Egg egg egg, what do I see there? When looking for homemade, vegan treats for Easter, it's easy to get a little desperate. How good that we can help you here: Our Cookie Dough Easter eggs are super delicious, naturally vegan, easy to make & definitely fun for young and old. Kids can help from start to finish, because these eggs don't need to be baked, fried, boiled or anything else.
All you need is our Oat Base, a few ingredients, lots of chocolate and a little time. You have a sweet that lasts several days in the fridge (if you haven't already eaten it), tastes delicious and is guaranteed to keep everyone's sweet tooth happy even after Easter. We used our organic Oat Base for this recipe.
The best thing about it is that you can eat it without worrying: Thanks to our purely plant-based recipe, you don't have to worry about stomach aches and the like, as would be the case with "normal" biscuit dough.
But so that you don't have to wait until Easter is over again, here's the recipe!
- 200g flour
- 75g dark chocolate drops
- 150g soft margarine
- 70g brown cane sugar
- 70g white sugar
- 1 sachet vanilla sugar
- 75ml water
- 1 tablespoon Oat Base Organic
- 250g white vegan chocolate (we used iChoc)
- 2 tbsp sugar pearls
- Mix 1 tbsp Oat Base Bio with 75ml water to make a fresh oat drink.
- Mix the flour, margarine, chocolate drops, sugar and oat drink with a mixer.
- Feel free to add a little flour if the dough is too wet - It should be easy to shape into an egg without sticking or crumbling too much.
- Place the Cookie Dough in your freezer for 1 hour.
- Take the biscuit dough out of the freezer & shape it into small eggs.
- Melt the white chocolate in a water bath.
- Now dip your Cookie Dough eggs one by one into the white chocolate and sprinkle them with sugar pearls. It's best to let them dry on a baking rack.
You can also skip the chocolate and simply roll your Cookie Dough in the sugar pearls. For even more fun for young and old, you can also colour the white chocolate. There are no limits to the possibilities here, so feel free to experiment a little. We hope you have lots of fun making them!