These are the perfect cookie, vegan or otherwise. Elevate your chocolate chip cookie game with this recipe friends!!! Vegan chocolate chips, toasted walnuts and dried figs are a delicious combination and make for an irresistible cookie treat. I made a batch on my weekend and brought them to work. It was definitely good because I would have eaten all of them in a very short time. Really though, sharing with my coworkers is fun, and I enjoy getting feedback from them. (All of whom are omnivores by the way, except for two younger part time employees, sisters, who are actually vegan. If you could understand the small town I live in, that's impressive.) Anyway, everyone LOVED these cookies so I am confident you will too. You don't want to miss this recipe!!! Feel free to mix up the chocolate, fruit & nut combinations. Keep it all chocolate if you prefer....you do you. How about white chocolate macadamia nut???? I want that.
RECIPE: VEGAN CHOCOLATE CHIP, TOASTED WALNUT & FIG COOKIES
Recipe Yield: about 20 delicious cookies
This mushroom soup turned out beautifully. A variety of mushrooms blended with mirepoix, garlic, a bit of potato, veg stock, wine, fresh tarragon and vegan cream. I garnished it with a drizzle of good truffle oil & a sprinkle of parsley. The cheesy toasts on the side are non negotiable for me. It's the combination of the two that makes the meal sing. I found a vegan swiss cheese product that will be my go to specifically for this recipe. It had a bit of tang, and was melty and flavourful. Feel free to just make a straight up grilled cheese instead of open face toasts. I also chose to sauté a few extra mushrooms to garnish the soup, really just for the photo. This is optional but definitely tasty. I don't recommend the enoki mushrooms so much. Straight up button or cremini is perfectly great here. I honestly just picked up enoki mushrooms because I thought it would make for prettier image, then realized after the fact I would just leave them out. Bottom line, I'm pumped to have this mushroom soup recipe in my repetoire. Earthy, slightly creamy and just a hint of tarragon. A total treat.
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