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Vegan spelt crunchy double chocolate cookies!

Yesterday, I made these divine wonderful cut-out cookies! They are very simple to make! They are crunchy cookies & I added chopped vegan white chocolate & chopped vegan milk chocolate to it all! So they are like Heaven!

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Don’t you want a few of them with your coffee?

Recipe: For 30 small to medium-sized cookies

Ingredients:

150 gr softened salted vegan butter (1 cup + 1/8 cup)

225 gr wholemeal spelt flour (2 cups)

60 gr coconut sugar (1/3 cup+less than 1/8 cup)

1 tablespoon unsweetened almond milk

40 gr vegan white chocolate pieces (1/4 cup)

40 gr vegan milk chocolate pieces (1/4 cup)

Method:

1. Take your Kenwood & place your bowl & K-paddle in. Add softened butter & coconut sugar. Cream until fully mixed & creamy on medium-speed. Check often! It will be beige-brown in color. Add spelt flour. Mix until fully mixed in. Sometimes, stop the machine & scrape the sides & mix again & again. Add almond milk & mix in.

2. I took my food processor & added the vegan white chocolate pieces & the vegan milk chocolate pieces & pulsed until they were to my liking. I ended up with smaller bits of chocolate & a bit of chocolate powder. This is what I wanted! Add this chocolate mix to your dough. Mix on medium to high-speed until joined.

3. Take your dough out of the bowl & mix with your hands together. Make a ball-shape & place in cling film in the fridge for about 35 minutes. Do the cleaning up or pour yourself a glass of wine,…go on, you deserve it! 😉

4. Preheat your oven to 180° C ( 350 F ) for 10 minutes. Take your dough out of the fridge & out of the cling film & cut your dough into 2 equal sides. One, you are going to work with & the other, place it back into the fridge, in the cling film, for later on. Flour your kitchen counter with some of the whole-wheat spelt flour. Flour a rolling-pin too, to prevent sticking to the dough! Place this dough on your kitchen counter & flatten it out with your hand palms & with your rolling-pin! Roll the dough into 4 directions until you end up with a dough, equal in thickness, about 0.5 cm thick. You can make the cookies thicker, if you like, but I like mine this way! 🙂 When you have the right thickness, place your cookie cutters into the dough & push them really into it. With help of your hands, push the dough, right into the sides & all over the base of your cookie cutter.

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With help of a knife, cut outside the cookie cutter, the remaining dough. I like to push many cookie cutters besides each other & when you have cut them out, carefully remove them with your hands, shake off excess of flour & place them, spaced apart on a Silpat or cookie sheet, directly on an oven rack! Bake in the middle of your oven for about 12 minutes. Your cookies will have darkened, browned & your house will smell amazing! Take them out of the oven & leave them for 15 minutes on the Silpat to cool down a bit & to firm up further! After 15 minutes, carefully remove them from the cookie sheet & place them on a wire rack, spaced apart, to cool down completely! Re-use all of the dough. Do the same with the remaining cookie dough. You will love them too! They are a bit sweet but not too much but just right! They are perfect on their own, lovely with a good vegan café latte or a mug of tea! They also make a Fantastic Food Gift! Enjoy! 🙂 xxx

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Hello! My name is Sophie & I love to cook & bake mostly healthily but with a twist! There is a bit of gardening & travelling in here too! Enjoy! :)

38 thoughts on “Vegan spelt crunchy double chocolate cookies!

  1. Hello Sophie,
    What a variety of delicious cookies! Nice presentation.
    Mamalou

  2. I made a spelt cookie for the morning show where the author was promoting her cookbook of Toronto restaurant chef recipes. I sent about $17 in organic chocolate for it! Your cookies are very festive.

  3. These are so cute and festive! As usual, I love it when you use spelt flour in your baking!!

  4. Hey Sophie!
    I made your delicious even fabulous cut out cookies early this morning & they are very scrumptious, delectable & awesome too! xxx

    I don’t use whole-wheat spelt flour that much but that is going to change! 🙂 xx

  5. Your festive cookies look, very nice & well-flavoured too!

    A great genius tasty idea! x

  6. Oh lovely! I am a big fan of spelt as well, I love to see the way that people bake with it (I am still learning how different it is to wheat flour!). Gorgeous cookies Soph xxx

  7. We made these delectable fantastic cookies & loved every bite! So superb too! xxx

  8. I made them a few days ago & also used my large cookie cutter collection! They were fun to make & not too sweet either,…just right! 🙂 xxx

  9. I have to give spelt flour a try. I have yet to start baking with it. Cookies look delicious. Vegan white chocolate, hmmm!

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