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How to make it

  • Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
  • Beat the brown sugar, softened margarine, soy milk and vanilla in large bowl.
  • Then add cream cheese and beat it in with mixer again.
  • Combine flour, salt and baking soda in a seperate bowl.
  • Add to creamed mixture in two batches and beat in at low speed until all incorporated.
  • Stir in Chocolate chips and nuts with spoon.
  • Drop by rounded tablespoonfuls on ungreased baking sheet
  • Bake at for 13-15 minutes.
  • Let cookies cool for 10 mins on baking sheet before moving to a wire rack to cool completely.
  • EnJoy!

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  • cgendy 4 months ago
    The trick to keeping these soft on the inside for a few days is to store them in an air tight container. If you leave them out, they will turn hard the same way that bread will. Earth balance margarine works very well too; I use that just the same. Also, any vegan cream cheese will work as an egg substitute; I love Trader Joe's vegan cream cheese too!
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  • proudusafwife 7 years ago
    Just wanted to let Janinehrose know that not all semisweet chocolate chips have dairy products in them, so yes, many brands are vegan.
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  • janinehrose 8 years ago
    This is not a vegan recipe. There is a milk product in semi sweet chocolate chips. check your incredients!
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    " It was good "
    julaisa ate it and said...
    I actually just baked a batched with the followin differences: Coconut streads in place of walnuts, and Earth Balance, in place of Smart Balance. Instead of manually mixing them, I used a Kitchen Aid mixer, and I divided the batch into 25 even 1 1/2 tablespoon scoops.

    I just tasted cookie, it is soft and chewy! It has an oatmeal-ish taste to it though, which I absolutely dont mind :D Thank you for the recipe.
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  • cgendy 8 years ago
    Thanks for trying!

    Tip: If the first batch comes out cakey, add two minutes to the bake time and that should adjust. :) Hope it works out next time.
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    " It was not good "
    infusion ate it and said...
    These turned out really cakey, which is probably due to the baking powder. Unfortunately, I'm not a fan of this type of chocolate chip cookie.
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  • sabinchen 8 years ago
    just made a couple batches, and my family loved them!

    you say they're supposed to be chewy, though, and mine all came out crunchy, even when I took them out a few minutes early. what do you do that makes them chewy?
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  • veganvixen 9 years ago
    It's true, these are really good... for the first few hours out of the oven. But I let them sit overnight, and by the time I went back to them, they were hard, and very difficult to bite into. I'll try again, but this time I'll add more liquid.
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    " It was excellent "
    trigger ate it and said...
    Like you said these are the best Vegan Chocolate Chip Cookies ever. I have made several Vegan recipes so I know what I am talking about.
    You have my 5 fork rating
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