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Egg Free Cookies

Published by Matt

I discovered these by accident

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Ingredients

  • 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.)

Method

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 :)

Comments

  • Loz 9 years ago

    amazing! tasted great. i will be using this recipe in the future, thanks! :D

  • Louise 9 years ago

    I have just made these, needed to add a little milk to make the mixture come together, also I added milk chocolate chips and walnut pieces for that little extra crunch mmm mmm mmm delicious. Thought I was stuffed when I have no eggs!

  • Lisa 9 years ago

    Thank you. Now my daughter can cook at school tomorrow.

  • Charlene 9 years ago

    ive put some oats and sultanas in hope there good

  • Embo 9 years ago

    Mine are in the oven now! I too added a drop of milk as those badboys refused to bind. The dough tastes lush too.

  • Georgie Holloway 9 years ago

    Best cookies i've ever made! I added Californian raisins and sugar stands to mine...yum!

  • chelsey 9 years ago

    omg looked everywere for an egg free recipe and now ive found it

  • Emm 9 years ago

    Egg free?? EGG FREE? How did you think you could even make cookies with no egg?
    You are obviously dilussional. I think you may need to see a doctor.

  • Sophia 9 years ago

    I cooked these for all my friends for when they'd come round, they all loved it!!! :3 thank you sooooooo much, they tasted great! And this recipe is very god for those people out there who are alergic to eggs! :)

  • David 9 years ago

    I want cookies. Darnnit no eggs. Wait, I'll google it. Done. Found. Cooked. Devoured. Awesome recipe!!

  • Beth 9 years ago

    Awesome recipe, I made a hole in the middle of mine and filled it with jam ... so good! :)

  • ste 9 years ago

    jus made these cookies dont no if its my cooking but when i put them in the oven they jus turned into 1 big flat cookie!rnstill bloody nice tho!

  • JoeJoe 9 years ago

    Just made this about 10 mins ago, and they're gorgeous! Like sombody else mentioned, i used 8oz flour and 2oz cocoa powder, didn't need any extra marg or milk..oh and put lil tubes of smarties in too..yom yom :-)

  • Jay 9 years ago

    We used a bit of milk too instead of extra marg, and lots of raisins, they were lovely.

  • Tracy 9 years ago

    Amazing

  • Lucy 9 years ago

    Amazing recipie! I made a few changes though as i dont have any weighing scales, and there seemed to be too much flour:
    1 cup plain flour, 1tsp baking powder, 1 cup marg, 1 cup sugar (half cup castor sugar, half cup brown sugar)
    absolutely delicious and chewy :3

  • charley and charlotte 9 years ago

    cookies are in the oven (yn)

  • CourtneyBabiiee 9 years ago

    Amazing Recipe I Had Run Out Of Eggs So Instead Of Goin To The Shop I Used This Recipe And The Cookies Turned Out Great And Tasted Even Better Thanks! Uk x.x.x.x.x.x

  • steph. 9 years ago

    Brill! Half term,bored kids."Can we do some cooking?" Oh no eggs! Looked on net and found this recipe,easy for the kids to follow,thanks!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • ashleigh 9 years ago

    mine turned out like giant tasty bowling balls!! they were lush though considering i used bertolli butter and a bar of organic dark chocolate, but they were delicous!! thanks a lot x

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