Vegan is one of our favorite words, especially when it comes to baking because it means less guilty desserts, cookie dough you can eat raw and maybe even cookies you can eat for breakfast (!!). Even if you don’t normally eat vegan food we think these cookie recipes will convince you to lose the eggs and enjoy some healthy(er) desserts.

1. Double Chocolate Almond Florentines: Delicious, gluten-free and with no added fat, these cookies are the perfect sweet treat. (via Seasons And Suppers)

2. Vegan Samoas: The taste of a Girl Scout Cookie without as much of the guilt = mmm. (via My Whole Food Life)

3. Striped Coconut Shortbread Jamprints: This crumbly shortbread cookie is lightly flavored with coconut oil and sweetened by chocolate and jam. (via Half Full)

4. Flourless Fudge Cookies: Everything you love about milk and cookies but with nutrients your body actually needs. (via Healthful Pursuit)

5. Pumpkin Chocolate Cookies: Generously drizzle the melted chocolate over the cookies. Eat immediately for gooey results, or let sit and enjoy a hardened chocolate shell. (via Half Full)

6. Dark Chocolate Cherry Oatmeal Cookies: Made with wholesome ingredients like oat flour, rolled oats, dried cherries, and maple syrup you could totally eat these cookies for breakfast. (via Making Thyme For Health)

7. Purple Sweet Potato Alfajores: An exotic take on an Argentinian classic, these vegan purple sweet potato alfajores are filled with coconut dulce le leche and dusted with powdered sugar. (via Vegan Miam)

8. Breakfast Cookies: These super healthy cookies are substantial, just sweet enough and with a touch of savory that makes you want another one. (via Goodliscious)

9. Lemon Poppy Seed Cookies: You can make these plain, or top them with a simple glaze of lemon juice and some confectioner’s sugar. (via The Pretty Bee)

10. Chocolate Coconut Cookie Dough Blizzard: Using coconut butter instead of raw eggs means you can eat all the cookie dough you want! (via Half Baked Harvest)

11. Salted Caramel Chocolate Ice Cream Sandwiches: Vegan or not, you’ll fall in love with these creamy, caramel-y, slightly salted ice cream sandwiches specked with dark chocolate. (via The Sweet Life)

12. Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies: You don’t need a mixer, and you don’t need to chill the dough which means that the only thing standing between you and a pan of warm, melty cookies is seven minutes of oven time. (via A Baking Girl)

13. Vegan Candy Bar Cookies: Soft, chewy, sweet, slightly salty, and with a candy bar surprise, you won’t believe these cookies are vegan. (via The Sweet Life)

14. Peanut Butter and Chocolate Ice Cream Sandwiches: Here are fudgy chocolate cookies sandwiching some creamy banana ice cream, some melty chocolate chunks and a salted caramel drizzle. (via Honey And Figs Kitchen)

15. Red Velvet Crinkle Cookies: Chewy on the inside, crisp on the outside, these red velvet cookies are certain to be a hit at your next party. (via Keepin’ It Kind)

Do these vegan cookies inspire you to go egg-less? Let us know in the comments below!