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Organica makes tasty cookies, tho sometimes they seem a little dry. Their flavors are (like Double Chocolate Coffee Toffee) are kind of exotic and coooool. Also, Alternative Baking Company makes AWESOME individually wrapped cookies. They even have wheat-free alternatives for those with wheat allergies/intolerances. My favorite ABC cookie is the snickerdoodle one. Yummmm....
 

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The vegan raw food bars that I bought at veganessentials were absolute great !<br><br><br><br>
The package said Tastes like Pizza! You can have ten slices without feeling quilty. Really!<br><br><br><br>
The manufacturer <a href="http://www.audreyrochester.com" target="_blank">www.audreyrochester.com</a> calls them cookies.
 

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YES! Uncle Eddie's is FABULOUS! <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="/images/smilies/grin.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title=":D">
 

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I don't know if any of you have Doves Farm Cookies outside the UK but their Lemon Zest Cookies are really moorish <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="/images/smilies/smiley.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title=":)">
 

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i can't find vegan cookies anywhere. closest i've found is melting moments, those ones you heat up in the microwave and they go all gooey, but they do have i think whey in them. sometimes if i'm desperately craving cookies i'll just go for it but most of the time i just don't buy that stuff at all. wierd considering in my pre-veg days i always always had some form of chocolate dessert in my cupboards and/or fridge.<br><br><br><br>
but if you just want them for the chocolate/sugar craving maybe you could get some vegan soy pudding instead. presidents choice even makes one now that is fairly cheap, i'm thinking of getting some for those late night cravings<br><br><br><br>
eta: oops i should mention, the melting moments have 2 or 3 flavours, the one with just plain chocolate chunks is the one that's closest to being vegan, the one with 3 kinds of chocolate chunks has milk and maybe even eggs, i can't remember, i just know they're not even close to being vegan<br><br><br><br>
my healthfood stores unfortunately seem to only carry specialty cookies for people with allergies, gluten free, wheat free etc, but they still all have egg or dairy. phooey.
 

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The best vegan cookies I have found are online at <a href="http://www.ladolcevegan.com." target="_blank">www.ladolcevegan.com.</a> They are so good! They are not healthy, but they taste just like "regular" cookies, and they are pretty inexpensive. The snickerdoodles and the chocolate chip are both SO yummy!!
 

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ooh!<br><br><br><br>
Argh, I don't quite remember the brand. All I remember is they were made in Vermont, I think, and said 'World's Best Vegan Cookie" on the package. (They didn't have a website, cause I remember searching for it cuz the cookies were so damn good).<br><br><br><br>
These aren't only the best vegan cookies I've had, but the best of ANY cookies, period.<br><br><br><br>
I especially like their oatmeal carob chip cookies. They are nice soft and tasty. Good size too.<br><br><br><br>
The next time I pick one up I'll post the manufacturer's name. I bought it at the local Yes! Organic Grocery Store here in DC.
 

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They are quite large (and organic), and I pay about the same amount for a similar non-vegan sized cookie. Well worth the price, imo. And one cookie will definitely fill you up!
 

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Alternative Baking Company cookies!!! BTW, I love cookies!<img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="/images/smilies/grin.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title=":D">
 

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Alternative Baking Company has great cookies, although they are a bit pricey for one cookie. The Newman O's Hint O Mint cookies are soooo good, especially when crushed up in some vanilla Soy Delicious.
 

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i second that! they are the best!!!
 

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Uncle Eddies makes yummy cookies! (though they are pricey at almost $5 a bag! they are worth it though!) My favorites are the trail mix and oatmeal chocolate chip!!!!!!!
 

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How about cookies that aren't specially labeled vegan and only found rarely in health food stores?<br><br>
I dig Vienna Fingers, muchly.<br><br>
If you're looking for *cheap* vegan cookies... Duplex, Vienna Fingers, many Giant brand cookies (chocolate chip, sandwich, ginger snap, etc), Zoo animal crackers... All so yummy. Safeway's imitation oreos are a lot cheaper than Newman O's and just as good!
 

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Alternative baking company has the best cookies ever! yum.<br><br>
their lemon poppyseed is my favorite. and i like the snickerdoodle and pumpkin spice and peanut butter. I pay $1.75 a cookie here, but that's cheaper than ordering from them online. (last time i checked.) and one cookie will feed 2 people.
 
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