Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Peanut butter chocolate pillows -Vegan cookies invade your cookie jar

I seriously love this book.  This is my best yet recipe.   And I thought my peanut/oatmeal ones were the best.
These have totally superceded them.


 Seriously the most yummy biscuit out there.   Straight from the oven.  Hot and delicious.

They have been kind enough to reproduce the recipe on the web here, but get yourself the book because you will become the best damned biscuit baker that ever lived.

These were a only a tiny bit fiddly - but the result!

roll the fondant into a ball and flatten out some cookie dough,  wrap the dough around the ball.

put on tray and bake

When they turn out PERFECT, scream with joy and share them with everyone saying, have one these are divine. 


  1. And they are truely divine. Thank you Hannelore for sharing. Well worth approximately 5 WW points! Jenny B

  2. These are the most scrummiest biscuites I have ever had. Hannelore is 'fantastic' (although she does say so herself!)Keep 'em coming!

  3. Bet I'll see you in Newtown soon!

    For fabrics in our 'hood... try the opshops on Marrickville Road (there's 1 good one, 3 in total, the good one is closer to Sydenham Station), try Dulwich Hill Op Shops (the one on Canterbury Road on the curve, and the one on Marrickville Road), try Stanmore around the corner from Borsellino Bros Grocer (Crystal St, maybe?) and if you have some time go to the country. My best material comes from outside of Sydders!

    For patterns, garage sales, online classifieds (I got a huge lot recently from a lady who's mum was the same size as me, and passed away, so she only wanted to sell to a real seamstress - someone who would use the patterns as opposed to profit from them) and sometimes etsy.

    Oh! But a few second hand shops on lower King Street (between Alice Street & Lords Street) have vintage patterns for $3 each... I got a heap in my size from a guy seller, for bulk rate!

    Good luck! I'll stop rambling now!