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Recipe by Dining In

No-Margarine Chocolate Chip Cookies

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Parve Parve
Easy Easy
36 Servings
Allergens
30 Minutes
Diets

Light and slightly crisp, with a chewy center. You won’t believe that there’s no margarine!

Ingredients

For the Dough

Directions

For the Cookies

1.

Preheat oven to 375 degrees Fahrenheit.

2.

Beat first five ingredients well. Add remaining ingredients, except chocolate chips. Beat well.

3.

Stir in chocolate chips.

4.

Roll dough into one-inch balls and place on greased cookie sheets. Leave space between the cookie dough balls, as the cookies will spread as they bake.

5.

Bake for 10 to 15 minutes, or until lightly browned. Do not over-bake. (Cookies might seem soft when removed from oven; they will harden as they cool.)

Credits

Photography and Styling by Chavi Feldman

No-Margarine Chocolate Chip Cookies

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sari nakdimen
sari nakdimen
5 months ago

this is totally delicious thank you so much

sari nakdimen
sari nakdimen
Reply to  sari nakdimen
5 months ago

i also made a healther virision put less oil suger and white whole weat

Sef Rosen
Sef Rosen
5 years ago

Wondering Do you think it would work if I baked the whole dough on a cookie sheet and then cut into sticks? If yes, how would you say I should bake it? On what temp and for how long? Thanks.

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Cnooymow{shman
Cnooymow{shman
Reply to  Sef Rosen
5 years ago

I’ve never done it. But you can try to put in a nine by thirteen and bake for 20 and see what happens.

Anna Nold
Anna Nold
1 year ago

These cookies are delicious! I didn’t realize there were oats in the recipe until I was halfway through mixing them but my quick oats worked fine. The texture is nice, crispy but chewy. 5 yummy stars!

Anna Nold
Anna Nold
1 year ago

These cookies are delicious! I didn’t realize there were oats in the recipe until I was halfway through mixing them but my quick oats worked fine. The texture is nice, crispy but chewy. 5 yummy stars!

Anna Nold
Anna Nold
1 year ago

These cookies are delicious! I didn’t realize there were oats in the recipe until I was halfway through mixing them but my quick oats worked fine. The texture is nice, crispy but chewy. 5 yummy stars!

Malka Lowy
Malka Lowy
2 years ago

I hate using margarine and usually replace with oil, but it still never comes out tasting as good.
These cookies were AWESOME!! I added a bit of salt to the recipe btw…
They were gone in one day – also super easy: I made the dough in a bag.
THANK YOU!!

Ruti
Ruti
3 years ago

These were really, really, REALLY good. I did not miss the margarine at all.
I did add a little salt, and also did 1/4 whole wheat flour. I may have upped the ratio of brown to white sugar a little too.
Mine were baked by 8-9 minutes, and I did the spoon trick to push in the edges a little right when they came out of the oven.
Absolutely delicious.

Perel Gee
Perel Gee
3 years ago

THIS RECIPE HAS NO SALT!
ADD 1/2 TSP. SALT
YOU’LL THANK ME;)

THE FIRST TIME I MADE THESE IT WAS A BIT BLAND ..MUST’VE BEEN A TYPO AND LEFT OUT SALT BY MISTAKE..

ALSO I DID 1 CUP BROWN SUGAR AND 1/2 CUP WHITE..AND THEY WERE HANDS DOWN THE BESTEST COOKIE RECIPE I HAVE EVER EVER EATEN!!
MADE THESE COOKIES FOR MY FAM FOR SHABBOS AND THEY WERE GONE!!!
THIS WILL DEFINITELY BE NEW FAV COOKIE RECIPE:)

pearl pdpearldesign@gmail.com
4 years ago

it looks heaven it is heaven and it is good i am going to try it out now
cant wait to taste it
i will let you know

Ada Apfelbaum
Ada Apfelbaum
4 years ago

Delicious, quick and easy! Ingredients that I have in my cupboard so great start! Quick, easy, delicious! My family loved them!!

Shani Shapiro
Shani Shapiro
4 years ago

Best Cookies Ever! Really yummy!!!!!!!
Thanks!

Frimi Levi
Frimi Levi
5 years ago

delic but runny delicious but runny. perhaps had i let it chill first, it would not have run as much.

Brocho
Brocho
2024 years ago

soft and chewy a bit too sweet I used light brown sugar so the cookies stayed a light color. Very soft and chewy, but a bit too sweet. Next time I’ll add 3/4 cup white sugar and 1 1/2 cups chocolate chips. BTW, I used white spelt flour and made no adjustments to the recipe. You don’t taste the oats at all. Delicious!

Chaia Frishman
Chaia Frishman
Reply to  Brocho
5 years ago

Sounds great!