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#1 Old 12-25-2014, 02:15 PM
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Edible vegan cookie dough

This is a recipe from my blog, detoxwithdesserts.com

I thought I would share this because a lot of people think vegan foods consist of grass and pond water. I love taking foods that aren't typically vegan and making a vegan version. I found that this usually motivates people to consider veganism and it really helped me when I was adjusting to a vegan diet.

Edible Vegan Cookie Dough

1/2 cup of coconut oil or earth balance butter

3/4 cup of sweetener (maple syrup or agave)

3/4 cup of almond flour

1/2 cup of coconut flour


1. Cream the sweetener and coconut oil in a blender until its fluffy.

2. In a separate bowl combine the two flours.

3. Then, transfer the sweeter and coconut oil or earth balance butter into the bowl with the flours and mix them together.

Optional steps: Add almond milk until you reach your desired consistency.

You can also add vegan chocolate chips if you like…

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blog: detoxwithdesserts.com
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