Uncle Eddie's Vegan Cookies aims for that intersection between delicious and vegan. These are treats completely free of leaves, sprouts, twigs, and green things, so you can serve them to even the most discerning omnivores.
I tried four of their bagged cookies cookies: oatmeal raisin, cocoa spice, peanut butter chocolate chip, and molasses.
The peanut butter chocolate chip cookies are super yummy! Though they were a little drier tasting than some, the rich chocolate chips completely made up for that. My mom, my little sister, and I all enjoyed the cookies a lot!
The molasses cookie was soft and sweet, but not too sweet. It's a spiced cookie (more of a grown-up favorite) so while my mom and I really enjoyed it, my little sister wasn't as much of a fan. They toe the line with the spicing, but the cookie still falls on the right side of spiced - the delicious one!
The cocoa spice one misses the mark a bit, however.
Though the idea of spiced chocolate cookie is intriguing, the combination of clove and chocolate tasted odd. Luckily, we had the oatmeal raisin cookies to eat next.
There's no way you can tell they're vegan! They're a soft, buttery cookie with nice vanilla flavor and a little touch of coconut. There are plenty of plump, juicy raisins and all three of us loved them. These are in my top 3 oatmeal raisin cookies period, vegan or not vegan!
For when you're on the go and want a handy treat to stick in your bag (or if you just don't want to share) they have individually wrapped, mall-size cookies, too.
I tried three varieties: chocolate chip, oatmeal chocolate chip, and trail mix.