Vegan chocolate and strawberry cookies

Vegan chocolate and strawberry cookies

Vegan chocolate and strawberry cookies are delicious little bites, which could easily be called brownies

Vegan chocolate and strawberry cookies

Don’t you love it when you convince yourself that a dessert is healthy, or at least not horribly bad for you?!  We do! And that is exactly what we do with these vegan chocolate and strawberry cookies.  Not only are these two-bite, cake-like cookies vegan (which automatically makes them healthy right??!!), but they are also incredibly easy to whip together.  Another fun fact, they contain a secret ingredient which makes these chocolate and strawberry cookies that much more lovely.  Who doesn’t love a recipe with a secret ingredient?

Helpful hints

You may have already read ahead and learned that the secret ingredient in this recipe is strawberry jam. Isn’t that neat?  The most wonderful part is that you can get creative and use your jam of preference.  We think that blueberry jam would also be nice, or cherry.  In choosing your jam, here are a few things to consider.  Obviously, pick a flavour that you like, but also, a good quality jam.  If you can get your hands on something homemade, even better! We especially like the bits of strawberry which were found in our jam. This imparts a great flavour and texture to the finished cookie.

Vegan chocolate and strawberry cookies

We use a mini-scooper to portion out these cookies. If you don’t already have a mini-scooper, we suggest you invest in one, especially because the investment will be small.  These scoopers, which tend to have a 1 tablespoon volume, are great for shaping cookies.  They are also wonderful for scooping batter into mini-cupcake trays and for portioning out the mixture for keftedes (Greek meatballs).  Using a scooper will ensure that all of your cookies are the same size, which helps with the baking time.


You will notice in the photos that we do not flatten out the cookie batter once it has been scooped onto the baking tray.  We like for these chocolate and strawberry cookies to remain rounded.  If you prefer, you can flatten your batter out; just be sure to adjust your cooking time as they will take less time to bake.

Vegan chocolate and strawberry cookies
Vegan chocolate and strawberry cookies

Freeze your chocolate and strawberry cookies

These cookies freeze beautifully after baking.  Simple allow them to cool and then place in freezer bags.  Defrost them on the counter for a few hours when you are ready to enjoy them.

Vegan chocolate and strawberry cookies

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Vegan chocolate and strawberry cookies

Vegan chocolate and strawberry cookies

These vegan bites are a cross between a brownie and a cookie.
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Course: Dessert
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 15 minutes
Total Time: 25 minutes
Servings: 35 cookies
Author: Mia Kouppa


  • 280 grams sugar or 1 1/4 cups
  • 160 ml vegetable oil or 3/4 cup
  • 440 grams all purpose flour or 2 3/4 cups
  • 80 grams cocoa powder or 1/2 cup
  • 2 tbsp baking powder
  • 1 tsp ground cinnamon
  • 1/2 tsp salt
  • 400 grams strawberry jam


  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit. 
  • In the bowl of a stand mixer combine the sugar and vegetable oil.  Mix well for 1 – 2 minutes until very well combined.  Alternatively you can mix the ingredients together with a hand held electric mixer, or with a whisk.
  • In a separate bowl whisk together the flour, cocoa powder, baking powder, cinnamon and salt and mix until well combined.
  • With the mixer off, add the flour mixture to the oil and sugar.  Then, add the strawberry jam.  Mix together for 1 – 2 minutes until everything is combined well.  
  • Using a 1 tablespoon mini scooper, or a spoon, place the dough onto a parchment lined cookie sheet.  Leave about 1 inch of space between each cookie.
  • Bake in the middle rack of your preheated oven for 10 – 12 minutes, being careful not to burn your cookies.  Note that your cookies will not change shape too much during the baking process.
  • As your cookies bake, remove from the oven and transfer immediately to a cooling rack to cool.


Although you can use any jam you like, we love the flavour that strawberry jam gives, and the bits of strawberry which find themselves into the cookies.
These cookies keep, in a covered container at room temperature, for a week.
These cookies freeze very well.  After baking and cooling, place the cookies in a freezer bag and freeze until you would like to enjoy them!

Thanks for sharing!


  1. Going to try these definitely.

    1. miakouppa says:

      Fantastic!! We hope you love them 🙂

  2. Carol Proko Easton says:

    Made these cookies yesterday with raspberry jam from Greece. They are delicious and so easy. They are disappearing quickly even though it’s Lent. Are they really “sinful”? Yes, sinfully delicious!!

    1. miakouppa says:

      That’s awesome to hear Carol!!! Thanks so much for letting us know. They are perfect lenten cookies aren’t they (almost too perfect 🙂 🙂 ) And Raspberry jam from Greece must have made them that much more delicious!


    I made these today, and they spread out like regular cookies. I used the English measurements rather than the metric. Do you think that that was the problem?

    1. miakouppa says:

      Hi Anna, How did the cookies otherwise taste? It could be that the measurements were off. When we make these they remain rounded and hold their shape even after baking. xoxo Helen & Billie

  4. Vickie Pilato says:

    Would you be able to to give me the quantity of the strawberry jam in cups or ml? Thank you!

    1. miakouppa says:

      Hi Vickie! So sorry we have missed your message – 200 grams of strawberry jam is about 2 cups. Hope that helps! xoxo Helen & Billie

  5. Shelley Spilkin says:

    What would be the correct measurements for halving the recipe please!

    1. miakouppa says:

      Hi Shelley, you can use 3/4 cups sugar, a little over a 1/3 of a cup oil, 1 1/3 cups flour, 1/4 cup cocoa powder, 200 grams jam and them simply half the rest of the ingredients as well. Also, you can adjust the serving size in most of our recipes by moving the bar over the listed serving size – the ingredients will change according to how you change the serving size! Hope that is helpful 😉 xoxo Helen & Billie

      1. shelley may spilkin says:

        Thanks so much!! Love all your recipes and posts!!

      2. miakouppa says:

        So happy to hear that! Thanks for being here with us 🙂 xoxo Helen & Billie

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