vegan cookie dough you can’t resist
Kind Lifers like us are often looking for a new way to satisfy their sweet tooth, but more often than not tasty vegan options are few and far between. Well, if you like cookies (and honestly, who doesn’t?) we’ve got a real treat for you! EatPastry vegan cookie dough is a fantastic product easy to bake up and eat up.
Our cookie dough contains no guilt and no cruelty; just tasty goodness made with the environment in mind. EatPastry aims to provide you with irresistible vegan cookie dough, to be enjoyed at any hour day or night baked or raw.
The couple and co-founders began EatPastry like many other journeys; confused, curious, and dedicated. The concept for a vegan world of sweet fantasy evolved over many ideas and inspirations. Experiments did not cease until what they thought to be the best tasting cookie dough on the market was born. Although still curious and dedicated, some of the confusion has diminished (well, at least about cookie dough!).
There are several delicious flavors of EatPastry cookie dough to choose from, including Regular Chocolate Chip, Gluten-Free Chocolate Chip, Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip, Chocoholic, and Oatmeal Raisin Chocolate Chip. You can conveniently find them at Whole Foods and other fine natural markets. Print this coupon to get a $1.00 off your purchase!
If you can’t find a store near you that carries our cookie dough, you can order online at Vegan Essentials. Each container is only $6.69!
How would you like to win some vegan shoes to go along with your vegan cookie dough?
EatPastry is giving away a pair of their favorite vegan sneakers from Saucony, as well as an EatPastry t-shirt! All you have to do to enter is head over to our Facebook page and “Like” to enter! We’ll announce the winner on February 20.
Good luck and happy kind baking!
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