Eggless Cranberry Chocolate Chip Cookies

Eggless Cranberry Chocolate Chip Cookies

In my previous post I had mentioned that I had to bake cookies for my son’s class. This was the other cookie I baked for his friends. I used this recipe, but instead of using silken tofu as the egg replacement, I used EnerG egg replacer powder. The instructions in the EnerG box mention that it does not work well with store bought mixes. I took a chance anyway and was surprised that the cookies came out so well. These cookies were also chewy and did not spread as much as the silken tofu ones. Last time I had used Duncan Hines cake mix and this time I used Betty Crocker’s german chocolate cake mix and I felt that the latter ones had a smell which I didn’t relish. I think the flavorings in the Betty Crocker cake mix gave that smell. Nobody else could really feel it. I’m known for my exceptional “nose-power”. So the next time I bake these cookies I’m definitely going to use Duncan Hines. Also this time I used dried cranberries instead of raisins, reduced the amount of chocolate chips and increased the quantity of dried fruit.

Cranberry Chocolate Chip Cookies Recipe
Prep time: 15 Mins
Cook time: 11 Mins + 5 Mins Cooling
Yields: 45-50 Cookies
Eggless Cranberry Chocolate Chip CookiesEasy to bake eggless chocolate chip cookies using german chocolate cake mix and EnerG.
  • 1 pack, 18.25oz German Chocolate Cake mix (I used Betty Crocker)
  • 3 teaspoons EnerG
  • 4 tablespoons Water
  • 1/2 cup (1 stick) Melted Butter
  • 1/2 cup Oats (Quick Cooking)
  • 3/4 cup Semisweet Chocolate Chips
  • 3/4 cup Dried Cranberries
  1. Check Chewy Chocolate Chip Cookies for the procedure.

These Cranberry Chocolate Chip Cookies go to Egg Replacement Event – Egg Replacer Powder hosted by me.

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14 Responses to “Eggless Cranberry Chocolate Chip Cookies”

  1. Melinda says:

    Yet another success! Decadent is the word that comes to mind. The contrast between the tart cranberries and the sweetness of the chocolate chips was amazing! I used a light margarine to keep them vegan, but stayed true to the recipe otherwise.
    This is the second of your cookie recipes I have tried,and I have to say I am very impressed! I think I’ll just begin at the beginning and work my way through the entire cookie section! :smile:

    Oh! thank you so much Melinda.

  2. Rachel says:

    I can’t get the step by step procedure for the Eggless Cranberry Chocolate Chip Cookies. When I click “click here for the procedures” it brings me to the chewy choc chips cookies.
    How can I get the step by step recipe? Sorry, I am new in baking and never baked before.. Hope you don’t mind teaching a dummy.. :)

    No problem Rachel. Just follow the procedure for chewy chocolate chip cookies but use energ egg replacer instead of silken tofu. Whisk the EnerG powder and given quantity of water in a blender or with a fork and add it instead of pureed tofu. Otherwise the procedure is exactly the same. Get back to me if you have any other questions.

  3. Deepa says:

    Hey, Hope you’re up late tonight and have time to reply!! I am to take something breakfasty and healthy for a breakfast gathering at Arnav’s school tomorrow. Any ideas? In any of your recipes, if I replaced half of the all purpose flour with 100% whole wheat flour, would I need to add anything else to compensate? I like the cranberry nut quickbread!

  4. Deepa says:

    Boy, you guys bake a lot of cookies! Yum!

    Yes, had to. Thanks.

  5. Sweatha says:

    Thanks for the comment Madhu,I will be posting it by tomorrow.Am trying out 1 more cookies now.I am relocating,so in midst of packing -so I find it hard to post,mail and bloghop and do so alternate days.Hope you can understand.I am trying out 1 more recipe and will post it by tomorrow.THANKS & THANKS.

    No problem Sweatha. Home first. I can always include it on a later date, just like I’m to going to include your tofu biscotti and the other one.

  6. Sukanya Ramkumr says:

    This is a very nice recipe. Looks so good. Cranberry and chocolate lovey combination. YUM!

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