Yes, this Girl Scout bestseller is completely vegan and the vegan community is catching on. Widely considered the best by Girl Scout cookie fans, these guilty pleasures are pepperminty and chocolaty with a crisp cookie layer. Even if they’re not your number one favorite Girl Scout cookies, they’re undeniably good.
These yummy cookies are addictive, and thankfully, they’re vegan. They’re sweet and delicious with crunchy peanut butter cookies on the outside and a creamy peanut butter center. Perfect with a glass of your favorite dairy-free milk.
If you want a light snack for the road or you’re just craving animal cookies, Trader Joe’s Organic Animal Crackers make a great vegan option. People love them for their satisfying crunch and hint of sweetness. Some reviews have called them a little too crunchy, but you can always dunk them in your coffee or tea to solve that.
We bet you’d be surprised at just how many Girl Scout cookies are vegan. Lemon lovers rejoice — these tangy citrus delights are on the vegan-safe list, too. They’re shortbread cookies, so they’re crumbly, soft and sweet, and their lemony flavor is nice and delicate.
That crave-worthy New England maple flavor just melts in your mouth. Trader Joe’s makes these maple sandwich cookies in pretty little leaf shapes that look great on a plate for a party or tea time. But beware: they’re so good you might find yourself at the bottom of the box before they even make it to the party.
Better than Oreos, chocolate flavored Country Choice Organic Sandwich Cremes look and taste just like Oreos but boast all organic ingredients. The creme in the middle is satiny and sweet while the outer cookie provides a nice crunch. This is the ultimate companion to a glass of almond or soy milk.
Handmade in small batches for extra freshness and quality, these soft-baked treats are the next best thing to homemade cookies. According to reviewers, they’re not as sweet as other chocolate chip cookies, so if you’re a bittersweet chocolate fan, you might want to give these a try.
What if we told you that the California company Gourmet Treats makes totally healthy, totally vegan breakfast cookies? Delicious and not overwhelmingly dessert-like, they’re packed with whole grains, protein and fiber. Grab them for snacks or breakfast on the go.
Banana Flavor Ingredients: flour, palm shortening, brown rice syrup, banana puree, wheat germ, flax seed, dates, water, soluble fiber prebiotic, coconut, energy smart, gluten flour, molasses, natural flavors, baking soda, xanthan gum, citrus flour, sea salt.
These are technically the same Girl Scout cookie type as Tagalongs, but they’re all vegan — Tagalongs aren’t. This is because Girl Scouts of America uses two different bakers for their cookies. Just be careful to read the ingredients if you come across a box of Girl Scout Peanut Butter Patties (although the non-vegan box should be properly labeled as Tagalongs). You’ll be mighty glad if you can get your hands on a box of the vegan Peanut Butter Patties because they’re perfectly balanced: soft, crunchy and sweet with a savory depth that iconic peanut butter and chocolate combo is famous for.
It seems like Alternative Baking Company cookies are in almost every natural food store and chain supermarket. The vegan brand offers an array of crazy-good options that non-vegans would never suspect are 100% plant-based. Their chocolate chip cookies are chewy and freezable so you can stock up for when you need a fix, and they use organic and natural sweeteners to boot.
Snickerdoodles are classics, and these Trader Joe’s cookies are no exception. Sugary-sweet with the dash of cinnamon, they make divine coffee or tea dunkers. Best of all, they’re super allergen-friendly: no wheat, gluten, peanuts, tree nuts or soy.
Enjoy Life Cookies
From gingerbread, to snickerdoodle, to chocolate chip, Enjoy Life makes just about any kind of cookie your heart might desire in crisp and soft textures. They’re also sans multiple allergens, including gluten, peanuts and tree nuts. If you can’t decide which cookie to try, go for the variety pack and sample all the light and luscious flavors.
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Those mint-flavored Oreos that come out around the holidays have met their match in Annie’s Chocolate Mint Sandwich Cookies. Chocolaty with a creamy mint center, these winners have absolutely no bad reviews. They’re that good.
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Most macaroons are made with egg whites, but no need to search far and wide for a vegan version of this teatime favorite — Emmy’s will come to the rescue. All of Emmy’s flavors are pleasantly light and natural-tasting, and their lemon ginger macaroons are spicy and coconuty with a lovely spongy texture.
Say thank you with cookies instead of a card. These classic shortbreads have “Thank You” embossed on top in multiple languages. They’re yummy all by themselves, but bakers also love them for pie crusts and crumbles. Girl Scout Thanks-A-Lots are seasonal, so check the dates and buy them when they come out as they’re best fresh.
Much like shortbread cookies, these chocolate treats are versatile. Their rich chocolate taste and crumbly texture are perfect for turning into dairy-free ice cream toppings. They also make ingenious mini-scoops for peanut butter.
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You may have seen Lenny and Larry’s cookies in your local grocery store or smoothie shop, and honestly, you should give them a try if you haven’t already. Lenny and Larry’s devotees love their cookies for their moist texture and balanced flavor — no over-the-top sugariness here.
Nana’s No Wheat Chocolate Chip Cookies aren’t dry like many other wheat-free cookies out there, and the company makes lots of fun flavors like orange-cranberry and chocolate. The biggest issue reviewers seem to have is that, despite the brand’s advertising, its cookies do have refined sugar. But those who don’t mind the refined sugar rave about the quality and taste.
Uncle Eddie’s is a small-batch brand, and you can tell — many folks have commented on these cookies’ fresh, straight-out-of-the-kitchen taste. Uncle Eddie’s has discovered the perfect ratio of cookie sweetness to chocolate flavor, neither overwhelming nor lacking.
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They may not look like traditional cookies, but don’t let the appearance fool you. Chunkie Dunkies are extra chewy, chunky, raw vegan cookies chock full of yummy chocolate chips, nuts and coconut. They’re dense and filling with an impressive nutritional profile, and best of all, they taste just like chocolate chip cookie dough.
These wholesome cookies will knock your socks off. The lemon flavor seems to be quite the crowd pleaser, reminiscent of a shortbread cookie with a lemon zing. They’re also gluten, refined sugar and guilt-free.
These are similar to Biscoffs, those European biscuit cookies that go on the side of a steaming cup of espresso. They have the delightful snap of Biscoffs but a more robust flavor with caramelized cinnamon spice. You can dip them in coffee or tea or even crush them up and use them as a base for pies or layered cookies.
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There’s nothing quite like a vanilla creme sandwich cookie. Keebler Vienna Fingers are vegan and will hit the spot when you need something sweet. Loved by kids and adults, they’re simple but delicious, and chances are good that your local supermarket stocks them.
Back to Nature is another big name brand on supermarket shelves, and its peanut butter cookies are smooth and irresistible. Salty and sweet, reviews say you can tell they’re made from real peanuts. No processed, chemically tastes here, just peanut butter goodness.
Talk about the classics. If you’ve ever had a Biscoff cookie, you know how difficult it is to describe. It’s subtly sweet, airy and uniquely spiced, kind of like if caramel and cinnamon melted together into a crunchy cookie. Biscoffs are fabulous for tea, baked goods and vegan cookie butter (think something like a Nutella-type spread, but cookie-flavored — yum).
These Oreo-type cookies are easy to find at the store and will be gobbled up fast. Get your vegan milk ready to dunk them into. Newman’s Own also makes other flavors like double chocolate for chocolate lovers and ginger creme if you’re feeling adventurous.
You’re probably thinking it, and you’re correct: the artist Zac Brown is indeed the owner of this brand of cookies. But they have more going for them than their ties to an incredibly cool artist. They’re soft-baked, sweet and allergen-friendly with a consistently good quality. Just read the reviews.
Too often, when we go for the “healthy” option we compromise in the taste department. That’s not the case with these energy cookies. While they’re packed with superfood ingredients and plant-based protein, they still taste like a guilty pleasure should. They’re filling, too, so they make a great snack between meals.
These cookies are tasty and a little grainier than your average cookie according to reviewers. That’s probably because they’re oat and seed-based, nutritious and delicious. Wholesome cookie lovers adore them, especially because you can buy them in bulk and freeze them for later.
If these yummy treats remind you of homemade cookies, it’s because they are. Thumbs Cookies are baked fresh by hand and come in tempting flavor combinations like lemon lavender and rosemary pecan. If you’re looking for something tasty and different, these will exceed your expectations.
We can’t find a single negative remark about these cookies. Just exceptional quality and taste across the board. They’re described as subtle in flavor, light, flaky and extremely satisfying. Before you know it, you’ve gone through more than a few (boxes).
Don’t be deterred by the lack of reviews on Amazon. These cookies are delectable and fresh-tasting. They come in four equally scrumptious flavors and can beat the big brands in unique flavor any day.
Protein bar meets cookie in this pea-protein snack. While some protein cookies are dry and powdery, these are tender and sweet. Try them if you’re looking for a pick-me-up in the afternoon.
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The quinoa flour in these chocolate chip cookies can come across as a little grainy, but the dark chocolate chips definitely pick up the slack. At the same time, there’s a lovely sweet and savory quality about these cookies you won’t want to miss.
These are great “palette cookies” — thin, crispy and made for spreads. Slather them in peanut butter or dairy-free hazelnut spread to take them over the top. They come in three flavors to mix and match with your toppings, so have fun.
People say that these mini cookies won’t be what you expect, but they grow on you fast. Made with simple, straight-forward ingredients, they’re fantastic options for those trying to get away from sugary, processed stuff. The chocolate flavor is a favorite.
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These taste exactly like what they promise: like you’re breaking the rules. They’re sinfully delicious vegan cookies, soft baked and bursting with flavor. It’s hard enough to eat just one, but they come in four fabulous flavors you’re probably going to want to try.
No Cow’s protein cookies are hit or miss with reviewers. Some rave about their nutritional value and dessert-like decadence while others find them dry and less flavorful than they’d like. They do come in multiple flavors, so it may simply be a matter of finding the right one.
These cookies are the safest bet you can find if you’re looking for a classroom treat. They’re the the perfect size and suitable for kids with multiple allergies (or adults craving a late-night snack). They come in a few flavors, including a delicious lemon cookie if you’re trying to wean the kids off the usual chocolate.
You’ll have to watch yourself with these because they’re so good you could easily eat the whole box. They’re delightfully moist with sweet chocolate chips and a whopping 16 grams of protein per cookie. They can be a little pricey, but they’re totally worth it if you’re looking for a tasty, filling snack.
What’s not to love about banana maple cookies? FreeYum cookies are great for kids and adults with multiple allergies and, most importantly, they taste seriously good. They come in a few varieties and pack tons of flavor into perfect little snack-size cookies.
Shortbread cookies like these are great anytime treats, but these are especially hearty with cranberries and nuts, making them a quick breakfast option if you just don’t have the time. They’re not overly sweet, which almost makes you forget that you’re eating cookies. That would explain why you go can through so many at a time.
If you read the reviews, you might see these cookies described as the best gluten-free vegan cookies available for purchase. The chocolate chip flavor is ultra decadent with mouthwatering, chocolaty chunks. Try the maple pecan, almond chia seed or oatmeal raisin cookies, too.
It began in the Living Kitchen restaurant in Charlotte, N.C. Now this decadent, guilt-free vegan cookie is available in stores across multiple states and online at Amazon. It’s made from healthy, high-quality ingredients like sprouted almonds, organic cacao nibs and Himalayan sea salt so you can feel good about satisfying your sweet tooth.
As we’ve proven throughout this list, cookies can be tasty and functional. Pure Pregnancy Mommy Cookies are not only delicious, they claim to help with common pregnancy problems like digestion and constipation. But you don’t have to be pregnant to enjoy them — they’re great for mommy, baby and anyone tall enough to reach them in the kitchen cabinet.
The Bakeology team brings you cookie bites you’ll have a tough time eating just a few of, especially since they come in three delish flavors. They’re crunchy and crumbly, so there’s no way to hide it once you’ve finished off the bag.
This giant cookie will take you a while to get through because it’s basically the size of your hand. But that’s not a bad thing because it’s so good. Just don’t leave it out too long or it may dry out. What a shame — you’ll just have to eat it all with a big glass of soy milk or, if you’re feeling generous, get a friend to help out.
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