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Vegan Cookies at Starbucks!

Vegan Cookies at Starbucks!

Yes, you read that right: Starbucks now has vegan cookies. As if Starbucks weren’t already super vegan-friendly simply by offering soy milk, now it has something that you can dunk in that soy latte. Among a plethora of new healthy snacks it’s carrying, like fruit and nut bars, granola, and fruit snacks, Starbucks is now carrying vegan and allergy-friendly Lucy’s cookies.

When Dr. Lucy Gibney, the mastermind behind these delicious cookies, learned that her child suffers from severe food allergies, she decided to do some serious cookie research to find a recipe that would be safe for her little one to enjoy. What she stumbled upon led her to create her very own recipe for cookie success!

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  • Richard Fitzpatrick says:

    I am glad that Starbuck’s now has these cookies. I find it really good for the environmental structure of our great planet.

  • Ann says:

    I am glad starbucks is serving vegan cookies. Now I want to start going there again. Not only do I have dairy allergies but can’t stand eating a product containing dairy because of the violence the poor animals go thru at the farms. Baby cows are taken from there mothers and slaughterd for veal. The mothers suffer imotional pain from being seperated from there babies. After giving milk in cramped conditions they only get thanked by being slaughterd in a violent way. Why people can still eat dairy without grief is beyond me.

  • Jeannie says:

    I am a vegetarian and my daughter is vegan, I really applaud her for her values even though she is teased almost daily for her beliefs at school she still stands strong and never resorts to their tactics.She has passed out information packets and is trying to start her own club.
    It’s nice to see mainstream places taking a chance and adding out of the norm things in their places for those of us who are trying to make a difference in our world

  • Terri Dipperstein says:

    So many people think EGGS are necessary to make a good cookie. It is nice to see a product which does not exploit some poor little chicken. Chickens live in deplorable conditions. I would much rather have a product that does not contain eggs. Eggs aren’t even good for you. For years, they were part of health food shakes, etc. When if fact, they are high in cholesterol and not good for you at all. So I say “Good for you, Lucy’s Cookies” for bringing vegan cookies to the mainstream.

  • Samantha says:

    LOVE these cookies, tried the sugar kind over the holidays (coworker new I was vegan and bought them for me for a xmas gift – how sweet!). I would LOVE to try each variety, MMM… 🙂

  • Sarah says:

    I am happy to see that Starbucks is offering vegan cookies. Last time I was at the Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf, the lemon bars looked so good but they were not vegan. I had to go home and bake my own vegan lemon bars using a recipe from ,”The Joy of Vegan Baking”. I have vegan granulated sugar but have not been able to find vegan powdered sugar or brown sugar. Has anyone else found any? BTW, most of the sugar in our country is processed by using charred animal bones except raw sugar. And what part of the animal are non-vegan wines filtered through?

  • Sandy says:

    They are yumo!!!

  • Maria Riedyk says:

    I can relate to food allergies, wow, they can be severe. I even passed out just before I called the ambulance. Woke up in emergency covered with hives from my ankles to my face. The doctors scratched their heads but could find nothing wrong with me.
    All I can think off is that I must have eaten something that did not agree with me that afternoon when the neighbour offered me coffee and two cookies.
    Coffee = natural, but cookies I wonder did they have lard in it?
    I am glad that Starbucks is carrying this line of cookies, and next time I will pick up a box when I am in the store.
    In the meantime, I will keep my fingers and toes crossed to win some, that would be a real treat!