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Vegan Sugar Cookie for Cookie Cutters

Vegan Sugar Cookie for Cookie Cutters

Veganism as a dietary practice means not eating products that comes from animals. In cookies common ingredients like eggs, milk/dairy (including butter), meringue powder, and even some sugars* are not vegan.

This recipe replaces those ingredients with vegan alternatives. We tried to use ingredients that are readily available at supermarkets or online.

If you've never baked a vegan recipe before, know that you result will be slightly different than the version that includes dairy and eggs, but you'll be rewarded with a tasty cookie that everyone can enjoy!

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Lola - January 12, 2023

Could I use regular sugar?
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