Baking mood? Try the chocolate chip cookies with peanut.

Baking mood? Try the chocolate chip cookies with peanut.

These vegans Naturally chocolate cookie biscuits with peanut is rich and buttery-tasting peanut butter in every bite. Loads of asparagus chocolate in the same place. This recipe will be useful on holidays as well! Exchange cookies, holiday or party appointments? I got you.

Perfect matching? You can taste almond, soy, pea or any other vegetable milk you love. Pull these over a banana ice cream or a vanilla sausage. And I definitely think these cookies are mating well with anyone hot night at, binge-watching your last TV show. Bonuses, these cookies will make the smell of your entire home amazing. I think so, vanilla bean peanut butter beans bouncing around your kitchen type perfumes. Now what's new with me! ..

Rich flavor of peanut butter.

Chocolate Chips Melty ..

Peanut butter cookies are one of my favorite recipes of all time. And since I realized I did not have a straightforward, basic recipe for chocolate chip cookie biscuits biscuits here on the blog, I knew I had to put this for you guys.

For the egg substitute, I used one flax egg, but you could also try using apple sauce or even pea. I like the fluffy egg flax. The trick for a big flax egg is to soften flax seeds very finely and then use hot water when you do things together.

Basic flax egg = 1 t. Soup flax seeds + 4 tablespoons of water

What's new with me? One thing is that I recently started a new writing class. It's a night class, sometimes a week, so it involves trying to keep my eyes open and the brain to turn on until 10pm at night, sometimes from 10:30 onwards, if we go. I am a whole person in the morning when I'm going to do a job, so night classes are a challenge for me – but I think that's why I love him: the challenge.

I have really enjoyed myself challenging and taking a few classes last year on subjects such as art, photography and writing of all kinds. Blogging for more than ten years is amazing, but I never want to feel stuck or tired and learning new skills helps me avoid this feeling. Lessons not only allow me to learn new skills and use my creativity in new ways, but they also get me outside the house and interacting with others like me. Which, any work from home the person who will tell you is very welcome. I mean, I love my cat colleagues and making phone calls with chips and co-workers from home, but nothing strikes face-to-face interaction.

And there are some really great networking opportunities that can arise from the classes. As you can see, I am a great supporter of the lesson "Do not stop learning". So if you are thinking about doing something for yourself in a different wellness area – sign up for a class. Exercise lessons are great, always awesome, but our minds love doing too much!

Do you have a class for your career or learn or develop a new hobby or skill? I would love to hear it!

So, these cookies .. Total study sandwich material. Bake a lot of them and your homework is much prettier. Study sesh, holiday party, any day of the week, for anything like, always…

In a mood baking? Try these!

For chunks of chocolateI used a semi-sweet from Guittard. It can be a challenge to find REALLY surprising vegan chocolate chips, but these are absolutely my favorite right now.

For peanut butter, you can use creamy or coarse, regardless of your preference. Just make sure it is well stirred so that the texture is not too dry or too greasy.

Kathy Patalsky

Published 10/24/2018

Vases chocolate cookie biscuits with peanut

These buttery, peanut butter butter cookies rust with chocolate chip. Vegetarian.


  • 1 tablespoon thin flax seed
  • 4 tablespoons of hot water
  • 5 tablespoons of vanilla soup
  • 1/2 cup peanut butter
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1/3 cup raw sugar turbine
  • 1/3 cup of brown sugar, organic
  • 3/4 cup flour for all uses
  • 1/8 teaspoon salt
  • 2 tablespoons of baking powder
  • 1 cup of vegan chocolate chip


  1. Combine flax and hot water on a small plate. knock it together and let it sit for at least three minutes to get a little gulp.
  2. In a large mixing bowl, combine the mixture of flax (flax egg), butter butter, peanut oil, sugars and vanilla. Beat until it is almost smooth and fluffy.
  3. Add the flour, salt and baking powder. Beat it again until it becomes fluffy. Fold the chocolate chips.
  4. Transfer the dough to a small bowl (or hold it in the large bowl if it handles the fridge) and bake the dough for at least fifteen minutes before using it.
  5. While the dough is cooled, you can preheat the oven to 350 and add a baking sheet with parchment paper.
  6. Remove the dough from the refrigerator, it should be nice and cool. Wrap on small balls and place it on the parchment. Repeat until all dough is used. Push down the cookies using a fork to get a cross pattern in the center.
  7. Bake at 350 for 9-12 minutes. Remove from the oven and allow it to sit for two minutes until it is transferred to a cooling grill to finish the refrigeration. Serve hot or store the scraps in sealed bags for later.

Production yield: 1 dozen

Preparation time: 00 hours. 25 minutes.

Cooking time: 00 hours. 10 minutes.

Total time: 35 minutes.

Labels: cookies, peanut butter, chunks of chocolate,dessert,vegetarian,easy,cooking,

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