Chocolate chunk, peanut butter, snickerdoodle — cookies come in all varieties. And now, you can also find cookies that are healthy, nutritious, and made from real ingredients.
Go Crazy For These Cookies
It's common knowledge that many commercial cookies taste so good because the stuff that goes into them is so bad, including preservatives, processed sugars, and additives. But what if there was a different way?
There most certainly is, as none of the cookies we sell use artificial or synthetic compounds. And they certainly don't sacrifice flavor and texture to do so.
Top Cookies Brands
These brands are among the best bakers:
Maxine's Heavenly keeps all the love and care of their traditional family recipe, but substitutes out the gluten, dairy, and processed sugars. The result is nutritious cookies made from pure ingredients.
Enjoy Life understands the needs of cookie lovers with dietary restrictions and food intolerances. To help better serve these consumers, the brand has achieved Non-GMO Project verification for all its products, as well as built the largest allergen-free factory in North America.
This brand not only specializes in sprouting seeds for more nutritious snacks, but also cookies. Go Raw's focus on whole foods and organic products makes them a favorite for many.
These cookies are perfect for a mid-afternoon snack or a post-dinner dessert:
Peanut Butter Chocolate Chunk Cookies
Scratch-made peanut butter, rich chocolate chunks, coconut sugar, and dates all make for a delectably soft-baked cookie. These sweet treats are also non-GMO, gluten-free, soy-free, so you can enjoy them responsibly.
Snickerdoodle Soft Baked Cookies
These soft-baked snickerdoodle cookies nail the spicy cinnamon flavor while also being allergy-friendly and full of nutrients.
On a vegan diet but don't want to quit eating cookies? You won't have to with these products:
Sprouted Cookie Crisps, Ginger Snap
These "super cookies" are made with just four ingredients: coconut, sesame seeds, dates, and ginger. And they still achieve a great plant-based taste without dairy, soy, or gluten.
Double Chocolate Cookies
Simple Mills knows how to make delicious cookies out of whole, real foods like tigernuts, konjac root, and coconut sugar. Your taste buds won't believe the richness of these vegan double chocolate goodies.
Cookies should be enjoyed by everyone! Including those with nut allergies:
Snack ’N Go Gluten-Free Chocolate Chip Cookies
These nut-free cookies are perfect for school lunches and post-soccer practice snacks. Best of all, Lucy's makes all-natural, non-GMO cookies with 0 grams of trans fats.
Soft Baked Double Chocolate Brownie Mini Cookies
Not only do these nut-free brownie cookies contain double chocolate, but also nutrient-dense ancient grains and buckwheat flour.
3 Recipes For Healthier, Better Cookies
Cookies can be healthy! Believe us — or learn for yourself with these recipes:
Oatmeal Raisin Cookies You’ll Enjoy
Oatmeal raisin cookies get a bad rep, but they are delicious treats, made even better with this vegan-friendly recipe.
Eat All The Cookie Dough You Want
Cookie dough is good enough on its own, no need to bake it. And if you're gluten-free, we've got a way for you to enjoy edible cookie dough without having to worry about what's inside it.
Black And White Cookies Without The Allergens
Partial to traditional black and white cookies but not the usual ingredients? You can make your allergen-free batch of these iced treats.