If you’re looking for 100% vegan cookie dough brands you can buy in-store and online, you’re in luck! We’ve compiled 9+ cookie dough options that are entirely plant-based and delicious if you want a sweet treat.
Before we list out the brands – let’s address one common question…
Is cookie dough vegan? The answer is sometimes. Traditional cookie dough will have eggs which means that it’s not vegan and probably not safe to consume. However, there’s a good chance that edible cookie dough is vegan because manufacturers don’t want to give people salmonella raw eggs. But be careful… Just because the dough doesn’t have eggs, the chocolate chips in edible cookie dough may have dairy. Be sure to keep a lookout for both these things on the label.
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Now onto the list…
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EatPastry Cookie Dough
EatPastry has five flavors of cookie dough.
Snickerdoodle, Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip, gluten-free and regular Chocolate Chip, and Chocoholic Chip. They all bake in ten minutes, but let’s be honest, we’re not really baking the dough, now are we?
You can also bake these if you’re feeling so inclined to have real cookies! They make nice soft-baked cookies, not too hard at all, and you can make them big or small. Just be mindful of baking time.
It’s sold in stores and online, so you can satisfy your craving anytime, anywhere.
The ingredients are as follows: Unbleached Wheat Flour, Earth Balance® (Oil Blend [Palm Fruit, Canola and Olive Oils], Water, Salt, Contains Less Than 2% Of Natural Flavor, Sunflower Lecithin, Lactic Acid [Non-Dairy], Annatto Extract [Color]), Organic Evaporated Cane Juice, Peanut Butter (Ground Roasted Peanuts), Brown Cane Sugar, Apple Sauce (Apples, Water, Ascorbic Acid), Semi-Sweet Chocolate (Organic Cane Sugar, Unsweetened Chocolate, Cocoa Butter, Soy Lecithin [an emulsifier], Vanilla Bean Seeds), Pure Vanilla Extract, Baking Soda, Baking Powder (Monocalcium Phosphate, Sodium Bicarbonate, Corn Starch [made from nongenetically modified corn]), Sea Salt.**Ingredients vary from flavor to flavor – this is just a sample from one of their flavors.
DOH! Gourmet Cookie Dough
This brand has 3-flavors: Chocolate Chip, Peanut Butter, and Oatmeal Raisin.
And if you want all the sweet goodness of cookie dough without the guilt, these guys are putting on their cape to save you.
They use whole natural ingredients, and they’re so confident in their product they encourage you to eat it raw!
You can bake it if you’d like; the instructions are fairly simple.
They don’t really make flat cookies, they are kind of rounded at the top, but they taste just as good as eating the dough raw.
The ingredients are as follows: Certified Gluten-Free Oat Flour, Semi-Sweet Chocolate (Sugar, Cacao Beans, Cocoa Butter, Sunflower Lecithin, Real Vanilla), Organic Coconut Oil, Brown Sugar, Almond milk (Filtered Water, Almonds, Sea Salt, Locust Bean Gum, Sunflower Lecithin, Gellan Gum, Natural Flavor), Kosher Salt, Baking Soda, Pure Vanilla Extract (Organic Vanilla Bean Extractives, Water, Organic Alcohol, Organic Invert Sugar.
Sweet Megan Cookie Dough
Sweet Megan is a hit or miss.
Some people hate it, and some people love it.
Either way, it is an excellent vegan cookie dough option that can be eaten raw or baked.
They have three flavors: Sugar Cookie, Oatmeal Raisin, and of course, Chocolate Chip.
They also have a break and bake cookie dough if you do want to bake it, but that only comes in chocolate chip.
You can buy these online and in some stores in the tri-state area, so it’ll be up to you to give it a try.
The ingredients are as follows: GF oats, cane sugar, brown sugar, organic palm fruit shortening, baking soda, pumpkin, vanilla, salt, chocolate chips (non-dairy cocoa butter, non-alcoholic chocolate liquor, evaporated cane juice).**Ingredients vary from flavor to flavor
Hungryroot Almond Chickpea Cookie Dough
Hungryroot is a subscription service.
I lead with this because it might not be the best option if you’re looking for a quick fix. Sometimes they have it on Amazon, but it usually goes like bottled water during a hurricane because this stuff is amazingly good.
Almond and chickpea don’t sound like they would go together, but they work very well in this case.
You can eat it raw, bake it, and some people even make cookie dough balls by dipping them in chocolate (a personal favorite). If you do give this cookie dough a try, it’s certainly worth it.
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The ingredients are as follows: Chickpeas, Coconut Sugar, Unsweetened Almond Butter, Sesame Tahini, Vegan Chocolate Chips (Evaporated Cane Juice, Natural Chocolate Liquor (Non-Alcoholic), Non-Dairy Cocoa Butter), Maple Syrup, Vanilla Extract, Sea Salt, Baking Powder, Baking Soda.
Cappello’s Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough
Now, this is one dough that tastes better baked than raw.
It makes the softest, most delicious vegan cookies you will ever taste.
They don’t flatten out and become thin, and they have a slight puff to them, kind of like Chips Ahoy soft-baked cookies.
They come in four flavors: Chocolate chip, Double Chocolate, Ginger Snap, and Lemon Zest.
Those last two you won’t find in any other vegan brand, so these are definitely worth giving a try, if even for the ginger snaps.
The ingredients are as follows: Almond Flour, Chocolate Chunks (Evaporated Cane Juice, Natural Chocolate Liquor (Non-Alcoholic), Non-Dairy Cocoa Butter) Organic Grade B Vermont Maple Syrup, Arrowroot Flour, Organic Sea Salt, Organic Vanilla Extract, Baking Soda**Ingredients vary from flavor to flavor.
Because Cookie Dough
These don’t have stellar reviews, but they are still pretty good.
They have three flavors: Chocolate Chip, Oatmeal Chocolate Chip, and Double Chocolate.
And they have the dry mix, in case you’re skeptical about wet mix through the mail. You can order them on their site and some online retailers like Amazon.
You can also get this in a snack size if you’re serious about only eating the dough. They have various choices on their website if you want to try more than one flavor.
The ingredients are as follows: Brown Rice Flour*, Coconut Sugar*, Gluten-Free Oat Flour*, Dark Chocolate Chips* (Unsweetened Chocolate, Cane Sugar Cocoa Butter), Coconut Oil*, Coconut Nectar*, Applesauce (Apples, Water, Ascorbic Acid [Vitamin C])*, Water, Sunflower Oil*, Sunflower Lecithin*, Arrowroot Flour*, Baking Soda, Vanilla Extract*, Himalayan Salt.*Denotes Non-GMO Ingredient.**Ingredients vary from flavor to flavor
Rawmio Almond Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough
If you want that Hungryroot taste without the subscription attached.
Rawmio has got you covered.
It doesn’t have chickpeas, which was mainly used for protein and nutrient-density purposes, because Hungryroot is a healthier meal subscription service.
But it does have the almond base, which is where all the yum comes from. It has kind of the same consistency; it’s a little thinner because of the missing chickpeas, but still impressive.
The ingredients are as follows: Raw Almonds*, Coconut Sugar*, Maca*, Himalayan Salt, Vanilla Bean Powder*, Raw Chocolate Chips* (Cacao Nibs*, Coconut Sugar*, Cacao Butter*)*Certified Organic.
Just Cookie Dough
This cookie dough keeps it nice and simple while not compromising flavor or texture.
You can eat this raw, but it tastes just as good baked and is worth the bake time.
They suggest making a skillet cookie, but that takes a little longer.
They have three flavors: Chocolate Chip, Birthday Cake, and Chocolate Mint.
This also comes in a snack since most of us buy it to eat it raw anyway.
The ingredients are as follows: Wheat Flour, Sugar, Semi-Sweet Chocolate Chips [sugar, unsweetened chocolate, cocoa butter, dextrose, soy lecithin, natural vanilla extract], Palm Shortening (palm oil, palm stearin), Water, Expeller-Pressed Canola Oil, Invert Sugar, Contains less than 2% of Molasses, Whole Grain Sorghum Flour, Salt, Natural Flavors, Baking Soda, Oat Bran, Oat Hull Fiber, Soy Lecithin, Xanthan Gum, Sodium Alginate. Contains wheat, soy.**Ingredients vary from flavor to flavor.
Alpendough Vegan Cookie Dough
Another spoon-ready dough, and this one comes by the pound.
It comes in 3 flavors: Snickerdoodle, Chocolate chip, and Double Chocolate Chip.
They take about 10 minutes to bake, depending on the size of the spoonful you put on the baking sheet.
You can buy the regular-sized tub, which is one pound, but they also have food service tubs that come in a whopping 10 pounds. And that may be the way to go if you’re like me.
You can get these online and in some stores.
The ingredients are as follows: Bob’s Red Mill gluten-free whole grain oat flour, organic evaporated cane juice, organic coconut oil, organic maple syrup, organic coconut milk, organic dark brown sugar (non-bone char), water, tapioca flour, less than 2% of organic vanilla extract, baking soda, sea salt, xanthan gum, organic cinnamon, baking powder (aluminum-free)**Ingredients vary from flavor to flavor.
There are lots of different ingredient statements floating around for these, so we did our best to find a sample one so you can get a feel for each brand. As always, double-check before buying – especially if you’ve got allergies.
Hey, I’m Joey. I’ve been cooking since I was a little kid and love everything about it. You can find my writing about food, kitchen appliances (such as blenders) and much more. Thanks for stopping by!
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