Vegan Gingerbread Cookies

Easing into the holiday spirit with these Vegan Gingerbread Cookies! How cute are they as little foxes?! These ginger cookies are perfect for the holidays. They’re wonderfully spiced, with a crunchy exterior and soft interior. What more can we ask for in a gingerbread cookie recipe?

I’ll start by saying that if you don’t have a fox cookie cut-out don’t fret, because these vegan gingerbread cookies are delicious in all shapes and sizes. In fact, it’s not the first time I’ve shared this holiday gingerbread cookie recipe. Last year I used the recipe to make little ginger bread men, holly, and candy canes. So I can safely say that the cookie dough works for all shapes and sizes. It certainly tastes delicious in every form! Even if you don’t have cookie cutouts, you could roll the dough into balls and flatten them into round cookies. I’d recommend sprinkling with coarse sugar, or powdered sugar, to look extra pretty and festive.

4 comments on “Vegan Gingerbread Cookies

  1. Where did you get the fox cookie cutters?

    • Hannah Sunderani

      29 Nov 2018 at 4:01 am Reply

      Hi Kelly! I bought these cookie cutters at a store close by to where I live in Lille, France. It’s called “Alice Delice.” Definitely worth going to if you every visit! They’ve also got an online store if you’d like to check it out. 🙂

  2. Can I use olive oil, coconut oil, avocado oil nstead of vegan butter?

    • Hannah Sunderani

      7 Dec 2018 at 9:58 am Reply

      Hi there! Thanks so much for your question. I like to use the vegan butter because it’s more of a solid and much less oily when working with the dough. If you didn’t want to use a vegan butter or margarine, I think coconut oil would work best as it’s a solid at room temperature. I would suggest to work the dough quickly as possible so it doesn’t heat in your hands. 🙂 Good luck lovely!

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