Our team is dedicated to finding and telling you more about the products and deals we love. If you love them too and decide to purchase through the links below, we may receive a commission. Pricing and availability are subject to change.
Full disclaimer: I’m not vegan, nor do I have a gluten allergy or any food allergies for that matter. However, these Partake cookies are undeniably one of the best snacks I’ve munched on in quarantine, vegan or otherwise.
Before getting snowed in, I prepped with snacks galore. While on the hunt to add some tasty Black-owned brands to my pantry, I stumbled upon Partake cookies. I’ll skip to the part where I say the Cookie Butter cookies are my favorite… so far.
Shop: Soft Baked Cookie Butter Cookies, $14.99
The Partake brand started when founder Denise Woodard’s daughter was diagnosed with several food allergies as an infant. Partake Foods was born out of Woodward’s need to make a healthy snack for her child that didn’t trigger her allergies. As a result, the entire cookie line is free of eggs, peanuts, dairy, soy, tree nuts, artificial flavors, preservatives and GMOs.
Despite its lack of common cookie ingredients, Partake’s different flavors and batters are delicious. The cookie brand has both crunchy cookies, including flavors like Ginger Snap and Chocolate Chip, as well as soft cookies like Triple Chocolate and Cookie Butter.
According to the Food Allergy Research and Education organization, Black children are more likely to get food allergies than white children, but without access to an allergist. That’s why in addition to creating Top 8-free cookies, Partake also partners with the Food Equality Initiative so that families can have access to food, education and advocacy as well.
Take a look at some of the yummy Partake cookie flavors below to get snacking.
Shop: Crunchy Birthday Cake Cookies, $14.99
Shop: Crunchy Chocolate Chip Cookies, $14.99
Shop: Soft Baked Triple Chocolate Cookies, $14.99
Shop: Crunchy Carrot Cake Cookies, $14.99
If you liked this story, you might also enjoy the Veteran-owned brand, Mutt’s Sauce that now has spices.
More from In The Know:
The post True story: I ate a whole box of these gluten-free, vegan chocolate chip cookies in one sitting appeared first on In The Know.