I am finally going to get a new kitchen - Yippeeeeee!
At least we scratched the old paper of the wall and threw out all the old kitchen units. Tomorrow we will paint it in new color and after a new floor the hardest part is over!
As I don't know how much I can bake the next couple of days I produced these cookies ahead.
Why they are called Choco-Choco-Cookies?
Well it's just because they are sooo choco-chocolately. I hope you enjoy them as much as I do.

For about 25 Cookies:
1/2 pound spelt flour (250g)
11 oz. raw cane sugar (160g)
3 oz. fine oat flakes (50g)
1,5 tablespoons cocoa
0,5 teaspoons baking powder
1 pinch of salt
Pulp of a vanilla pod
3 oz. of any crunchy choco muesli/cereal/granola (50g) (or again 3 oz. of oak flakes)
12 oz. vegan shortening (180g), room temperature
3 fl. oz soy-rice-drink (50ml) or any kind of vegan milk
7 oz. baking chocolate (100g)

Mix the flour, sugar, oat flakes, muesli, cocoa, baking powder, vanilla and salt. Work it together with the soy-rice-drink and the butter to a smooth dough.
Chop the choclate and stir it in the dough.
For the cookies: form balls of about 3 oz. (30g) on the baking sheet and flatten them. Bake them at 350°F (180°C) for about 12-16 minutes at top-bottom-heat.

Enjoy fall ;-)

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