Makes 24 cookies
Photo by Vanessa Rees
This was actually the first video we filmed for Make It Vegan! I had no idea that the ice cream man musical interruption would make it into the final edit, but I’m glad it did because you can clearly see how it traumatized me. But these cookies…they are, like, not traumatizing at all. Watch me make them and then make them yourself!
There is something otherwordly about the rosemary chocolate combination and it makes these my favorite cookies in the world. Did I already say that about another cookie? It was a lie. These are buttery, golden, sublime and just slightly exotic. If you haven’t tried the rosemary chocolate combo, be prepared to fall in love.
these are dangerous to have around.
This sounds good! I am sharing this on pinterest. I am building a community of vegans and would love for you to hop over and share a recipe.
does it work as well with dried rosemary?
No it’s not nearly as good dried as with fresh! the rosemary flavor is exaggerated too much when you use dried. Just wait til you can find fresh!
We, too, used tablespoons and only got about 14 cookies. Lol. As for the difference between refined and unrefined coconut oil, I noticed their temperature ranges are different (smoke points). I looked it up when my grocery store only had unrefined…I went to a different store since there’s more than just a taste reason.
Mine came out flat…could this have anything to do with unrefined vs refined coconut oil? Or maybe something else I am doing wrong. Due to this flat cookie problem I was forced to eat them all myself instead of bringing them into work.
Ideas on how to correct this problem would be greatly appreciated
This recipe looks amazing! How can I make this recipe gluten free and can I substitute stevia for the sugar?
Alyna and Anabel
Finally made these cookies — the rosemary and chocolate combo is a knock out!
hello Isa! Thanks for this recipe…i am going to try it out. last week made your pumpkin oat cookies and they were delicious ofcourse!!
I am curious… you are talking about baking soda, that would be sodium bicarbonate, right? it was also mentioned in the list ingredients for the oat-pumpkin cookies. But… to be able to activate it, something sour is required. How is that with these cookies? For the other one i’ve read that molasses actually have acidity (but i added lemon juice just in case….). What are your thoughts on this?
Thanks for your help! Cheers!
These cookies are amazing! I highlighted them on my herb gardening blog at http://www.ThymeTimes.com when discussing Rosemary.
Thanks for a yummy recipe. I made these for Thanksgiving and they were a hit. I subbed flax for chia because i had chia in the house. I blended fresh rosemary and chia in a coffee grinder before adding to the coconut oil and it worked well!
This is my #1 favorite cookie recipe! I have a question… for Isa or anyone who has tried it… can this recipe work with gluten free flours? I have 3 family members who don’t do gluten. Vegan and gluten free baking each have their challenges, but trying to do BOTH is really tough (for me anyways). Suggestions?
Hi, wanting to try these cookies tonight. I am NOT a baker, so I just need to know if there are any adjustments that should be made for baking at 9000 feet (Colorado Rockies)? Any help would be MUCH APPRECIATED! These sound so delicious, I am trying to bake them for a cookie exchange tomorrow.
Thanks in advance!
Any tips for doubling/tripling the recipe? I made the single batch, but would like to make more to give away and not sure what ingredients might act funny in a multi batch.
I’ve literally wanted to make these cookies since this recipe came out and it took me this long to get around to it. I’ve found my new signature cookie! (Nobody has to know I stole it from you, right?) These are fabulous, thanks so much!
I just made these for a Tu B’shevat celebration and the Rabbi went on and on about how delicious these cookies were. She thought it was ginger at first and then realized it was Rosemary. They are DEEEEElicious. This is now my favorite cookie.
Is it possible to substitute flax seeds? Maybe with chia seeds?
I made these for a secret holiday cookie swap. They were so delectable that I had to save a couple for myself. It’s amazing how chewy they are on the inside despite the absence of margarine. Mmmm! Thanks for sharing this magical recipe! When I followed the 2 Tbsp measure, I got exactly a dozen cookies, rather than 24 cookies.
Ack! I’ve had this page bookmarked for the cookie recipe and now it’s the video? Where can I find the recipe for the most delicious cookies? must make for the holidays? Thanks so much!
I love these cookies, but since you added a video, I can’t find the actual recipe anywhere. Can you post the recipe again?
hey! I’ve been making these for some years now, absolutely love them. Just came back today to check quantities but I can’t find the recipe anymore, and on your video the quantities aren’t specified. Help? x
Has anyone tried this as a white chocolate macadamia nut cookie?? I did and they were really oily I’m thinking I need to cut back on the coconut oil but open to other suggestions!