Boston cookies


During a quick stop in a local health food store, I picked up a Chocolate Chocolate Chip Cookie from Boston Cookies. While vegan cookies that I’ve tasted in the past have been pretty dry, this one was significantly more moist. While I wouldn’t rate this as one of the best cookies I’ve ever had, by the time I was done, I was definitely in the mood for another. But at $1.69 a pop, I stuck with one.

I had some killer vegan cake this week, too, courtesy of Alex‘s friend Shannon. I’ve got to get the recipe.

My goal for this summer is to learn to bake. I’m getting better (I’m getting good at making tofu cheesecake), but have a lot to learn. And, of course, it’s a little more complicated when you’re leaving out the dairy and eggs, but I’ve been picking up some hints and tips along the way that I hope will help.

2 Responses to “Boston cookies”

  1. Bunson_Honeydew

    In the Pacific NorthWest we have Baker’s Breakfast cookies from Bellingham, WA. They have two vegan varieties, Vegan Chocolate Chunk and Vegan Peanut Butter Chocolate Chunk. Since I limit my sugar intake, I haven’t tried them, but several of my vegan friends swear by them.

    I live in the Portland, OR area and see them in stores around here. They also appear to sell them on their website as well.

  2. Thadeaus

    Boston Cookies are great. I’ve enjoyed them for years but became a big fan in 2002, when visiting Boston, I made it to the factory. It’s a small family run operation. They were very nice and offered to donate all the broken, or otherwise un-sellable, cookies and brownies to Food Not Bombs (an anti-hunger group, I was working with).

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