I Try Making Taylor Swift’s Favourite Cookies VEGAN

In today’s video we’re trying out Taylor Swift’s favourite cookies. You folks know I love a good cookie recipe and I love to try out a …


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  1. As a vegan how can you support auch disguisting brain dead person that causes so much harm and pollution to the environment, buys and promotes leather, and buys purebred designer cats that are known to have problems with breathing and heart? She directly influences fans to also buy such animals instead of adopting. Imagine you have AAAAL this money and can help so many animals, but no, you buy purebreds and tout yourself as cat lover 🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮


  2. These looked good. I did try making the strawberry, white chip with spice one. Veganized of course, they were fine. They just reminded me of a sugar cookie with some spice. Could be because vegan white chip doesn’t have that much flavor to me. I do think some macadamia nuts would have made them better. I’m not really a fan of TS, but the dried strawberries and chips seemed interesting to me. I don’t think I would bother again though. Best

  3. As a Swiftie, I make the chai ones every year at Christmas however, for the icing I do just a little bit of cinnamon and no eggnog or nutmeg since I don’t like them lol and they come out really good. Those are my fave hands down.

  4. I couldn’t care less what T.S likes to eat, but when I saw cookies I couldn’t help but watch the video. I made the chocolate chunk oatmeal ones. They’re delicious! 🤤 thank you for that! 🙏

  5. I did't see any salt in the recipes were it is IN the cookie batter before baking (or I could have missed it). Did the cookies taste off because of this?

  6. Fun… baking recipes! Love to bake, former professional baker here. 🙂 Thanks for your videos! P.S. Batter is runnier/soupy like cake batter and dough you can roll out or form balls.

  7. Cookies look good! I hate to be the bearer of bad news but you actually shouldn’t eat the cookie dough raw because of the flour. The uncooked flour can contain bacteria like E. coli. If you look at the flour bag it will say not to consume raw. Everyone do what they feel comfortable withbut in case you didn’t know!

  8. Love 🥰 this recipe video Candice and it was good to see Candice do baking since it's going out of her comfort zone ( it's good for you to go out of your comfort zone now and again). I don't do much baking I don't see the point doing it just for one person.

  9. 8:05 Although the risk is low, raw flour can still be contaminated with E. coli, salmonella, listeria, etc. which is why most flour brands list somewhere on the package that flour shouldn’t be consumed raw. So even though this cookie dough is vegan, it is not risk free to eat it in its raw state. If you want to safely eat “raw” cookie dough, you can actually toast your flour in the oven or even heat it in the microwave for a few minutes to kill any harmful bacteria!

  10. I don't know how it is in Canada, but I know here in the UK, white sugar is refined using bone char. Just FYI, not wanting to cause any soul anxiety. It hurt me when I found out.

  11. I get drunk off life whenever I make cookies, so I wouldn't have thought twice if Candice hadn't mentioned it. 🙂 Cookies are the best

  12. My friend loves T.S and she's vegan. I'd love to make them her as a friends mother's day present because mom life is harder than I think

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