10 Easy Simple Vegan cookies dessert ideas for Christmas! *BET YOU CAN’T TELL IT’S VEGAN!*

by | Oct 1, 2020 | RECIPES | 0 comments

Like many of you, I am obsessed with Christmas, the vibes, the food, the decoration… everything! Ever since I’ve adopt plant based diet most of the time in these recent years, I realise I love Christmas even more and one of the biggest joy comes from making this vegan surprising delicious cookies! Healthy, low calories creative cookies packed with all sorts of nutritious whole food, I have the most guilty-free and fulfilling Christmas these years!

Seriously, just by typing this right now make me looking forward to Christmas already… Alright, now let’s dive into these 15 simple cookies idea! Enjoy!

1. ALMOND FLOUR SUGAR COOKIES

View full recipe on The conscious plant kitchen

With you want the 3 ingredients recipe, this amazing almond cookie is definitely a good place to start! Packed with healthy sugar, it’s gluten free, grain free and paleo friendly! That’s mean you will at least feel less-guilty if you end up binge eating them in 20 minutes! (Trust me, that happens, STAY AWAY from the fridge in the midnight! )

2. Vegan Danish Butter Cookies

View full recipe on Wallflowerkitchen

Life is too boring to only try the typical round cookies, it’s time to level up and these danish butter cookies are perfect for christmas! I always thought Danish cookies are challenging to make but actually all you need is a cookie press and pipping bag!

It’s so fun to get creative and you can invite your kids to make with you too!

3. Vegan Snowball Cookies

View full recipe on Noracooks

These little snowball are just so cute and pretty! In Nora’s recipe, she is using pecan, but you can always try other ingredients like walnuts or almonds, the combination are simply endless! You will be surprised how buttery it is in your mouth! Just so worth it.

For the lazy girls out there, stop procrastinate and do this this cookie – this is a one bowl recipe!

4. Double chocolate peppermint cookies

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Chocolate is pure joy and double chocolate is … you guessed it…double joy!

While a pure chocolate cookie is too typical, adding peppermint can really level up the favours of the cookies! Using the unsweetened cocoa powder, it is way more nutritious than the chocolate cookies outside!

Health benefits of Cocoa powder:

  • Reduce High Blood Pressure by Improving Nitric Oxide Levels
  • May Lower Your Risk of Heart Attack
  • Improve Blood Flow to Your Brain and Brain Function
  • Improve Mood and Symptoms of Depression by Various Means

Source: Healthline

When it comes to chocolate cookies, I always DIY myself cause pure cocoa powder is hands down the best!

5. Vegan Gingerbread Cookies

View full recipe on VegAnnie

Let’s not forget about this cute little gingerbread! It’s just festive and when I make it, I always think of my childhood memories, just precious :’)

I’m really glad that I’ve found this recipe from Annie! I’ve tried countless vegan gingerbread recipe but honestly, most of them isn’t rich in flavour. But Annie’s one are really delicious that I thought I was eating junk food lol So if you are still finding gingerbread recipe, this one is for you!

6. Vegan Coconut Cookies

View full recipe on The conscious plant kitchen

This coconut cookies are no bake recipe so now you don’t have excuses to not baking them!

With unsweetened coconut and dark chocolate, this cookie is packed with protein that makes you feel really fulfilling afterwards. With no bake, you can always create different shape for your coconut cookies! (I’ve tried the Christmas tree one). It’s by far one of the easiest gluten free and keto friendly recipe I’ve ever tried! Highly recommended.

7. Cinnamon Star Cookies

View full recipe on Cinnamon Star Cookies

I am a huge fan of cinnamon and my motto is “When it doubt, add cinnamon on top of that.”

Cinnamon is always known as the delicious spice but surprisingly, it has some real health benefits!

Health Benefits of Cinnamon:

  • Lowering the blood sugar levels: Cinnamon can decrease the amount of glucose that enters your bloodstream after a meal, which can effectively reduce the risk of diabetes.
  • Cinnamon has anti-inflammatory properties: It helps repair body tissue damage and fight infections

Source: Healthline

Try this cinnamon star cookie and enjoy guilty-free snack time!

8. VEGAN THUMBPRINT COOKIES WITH RASPBERRY JAM

View full recipe on Veganhuggs

As a person who DIY my own fruit jam, making this thumbnail cookie is always a great way to use my jam before they expired! I’ve tried different combination like lemon jam, almond jam and peanut butter but so far my favourite combination is still the Rasberry cookie! Red just make things more festive!

Ever since I realised this is a way to use my jam, I just can’t stop making this lol

9. VEGAN APPLE PIE PROTEIN COOKIES

View full recipe on One Clever Chef

Can we all take a moment to adore this little brownish apple pie cookies? It’s just so fancy!

Honestly, I haven’t tried this before but this is gonna be my Christmas cookie list for sure! This macaroon-style look is actually not hard to make! (surprise right?) So, if you want to surprise your family and present yourself as a dessert expert, take this recipe!

10. VEGAN CHOCOLATE HAZELNUT TRUFFLES

View full recipe on Rhian’s recipes

Truffle makes things more luxurious and I always feel pampered when I eat truffle chocolate. (Is that even logical?) Plus, this recipe has my another favourite hazelnut so I really have no reason to not trying this!

Actually hazelnuts is packed with some REAL nutrients to our body here! So stop eating Nutella ( packed with artificial sugar) and this yummy recipe!

Health benefits of hazelnuts:

  • Full of nutrients: Despite proteins, healthy fats, hazelnuts also packed with Vitamin E, Thiamin, vitamin B6, folate, and also fatty acids that support our body functions.
  • Loaded with antioxidants: It can prevent cancer to a certain extent and boost brain function
  • Good for heart: It can lower the cholesterol levels in blood

It’s always way more fulfilling to eat the real food and make sure they worth the calories!

11. Snowmen Vegan MERINGUE Cookie

View full recipe on Veganhugs

This snowman cookie is just another level! I am sure the kids will grab all these little snowman in no time during the family gathering!

While it seems requires a lot of steps to make, it’s not! All you need to do is to mix all the ingredients and start pipping the snowman! It’s actually crispy in texture and you just can’t stop eating it (even adults…)

Who cares! Dessert is for Christmas while workout goals are for January!

12.Vegan deer biscoff doughnut holes recipe

View full recipe on The little blog of vegan

I know, they are doughnut not cookies but I just can’t help to include this deer – cuteness overload!

It’s extremely creamy, perfect for family gathering and actually easy and fun to make! Despite making this as doughnuts, you can always decorate your cookies with this cartoon deers face if you are bored with the Christmas tree pattern!

I always amazed by the vegan recipes, the creativity is simply endless when it comes to vegan dessert!

13. Carrot Cake Sandwiches Cookies

View full recipe on Karissa Vegan Kitchen

If you want a healthier choice for your dessert, this carrot little sandwich is your best choice! Packed with vegan sour cream, it is surprisingly fulfilling and taste so fresh! I usually eat this carrot sandwiches when I am craving for sweet during afternoon – this is one of the rare dessert that keep me stay awake! ( Even natural sweets can makes us feel sleepy as it fluctuates the blood sugar level)

So yes, keep this carrot sandwiches recipe, you will need that!

14. Vegan Oatmeal Cookies

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As much as it’s not as fancy as the snowman or deer cookies, this is the cookies I make all the time! Why? Because it’s made from oatmeal!

Here’s my confession, vegan oatmeal cookies used to be my breakfast for good few months. While it sounds crazy, it’s definitely fulfilling and nutritious enough. But of course, if you eat this every morning, the calories can add up pretty quickly so please don’t learn from me.

This is a typical recipe but oatmeal cookies are always the classic one that I revisit al the time!

15. Vegan Almond Joy Coconut Macaroons

View full recipe on Beaming Baker

This looks like the delicate French dessert isn’t it? Well, don’t fooled by her looks, it requires only 6 ingredients and it’s really easy to make! When it comes to almond, it’s packed with loads of nutrients and even help our body combat aging!

Health benefit of almonds:

  • High in Vitamin E and help lower the cholesterol levels
  • Promote weight loss: Eating almond can reduce hunger and make you fulfilling
  • Assist in blood sugar control: Low in carbs and high in fiber

Source: Healthline

Plus, it’s another vegan, gluten free, paleo recipes that suitable for all kind of dessert lovers!

Conclusion:

So here are the 15 healthy, simple vegan cookies for Christmas! Which one is your favourite and which one you are going to try? As a cookie lover, I can always related to what cookies monster said. (Wait …what?)

C is for cookie. That’s good enough for me.

Cookie Monster

Just by writing this blog post out makes me feel so happy already! So please save this recipes and do your own version of cookies, it can be the best self care activities during winter time! Thank you for reading and here’s my virtual hug!