Vegan Coconut Einkorn Cookies


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These thick chewy yet crispy coconut einkorn oat cookies, adapted from taste, are vegan, dairy-free and refined sugar-free. They are super easy to put together and make a delicious afternoon treat with a glass of chilled milk.

  • 150 g Coconut oil
  • 35 g Agave nectar (or maple syrup)
  • 120 g Einkorn, ground into flour
  • 3/4 tsp Baking soda
  • 100 g Rolled oats
  • 50 g Coconut sugar
  • 50 g Desiccated coconut
  • 30 g Sunflower seeds
  • 30 g Roasted peanuts
  • 40 g Chia seeds
  • 50 g Dried cranberries, chopped
  1. Preheat oven to 180C/350F or 160C/320F fan-force. Line 2 large baking trays with baking paper. Place coconut oil and agave nectar in a small saucepan over medium-low heat. Cook, stirring, for 2 to 3 minutes or until fully combined. Remove from heat. Allow to cool.
  2. Whisk together the ground einkorn, baking soda, oats, coconut sugar, desiccated coconut, sunflower seeds, roasted peanuts, chia seeds and cranberries. Add in cooled coconut oil mixture and stir until well combined. The mixture will still be crumbly.
  3. Place firmly packed level 1/4 cup measures of mixture on prepared trays and press down slightly, allowing room for spreading. Bake for 18 minutes or until golden. Remove from oven and cool on a wire rack.

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67 comments:

mjskit 1/9/15 05:03

These look way to healthy to eat. :) I love a crispy cookie over a soft cookie, so these are right up my alley. A very unique and unexpected list of ingredients. Sounds amazingly good Angie!

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Jasna Varcakovic 1/9/15 05:38

Wheat-free, sugar-free, GUILT-free...Perfect :-)

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Ann Low 1/9/15 05:52

Love all your healthy recipes Angie :) Thank you for sharing.

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Nazneen Hamilton 1/9/15 07:21

These have so many of my favourite things, they have to be delicious! They look perfect.

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Nammi 1/9/15 07:25

would love to try one!!!

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Rosa's Yummy Yums 1/9/15 08:07

Wonderful cookies! Very flavourful, I'm sure.

Cheers,

Rosa

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faithy 1/9/15 11:29

These look healthy and temptingly delicious!

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Jasline @ Foodie Baker 1/9/15 12:46

These cookies look so wholesome, nutritious and delicious!

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Sam Hoffer / My Carolina Kitchen 1/9/15 13:09

Beautiful and delicious at the same time Angie. Coconut, oats and cranberries plus some nuts are a favorite combination.
Sam

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Kelly LifemadeSweeter 1/9/15 13:52

I love how hearty and wholesome these cookies are! They look fantastic, Angie!

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Honey Bee Sweets 1/9/15 13:52

You got me at coconut...These cookies look way awesome! With the coconut oil, shredded coconut and rolled oats...all my fave ingredients. Gonna bookmark this and try it when I can. thanks!

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Medeja 1/9/15 14:29

These must be very delicious and addictive!

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Tricia Buice 1/9/15 14:41

These look so hearty and delicious Angie. I would love to give these a try. Can you recommend a healthy substitute for the Einkorn? Beautiful clicks too!

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Alida 1/9/15 15:14

Mmm.. tasty! I love crunchy stuff and coconut has an amazing flavour.

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Tessa 1/9/15 15:38

These look great Angie! I've never used einkorn before. A definite must try!

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Angie Schneider 1/9/15 15:55

@Tricia Buice Wholegrain spelt flour will work too, Tricia.

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Ashley@CookieMonsterCooking 1/9/15 16:07

I've never used einkorn in my kitchen before! I need to give it a try! These cookies sound wonderful! Love that you used sunflower seeds!

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Mijú 1/9/15 16:26

Yo pongo el pan jjjjjjjj
Un saludito

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Hema 1/9/15 16:41

The cookies look beautiful and so healthy and delicious..

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Harriet Emily 1/9/15 16:43

These are sooooo stunning Angie! What beautiful cookies, the coconut flavour sounds delicious! I definitely need to make these :) I love how healthy they are!

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Pam 1/9/15 18:15

My kids would love these cookies... and so would I!

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Federica 1/9/15 18:20

Delicious *_*

Federica
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The Cutielicious

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Shashi @ RunninSrilankan 1/9/15 20:14

These look and sound wonderful Angie! Love how thick they are!

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fimère .b 1/9/15 22:21

croustillants et délicieux j'aime bien
bonne soirée

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Cheap Ethnic Eatz 1/9/15 22:28

I really could go for 3 of those cookies right now for an afternoon break. I am a big fan of oat cookies plus love all the seeds, nuts and fruits here.

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Pam 1/9/15 23:06

Way to go, Angie! Pass the plate please! They look and sound delicious!

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Liz Berg 2/9/15 00:37

So many yummy ingredients in these cookies, but it was the coconut that sealed the deal! YUM!

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The Yum List 2/9/15 01:18

Oh wow Angie.. please start a delivery service! I'd take a whole container of these!

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Abbe@This is How I Cook 2/9/15 05:14

These look like the perfect after school treat. But they also look like the perfect treat even if I'm not in school. But I'm out of milk! You can bet I'm going to buy milk to drink with these babies!

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Anu-My Ginger Garlic Kitchen 2/9/15 10:54

Oh my goodness! These vegan coconut cookies look divine, Angie. So many yummy ingredients and flavors. I can finish the whole batch right away! :)

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Barbara 2/9/15 12:23

These look great, Angie! I make something similar called breakfast cookies. My kids love them. Not quite as sweet as these, so will try your recipe when next I make them. Bet they'll like them better. I freeze mine...think that would work with these too.

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What's Baking?? 2/9/15 13:11

Your cookies so full of fibre and look so scrumptious. Wish I can taste them.

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Joanne 2/9/15 13:43

Love how wholesome these are!

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grace 2/9/15 14:36

that's what i call a cookie! those thin little bites just can't compare to the heartiness of these--excellent creation!

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Mother Rimmy 2/9/15 15:54

What a healthy cookie! I'm not big on chocolate chip type cookies, but I adore any cookie with oats, seeds and nuts. The coconut makes them even better.

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Cheri Savory Spoon 2/9/15 16:16

Hi Angie, I have never baked with Einkorn flour before, sounds very interesting. Love the way these cookies sound, they look delicious and healthy.

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Sarah Aldrich 2/9/15 17:41

These cookies look great! I bet they'd be perfect for breakfast :)

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Koko 2/9/15 18:55

These look too good Angie! I want one right now!!

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Tania | My Kitchen Stories 2/9/15 22:33

These are my absolute favourite type of cookies with seeds and oats and I will be wishing I had one this afternoon!

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Viviane Bauquet Farre - Food & Style 2/9/15 23:13

Gorgeous, so healthy looking, and as always, your creative use of seeds is fantastic! Thanks for sharing, Angie :)

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Gloria Baker 2/9/15 23:50

Loe these cookies ANgie, look amazing!!!

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CQUEK 3/9/15 09:16

Looks like I need this for a snack

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kankana 3/9/15 13:05

Sounds like a treat! Have no clue what's Einkorn and you got me curious :)

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Agness Walewinder 3/9/15 14:00

Sweetie, they look absolutely delicious and so healthy! When I turned vegan, many people were asking me what I am going to eat :). As it turned out, vegan food can be not only super yummy, but aslo creative and diverse. I'll follow your recipe soon!

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Sue 3/9/15 17:42

These look so hearty and tasty! I bet the coconut is delicious!

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Juliana 3/9/15 18:32

I love the idea of chewy and crispy at the same time...they sound so good...and healthy!
Have a great weekend Angie :)

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Elisabeth Foodandthrift 3/9/15 20:17

Hi, Angie, thank you so much for missing me...as I have also missed you and your beautiful posts. When I think 'healthy'...I think of your blog with all the wonderful grains, nuts, and natural ingredients as this amazing crunchy and yummy cookies. Love the coconut sugar, and the flaked coconuts, and certainly the roasted peanuts. A must make for a healthy snack! I have 6 more of your post to catch up with and share them! xo

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Alida 3/9/15 22:20

These cookies are perfect as an healthy snack at any time of the day. They must be really cruncy and moreish. Ciao!

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Amy (Savory Moments) 3/9/15 22:58

Another fabulous cookie, Angie! I like cookies that are chewy yet crisp. Plus coconut is always a win with me.

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Vicki Bensinger 3/9/15 23:54

Taste is one of my favorite magazines that comes to my iPad from Zinio. They have wonderful recipes but have to say I missed this one. I will definitely try it. You always make such great things. I wish I had more time to make them all. I've never used Einkorn but will have to check it out at Whole Foods.

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Geraldine Saucier 4/9/15 02:44

Wonderful cookies. They look soooo delicious:)

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Pam 4/9/15 13:47

I love anything with coconut - they look tasty to me!

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Emma | Fork and Good 4/9/15 17:05

Beautiful!! I've yet to cook with Einkorn but you haven't let me down yet so might give these a try!

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 5/9/15 00:59

They look like they'd be the perfect breakfast on-the-go, Angie! Hearty and so wholesome.

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Sharon D 5/9/15 05:29

These cookies are beautiful, Angie - I would describe it as one that's full of character!

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Choclette Blogger 5/9/15 09:21

I do love a good oatie bake and these sound delicious. I've heard agave syrup isn't such a good alternative to sugar after all, but haven't done my research, so I could well be wrong.

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Catherine 5/9/15 21:17

Dear Angie, what a wonderful and wholesome cookie. These sound delish. xoxo, Catherine

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Emma @ Bake Then Eat 7/9/15 04:30

Congratulations on making a cookie healthy! These look amazing :D

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The Caked Crusader 7/9/15 17:05

I love coconut - these look great

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GiGi Eats Celebrities 7/9/15 19:29

I could certainly see myself getting it on with a few too many of those cookies! ;)

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Cooking With Munira 9/9/15 23:31

I love this type of cookies !

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Jean | DelightfulRepast.com 12/9/15 15:36

Angie, these are perfection! If only it weren't too hot to bake right now. Oh well ... soon!

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Marcela 13/9/15 00:27

What a wonderful, healthy recipe! I love these treats I totally adore this type of cookies! thanks for sharing!

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Julia Roberts 14/9/15 08:26

Wow, love this cookies. It is one of my favorite.

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Shibi Thomas 15/9/15 04:09

Looks appeasing to the eyes and loved the flavors you had packed in it!!

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eatgood4life.blogspot.com 24/9/15 17:52

These cookies look like something my family and kids would love to eat. I can't believe these have no eggs and look so good. Hearty and healthy!

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