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Chewy Chocolate Chocolate Chip Cookies (The 5 C’s)

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Quick, drop everything you’re doing. Knitting, reading, fighting fires, creating world peace, whatever; Nothing is more important that baking these cookies.

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Forget about the best vegan cookies – These are the best cookies, period. The days of dry, tasteless, cardboard-esque “cookies” are over. I swear, these chocolate gems are moist, chewy, and most of all INTENSELY chocolatey.

I made this recipe for the first time in order to thank a friend at school for being… Well, a friend. (I don’t have enough of those… So I feel I must maintain their loyalty through baked goods!) Stopping me periodically in the hall throughout the day, she told me again and again how amazing they were, and that everyone else she shared with liked them so much, she herself had only eaten two! By the time lunch came, the entire box was already cleaned of the very last crumb. The demand was so great, in fact, that I came home that same night and made a second batch! Seeing as my neglected homework was piling up, I had less time to shape and pat the second batch, but just dropped them on the sheet in haste. They still turned out just as good, if slightly less photo-worthy, (Thus, no picture) but honestly, these cookies won’t stick around long enough for you to really admire their beauty, anyways.

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Of course, this is yet another fantastic recipe from the
Post Punk Kitchen, titled quite simply and accurately, Chewy Chocolate Chocolate Chip Cookies. I made absolutely zero changes or substitutions, because I believe that these are truely the perfect baked goods. Clearly, they will be seen much more often when I’m asked to bake something with chocolate… Which is in fact my most common request.

If only I had known about these before becoming vegan… To think, I’ve been missing out for all these years!

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Author: Hannah (BitterSweet)

Author of My Sweet Vegan, Vegan Desserts, Vegan a la Mode, and Easy as Vegan Pie.

7 thoughts on “Chewy Chocolate Chocolate Chip Cookies (The 5 C’s)

  1. Reading your blog so rewarding – especially today’s post and recipe link (thanks!) – that it’s now in my list of daily must-reads. I’ve just spent the last half hour reading every single post in case I missed any other yummy recipes, a totally worthwhile exercise I must say!

  2. Everything I’ve seen anyone make from the PPK looks amazing. I guess I outta get myself a copy!!

    Oh boy, those cookies look so good. I wonder how a regular with chocolate chip version would be…

  3. Hey hun! I found your blog through craftster and I have to say that I’m SO glad that I did, what a great read! You have done some amazing projects, the knitted cupcakes are WONDERFUL, oh my goodness :)

    I just have to make these cookies, I am so hungry just looking at them, awesome!

    MissMeshell xx

  4. Okay, so I’m going through your archives and I just had to comment on these. I freakin’ LOVE this recipe. I’ve made it so many times. The only complaint I’ve ever gotten is that they’re a bit too sweet, which… eh. Personal preference. But basically they’re amazing.

  5. i came across this post while searching for vegan cookie recipes on google. i have to say, these look amazing! the link in the blog doesn’t appear to work, so i’m wondering if this is the recipe from post punk kitchen: http://www.theppk.com/2008/10/chewy-chocolate-chocolate-chip-cookies/

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