Whether you’re baking challenged, short on hand-crafting time, or simply want to avoid the shipping hassle, these perfectly-packaged dairy-free cookie gifts have you covered. They’re fabulous for sending to loved ones, cheering up a friend, or bringing to cookie swaps. And several of these boxes suit additional dietary needs.
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A Dozen Dairy-Free Cookie Gifts You Can Order Online
Please note that these cookie gifts were all dairy-free by ingredients at the time of our review. Ingredients and processes are subject to change at any time. If you are dealing with a severe or sensitive food allergy, always contact the company prior to ordering to discuss their processes. It is always up to the consumer to ensure that a food is safe for their needs. Cross-contamination with allergens should always be considered a risk.
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African cuisine is trending, so Meska’s Moroccan Cookies are a wonderful gift for adventurous foodies. Their crescents, macaroons, and biscotti are boasted as authentic, and are perfect for pairing with afternoon tea or coffee. This bakery shuns preservatives and GMO ingredients, and all of their sweets are certified kosher pareve. And they do have gluten-free and vegan options. They also ship throughout the US. You can order these cookies on Amazon or at www.meskasweets.com.
This indulgent cookie company is such a fun find. They decorate Oreo-style cookies and biscotti with every comforting combination imaginable. Everything is packaged in beautiful boxes and sent to many satisfied customers. This is also a kosher pareve company that ships throughout the US. You can order their cookie and biscotti boxes on Amazon or at www.barnettssweetcreations.com.
Divvies cookies are made in the company’s own dedicated facility where no peanuts, tree nuts, milk or eggs enter the doors. This bakery has been around for more than a decade, and their big, soft, and chewy cookies are loved by kids and kids at heart. We can’t get enough of them ourselves! Their cookie assortment includes Brownie, Chocolate Chip, Sugar, Ginger Molasses, and Oatmeal Raisin flavors, and can be ordered in various sizes at divvies.com.
You might know them as NoMoo, but this dairy-free, and now vegan, bakery rebranded to be Fat Badger Bakery. Their cookies are soft and chewy, and always come in both classical and seasonal flavor assortments. You can order single flavors of Fat Badger Cookies on Amazon, but for the gift boxes, it’s best to order from www.fatbadgerbakery.com.
She bakes up cookies with dairy, too, but Ingallina has a box filled with two types of vegan cookies: classic chocolate chunk cookies and tahini-infused chocolate cookies. The latter are also gluten-free. You can order this pretty package at www.ingallina.net.
These lovely cookies might not arrive wrapped in a bow, but I think the recipient will be too busy ripping the package open to notice. My Dad’s Cookies are milk-free, gluten-free, peanut-free, and certified kosher pareve. They include nearly every holiday delight, from Black & Whites to Raspberry Linzers. Select varieties of My Dad’s Cookies are available on Amazon, but they also have their full assortment available from www.mydadscookies.com.
Like My Dad’s Cookies, these don’t land gift-wrapped, but they’re still boxed up and enticing. And did I mention that they’re vegan, gluten-free, and refined sugar-free? Plus, they come in several white chocolate flavors. They also boast almond and almond butter varieties, instead of peanut, and have paleo options. You can order Fresh From The Heart cookies on Amazon, or direct from their website at freshfromthehearts.com.
Sensitive Sweets is a Southern California vegan bakery that makes cookies free of gluten, dairy, eggs, soy, peanuts, tree nuts, coconut, or sesame. They also ship their cookies throughout the US, and are one of the few who offer decorated Christmas sugar cookies. You can order directly from them at sensitivesweets.com.
These teeny, tiny cookies are one-bite pleasures that you can order in small fortune cookie-style boxes or packaged like truffles. Either way your recipient will probably be thrilled, and might even appreciate that they are made gluten-free too. You can buy them on Amazon or directly at www.thumbscookies.com. Just make sure to pick the “Vegan Cookies” as their cookie selections are made with dairy.
I wouldn’t usually consider bags of cookies a gift, but they package them up so nicely, and do have some tasty angles. Unlike most other dairy-free cookie gifts, these are vegan, gluten-free, and downright wholesome. They’re also baked in a small, uniform square shape to keep the cookies perfectly chewy. We think they’re quite cute too! Plus, they come in chocolaty flavors that include Cranberry White Chip! You can order just the bags on Amazon, but for the Gift Box, visit www.eandcssnacks.com.
This is a “traditional” bakery that mixes butter and eggs, but they also have a full vegan treats line. It includes a big assortment of holiday cookies, from gingersnaps to snowballs. You can order their big tower on Amazon, or just get the gourmet cookie box direct from their website at www.margesbakery.com.
This California wholesale bakery does bake with dairy and eggs, but they also have full lines of vegan goodies. Consumers can order their vegan cookies (individual flavors or the assortment) on Amazon. They offer fun flavors like Apple Pie and Matcha Green Tea, but the assortment is more classic with chocolate chip, snickerdoodle, and blueberry oatmeal walnut vegan cookies.