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Get a Head Start on Your Holiday Baking With These 15 Vegan Cookie Mixes


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Baking cookies is an incredibly satisfying activity, and the fun starts at the store. You get to excitedly choose which flavor cookie you’re going to make, maybe buy some frosting and sprinkles, get your hands a little dirty in the kitchen, and then wait for the delicious results as your house slowly becomes filled with the amazing smell of fresh baked cookies. As enjoyable as baking cookies can be, there’s nothing worse than arriving home after a trip to the grocery store only to see that the baking mix you specifically bought because you thought it was egg-free and dairy-free, is in fact, not. Very frustrating!

Well, with One Green Planet by your side, you’ll never have to go through this situation ever again! Not only do we provide plenty of vegan cookie recipes, but we’ve scoured the internet for pre-made cookie mixes that are also vegan-friendly. From chocolate chip and oatmeal to sugar, double chocolate, and shortbread, we’ve got baking mixes that leave out the milk, butter, and eggs but keep all of the amazing flavor you love about cookies. Check them out for yourself!

  1. Namaste Foods Gluten-Free Cookie Mix

    Have a number of different food allergies? You may still be able to enjoy Namaste Foods Cookie Mix. This baking mix is free from eggs, dairy, soy, potato, nuts, and wheat. It is made from evaporated cane juice, sweet brown rice flour, sorghum flour, tapioca flour, arrowroot flour, rice milk powder, xanthan gum, cream of tartar, salt, baking soda, and ground vanilla bean. The reviews are mixed on this one. Some reviewers feel that this mix has a nice blend of ingredients, is versatile, and yields tasty cookies, especially if you doctor the mix a little bit and add things like apple sauce to soften or chocolate chunks. Based on the reviews, it seems that reviewers who had experience baking and deviated from the recipe had better results. If you’d like to try it out, you can get a pack of six 20-ounce boxes for about $31. 


  2. Bob’s Red Mill Chocolate Chip Cookie Mix

    Bob’s Red Mill Chocolate Chip Cookie Mix is gluten-free, kosher, and dairy-free. It is made with sweet white rice flour, brown rice flour, potato starch, whole grain sorghum flour, tapioca flour, xanthan gum, dairy-free chocolate chips, sugar, brown sugar, baking soda, and natural vanilla powder. If you’re concerned with cross contamination for gluten, know that this mix is manufactured in a dedicated gluten-free facility. Reviewers are saying that this mix is very easy to use, yields cookies that “taste just like regular chocolate chip cookies,” and doesn’t necessarily taste like gluten-free cookies. One reviewer did point out, however, that if you want a very chewy cookie you may want to add in extra butter and extra egg replacer to the recipe listed on the back of the package. You can get a pack of four 22-ounce bags for about $20.


  3. Bona Dea Outrageous Oat Cookies Mix

    Bona Dea Outrageous Oat Cookies Mix is a gluten-free, soy-free, dairy-free, and nut-free baking mix made with certified gluten-free rolled oats, organic millet flour, organic sorghum flour, organic cage sugar, organic potato starch, tapioca starch, sweet rice flour, aluminum free baking powder, xanthan gum, and Madagascar vanilla. While some baking mixes only list directions for using regular milk, butter, and eggs, Bona Dea specifies what should be used it making vegan cookies. Pretty helpful! Reviewers are saying that it’s easy to make cookies with this mix and that people without any food allergies also seem to like the cookies. You can get one 18-ounce bag for $7.


  4. Ardenne Farm Sugar Cookie Mix

    If you’re the type of baker who likes a plain sugar cookie that you can dress up any way you’d like, check out Ardenne Farm Sugar Cookie Mix. This product is made from a blend of gluten free flours – rice, potato, and tapioca – as well as powdered sugar, cane sugar, and baking powder. The mix also contains no artificial flavors or preservatives and is produced in a nut and tree nut free facility. You can get one 15-ounce bag for just a little under $4.


  5. Skratch Labs Cookie Mix

    Skratch Labs Cookie Mix is a fairly simple non-GMO baking mix made with just eight ingredients: wheat flour, brown cane sugar, cane sugar, oats, leavening (sodium acid pyrophosphate, baking soda), vanilla extract, and cinnamon. Reviewers are saying that this mix is good quality, yields great tasting cookies, and is a good alternative to some the overly processed mixes on the market. A few reviewers did point out however, that none of the ingredients in this mix are particularly unique or hard to find so you could technically make this mix on your own at a cheaper price. If you’d still like to try it out, you can get one 13.9-ounce box for $10.50.


  6. Madhava Deliciously Organic Chocolate Chip Cookie Mix

    With a base of organic wheat flour, Madhava Deliciously Organic Chocolate Chip Cookie Mix may begin like many other baking mixes, but they deviate from the norm with their inclusion of ancient grains. Specifically, this mix is made with wheat flour, organic cane sugar, organic coconut sugar, organic dark chocolate chips, organic vanilla, baking soda, salt, and a blend of ancient grain flours – farro, spelt, and kamut. Reviewers are saying that the cookies made from this mix are wholesome (and can be made with flax egg successfully), tasty (although they definitely taste “healthier” than regular chocolate chip cookies, and impressively organic. One reviewer said that the cookies she made did not taste as good as the next day, though. To see what kind of results you have with this mix, you can get one 13.8-ounce box for about $11.50


  7. Moon Rabbit Foods Oatmeal Cookie Mix

    According to Amazon reviewers, Moon Rabbit Foods Oatmeal Cookie Mix is one of the best gluten-free cookie mixes on the market. The mix, made primarily from gluten-free oats, brown sugar, rice flour, and potato starch is reported as easy-to-make, tasty, and very versatile. Reviewers comment having success incorporating all sorts of yummy add-ons such as dried fruit, seeds, chocolate chips, and even instant coffee powder. To try some out yourself, this posting gets you one 19-ounce bag for a little more than $8.50.


  8. Hodgson Mill Cookie Mix

    Want a plain cookie mix you can customize any way you want? If this sounds like you, consider checking out Hodgson Mill Cookie Mix. This gluten-free and non-GMO mix is made with sugar, brown rice flour, tapioca starch, amaranth flour, cornstarch, baking soda, xanthan gum, and flake salt. Reviewers are saying that this mix is good quality, very versatile (can also be used to make scones and biscuits), and tastes good (especially for a gluten-free product). You can get a pack of six 12-ounce boxes for $17.


  9. Boulder Bake Almond Flour Cookie Mix in Chocolate Chip

    Boulder Bake Almond Flour Cookie Mix in Chocolate Chip is a paleo-friendly, gluten-free, soy-free, and grain-free cookie mix made with almond flour, chocolate chips, tapioca, arrowroot, baking soda, and sea salt. Reviewers are saying that this mix is wholesome, tasty (especially when sweeteners like maple syrup and agave nectar are added), and versatile (one reviewer used banana instead of a flax egg and coconut oil instead of butter). To try your hand at this cookie mix, you can get three 8.65-ounce boxes for $20.


  10. Cherrybrook Kitchen Sugar Cookie Mix

    Cherrybrook Kitchen Sugar Cookie Mix is an organic, dairy-free, nut-free, gluten-free, wheat-free, and egg-free mix made with seven ingredients: white rice flour, cane sugar, potato starch, tapioca flour, non-alluminated baking powder, xanthan gum, and sea salt. Reviewers are saying that this mix is delicious “even for those who don’t have any allergies or intolerances,” and can be made into different types of cookies (like gingerbread) with just a bit of flavoring. One reviewer points out that some people may find it hard to roll out this dough if they use melted vegan butter and should instead use room temperature butter to get a more malleable dough. This reviewer also points out that you should take out the cookies before they look completely done because gluten-free cookies cool down and harden faster than other cookies. To try this mix out for yourself, you can get one 13.1-ounce box for $6.


  11. Krusteaz Bakery Style Shortbread Cookie Mix

    Looking for a simple-tasting cookie to pair with fruit preserves and coffee as a post-dinner treat? Consider checking out Krusteaz Bakery Style Shortbread Cookie Mix. This mix is made with enriched bleached flour (wheat flour, niacin, reduced iron, thiamin mononitrate, riboflavin, folic acid), sugar, dextrose, partially hydrogenated soybean and cottonseed oils, salt, and natural flavor. Reviewers are saying that this mix is easy to follow, convenient for when you don’t want to make cookies from scratch, and tasty and can be “modified with your own touches as well.”


  12. Pamela’s Chocolate Chunk Cookie Mix

    If you like your cookies with a lot of chocolate chunks, consider checking out Pamela’s Chocolate Chunk Cookie Mix where chocolate is actually the first ingredient! According to reviews,  is delicious, easy to use, and makes cookies that taste just like traditional ones! This mix is made primarily with organic chocolate chunks, evaporated cane sugar, brown rice flour, and white rice flour. In addition to being gluten free, it is wheat free and kosher. Reviewers have had success replacing butter with coconut oil in this mix, some have even added their own touches like nuts. You can get a 13.6 bag for a little over $4.


  13. Kodiak Cake Bear Country Cookie Mix: Oatmeal Dark Chocolate

    Can’t decide whether you want an oatmeal cookie or a chocolate chip one? Well, with Kodiak Cakes Bear Country Cookie Mix: Oatmeal Dark Chocolate you don’t have to decide! This baking mix is made with whole wheat flour, whole oat flour, rolled oats, brown sugar, dark chocolate chips, and salt. Reviewers are saying that this mix makes cookies that are “unique,” surprisingly hearty (because of the thick oats), can be made healthier by using applesauce instead of butter, and is a bit grainy. You can get a pack of six 18-ounce boxes for about $28.50.


  14. Gluten-Free Mama, Mama’s Cookie Mix

    Looking for a product you know was made with gluten-free eaters in mind? If so, consider checking out Gluten-Free Mama, Mama’s Cookie Mix. This mix is made with organic evaporated cane sugar, white rice flour, tapioca flour, potato starch, sweet rice flour, almond meal flour, aluminum-free baking powder, xanthan gum, sea salt, and vanilla powder. Reviewers are saying that this mix is tasty, easy-to-use, and high quality. You can get a pack of six 15-ounce pouches for about $33.50.


  15. Simple Mills Chocolate Chip Cookie Mix

    Simple Mills Chocolate Chip Cookie Mix is a gluten-free, grain-free, soy-free, and paleo-friendly baking mix made with seven simple, whole food ingredients: almond flour, chocolate chips, organic coconut sugar, tapioca, organic coconut flour, baking soda, and sea salt. Reviewers are saying that this mix is a bit on the expensive side but is made with high quality ingredients, tasty (although a bit gritty since the mix includes almond meal, not almond flour), and makes dense cookies. To try it out, you can get a pack of three, nine-ounce boxes for $23.

    Lead image source: Caramel Stuffed Chocolate Chip Cookies




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