Freitag, 4. Juli 2008

Chocolate Chip Oat Cookies

They're Vcon's Gluten-Free Chocolate Chip Cookies. Delicious, delicious! I just had one for breakfast ;)



Go make some!!!

Lately I've been addicted to Schoko Haferlinge and wanted to make my own version. So far I still like them better than the Vcon ones though. They were more neutral and on the crumbly-crispy side (but I guess all American Cookies are supposed to come out chewy so I didn't expect them to taste like my new favorites).
I added some cornstarch to the batter and doubled the baking time to get crispier cookies. I was also out of vanilla extract and used 1/4 cup less sugar.
Next time I'll try relpacing some of the oil with a little applesauce and make the cookies smaller and flatter so they'll hopefully be Lizzy-crispy enough when they're done!

Kommentare:

ChocolateCoveredVegan hat gesagt…

I can't think of a better breakfast than cookies!

Romina hat gesagt…

YAY! Crispy cookies! I love them!

Lizzy hat gesagt…

Katie - I know, right? And this particular one was like Oatmeal in cookie form =p

Romina - I still have to figure out how to get them even crispier ;)

VeggieGirl hat gesagt…

A crispy, chocolate-y cookie? For breakfast? Oh man, Lizzy, that's divine!

Sanja hat gesagt…

Where do you buy those Schoko Haferlinge? I like crispy cookies too. :-)

Nikki Douglas hat gesagt…

Cookies for breakfast - now you are talking! These look great - I will have to try them.

Jennifer (of Veg*n Cooking) hat gesagt…

Yummy, cookies for breakfast. Every once in awhile I like a soft, thick cookie, but I prefer crispy cookies, can't really find good, fresh baked crisp cookies here very often. So we just eat Newman O's, they're crispy and chocolatey.

glidingcalm hat gesagt…

i had to catch up on some of your entries!! everything looks amazing though! that cake looked incredible...with the whole banana slices inside, and those cupcakes were so cute!! I liked the idea of leftover mousse on the banana pieces with the cashews on top too!!

Alice (in Veganland) hat gesagt…

Well, they look crispy...
About tahini: I had a Mitbewohner from Cyprus, and they use a lot of tahini there. I learned everything from him! What I use is like 1/2 cup of soy yogurt, and a big full teaspoon of tahini. Then I add lemon juice if I'm not lazy, and pepper and salt. It's reeeeeally good.

ChocolateCoveredVegan hat gesagt…

I will definitely be at your Happy Friday potluck. Just tell me when and where, and my appetite and I will show up promptly!

vegannurse hat gesagt…

I was eyeing the recipe the other day when I was re-reading my Vcon book.. great to hear that it's a good recipe! I will make some as soon as possible!

Good luck trying to make your Lizzy-crispy cookie.. I know you will come up with one soon enough! :-D

CeciLiA hat gesagt…

yummy cookies ... I have to admit, I like soft, chewy cookies better :0) But I still like cruncy, crispy cookies sometimes - like biscotti :0)

Hrmm... I know to make crispy cookies, manufacturers sometimes add shortening to the cookie batter *evil* but I don't think the cookie that you like have that in them :0) Maybe it's the inclusion of oat flour and oats that makes them crispier?!

Have fun at perfecting your cookies to your liking :0)

Lizzy hat gesagt…

Veggiegirl - Ha ha yeah, there are days where I like to be extra fancy =p

Sanja - Yay, another crispy cookie lover!
I buy them at Bio Company. Basic carries the oat cookies, too. Just not the chocolate chipped one.

Nikki - Hope you'll enjoy them just as much as I did =)

Jeniffer - And you have no idea how much I'd be willing to trade any crispy vegan cookies available here for one pack of Newman O's. I miss my Oreos dearly =(
Think of me next time you eat one, maybe I'll have the taste in my mouth all of a sudden, ha ha (stoners imagination =p)!

Gliding Calm - Thank you so much =) You should try the cake, it's fantastic!

Alice - Muchisimas gracias! I'll definitely have to try it tonight =D
Don't you just love it when you know someone to whom this is a totally basic ingredient while for us it's something unknown? Ugh, I just wish I had an asian friend who'd go to the asian supermarket with me. Da sind so viele sachen von denen man überhaupt nicht sagen kann was das sein könnte =p

Katie - Ha ha, gotta love you ;)
You can come over any time you want! Chocolate lover's are more than welcome in my home! Especially if they bring some chocolate as a host gift *hint hint* ha ha! jk

Vegannurse - Reduce the sugar though (unless you like it very sweet) =)
Thanks, I really hope so!

Cecilia - True! I checked the ingredients and they use non-hydrogenated shortening. So I went out to buy shortening just to see at home that it's "partly hydrogenated" ugh... I'll try it nevertheless!