German-style Vegan Cinnamon Waffle Cookies

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Vegan cinnamon waffle cookies, my favorite Christmas cookies since childhood. The Christmas bakery starts soon and what can not be missing with the Advent biscuits?! Exactly cookies. They fit perfectly with the Advent season and taste best in the pre-Christmas period. Whether with a mulled wine like at the Christmas market or just with coffee or tea. vegan | without egg | milk-free | lactose free | less sugar | without refined sugar

What’s more Christmassy than vegan cinnamon waffle cookies?

I love Christmas cookies, especially ones like these vegan cinnamon waffles. What is more Christmassy than cookies with spices that spread a Christmas spirit? My grandma bakes these every Christmas season. In the past, I looked forward to these the most. But since I do not consume any animal products and live in the USA, I make these cookies myself.

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How are these vegan cinnamon waffles baked?

Most Christmas cookies that you know are baked in the normal oven. But not these. For these special and very delicious, vegan cinnamon waffle cookies you need a special waffle iron, which you can buy here. The purchase is definitely worth it. Once you’ve baked these vegan cinnamon waffles, you will not want to miss them on Christmas / Advent.

What is special about the vegan cinnamon cookies?

With the help of the special waffle iron the cookies are thin and crispy. Likewise, I love my beloved vegan cinnamon waffles. You taste the cinnamon even more. I think I have to go to the kitchen right now and have a snack. Make myself so hungry for these cinnamon waffle cookies.

What’s your favorite Christmas cookie? Which cannot be missed for Christmas? I am always looking forward to trying new recipes. And I am also looking forward to reading suggestions and ideas from you in the comments below.

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German-style vegan Cinnamon waffle cookies
 
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Vegan cinnamon waffle cookies, my favorite Christmas cookies since childhood. The Christmas bakery starts soon and what can not be missing with the Advent biscuits?! Exactly cookies. They fit perfectly with the Advent season and taste best in the pre-Christmas period. Whether with a mulled wine like at the Christmas market or just with coffee or tea.
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Recipe type: Christmas Cookies, Advent cookies
Cuisine: vegan, dairy free, egg free, plantbased
Ingredients
  • 250 grams refined coconut oil
  • 150 g of coconut sugar
  • Mix ½ tsp of psyllium fiber powder and ½ cup of water
  • 40 grams of cinnamon
  • 500 grams of spelt flour or AP Flour unbleached or glutenfree flour
Instructions
  1. Mix all ingredients together. If you want more cinnamon in it, you can add some more. As you like most.
  2. Now put the dough in the fridge for an hour and form small balls and place into the cinnamon waffle iron like normal waffles. Put one ball in one shape.
  3. They hold for a couple of weeks in a cookie jar. But in our house they do not last so long.

 

 


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10 comments

  1. Sarah McMinn

    Incredible! This recipe sounds great.

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    1. veeatcookbake

      thank you a lot Sarah. 🙂

      Reply

  2. Tania | Fit Foodie Nutter

    I just love it when the good old traditional recipes get re-created with a little twist! I never tried making soya milk at home but I know what to do with the leftovers now! Thank you for a great recipe.

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    1. veeatcookbake

      I love veganize traditional recipes. I think the spices are the key. 🙂

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  3. Jen

    This is such a creative recipe. I never thought about making something with the left over soy from making milk. Very clever.

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    1. veeatcookbake

      Thanks Jen. Win win for making the soy milk. It makes it still cheaper. 🙂

      Reply

  4. Anna

    It’s great to use leftover soy meal and make sausages from it! Genius idea and I love it!

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    1. veeatcookbake

      Thank you Anna. 🙂

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  5. Amy Katz from Veggies Save The Day

    I think my boyfriend is going to love making these sausages! He hasn’t found any in stores that he likes.

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    1. veeatcookbake

      Amy, he should try them then. My husband loves them.

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