Vegan chocolate brownie cookies are exactly what you need when you don’t feel like making brownies in a pan and having to cut them. Yes, cutting brownies isn’t that hard of a task, but it’s a mess we can avoid by making single serve cookies, am I right? These vegan brownie cookies are so fudgy, soft, and take only 11 minutes to cook. And of course, no need to cut these into pieces.
I came up with the vegan chocolate brownie cookies when I was having a craving for a cookie and also a brownie. I wasn’t in the mood to pour batter in a pan, and wanted something that didn’t involve any cutting and that I can scoop nicely with a cookie scooper (my favourite that scoops *so* nicely!). Then came the brownie cookie!
If you are in the mood of making these cookies and some actual brownies, you can make my vegan, gluten-free, chickpea pumpkin brownies which are also so incredibly fudgy and delicious!
Ingredients for Your Brownie Cookies
You will need some plain all-purpose flour, cocoa powder, flax meal, white sugar, almond milk, coconut oil, maple syrup, baking soda, vanilla, baking powder, and of course some chocolate chips! All you’ll need is one bowl to make these cookies, and one smaller bowl to make your flax egg.
When I bake cookies or any dessert, I love using these silicone baking mats. It’s a great way to reduce waste and they are inexpensive! Buying a set of these sheets is more economical over time because you can save on buying parchment paper.
These vegan chocolate brownie cookies are:
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