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Cookie dough is an art form unto itself, and we’re beyond thrilled to watch the number of vegan cookie dough brands multiply before our eyes. It makes sense—the demand for plant-based products is growing as more people learn about the abhorrent cruelty in the egg and dairy industries. Be the first in line to support the following companies that are kinder to animals, our health, and the planet:


Flavors include Chocolate Chip, Chocoholic Chip, Gluten-Free Snickerdoodle, Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip, and a gluten-free version of Chocolate Chip.


Is there such a thing as guilt-free cookie dough? This company gets as close as possible by using whole, natural ingredients.


We love this company’s backstory—two conscious foodies from Colorado wanted to start a vegan cookie dough company. You can find Alpendough’s Snickerdoodle, Chocolate Chip, and Double Chocolate Chip flavors in stores or online through Vegan Essentials.


This company makes gluten-free products from sweet potatoes, chickpeas, and almonds, to name a few ingredients. The Almond Chickpea Cookie Dough features chickpeas, coconut sugar, unsweetened almond butter, vegan chocolate chips, and more. Yummmmm.


Capello’s sumptuous chocolate chip cookie dough features ingredients including almond flour, organic Vermont maple syrup, and dark-chocolate morsels to create a nutrient-dense, low-glycemic treat. In addition to being vegan, it’s also gluten-free, non-GMO, and kosher.

Because Cookie Dough

Because offers cookie dough fans Chocolate Chip, Mint Chocolate, and Vanilla Chai flavors, as well as single-serving cups of cake batter. The company’s products are all gluten-free, vegan, soy-free, and sweetened with coconut sugar and dates.

Sweet Loren’s

Sweet Loren’s Edible Cookie Dough, in Chocolate Chunk and Birthday Cake flavors, is insanely addictive and readily available at grocery stores across the country. The company also offers four mouthwatering flavors of ready-to-bake cookies. You’ve been warned.

Simple Truth

You know progress is occurring when a huge grocery chain is rolling out its own line of vegan foods. And by offering its Vegan Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough for just $2.99, Kroger could be creating a (cookie) monster.

For more sweet treats, check out our definitive vegan chocolate guide or some of our favorite brands of vegan ice cream.

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