Easy Vegan Gluten Free Chocolate Cookies (no sugar added, naturally sweetened)

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Are you on a vegan, gluten free and low carb diet but you are dreaming of some chocolate chip cookies with clean ingredients?

Then this recipe is for you!

This vegan and gluten free chocolate chips cookies recipes doesn’t require any baking agents like baking powder or soda, it is completely natural and easy at the same time. You can add chocolate chips or replace them with sugar free chopped chocolate or leave them out all along, but a little bit of dark chocolate never hurts ;-)

These nutritious chocolate chip cookies are vegan, gluten free, high protein, high fiber, quick to prepare, easy to store for a week or longer, paleo, keto and they may contain a lot of dates which are high in naturally occurring sugar but as you are eating just a few cookies at a time, which are quite filling as well and are not empty calories like regular cookies they may support you during your weight loss journey, so you will not feel deprived of everything sweet. Enjoy your journey!

Let’s go baking!

Easy Vegan GF Chocolate Cookies

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Recipe for 12 cookies

Dry Ingredients

½ cup cocoa powder (unsweetened)
¼ cup coconut flour
¼ cup coconut oil (liquid)
1-2 Tbsp. Stevia (or sugar of choice)
1 cup pitted Medjool Dates (~10pcs)
2 Tbsp. flax seeds meal
1/3 cup dark chocolate chips

Liquid Ingredients

1/3 cup soy milk (or other alternative)
4 Tbsp. hot water

How to do:

·         Preheat you oven to 160°C upper and lower heat
·         Remove the stones from the dates and cut them into stripes
·         Place the date stripes into a large bowl, drizzle with hot water and mash with a spatula till it becomes similar to a paste
·         Add the dry ingredients except for the chocolate chips and mix properly till a dough evolves
·         Let the dough rest for 10 minutes so the flax seeds and coconut flour can absorb all the liquids
·         Add the liquid coconut oil and mix
·         Add the chocolate chips and give it a quick mix
·         Line a baking paper with parchment paper, roll same sized balls with the cookie dough and flatten them with your hand
·         Place the cookies directly on the baking tray with space between them
·         Bake for 15 min, let cool and enjoy
·         The cookies taste the best when completely cooled down


You can use any kind of dates, as long they are soft and juicy, if your dates are dry add some extra hot water and let them soak first

Dip your cookie into some soy milk for that nostalgic kick!

Extra Tip

The amount of stevia or sugar of choice depends on the desired sweetness, which also depends a bit on if your soy milk is sweetened already. 


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