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Caitee's Crazy Cookies

What you need: 

1 egg replacer (
3/4 cup sugar
1/2 cup vegan margarine
2 tablespoons oil
2 teaspoons vanilla extract (I used double strength)
2 cups flour
1 teaspoon baking powder
1/4 teaspoon salt

What you do: 

1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit. Cream together the egg replacer, sugar, margarine, vanilla, and oil.
2. Add the dry ingredients to the sugar mixture and stir until combined.
3. Drop onto a cookie sheet and bake for about 10-15 minutes.

Preparation Time: 
30 minutes
Cooking Time: 
Recipe Category: 


These kind of taste like playdough :/  I did use a little less oil/margarine, and substituted it for apple sauce and used milled flax as an egg replacer, but I usually do that with all my baked goodies, and they turn out great...I would honestly be embarrassed to share these with any of my friends!  It's a pretty basic recipe though, so maybe I just don't like sugar cookies?


oh my goddess! thanks for the amazing food porn and the great reviews!


Delicious! I rolled mine into little balls, because I wasn't sure whether they would spread out during baking, so they turned out pretty small, but that can be easily remedied by making bigger balls.
The dough was very tasty; I actually put aside a little bit of it in a baggie. :P
Overall amazing, I will definitely make these again. :D


pretty good. I made a zemon zest glaze for mine.


This is seriously my favorite cookie recipe of all time. They remind me of the cookies I used to make with my mom when I was a kid.  Thank you so much for sharing this!


I really like these cookies.

I halved the recipe, put 3/8 light brown sugar instead of white sugar, didn't put salt in it.

Squished the cookies down a bit, put icing (1/2c powdered sugar + Soy French Vanilla creamer + lemon juice) and they were pretty good.

Not too sweet, I liked them :)


;)b  These turned out great.  I did not use any alternate ingredients and it took my cookies about 10-12 minutes using the drop method.  They were fluffy and light. 


These were tasty, and I will try them again. I made them flat with cookie cutters for crispy decorated holiday cookies, and without any icing they tasted more like slightly sweet biscuits. Once I added icing or sugar on top, they were like regular sugar cookies (without being so sweet that my teeth hurt!).
I used an electric stand-up mixer, and applesauce for the egg substitute, if anyone is wondering.
In the future, I think that I might also try using other flavors instead of vanilla, and also try thick vs. thin cookies. I think almond or lemon would turn out nicely. These are great little snacks with tea or coffee.



Being a defiant 12-year-old vegan girl, the only one in my family, you have noooo idea how happy I am to have awesome food like this. XD *glomps*  ;)b Not only was this perfectly AWESOME, all my omni and half-omni (vegetarian XD) friends ADORED these. And we're talking about omnis.  ^-^ I'm going to make them for a school presentation, and everyone BEGS me for my cookies now. :P These just PWN.  :)>>>


These were really good and super easy.  I didn't have Ener G egg replacer so I had to use applesauce as an egg replacer and it worked great.  I sprinkled the cookies in colored sugar before I put them in the oven.  They turned out excellent.  Great recipe!



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