Vegan cookies on the monolith

  • Ingredients

    Ingredients for 12 cookies:

    50 g coconut oil

    100 g brown sugar

    30 ml plant milk

    1 tsp cornflour

    90 g wheat flour

    1 sachet baking powder

    For chocolate cookies:

    2 tbsp cocoa

    100 g dark chocolate, chopped

    As topping, dark chocolate, chopped

    Other options:

    1 tbsp cranberries

    1 tbsp macadamia, lightly chopped

    Chopped white chocolate as a topping

  • Preparation

    Barbecuing with family and friends on warm summer evenings, sitting together, enjoying the many delicacies, talking and laughing - what could be better? We love it! To round off the evening even better, a little dessert is the perfect accompaniment. We recommend the vegan cookies on the Monolith by Florian Zorn. It's that simple:

    Cut out baking paper the size of a pizza stone. Set the Monolith to 180°C, indirect heat.

    Mix the coconut oil, brown sugar and plant milk well.
    Mix the flour, cornflour and baking powder together, add to the mixture and knead well. At this point, mix in the desired ingredients.

    Using a tablespoon, spread 5-6 mounds of dough (maximum half of the dough) evenly on the baking paper and bake on the hot pizza stone for approx. 13 minutes.

    2 minutes before the end, spread the chopped chocolate over the cookies.

    Enjoy your meal!

A recipe from: Florian Zorn


Florian (Flo) Zorn is 33 years old and a passionate amateur chef and barbecue enthusiast - and has been since he was a child. He loves to think outside the box and try out new dishes. Thanks to its versatility, the Monolith is often used for this, and you can see what he creates on his channel@grill_n_cookon Instagram.