October 11, 2023

Mightylicious Introduces Two New Vegan Cookie Varieties

Mightylicious introduces two new vegan and gluten-free cookie varieties, just in time for World Vegan Month (November): Mightylicious Double Dutch Chocolate and Oatmeal Raisin hand-crafted cookies. Both are certified vegan, kosher, gluten-free and non-GMO.

According to Gluten Free Food Finds, “You’d think there would be a ton of fantastic gluten-free cookies available in stores. After all, we’ve come a long way in figuring out how to make cookies with great taste and texture but without gluten. However, we still find it somewhat rare to bite into an impressive mass-market store-bought gluten-free cookie. This is why we love Mightylicious Cookies……… Better still, there’s not a boring bite in the bunch. They all lean on the sweet side, and the flavors are anything but ho-hum.”

EAT THIS, NOT THAT’s rundown of the 10 best gluten-free store bought cookies said: “A delicious store-bought, gluten-free cookie can be hard to find but Mightylicious has done it. Made with a blend of rice flour, brown rice flour, oat flour and starches, their Chocolate Chip Cookie might bring back memories of childhood cookie-and-milk nostalgia. Their chocolate chip cookies also offer 2 grams of fiber—another hard-to-find quality in gluten free products.”

Behind every Mightylicious cookie is the belief that allergen-friendly treats shouldn’t sacrifice taste or texture. “Our hand-crafted cookies are designed to indulge and satisfy,” said Mightylicious Founder and Owner Carolyn Haeler.

The Mightylicious line features seven varieties in all, including four vegan options: New Double Dutch Chocolate Chip and Oatmeal Raisin Vegan, as well as Chocolate Chip and Grandma Arline’s Oatmeal Coconut.

Also available are Brown Butter Chocolate Chip and Brown Butter Shortbread (both dairy) and Salted Peanut Butter (grain and dairy-free). (6.4 oz bag, MSRP: $7.99)

Find Mightylicious online and in retail outlets including Walmart (231 outlets nationwide), Whole Foods, Costco, King’s, Price Chopper and more.

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