Buckwheat Fig Cookies with Chocolate#Vegan#Gluten-free#Grain-free#Dairy-free#Sugar-free


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These cookies feature pseudo-cereal super-seed buckwheat, dried figs and vegan chocolate chips. They are gluten-free, grain-free, refined-sugar free, dairy-free and vegan. The buckwheat flour adds a hint of nuttiness, and it makes these cookies crisp on the outside, soft and chewy on the inside. You can use oat flour instead of buckwheat, and dates instead of figs.

  • 15 Whole dried figs
  • 130 ml Coconut milk 17% fat (I used Aroy-D)
  • 120 g Buckwheat flour
  • 1 tbsp Potato starch
  • 3/4 tsp Baking powder
  • 1/3 tsp Cardamom powder
  • 60 g Vegan chocolate chips
  1. Soak the dried figs in coconut milk for 30 minutes, then blend them into a thick paste.
  2. Whisk together the buckwheat flour, potato starch, baking powder and cardamom powder in a mixing bowl. Stir in fig paste until combined. Now fold in chocolate chips.
  3. Preheat the oven to 190C/375F. Divide the dough into 21 portions and shape each into a ball. Place them on the parchment lined baking trays. Gently flatten each dough ball into a cookie. Bake in the middle of hot oven for about 15 minutes until nicely golden brown.

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68 comments:

faithy 9/3/17 05:02

Tempting..making me think of cookies all day!

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Mindy Boyd 9/3/17 05:05

These look perfect, and yummy!

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Chitz 9/3/17 07:35

They look very inviting and its a very great choice to include buckwheat flour in diet :)

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Rosa 9/3/17 08:06

Lovely! They must taste heavenly.

Cheers,

Rosa

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thecompletecookbook 9/3/17 08:32

What fabulous little cookies Angie.
Have a wonderful day.
:-) Mandy xo

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Vicki Bensinger 9/3/17 13:18

These are adorable little healthy cookies. Who wouldn't want to gobble these up!

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Shashi at RunninSrilankan 9/3/17 13:35

Oh My! Angie - now you have me wishing I was having cookies for breakfast - and these are healthy enough to be had for breakfast!

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Cheri Savory Spoon 9/3/17 13:57

These are my kind of cookies Angie, love that they are refined sugar free. Love chocolate!!!

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Alida 9/3/17 14:07

What a wonderful recipe Angie. I am really tempted by these. I really like buckwheat. They look great and super yummy!

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Jean | DelightfulRepast.com 9/3/17 16:01

Angie, those look delicious! Think I'll do half with chips for other people and half without for me.

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Anne@ASaladForAllSeasons 9/3/17 16:04

Oh what a sweet little cookie! I love fig cookies and the addition of chocolate chips is perfect! :)

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Liz Berg 9/3/17 16:16

Oh, boy, these look fabulous! And pretty much guilt-free!!! Woot, woot!!!

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Tricia Buice 9/3/17 16:33

These are absolutely adorable cookies Angie! I bet the figs really flavor the cookies so no need for added sweetener. The chocolate chips are icing on the cake (cookie)!

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Koko 9/3/17 16:41

These look like the perfect cookies to bake for my celiac roommate! I bet the hint of cardamom is so delicious!

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Pam 9/3/17 17:39

Yum! They look tasty & cute too.

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Anu - My Ginger Garlic Kitchen 9/3/17 20:04

I can have cookies for all my meals and these look so pretty and yummy, Angie. Love the addition of cardamom. :D

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 9/3/17 20:10

I love fig cookies, Angie! Now I'm craving some :)

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grace 9/3/17 20:48

most nutritious cookies ever!

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Evelyne CulturEatz 9/3/17 21:49

Figs and so many (vegan) chocolate chips, so delicious! I love cookies that are crisp on the outside and chewy on the inside.

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Juliana 9/3/17 22:49

These cookies look so good Angie...I love that it with dried fig...great recipe!
I hope you are having a nice week :)

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Balvinder Ubi 10/3/17 01:43

Amazing! I must try these cookies. Just have to get figs.

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Amy (Savory Moments) 10/3/17 01:54

I love anything with cardamom! These little cookies look delicious!

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Nammi 10/3/17 04:35

you know just yesterday I saw this packet of buckwheat flour in a shop near by and have been wondering what to make with it

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Kelly 10/3/17 12:08

Oh my gosh, these are the cutest cookies, Angie! I want them all - they look perfect! Love the figs in here!

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tania| my kitchen stories 10/3/17 12:46

These look very cute. They mist be delicious wit thos figs in them

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Barbara 10/3/17 13:21

Lovely! Another way to use my favorite buckwheat flour! These look fabulous, Angie!

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Monica 10/3/17 14:31

These look like a great way to satisfy that sweet craving. I have got to try baking with buckwheat flour. I love any flour with a nutty beat to it.

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Nancy Chan 10/3/17 14:48

Yummy and healthy cookies! Have a great day!

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Gloria Baker 10/3/17 15:55

So beautiful Angie, many times I dont make cookies !!!
xoxoxo

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Zaza 10/3/17 19:28

Oh how yummy! I can definitively imagine how amazing the aroma must be in your kitchen after baking these cookies!

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Emma @ Bake Then Eat 11/3/17 01:01

I know I could not stop at one!

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Amy 11/3/17 07:32

These cookies are so adorable and look scrumptious! :)

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Sokehah Cheah 11/3/17 16:45

Healthy cookies that I can indulge in!

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Debra Eliotseats 12/3/17 19:18

Hmmm...I just opened a package of dried figs!

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Big Rigs 'n Lil' Cookies 13/3/17 00:17

These are adorable! I've been on quite the fig kick lately, so I know I would devour these!

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mjskit 13/3/17 04:21

Not only do these cookies look amazing, but they are freaking genius! This cookie monster is happy!

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noobcook 13/3/17 05:12

they look so cute! and oh I love sugar free :)

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Helene Dsouza 13/3/17 06:42

I wouldn't have thought that there is buckwheat and figs in your cookies. They look incredible tempting and would make a lovely after food coffee time sweet treat. :)

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Ann Low 13/3/17 11:21

These cookies sound so healthy and delicious! Love the chocolate chips dotted on top - so cute!

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No Spoon Necessary 13/3/17 13:30

You always have the most uniquely delicious flavor combinations, Angie!! These cookies look absolutely scrumptious! I looove that you used dried figs in here! I could use a few dozen of these for breakfast right now! Cheers, friend! :)

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All That I'm Eating 13/3/17 13:43

I love that these use buckwheat. I love figs too! I bet they're lovely with an afternoon cuppa.

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fimère .b 13/3/17 13:51

ils sont à croquer!
bonne journée

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Hema 13/3/17 16:17

The cookies look so good and for once Angie, I have all the ingredients, definitely going to try this..

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Evolve With Mary 13/3/17 16:58

Great pictures Angie. I love the taste of dried figs, these cookies look divine.

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Abbe@This is How I Cook 13/3/17 19:15

I love buckwheat flour so I bet these taste amazing! They sure look it!

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Beth 13/3/17 20:11

I love the idea of using figs in this recipe - they'd add such texture and flavour!

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Asha Shivakumar 14/3/17 03:51

Buckwheat has become a favorite of mine to bake with. I love this and with figs, got to try it out Angie.
Hope you are doing well hon. Pinned it.
xo

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Cook With Manali 14/3/17 13:43

healthy cookies? Yes please!

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GiGi Eats Celebrities 14/3/17 14:51

I love how sneaky the fig is in this recipe!! Looks insanely delicious! Stopping after one, yeahhhhh NOPE!

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Sue/the view from great island 14/3/17 16:18

I adore figs, and buckwheat, but never thought to combine them, you are a genius, as usual! Speaking of genius, I made your amazing seeded crackers, hope to post them next week, love them!

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Adina 14/3/17 17:21

Oh, how cute they are. I actually have buckwheat flour in the house and don't use it much unfortunately, I could make these cutties.

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Ashley@CookNourishBliss 14/3/17 21:13

I loveeee buckwheat flour!! I usually just make pancakes but I sooo need to try out some cookies! These sound delicious!

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Gingi Freeman 15/3/17 01:17

THESE LOOK AMAZING and so yummy in the tummy!! - http://www.domesticgeekgirl.com

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Kitchen Riffs 15/3/17 02:00

Really interesting recipe! And a wonderful looking one, too. These look amazing -- such good stuff. Thanks!

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tigerfish 15/3/17 04:37

Such dainty cookies! I like the addition of dried figs for natural sweetness.

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Harriet Emily 15/3/17 11:14

These cookies look beautiful Angie! I love how you used figs to sweeten them! Yum!

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Susan 15/3/17 14:31

I've substituted dates in my cookies, but never figs--love them! I will definitely be making these since my son-in-law is coming this weekend and is gluten-free!

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Geraldine Saucier 15/3/17 20:16

Delicious cookies, Angie. I can eat a bunch and not feel guilty.

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Catherine 15/3/17 21:49

Dear Angie, I love fig cookies. These would be delightful in the morning with coffee. xoxo Catherine

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kankana 16/3/17 00:09

Now that won't make me guilty at all :)

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Nava K 17/3/17 09:09

These are cute little sweetness. I need a pop of it now.

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Evi @ greenevi 17/3/17 20:24

Wow, such an awesome combo! Coconut, cardamom and fig....amazing! Pinned :)

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Choclette Blogger 20/3/17 21:44

The chocolate drops looks so delectable and shiny. Buckwheat is a wonderful flour to bake with. I used it a lot. Love it that your using the figs as the only sweetener.

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nadia 29/3/17 20:25

They look so adorable! I need to use figs a lot more in my recipes - such an underrated fruit!

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Sharon D 4/4/17 22:44

Gahh ..you are killing me with these cookies, Angie! They are gorgeous!

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Marcelle @ A Little Fish in the Kitchen 23/4/17 20:57

Oh wow, Angie, I bet these have a great flavor! I love figs!

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