Tate’s Bake Shop, based in Southampton, NY, has just launched its first line of vegan cookies. The new range has been developed with vegetable butter and egg substitutes to guarantee the same buttery taste as its original cookies. Tate’s vegan cookies are available in chocolate chip and vanilla maple flavors and are certified vegan by Vegan.org.
“As a brand committed to delighting consumers with delicious new treats, we are very excited to launch a vegan variety of our cookies,” said Lauren Sella, Marketing Director of Tate’s Bake Shop, in a statement. “Tate’s remains committed to providing uncompromising craftsmanship quality with all products while meeting the changing tastes of our customers.”
The vegan range has been developed to serve a wider clientele and is certified Kosher Pareve by Orthodox Union. “Having launched our gluten-free cookies over ten years ago, we look forward to introducing our vegan cookies and continuing to grow with the changing lifestyles of our customers,” said Sella. “We hope Tate’s premium vegan cookies appeal to the many people who incorporate plant-based foods into their choices. “
Tate’s line of vegan cookies are now available on the Whole Foods Market nationwide and on the company’s website, Amazon, and select regional grocery stores.
Party-worthy vegan cookies
Accidentally vegan cookies, such as Oreos, have been around for decades, and new vegan cookies (by design) are popping up everywhere. With Tate’s vegan cookies on the shelves, this year’s National Cookie Day (December 4) will feature plenty of vegan options.
Last year, Insomnia Cookies launched its first line of vegan cookies, which means a new batch of hot cookies can be delivered to your door until 3 a.m. Insomnia’s vegan cookies are available at all of its bakeries and for nationwide delivery individually or in packs of six in Chocolate Chunk, Double Chocolate Chunk, and Birthday Cake flavors.
In New York City, bakery Chip NYC also launched its first vegan cookie option last year. Decadent vegan chocolate chip cookie, launched to celebrate its fifth New York location and first Brooklyn location, is made with oat milk instead of eggs and coconut oil instead of butter to create a gooey cookie that rivals other cookie offerings from Chip NYC.
On the other side in San Diego, Maya Madsen has been running her vegan cookie business since 2015. As the COVID-19 pandemic has brought the black-owned business to the brink of closure, during the resurgence of the Last summer of the Black Lives Matter movement, Maya’s Cookies saw a 10,000 percent sales increase, helping Madsen open a storefront. The vegan cookie guru often makes flavors in limited batches inspired by black change makers such as former First Lady Michelle Obama and poet laureate Amanda Gorman and ships his decadent vegan cookies nationwide.
Earlier this year, twice Cupcake wars Champion Doron Petersan, who owns the iconic Sticky Fingers Bakery in Washington, DC, has made her famous vegan treats available for national delivery, including funfetti cupcakes, s’mores brownies, and chocolate and peanut butter sandwiches. Petersan also offers three-month cookie subscriptions, which means customers can receive a selection of six cookies shipped each month.
And if celebrating National Cookie Day with a cookie flavored drink is more your bag, Starbucks launched its very first vegan holiday drink this year. Inspired by German ‘spritzen’ cookies, the Iced Sugar Cookie Almondmilk Latte (which can also be ordered hot) features a sugar cookie flavored syrup combined with Starbucks Blonde Espresso, almond milk and is topped with red cookie chips. and greens. .
To learn more about vegan cookies, read:
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