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Egg Free Cookies

Published by Matt

I discovered these by accident



  • NO EGGS!
  • 12oz Self Raising Flour
  • 8oz Soft Margarine
  • 8oz Caster Sugar
  • 2oz Dark Chocolate Drops (or anything else you fancy putting in; smarties, white chocolate drops, raisins etc.)


1 - Mix the ingerdients together in a big bowl, use your hands to knead the dough, it shouldn't be at all crumbly, so add a little more margarine if it is.

2 - Take a small ball of dough, about the size of 1 and a half ping pong balls and squeeze it so it's a circle about 1.5cm thick

3 - Place on a greased tray.

You can make between 16 - 22 cookies, so use 2 trays.

4 - Cook in an oven preheated to 180 degrees for about 15 mins.

5 - Eat them while they're hot! Taste magic with a glass of milk :)


  • Nothanks 4 years ago

    So bad, only tried as run out of eggs. Had to go and buy eggs.

  • Santa 4 years ago

    I love this recipe and have made it for thr "elves" (kids). They enjoyed it so much they said that they taste better than the ones with egg in the cookies! They are quick and easy to make and are fun for kids to help make too.

  • coolio 4 years ago

    so quick, simple and a yummy result! I would recommend these(I used mini eggs)

  • Bob 4 years ago

    I'm gonna try these

  • Yvee 4 years ago

    Seriously the worst melted mess ever. Dont bother posting recipes that waste time and $. This is by far worst recipe ever!

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  • Olivia 4 years ago

    My and my brother put them in the oven and they melted!! after we put them in the fridge they taste like butter and chocolate. Anybody want melted butter and sugar

  • Sam 4 years ago

    Wow I did I used the ingredients but just put them in the microwave for 30 seconds there turned out amazing and quick if your wanting cookies I also only put them in for 20 seconds so there were cookie dough

  • Zoe 4 years ago

    I made these, with crushed mixed nuts and demarera sugar. They're in the oven as I type! I cannot wait to get my laughing gear around them... Also, the children don't know yet, so they'll be happy when they find out there's cookies before bedtime

  • Silva 4 years ago

    Very good I loved them so much and my they were perfect for my granny cuause I added milk to make them a bit less crumbly

  • Birdie 4 years ago

    I never usually comment but these were so bad - don't waste your time!

  • Nicky 4 years ago

    How many degrees is the oven supposed to be

  • Cyan Read 4 years ago

    Mine are currently in the oven, look yummy! Ive tried making mini cookies so they're easier to bite (i haveoccuring problems with my mouth) and up to now they've turned out great! I'll update you on how they taste afterwards, mmmm ! X seven minutes to go!

  • Lol 4 years ago

    I will try them

  • : ) Santa 4 years ago

    These are very nice and i made some at the north pole and all the elves loved them thank you very much : )

  • Puppet Palava (youtube) 4 years ago

    This website was extremely helpful for my homework and the cookies i made were very successful.

  • Sup 4 years ago

    Beautiful cookies so delicious

  • Matt 4 years ago

    These r so delicious thank u so much

  • Butter 4 years ago

    but i think 10 min is enough

  • Pikitanga 4 years ago

    Why dont you need eggs your cooking biscuits what mature adult doesnt use eggs when your

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  • Looks easy enough.