Eggless Cranberry Chocolate Chip Cookies

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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 TimeCook TimeMakes
15 Mins11 Mins + 5 Mins Cooling45-50 Cookies
Eggless Cranberry Chocolate Chip Cookies Easy to bake eggless cranberry 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.
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  1. Melinda

    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! 🙂

    Oh! thank you so much Melinda.

  2. Rachel

    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

    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

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

    Yes, had to. Thanks.

  5. Sweatha

    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

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

  7. Cham

    Love dry fruits in any baking goodies, they are gorgeous 😛

  8. varsha

    They look so pretty Madhuram..yumm..!!

  9. Uma

    mmm. the cookies must have tasted delicious with choco chip and cranberry combo! Mouth-watering pics as always! 🙂

  10. Sweatha

    Madhu,love the cookies.I tried energ and whipped it using a fork and second time in a blender.If using blender it requires one extra tbsp of liquid as you said,I added soymilk.I have posted it just now and will mail you.I will also try out something else b4 the deadline.Max possible I will send by tomorrow evening.Hope its ok.

    Yes, in some cases it requires even 2 tablespoons of extra liquid. I’m glad that you were able to get it right this time.

  11. mahimaa

    it would never strike me to make cookies out of cake mix.. this is wonderful. I just have one wish… that is to be your neighbor.. hehehe..

    Would love to have you as my neighbor Mahimaa. I too can get a taste of your delicious and healthy treats.

  12. Priya

    Cranberry n chocolate chips cookies looks gorgeous n too delicious..

  13. Sunshinemom

    Recipe looks good! My son has this nose power:)

  14. Asha

    So yum. I love tangy Cranberries there! 🙂