These are not like traditional chewy chocolate chip cookies instead of that; these are totally delicious and addictive almond butter chocolate chip cookies full of fiber and the best part is that these chocolate chip cookies are vegan.I have baked these chocolate chip cookies many times and experimented with different flours and peanut butter as well as almond butter. But this almond butter chocolate chip cookies is one of a perfect version. I love to make smaller batches of cookies as I do have a sweet tooth. I literally can’t stop myself from having just one cookie. This is just not me everyone else in my family loved these cookies. These cookies are flavorful and balanced in taste as well in texture. You won’t even notice that these are vegan; I have used unsweetened applesauce and flax egg instead of egg.
I have tried to use as many as natural ingredients I can for the chocolate chip cookies recipe. If you are looking for a healthier alternative for eggs and butter then nothing can beat unsweetened applesauce. It is perfect for many baked goods; apple sauce acts as a binder and helps in the cutting of the amount of sugar required for the recipe.
These cookies are perfect for any time of the day, I have used Nutri Flour Blend ( Omega 3 & Fibre) for this cookie recipe; which is high in fiber and with the goodness of flax seeds. You can also use white whole wheat flour or whole wheat pastry flour for this recipe. But the most important ingredient that completes this recipe is Creamy Almond Butter it adds the texture, flavor and taste to these almond butter chocolate chip cookies. Also, I have used semi- sweet vegan chocolate chips for this recipe; but feel free to use any chocolate chips or chunks of your choice.
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