- All vegan
- Texture is similar to non-vegan cookies
- Big enough to share
- Fun packaging
- Both traditional and unconventional flavors offered
- Gluten-free option
- May be hard to find locally
|Spicy Mexican Snickerdoodle and Cranberry Walnut Oatmeal|
Om Nom Nom is an all vegan bakery that offers some really yummy cookies. Textures vary depending on the flavors. The chocolate snickerdoodle and red velvet, for example, were quite moist, while the chocolate chip was more crunchy (but still moist at the center). I really enjoyed the flavors I was sent, and I loved the fun designs on the cookie bags. The nutrition facts on the packing were also a nice addition; they often aren't available when I buy similar vegan products at local restaurants. The quality of these cookies was quite good; I have tried many vegan products at local restaurants and few have come close to Om Nom Nom's.
These are not the super-healthy variety of cookie, and that's the way I like them. If I'm going to have a special treat like this, I want to indulge. The cookies are just the right size, too; small to eat yourself if you're feeling particularly hungry, but big enough to share with a lucky friend. I was glad to see that there is a gluten-free option. The cost is relatively affordable, and they have free shipping over $50 as well. However, you probably won't be able to find them locally (yet) outside Miami, FL. I was glad to see that they are looking into organic options, and one of the only suggestions I would offer for improvement would be to consider eco-friendly wrappers for the future. Om Nom Nom makes a variety of delicious cookies in fun flavors, and I highly recommend them to vegans and non-vegans alike.
Product Ratings (out of 5)
Disclosure notice: This product was sent to me free of charge by the manufacturer for review. No additional compensation was accepted and the opinions are my own. Please verify any claims with the manufacturer, especially if you have any allergies or concerns.
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