Recipe: Christmas Coconut Cinnamon Cookies
Attention cookie monsters: Here comes a delicious recipe that will not only make everyone happy at Christmas time. Vegan, without refined sugar and with our nucao cinnamon coconut as a secret ingredient, nothing can go wrong. On the cookies, get set, crumble away!
The Carelendar Door No. 9 not only has convincing content for you, but also an easy recipe to bake at home. Because this year we want to draw attention to the fact that there can also be a festival without inferior ingredients, too much sugar and plastic consumption, we projected our #nurules directly into these biscuits. And show: works wonderfully and tastes great all along the line. If you want to learn more about our new traditions, you should definitely read our blog article " Christmas Vol. 2021: Sugar consumption increases in proportion to packaging waste " . But now to the recipe:
Ingredients for vegan coconut cinnamon cookies
Finally cookies that have nothing to do with data protection and that everyone will definitely accept 😜. They come without eggs, without baking soda, without flour and of course without refined sugar. Where we have absolutely not saved: on enjoyment! To prepare the vegan coconut cinnamon cookies you only need the following ingredients:
- 100 g ground (gluten-free) rolled oats
- 50 g ground almonds
- 1 teaspoon Baking powder
- a pinch of salt
- 1 bar of nucao coconut cinnamon
- 45 g coconut blossom sugar
- 60 g coconut oil
- 50 ml coconut milk (or other plant-based drink of your choice)
Of course, you can add to the basic recipe as you wish. For example, how about raisins, cranberries, cinnamon, peanut butter or a few nuts? If you prefer protein cookies, you can simply replace part of the oatmeal with our numove shake .
Coconut cinnamon cookies: the preparation
🍪 First, mix the ground oatmeal and almonds with the baking powder and a pinch of salt. Then chop the nucao bar into large pieces and add these as well.
🍪 In a second bowl, mix the coconut blossom sugar properly with the coconut oil and coconut milk.
🍪 In the next step, gradually add the liquid ingredients to the dry ones and mix everything until you get a homogeneous mass. The keyword is: stirred, not shaken. 😎 The dough has definitely earned a rest now and can relax in the fridge for about 1 hour.
🍪 Once the hour has passed, you can form about 8 balls from the cooled cookie dough and place them on a baking sheet lined with baking paper with sufficient spacing.
🍪 It's getting hot: Preheat the oven to 175 °C top/bottom heat.
🍪 Last but not least: Place the tray with your cookies on the middle shelf and bake them for about 12-13 minutes - depending on how soft and chewy you like them
👉🏻 Tammy and Kristin captured how the whole thing works for you in video form:
Vegan cookies - that's how they taste best
ok, ok What you can do with the finished cookies is pretty self-explanatory: enjoy! But you can also give them away. For example, you can fill them in a glass, label it with loving words and you already have a 1-A Christmas present that everyone will love. We love our cookies above all as a snack or food for the nerves, as dessert after lunch or comfortably on the couch with ice cream. When things really get hot again, we're happy to spread our nucao spread on the cookies - give it a try!
Not enough baking yet? Our vegan recipes:
If you are looking for more recipes and love cookies, you should try baking our cinnamon stars . Our protein energy balls and breakfast pancakes also deserve to be recreated. Making it yourself is not only fun, but also all the more delicious ;)
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