Chocolate crossies simply always help. In a bad mood, bad weather, lovesickness, or just because, purely as a pleasure. I really love them, easy, quick to make and outrageously delicious. At the same time, I sometimes have to protect myself from it, because all too quickly such a plate of it is eaten empty. In the meantime, I bend over backwards and hand out large quantities of my goodies to my parents and relatives. But a portion always stays with me, of course, and I’m looking forward to a Golden Latte and some crunchy, chocolatey chocolate crispies this afternoon. Looking out the window like this, I’m setting myself up for wood stove, blanket, and candy. Not a bad plan either, right?
Make chocolate crossies vegan yourself
With this recipe, it is true that a good chocolate is half the battle. I’ve linked you my favorite brand below (unpaid). Otherwise, the recipe is really very simple and requires only three ingredients, cornflakes, chocolate and almond slivers. If you do not have almonds at home, you can simply omit them. In general, everything is allowed in the selection of chocolate.
- Dark vegan chocolate
- Vegan whole milk chocolate (there are e.g. rice-based)
- White vegan chocolate
- Anything else you can find in the way of delicious chocolatey variations (e.g., Christmas flavored)
Tip: When choosing dark chocolate, make sure it is not too bitter. This can happen quickly with variants with a high cocoa content. Better to test beforehand.
Now prepare your vegan SChoko Crossies with 3 ingredients
Meanwhile, I’m quite proud of my selection of vegan cookies, because there’s something for everyone. Every year it starts creeping in September and the first cookies and chocolate covered almonds present themselves on the shelves. Sometimes I also like to grab, like the other day at DM, there are really great vegan mini Spekulatius and there I can not say no. Otherwise, I was a bit disappointed that there were hardly any vegan alternatives. Then let’s just bake it ourselves, are you with me? Here is my small but fine selection of vegan cookies:
- Christmas gingerbread cookies
- Vegan nougat balls
- Vanilla crescent cookies
- Orange oat cookies
- Bliss Ball Baked Apple Style
- Vegan chocolate cinnamon curls
- Vegan Spitzbuben
- Bear paws vegan
- Cinnamon stars vegan
- Ferrero Rocher
- Simple coconut macaroons
- Chai chocolate truffle
- Hazelnut macaroons
That’s already a nice selection, isn’t it? Soon there will be again my Christmas e-books for all newsletter subscribers. If you haven’t registered yet, you can do so here.
Baking vegan Christmas cookies, is there anything better?
Are you ready to try the super simple, irresistible Chocolate Crossies? You are
- Quickly made
- Crispy crisp
For a lazy afternoon, I recommend a delicious hot drink to go with it. Pumpkin Spice Latte, creamy Immune Booster Latte or the ultimate anti-cold tonic.
Here we go with these incredibly delicious vegan chocolate crossies, I hope you enjoy baking and of course about a review at the bottom of this page. If you post a picture, feel free to use the hashtag #veganevibes.
Chocolate Crossies vegan
- 200 g dark vegan chocolate or any other vegan chocolate of your choice
- 60 g Cornflakes
- 80 g Almond sticks
- Melt vegan chocolate carefully in a water bath. Do not let it get too hot, otherwise the chocolate can form spots when it cools down.200 g dark vegan chocolate
- Place in a bowl with the cornflakes, almonds and melted chocolate and stir with a spoon or silicone scraper until everything is well combined.60 g Cornflakes, 80 g Almond sticks
- Separate small mounds with a spoon and place on a silicone base. Repeat until everything is used up.
- Allow to set at room temperature for about 30 minutes.
- Enjoy together with a hot drink or just like that!
- Can be kept airtight for up to 2 weeks (if they last that long).