Freezer cookies

Freezer Cookies

I haven’t made these cookies in the longest time. I got the recipe from Celine at www.havecakewilltravel.com. She is an awesome Vegan cook, and I love her site because I learn all these different ways to bake. These cookies I call Freezer Cookies because I will make a batch and put them in the freezer. When I want a cookie, I can just defrost it in the microwave, or not because they taste awesome right out of the freezer. These cookies also have no butter/oil or eggs! The cookies shown are slightly different, because I didn’t have enough brown sugar, and I didn’t have chocolate chips, so I added a few tablespoons of m&m’s. I will post the original recipe because I think its even better than the version I made last night.

The best thing about these cookies, is they are super sweet and rich, so you will only need one, so you can’t wreck your healthy eating plan on these!

Ingredients:

1/2 cup whole wheat pastry flour
1/2 cup quick cooking oats
1/4 tsp. baking soda
1 TB. chocolate chips
2 1/2 TB. peanut butter (chunky or smooth)
1/2 cup light brown sugar
2 1/2 TB. skim or soy milk (I used soy)
1 tsp. vanilla extract

Mix all the ingredients together. This recipe only makes 8 cookies, so feel free to double or triple this recipe!

Bake at 375 degrees for 8 minutes, then let them cool on the cookie sheet for 5 minutes. Because of the brown sugar, the inside is really sweet and moist.

Each cookie is 135 calories, 4.8 fat and 1.75 fiber

So if you want to enjoy a great cookie, without straying from you healthy eating plan, make these! They will become your favorite cookies in no time flat!

16 Comments

  1. Risa says:

    This recipe sounds easy and delicious. I am always looking for healthier dessert ideas.

  2. Danielle says:

    If I feel better tonight (migraine) I will probably make these for myself! they look so good!

  3. THANKS!! I’ll make these for sure 🙂

  4. Sharon says:

    MMMMMmmm, cookies!

  5. Sophia says:

    wow! lovely cookies! I like how round and fat they are. Did you use M & M’s in there too?

  6. K says:

    YUM!!! Those sound fantastic! Best thing about vegan cookies, you can eat the dough as well 😉

  7. Christina says:

    Oh, how simple! I’ve never been good at playing around with baking so I’m always fascinated when I see a recipe like this – I wonder how it’s scientifically possible to even work! hehe

  8. Great, great recipe to share. It’s nice to have a treat that you can have anytime like this…in individual portions of course!

  9. Jeff says:

    It is like the perfect amount of cookies for someone who lives alone and has zero self control. I make cookies they all get ate.

    I still have not tried vegan cooking but slowly leaning towards giving it a shot….

  10. Sounds great. I usually don’t bake because I often find the recipes too “complicated.” But I think I can handle these cookies… :o) Thanks for sharing!

  11. these look healthy! i’ll have to try these soon!

  12. Reading your blog is so inspirational. I am definitely going to start incorporating soy milk into my life, and especially into cookies!

  13. I am definitely making these…maybe even today! Do you think regular WW flour would be ok or is pastry flour important?

  14. Jennifer says:

    Lara, you could definitely use whole wheat flour, the only difference is the whole wheat pastry flour is a bit finer.

  15. Sara says:

    These look great. I am going to make these soon. I am always looking for something sweet after dinner and I need to have some healthier options around.

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