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Vegan Maple Walnut Wonder Cookies

Vegan Maple Walnut Wonder Cookies Mattie

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Vegan Maple Walnut Wonder Cookies

I used to own a vegan baking company called Enchanted Oven Baking Co. This Vegan Maple Walnut Wonder Cookie was one of the cookies I sold, individually packaged, to health food stores around the San Francisco Bay Area around 2003-2005. Here it is in all its glory. This recipe has been modified from a 200 cookie batch so please excuse the wonky measurements.

Maple syrup, rolled oats, cinnamon, vanilla and just the right amount of raisins and walnuts really bring out the best in these dense, chewy maple oatmeal cookies. Please Note: For best results it's crucial that this recipe is followed exactly.

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Vegan Maple Walnut Wonder Cookie Recipe

¾ cup maple syrup
3 Tablespoons Egg Replacer Powder

1 cup sugar   
1 cup Regular Vegan Butter or margarine, melted
¼ cup brown rice syrup
1 ½ teaspoons cinnamon
1 ¼ teaspoons vanilla extract
¾ teaspoon salt

½ cup chopped walnuts
½ cup raisins   

2 2/3 cups whole wheat flour
2 2/3 cups rolled oats
1 cup soy flour   
1 teaspoon baking powder   

1) Whisk together the egg replacer mixture

Preheat the oven to 325F (163C). In a medium bowl whisk together the maple syrup and the Eggless Binder Powder. 

2) Mix the flavor building ingredients

In a large mixing bowl mix the sugar, Vegan Butter, brown rice syrup, cinnamon, vanilla extract and salt. Mix in the Eggless Binder Powder mixture until well incorporated. Stir in the walnuts and raisins.

3) Whisk together the dry ingredients

In another medium mixing bowl whisk together the whole wheat flour, rolled oats, soy flour and baking powder.

4) Build the cookie dough

Pour half of the dry ingredients into the bowl containing the wet ingredients and mix with a spoon until well incorporated. Add the remaining dry ingredients to the bowl containing the wet ingredients and mix as much as you can with the spoon. At this point the dough will be so thick you'll probably need to mix it with your hands. Do this until the dough is well mixed. Please note that the dough may have a bitter aftertaste due to the soy flour. This will burn off during baking.

5) Bake the vegan cookies to perfection

Form the mixture into 2 inch diameter balls (an ice cream scoop works well) and place on a cookie sheet that's lightly oiled or lined with parchment paper. Flatten the cookies down to ¾ inch height. Bake for 27 minutes, switching the sheets on the oven racks after 15 minutes for even baking. These cookies are done when they just start to turn color. Do not bake until golden brown. 
These cookies are very sensitive to over baking. This recipe makes about 16 Vegan Maple Walnut Wonder Cookies.

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Very tasty cookies! My husband liked them too, despite not being a fan of walnuts or maple syrup. The taste is more taffy/caramel like than maple, I guess thanks to the brown rice syrup.
Reviewed by Maija Haavisto May 05, 2013

Yum!

Very tasty cookies! My husband liked them too, despite not being a fan of walnuts or maple syrup. The taste is more taffy/caramel like than maple, I guess thanks to the brown rice syrup.

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So glad these cookies worked out for you Maija! It's really hard to get strong maple flavor in cookies without adding a gallon of maple syrup, and then the batter would be too watery and spread considerably during baking. My baking company version spiked the maple flavor with maple extract but I wanted to keep things more au naturale here. Thanks for the feedback and glad they passed the husband test!

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made these, so yummy, featured them on my blog too, so tasty.
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Reviewed by Melissa April 03, 2011

yum!

made these, so yummy, featured them on my blog too, so tasty.
http://allsewnupetsy.blogspot.com/2011/04/sunday-treasury.html

Owner's reply

Hi Melissa, I'm flattered that you liked these enough to mention them on your blog (which is awesome, might I add)! Thanks!

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These were AWESOME. I made them with my almost 3 year old daughter this week and our family polished them off in no time. I was a professional baker for years and got interested in vegan baking for the challenge of it. Then, last month I was diagnosed with IBS, and have cut dairy out of my diet. These cookies made me very happy!
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Reviewed by Ingrid Anderson August 06, 2010

YUM!

These were AWESOME. I made them with my almost 3 year old daughter this week and our family polished them off in no time. I was a professional baker for years and got interested in vegan baking for the challenge of it. Then, last month I was diagnosed with IBS, and have cut dairy out of my diet. These cookies made me very happy!

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Hi Ingrid,

So glad these worked out for you! Thanks for sharing!

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