Over the years, Peet’s Coffee & Tea has caffeinated millions of people in major cities across the US. But their menu is far beyond simple beverages. Peet’s offers a large assortment of specialty coffees, blended drinks, caffeine-free hot drinks, and freshly baked goods.
In the past, dairy-free coffeephiles were limited on their options at Peet’s. Fortunately, this coffee chain has recognized the rapidly growing non-dairy demand and responded with an ever-growing variety of vegan options. It started with soymilk and almond milk for making lattes and cappuccinos. Then they went big with housemade vegan whipped cream!
The dairy-free whipped cream is coconut-based and available for a very fair surcharge. Our most recent peak at the menu showed that it was just $0.35! To celebrate this creamy release, Peet’s expanded their menu to include three tasty new drinks that are specifically dairy-free. They are the Coconut Crème Latte, Coconut Solstice Tea, and Coconut Crème Javiva.
Be aware that some of their drinks may not have a dairy-free option due to syrups or flavorings that contain milk products. You will need to check at their shop on beverage ingredients.
However, Peet’s Coffee does attempt to make food ordering easier for special dieters. The Peet’s website (below) has lists of ingredients for their food options at each location. If you’re in need of a snack or breakfast on the go, we spotted a handful of dairy-free baked goods such as the Wheat Free Morning Glory Muffin (contains eggs), Low Fat Vegan Apricot Oatmeal Scone, Sesame Bagel (vegan, too), Vegan Chocolate Chip Cookie, Vegan Ginger Cookie, and Vegan Oatmeal Raisin Cookie. They also dish up vegan Fruit Bowls and Simply Oatmeal.
Where to Find Peet’s Coffee & Tea
Location: At last check, they had locations throughout California, Colorado, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, Oregon, Virginia, and Washington. Visit the website below to find a specific location near you.