Whether you have an intolerance or just ran out of eggs, these eggless cookie recipes will save the day!
And I promise; they’re so good that nobody will know they’re egg-free.
Believe it or not, eggs aren’t all that important in cookies. Sure, they add moisture, bind the ingredients, and, yes, give them a lift.
But are they essential? No!
Plenty of egg substitutions will bring all those things to the mix, such as mashed bananas, applesauce, or even carbonated water.
Curious? Try these eggless cookie recipes and see for yourself!
Let’s start this list with the ultimate cookie. I think we can all agree that in the ranking of cookies, chocolate chip reign supreme.
Soft, chewy, and studded with large chunks of chocolate, “supreme” is definitely a word I’d use to describe these cookies.
The secret to these eggless munchies? A tablespoon of cream cheese. No wonder they’re so addictive!
Finding out you’re allergic to eggs can be tough. But don’t worry, these eggless vanilla cookies will make everything okay.
Unlike other cookies that are loaded with chocolate chips, nuts, and dried fruit, these are pretty basic.
But there’s nothing boring about them at all!
These vanilla cookies are wonderfully sweet and so tender they melt in your mouth.
You can’t limit yourself to just one, no matter how hard you try!
Say hello to sugar cookies that are so ridiculously pretty, you almost don’t want to eat them.
But trust me, you will want to take a bite (or 20) of these.
They’re outrageously melt-in-your-mouth tender with a nice crunchy contrast from the sugar sprinkles on top.
Just don’t forget to take a dozen photos for the Gram before you dig in.
Oatmeal cookies are indeed no match in popularity to chocolate chip.
Look, I get it. Cookies are a kind of comfort food, and putting something healthy in them ruins the fun.
But you know what? I think these cookies are completely misunderstood. If anything, oatmeal only gives cookies an even better texture!
I know for sure that these oatmeal cookies will prove my point – especially if you like cookies that are extra chewy.
If you’re more of a peanut butter person, give this recipe a try.
Flavored with nothing but nutty goodness, expect these treats to taste like peanut butter in cookie form.
Crisp on the outside and chewy in the middle with a sweet, salty, and nutty flavor, these cookies will disappear in minutes.
It only takes one second to know how sensational these cookies are. Just look at them!
With cocoa powder infused in the dough and two kinds of chocolate peppered throughout, to say these cookies are ridiculously chocolatey is an understatement.
If you consider yourself a chocoholic, then these cookies are a must-try.
I see your regular thumbprint cookies and raise you these salted caramel delights!
This recipe gives a fun spin on the classic, making it ten times more irresistible.
These are chewy and buttery at the bottom and thick and sticky on top.
And it gets better – the cookies are sprinkled with thick flakes of sea salt, providing a crunchy and salty contrast to the sweet and tender cookies.
I’ll give you a moment to drool on that.
If you’re making cookies for vegan friends, you can’t go wrong with these copycat Oreos.
After all, how can anybody say no to cream-filled chocolate sandwich cookies?
While I know Oreos are truly legendary and technically vegan, it’s best to make them yourself if you have a severe allergy.
And the fact that there’s no limit to the amount of filling you can put in makes them even more tempting.
Breath-taking is not enough to describe these strawberry shortcake cookies. Merriam-Webster has to come up with a whole new word.
I mean, just look at them! If these cookies don’t make you feel all giddy inside, I don’t know what will.
Studded with chunks of strawberries, chopped-up golden Oreos, and white chocolate chips, these cookies are equally as delicious as they are gorgeous.
These lemon cookies look plain and simple. But just you wait until you take a bite.
While they’re not the most indulgent, these guys will surprise you with their mind-blowing flavors and textures.
They’re soft like clouds with a wonderfully sweet lemon flavor that’s bright as the summer sun.
The great thing about snickerdoodle cookies is that it allows you two treats in one bite – cinnamon rolls and cookies.
Between the crunchy-chewy edges, the soft-buttery middle, and the perfect amount of sweetness, these spiced cookies are insanely addictive.
While they’re meant for sharing, I won’t blame you if you have them all to yourself.
If you haven’t tried molasses cookies before, take this as the sign to make a batch asap.
This sweet dark syrup has the ability to make super soft and chewy cookies with crisp and crunchy edges.
Together with ginger, the molasses also provides a deep flavor that no other sweetener can offer.
You don’t have to wait for a wedding to make these Mexican wedding cookies.
They’re only named as such because they’re super dainty, tasty, and special occasion-worthy.
They’re super tender and buttery.
Infused with cinnamon and ground anise and dusted with powdered sugar, they have an excellent balance of sweetness and spice.
These chocolate cookies are ridiculously chewy and buttery.
Loaded with sweet white chocolate chips in each bite, they’re the best option if you’re craving a decadent treat.
While most chocolate chips are cloyingly sweet, these aren’t.
The key is to use equal parts white and brown sugar. This ratio gives the cookies just the right level of sweetness and an almost caramel-like flavor, to boot.
Looking for something special this Valentine’s Day? Nothing says I love you more than these homemade red velvet cookies!
They’re chewy and wonderfully flavored with chocolate and vanilla.
Plus, the white chocolate chips provide an extra layer of sweetness and decadence.
If you’re a fan of tender, cakey cookies, these are absolutely for you.
They’re soft, melt in your mouth, and filled with the goodness of pumpkin spice in every bite.
They’re the epitome of fall, but don’t wait for September to make them!
So long as you have a can of pumpkin puree and a craving for something spiced, you can make these all year long!
Getting bored with the typical cookie flavors? How about some nutty almond action instead of chocolate, vanilla, or lemon?
Apart from the almond and buttery flavor, these cookies have such a unique texture.
If you love that crispy on the outside, tender on the inside textural contrast, you’ll definitely fall for these.
Hey there, non-bakers! These no-bake cookies are especially for you. And seriously, they’re the bomb.
These cookies get their flavor from the ever-phenomenal chocolate and peanut butter combo.
As for the texture, expect chewiness galore brought about by oats.
The best part is how wildly easy they are to make. If you can cook oatmeal, you can easily pull this off.
How about a round of applause for these simplistic yet stunning shortbread cookies?
These cookies are buttery and melt-in-your-mouth tender.
They’re just slightly sweet – nothing overwhelming – making them a perfect vessel for jams and spreads.
Personally, I love these with a generous smothering of Nutella. Yum!
Life is better with cheesecake in it. Add cookies to the mix, and I’m a goner.
The cookie dough is infused with cream cheese, making these babies rich and tender.
Then, they’re rolled in Graham Crackers to complete the cheesecake vibe and provide a crunchy exterior. Delish!
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