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These plant-based recipes cover classics like Bourbon Biscuits and Chocolate Chip Shortbread to modern bakes like Vegan Brownie Cookies and Peanut Butter Crinkle Cookies.
The recipes are small batch, perfect for 1-2 people, but can be doubled to make a standard batch which is ideal for edible gifts (especially if you bake a few types!).
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Recipes Featured in the Ebook
Marbled Party Rings
A crumbly, buttery biscuit ring dipped in marbled glaze. Simple and delicious with a cup of tea!
Vegan Brownie Cookies
No whisking needed! Just melt, stir, drop and bake for these fudgy brownie cookies made with aquafaba and dark chocolate.
Vegan Custard Creams
The classic biscuit to go with a cup of tea – two crunchy, patterned biscuits sandwiched together with a custard-flavoured buttercream. That nostalgic buttery vanilla flavour is sure to please!
Vegan Bourbon Biscuits
Despite the name, these biscuits don’t contain alcohol! They’re simply two chocolate wafer cookies sandwiched with a simple chocolate buttercream. Not too sweet and perfect for dunking into a hot drink.
Crispy Chocolate Candy Cane Cookies
A buttery vanilla wafer cookie drizzled with bittersweet chocolate for a snappy finish. A sprinkle of crushed candy canes adds a pop of colour and that holiday flavour.
Vegan Amaretti with Chocolate Chips
The simplest cookies ever! No need to whisk any egg whites or aquafaba. Just mix all the ingredients, roll in powdered sugar and bake to get these soft and chewy almond cookies.
Vegan Oatmeal Cookies
One of my mum’s classic recipes, veganised! With chocolate chips and mixed nuts for texture (but really, whichever add-ins you want will work) and a hint of cinnamon.
Vegan Peanut Butter Crinkles
Chewy peanut butter cookies with soft centres and a crackly crust. These are the best kind! And so easy to make.
Orange, Olive oil & Sesame Cookies
Based off of an Italian cookie recipe from my mum’s nonna, these are the type of cookie you can eat by the handful with a cup of coffee for breakfast. Simple flavours, simple method and they keep well for up to a month.
Crunchy Chocolate Chip Shortbread
Have you had Maryland cookies or Chips Ahoy – the crunchy kind of chocolate chip cookie – and wanted to make them at home? Try these chocolate chip shortbread – they’re crumbly, buttery and crunchy. So so good!!!