Eggless Chocolate Chip Cookies (with Oats)

Yes. You read it right. No eggs. It sounds impossible to bake without eggs, but it really isn’t. πŸ€”

Why did I bake without eggs? You may ask. Simply because I ran out of eggs. πŸ˜‰

Eggless Chocolate chip cookies

Unlike in the Philippines where I could just go out and buy from the sari-sari stores in the neighborhood, living in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia is a little different. Women wait for the men (father, husband, brother) to come home from work so they could go out. This is mostly the case especially if you have kids in the house.

Eggless Chocolate chip cookies

Back to the eggless chocolate chip cookies. Here’s the recipe I found from Mommy’s Home Cooking site, but I tweaked it a little, you may do so as well.

Eggless Chocolate chip cookies

If you browse for eggless recipes, there are countless sites that give recipes for meals that don’t use eggs or at least substitute eggs with another ingredient.

Eggless chocolate chip cookies ingredients

*I added 1/2 cup of crushed oatmeal to this list. You can add more cream cheese if the mixture is a bit dry.
*I also reduced the sugar because I don’t want cookies that are too sweet. If you want sweet cookies, just follow this recipe, or add more according to your taste.

I find the taste of eggless cookiesΒ  better than the regular cookies I’ve done before. I might stick to this recipe to save eggs. πŸ˜‚

Here are the eggless oatmeal chocolate chip cookies:Β  If you are in Jeddah, you can purchase baking supplies and ingredients like these:

Cream Cheese from Bakemate, Jeddah
Chocolate Chips 2.2kg (28 SR)

from Bakemate, Cake Decoration Center, and Cake Arts.

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16 thoughts on “Eggless Chocolate Chip Cookies (with Oats)

  1. I wish I could bake. I have been meaning to try and learn and envy baker moms, but I just dont have the time. Your cookies looks delicious, btw. Thanks for sharing your recipe.

    1. It’s a very satisfying experience. πŸ™‚ It took me many failed and burned cookies, but seeing the kids enjoy them makes me want to keep on doing them. πŸ™‚

  2. I haven’t tried baking so I am not sure how the eggless is different from baking with eggs hehe. But, I’d like to ask this… is it the same for other Middle East countries? You wait for the husband to come home and they do the errands? Parang looking at the brighter side… division of labor hahah

    1. Haha. They taste almost the same. As in.creamier because of the cream cheese.
      Yes, same in mid east. Well, it can be beneficial at times, but you see, the males are usually tired when they come from work and doing an extra activity after work is not always appealing to them. Haha So, you have to buy everything you’ll possibly need in the house. πŸ™‚

  3. Every time I saw cookies and breads I always asked to my husband if kaylan nya ako bilhan ng oven kasi gustong gusto ko talagang mag bake. I think kids it’s not important for them kung may eggs yan or wala sis kasi mukhang masarap eh.

    1. Once may oven, okay na kahit ano maiisip mo i-bake. Kahit yung small oven toaster works for me. Pag konti lang lulutin at mabilisan. πŸ™‚
      Yes. Sa kids, as long as it looks like cookies.and sure na yung black are chocolate chips and not raisins. Haha

  4. Save more eggs and money, go with Eggless cookies! haha. Can’t relate to baking, we have no oven, huhuhaha! But I’m sure one day, we’ll have one. πŸ™‚ We’re renting lang kasi kaya we don’t want to have so many stuff, hirap pag nag move. I read your comment about Dane on my blog, I’ll send you a PM now. hehe. β™₯

  5. I baked once forgetting to include the egg. And I must say it was a nice discovery because the muffin turned out pretty sumptuous than with the egg. Love baking lately and this is something I would love to try, too.

  6. Wow! this is great especially sa may allergy sa eggs. Thanks for the recipe, will definitely give this a try. Mukhang masarap sya mommy!

  7. I am bad in baking it’s either too hard or too soft haha! But there are times that I got the chance to make it a bit ok and got a praise from both my hubby and son! πŸ˜‰ Good to see you seem to be good in that.

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