These cookies are quick, easy and fun to make. I love shaping them with my hands, but you could also use a cookie cutter.
Makes: 12 to 18 cookies depending on how big you make them
Preheat the oven to 375º F.
Combine all the ingredients in a large bowl. Mix them together briefly with a wooden spoon; then shape them into cookies with your hands.
To use cookie cutters, flatten some batter between your hands and place it on a pastry board. Press in a cookie cutter and shake gently. Pull away the excess. Repeat till you use all the batter.
Arrange the cookies on a parchment-lined baking sheet. Bake for 10 minutes. Let them cool before eating.
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These cookies are just okay (for me). The chocolate and mint is fairly predominant but the actual cookie part lacks much flavor. I was pleasantly surprised how well the dough stayed together after cooking. Based on it’s consistency raw I was afraid one bite and we’d have crumbs. But it was definitely similar to a soft shortbread. These did come together very fast and were perfect to make with kids.
Best of luck and I could really use this cause I am hainvg a harder time then I thought with my recent changes finding food. I have not faltered yet but always appreciate more information to help me make my transition. For now though I am not vegan just meatless but that can change
What can you use instead of pastry flour or spelt flour? Don’t get it in my country.
You can use any flour you’d normally use for baking, Nish.
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