You know how it is, right?
Sometimes, you just need a sweet treat, and you don’t have the time or energy to whip up a batch of homemade cookies.
That’s when you reach for the store-bought vegan cookies. There’s a whole world of plant-based cookies out there, from chewy to crispy, sandwich cookies to cookie bars.
Let’s dive into some of the best vegan cookie brands you can find on your next grocery run.
Lenny & Larry’s is a family owned brand that prides itself on being vegan, kosher and GMO-free. The two owners, in which the brand is named after, have formulated a cookie that is not only cruelty-free but packed with either up to 8 g or 16 g of protein, giving you that extra energy you need.
The Complete Cookie comes in 14 flavours:
Birthday Cake, Chocolate Chip, Snickerdoodle, Coconut Chocolate Chip, Double Chocolate Peanut Butter Swirl, Double Chocolate, Peanut Butter, White Chocolate Macadamia, Lemon Poppy Seed, Oatmeal Raisin, Pumpkin SpiceBuy on Amazon
Oh, Emmy’s Organics, where do we even start? These vegan cookies are made with simple, organic ingredients that you can feel good about. They’ve got Soft & Chewy Coconut Cookies in flavors like Dark Cacao, Vanilla Bean, Chocolate Chip, Lemon Ginger, Birthday Cake, and Peanut Butter. Plus, they’ve got chocolate-covered cookie bites that are just to die for.
Nana’s Cookie Company was founded in 1992 by Miriam ‘Nana’ Diamond, who was inspired to design a delicious cookie but without the unhealthy ingredients. The cookies are sweetened with natural fruit juice rather than refined sugar, and their gluten-free range is 100% animal-free.
Classic Gluten Free Cookies come in 4 flavors: Chocolate, Chocolate Crunch, Ginger, Lemon
Maxine’s Heavenly offers Super Soft-Baked Cookies and Homemade-Style Crispy Cookies that are 100% vegan. Our current favorites? It’s hard to choose, but we’re loving the Walnut Banana Bread, Peanut Butter Chocolate Chunk, and Cinnamon Speculoos Crunch cookies.
Partake is always on our shopping list. They’ve got both crunchy and soft-baked cookies that are dairy-free and vegan. From classic chocolate chip to ginger snaps and lemon cookies, there’s a flavor for everyone. Plus, they’re free from gluten and the top nine allergens. And if you’re feeling adventurous, they also have baking mixes for pancakes and waffles.
We’ve been fans of Alternative Baking Co. for a long time. They’ve got a variety of vegan cookies, but we’re always reaching for the Colossal Chocolate Chip and Explosive Espresso Chip. They also have gluten-free options, like the soul-warming Cinnamon Burst GF cookie.
The famous Vienna Fingers which is a brand under the Kellogg’s company contain no animal products, so you can eat these without feeling guilty!
For more details on Vienna Finger’s vegan status, please read: Are Vienna Fingers Vegan?
Siete Foods doesn’t disappoint with their plant-based cookies. We’re currently loving their Mexican Wedding, Mexican Shortbread, and Mexican Chocolate cookies. They’re a nice change of pace from the usual cookie flavors, and the brand has a great family-rooted story.
Catalina Crunch is a keto-friendly brand that offers four dairy-free sandwich cookies. From Chocolate Vanilla and Peanut Butter to Vanilla Crème and Chocolate Mint, these cookies are a hit. Plus, they’re packed with protein, so you can feel good about indulging.
Back to Nature really is a vegan cookie goldmine. They’ve got everything from Chocolate Chunk and Fudge Mint to Lemon Wafer and Loaded Trail Mix Cookies. They also have creme treats that remind us of those accidentally vegan sandwich cookies we all love.
Newman’s Own has been a beacon in the health food scene since its beginning, with many attributing the late, great Paul Newman for spotlighting organic and GMO-free products. While it was a team effort, Newman’s Own boasts an array of high-quality vegan products.
One standout is the Newman O’s Creme-Filled Chocolate Biscuit, particularly the wheat & dairy-free variety. If you’re looking for an alternative to Oreos, this could be your new go-to.
Uncle Eddie’s Vegan Cookies is a family-run bakery in Los Angeles, California. They started with a simple mission: to bake cookies that taste like they’re fresh from your kitchen. When the recipe creator transitioned from vegetarian to vegan, he took it as a challenge to create delicious vegan cookies that everyone could enjoy.
They use top-quality, mostly organic ingredients, and are committed to sustainable agriculture. It’s a labor of love that results in cookies that remind you of the best homemade treats you’ve ever had.
If you’re looking for allergy-friendly vegan cookies, check out Enjoy Life. We can’t get enough of their snickerdoodle soft baked cookies and sugar crisp crunchy cookies. Just rememberto double-check the packaging for honey, as not all their products are vegan.
Tate’s Bake Shop has recently introduced two new vegan cookies: Chocolate Chip and Vanilla Maple. These crispy cookies are so good, they won’t last long in your pantry. We especially love dipping them in dairy-free milk for a late-night treat.
Cookie Cravings Conquered: Your Vegan Sweet Tooth Satisfied!
There you have it! A rundown of some of the best store-bought vegan cookies out there. Next time you’re at the grocery store, why not add a few of these to your cart? You won’t be disappointed.
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