and notice that it slides well and comes out of the spoon.

The author of the recipe says to turn the spoon and shake the biscuits in the tray, it didn't work for me, they just slipped out of the spoon.


Here all the biscuits ready to bake.

I had 18 pieces left - I recommend making a double portion from the start, because they melt very quickly from the plate.


Bake in a preheated oven for 10-15 minutes, or until nicely browned. Make sure they are done quite quickly and especially at the bottom.


Let cool well then enjoy.

Although the raw dough is quite crumbly, the biscuits hold well and are very good.

Good appetite!

Quantity: 500 g (18-20 pieces)
Prep time: 15 min
Difficulty: easy
Ready in: 15 min
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Collections: Cookies, Desserts

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