07 August 2010

Green Cuisine Cookie Recipe

Other than obvious perks to having worked in a vegan restaurant...

...you end up learning how to make some 
amazing cookies, and muffins too of course!

Chocolate Chip Peanut Butter Cookies
inspired by Green Cuisine


3 cups spelt flour
1 cup cane sugar
1 tsp sea salt
1/2 cup safflower oil
1/2 cup rice syrup
3/4 cup peanut butter
3/4 cup soymilk
1 Tbsp vanilla

A. Mix wet and dry ingredients separately in different bowls
B. Oil a cookie sheet or line with a baking sheet
C. Scoop 15-20 golf ball size dollop onto the pan and flatten with moistened hands
D. Feel free to use olive oil instead of safflower, or maple syrup instead of rice syrup

Bake at 375F for 10-12 minutes


Meg said... [reply]

Oh wow, these look AWESOME!

Sarena Shasteen - The Non-Dairy Queen said... [reply]

Need that cookie NOW! YUM!

Anonymous said... [reply]

My oh my... would you mind coming over and bake for me?? Totally love the peanut chunks, wohoo!!

Have a great weekend love!
xoxo Mel

Amanda @ . seek . said... [reply]

Now THAT is a cookie. Day-ummm. It's been forever since I've had a chocolate chip cookie that didn't have oatmeal in it, and now you've got me craving the basics :)

Anonymous said... [reply]

This is a recipe I ll definitely make!

Laury@TheFitnessDish said... [reply]

YUMMMMMMM!!!! I want a Began restaurant HERE!!!!!

Or you can just send me some ;-) jk

Thanks for the recipe, I am making these. TOO TASTY LOOKING not to!!!

Laury@TheFitnessDish said... [reply]

LOL----I meant *VEGAN* restaurant. I need to learn how to type these days :/

tanyasdaily said... [reply]

wow ,what a big cookie..looks yummy !

Ameena said... [reply]

The closeups of this cookie are literally driving me nuts! I can't believe how delicious this recipe looks and it is gluten-free. Amazing.

Aimee said... [reply]

I want to reach in and eat that cookie noow :).
Hope all is well with the wheat experimentation.

Lena said... [reply]

Those look delicious! Do you think they would be okay with gluten free flour instead of spelt?

Unknown said... [reply]

omg these look freaking awesome!

Mary @ Bites and Bliss said... [reply]

I iwhs I could rip these from the screen!! Ohhh my gosh, delicious!! :D

Michelle @ Give Me the Almond Butter said... [reply]

when I saw that first picture, my eyes instantly lit up!

Anonymous said... [reply]

Wow what a beautiful cookie!!!

Jolene - EverydayFoodie said... [reply]

Yummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm! Chocolate chip cookies are my absolute FAVE!!

Heather Iacobacci-Miller said... [reply]

You made extras for me right??? PB cookies are my fave!

Anonymous said... [reply]

WOW! Lovely cookies! I just used GF flour for the first time last night and was a bit disappointed...I'm wondering if all flour substitutes will lend a different flavor?

eatmovelove said... [reply]

Love it! ...needs bigger chocolate chips though...:)

Megan D said... [reply]

Aren't you just a fabulous baker! That first photo really got me. I want one warmed up with a biiig glass of almond milk!

Kelsey @ Clean Teen Kelsey said... [reply]

Ohh I want these cookies!! They look fabulous, Kelsey. Wow.

Kady said... [reply]

I need to make these! Wow! Yours actually looks good enough to be store-bought, not all lumpy and mishapen like most homemade cookies!

Samantha said... [reply]

OH MY GOSH THOSE LOOK SOOOOO GOOD!!! Send me some pweaseeee!

Kristy Sayer-Jones @ Southern In Law said... [reply]

I was scrolling down my google reader and saw the first picture and instantly went "yuuuuuuuuuuuuummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm" out loud :P
Those chocolate chips look so good :P

Lee said... [reply]

Good post kelsey

Anonymous said... [reply]

Oh my! These look awesome! Thanks for posting the recipe!

We Are Not Martha said... [reply]

This does look delicious!! I'm always skeptical of vegan cookies, but done right they can be absolutely amazing!


Anonymous said... [reply]

Oh my gooooooooooooooosh. I am saving this recipe asap and making them once I'm done the clean eating challenge I have set for myself. Those look divine!

Averie @ Averie Cooks said... [reply]

oh you know that this is just heaven on a platter! yum!!!

and i am sooo glad that my lil comments and musings and totally honest feedback has been well received :) I have nothing but the best intentions of helping you/anyone not do anyting that long term you may not see in the present term as possibly a slippery slope. as in what i did my whole life til i smartened up about age 25. irreparable damage. ugh.

HUGS honey!

Clean Eating Chelsey said... [reply]

these look absolutely amazing!!!!

Angela (the diet book junkie) said... [reply]

haha...this just proves how little i know about cooking. spelt flour? safflower oil? all new to me :)regardless, the cookie looks amazing! just the sight of chocolate makes me happy :)

Monet said... [reply]

Wow! You know how to tempt me...and how great that this is vegan. I am having a party in a few weeks, and I wanted to make a vegan dessert. This might just be it!

Ellen@FirednFabulous said... [reply]

Chocolate+PB is my favorite combo! These look YUM-MY.

Chelsea said... [reply]

Haha you HAD to post this just minutes after my grandma dropped off a batch of cookies for me! Oh well, there's nothing wrong with making another batch, right? ;)

Kristie said... [reply]

Oh myyyyyy, I don't think such a beautiful cookie has ever popped out of MY oven... I think I might need to keep this recipe for the (NEAR) future!

lequan@luvtoeat said... [reply]

Oooh, now that's literally one good looking cookie! Love the use of cane sugar in the recipe. Although I'm allergic to peanuts, my kids aren't, and this is making me drool. Thanks for sharing the recipe Kelsey.

Anonymous said... [reply]

Seeing these beautiful cookies makes me really want to try working at a bakery. My baking skills aren't the greatest, and would love to improve them.

Court and Whit said... [reply]

You better belive we are going to be making these babies real soon! Goodness, you are making me want to go to that Vegan restaurant. lol. Court and I have never been to a vegan restaurant, but these look fab! :)

Anonymous said... [reply]

WOW....those cookies look amazing!! I'm saving this recipe...thanks for sharing it! :)

Anonymous said... [reply]

That cookie looks sooooo good! I love how there's peanut butter in them. YUM! And I love how they're made with spelt flour <3

Also, even though you only mentioned the word "muffin" once in this post, I now want one.....and one of those cookies!

Elaine @ Om Sweet Om said... [reply]

thank you SO SOSOOOOOOOOO much for sharing this recipe! they look soooo chewy and moist!

Simply Life said... [reply]

oh my gosh, those cookies look amazing!

Joanne said... [reply]

Why hello gorgeous. Those look luscious Kels! (And yes I have just nicknamed you. Hope that's okay.)

Meagan said... [reply]

Kelsey, holy cow these look AMAZING!

Anonymous said... [reply]

Those look so yummy!!

Caronae said... [reply]

You should not be allowed to post pictures of things that look this yummy. :) Kidding, but seriously. PB and chocolate is my favorite dessert flavor combo; I don't know if I have had it in vegan cookie form, but I'm planning a baking spree soon and these might have to go on the list! Yum.

Anonymous said... [reply]

That cookie, (all your recipes) are beautiful. I cannot wait to try some!

Krista said... [reply]

GORGEOUS cookies!!! They make me smile...

Lori said... [reply]

Seriously, you're amazing, these are amazing. Wanna move in?

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