· By Kenneth Lin
25 Gluten-Free Cookie Brands To BOOP Your Snacktime
So, you’re gluten-free and looking for some delicious cookies to snack on that won’t make your stomach upset.
Look no further — we’ve put together a list of the best gluten-free cookie brands that are sure to BOOP your sweet tooth. Whether you are looking for something chocolatey, nutty, or fruity, this list has all the yummy goodness you need.
1. BOOP Bakery
We’re kicking things off with BOOP Bakery. Each BOOP cookie is baked with wholesome ingredients like rolled oats, dates from California, and organic chia seeds.
You’ll never find any of the bad stuff in a BOOP — only drool-worthy goodness. Our cookies contain no soy, butter, dairy, eggs, wheat, or corn, making them largely allergy-friendly without sacrificing flavor or texture.
So if you’re looking to BOOP your snacktime and satisfy your sweet tooth with a gluten-free treat, look no further than a BOOP cookie (or two) — trust us, you’ll be glad you did.
Next up, we have Glutino, which has been producing delicious gluten-free snacks for years, including cookies. Their cookie selection includes four flavors — Chocolate Chip, Double Chocolate, Peanut Butter, and Vanilla Creme — all certified gluten-free.
And if you’re looking for something a bit more indulgent, they also offer a line of Glutino Chocolate Covered Sandwich Cookies.
That said, this brand might fall short of expectations if you’re on the hunt for a healthy, nourishing gluten-free cookie, as it does contain refined sugars.
If you’re searching for delicious, gluten-free cookies to satisfy your sweet tooth, look no further than Nami. They make all-natural, sugar-free, and vegan cookies using only the finest ingredients.
Their selection includes flavors like Chocolate Chip, Double Chocolate, Oatmeal Raisin, and Coconut Macadamia Nut, with each one just as delicious as the next.
4. Goodie Girl Cookies
Goodie Girl Cookies makes both sweet treats like Cinnamon Sugared Pecans Shortbread Cookies as well as savory snacks like Sea Salt Fudge Graham Crackers.
All of their products are Certified Gluten-Free by GFCO as well as dairy-free (most of them!), nut-free (some!), non-GMO Project Verified, and OU Kosher Certified. Plus, they use only natural ingredients like organic evaporated cane juice and palm oil shortening.
That said, these cookies aren’t quite as reminiscent of homemade cookies as you might hope. If you’re looking for something a little closer to home, you’ll probably be better off with another option on this list.
5. Divvies Bakery
Divvies Bakery puts an emphasis on using only natural ingredients in their products. They don’t use any dairy or peanuts — meaning it's safe for anyone with these allergies or food sensitivities. All of their cookies are certified gluten-free and kosher as well.
Divvies Bakery’s cookies are generally based with wheat flour, so be mindful if you or your fam have wheat allergies.
6. Enjoy Life Foods
Enjoy Life Foods is an allergy-friendly company that specializes in creating delicious treats free from common allergens like gluten, dairy, and nuts.
Their soft baked cookies come in five delicious flavors — Brownie Crunch, Double Chocolate Crunch, Snickerdoodle, Sunseed Butter, and Vanilla Honey Graham. These soft and chewy snacks are perfect if you want a quick sweet treat.
If you can’t tell by the names, Enjoy Life’s cookies are a more decadent snack option — meaning they might not be your top choice if you’re working to cut out refined sugars.
7. Udi’s Gluten Free
Udi’s Gluten Free is another one of the most popular gluten-free brands around today. Their cookies come in four classic flavors — Oatmeal Raisin, Snickerdoodle, Chocolate Chip, and Almond Shortbread — all made with simple ingredients like oats, cane sugar, and coconut oil.
They are also Non-GMO certified. However, they do contain butter and eggs, which isn’t ideal if you’re following a plant-based diet or have an egg allergy.
8. Pamela's Products
Pamela's Products has been making delicious gluten-free treats since 1988. Their cookies come in a variety of flavors like Chocolate Chip, Snickerdoodle, and Oatmeal Raisin — all of which are free from wheat flour.
The cookies are made with tapioca starch, coconut oil, and natural sweeteners like honey and maple syrup. Plus, they are Non-GMO Project verified and certified gluten-free by GFCO.
On the downside, some of their cookies do contain soy, which leaves those with a soy allergy out on the sidelines.
9. Simple Mills
Simple Mills is a grain-free baking mix company that offers a wide variety of — you guessed it — gluten-free cookies. Their products are made with almond flour, coconut oil, and natural sweeteners like honey and maple syrup.
The result? Delicious and nutritious treats free of gluten, grain, soy, corn, dairy, and GMOs. If you’re looking for a wholesome snack that won’t leave you feeling guilty, Simple Mills is definitely worth checking out.
Just keep in mind that these cookies are not nut-allergy friendly, as they incorporate nut-based flour into the recipes.
10. Pepperidge Farm Gluten Free
Pepperidge Farm is known for its delicious baked goods, but did you know they also offer gluten-free versions of their classic cookies?
Their Gluten Free Collection includes four varieties — Double Chocolate, Soft Baked Chessman, Soft Baked Milano, and Soft Baked Snickerdoodle — all made with natural ingredients and certified gluten-free.
If you have an egg or dairy allergy, stay on the lookout — Pepperidge Farm does include some combination of butter, milk, and eggs in many of their cookies.
11. Bobo's Oat Bars
Bobo's Oat Bars is a family-owned business specializing in cookie bars since 2003.
They use only the freshest ingredients like rolled oats, honey, and coconut oil to make scrumptious treats like their famous Coconut Oat Bars, which taste like an Almond Joy candy bar but without any nuts or gluten.
Because these are oat bars, they may not quite satisfy a craving for a more classic cookie, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t tasty.
12. Nana's Cookie Company
Nana's Cookie Company was founded by two sisters who wanted to create delicious gluten-free cookies that could be enjoyed by everyone, no matter their dietary needs or restrictions.
Their Chocolate Chip Pecan Snickerdoodles have become one of their top-selling flavors thanks to their unique combination of chocolate chips and pecans in every bite.
Be sure to read labels carefully, depending on your allergies and preferences — some of their cookies do contain refined sugars, some contain soy, and others contain nuts.
NoGii is a gluten-free cookie company that uses only the best ingredients, including organic oats, applesauce, and nut butter. Their Chocolate Chip and Peanut Butter cookies are made without dairy, soy, wheat, or eggs — just be mindful of ingredient labels if you have a nut allergy.
Not only are they incredibly tasty, but they’re also packed with protein and fiber, making them the perfect snack for those looking to satisfy their sweet tooth in a healthy way.
Bakeology offers an array of delicious vegan cookie varieties that are free from major allergens like dairy and wheat as well as being Certified Gluten-Free by the Celiac Support Association.
Their top flavors include Chocolate Chip Pecan Blondies, Peanut Butter & Jelly Thumbprint Cookies, and Oatmeal Toffee Crunch Cookies.
One callout is that many of their cookies are made with almond meal, which makes these a no-go if you have a nut allergy.
When you’re in need of a sweet treat, KinniToos has you covered with their Gluten Free Chocolate Sandwich Cookies. They’re also dairy-free and made without any of the top eight allergens, so everyone can enjoy these delicious treats. They come in three flavors — Original, Double Chocolate Chip, and Mint.
They’re also made with healthful, natural ingredients like coconut oil and organic evaporated cane juice.
KinniToos offers other cookie variations, too, like Vanilla Wafers, Vanilla Sandwich Cookies, and Chocolate Chip Cookies — but you might want to turn elsewhere if you’re hoping for a cookie that rivals your grandma’s fresh batch.
Schär offers one of the widest selections out there, with over 100 different types of cookies ranging from Peanut Butter Sandwich Cremes to Almond Hazelnut Macaroons.
Plus, all are certified gluten-free by the National Celiac Association, so you can trust them to both taste great and also be safe for your health needs.
Proceed with caution if you have a nut, egg, soy, or dairy allergy, as the ingredients vary across their different products.
17. Annie’s Homegrown
Annie’s Homegrown has a variety of gluten-free goodies, and their gluten-free Cocoa & Vanilla Bunny Cookies are a strong contender — they do, however, contain soy, so they’re off the table if you have an allergy.
Annie’s Homegrown uses all-natural ingredients like almond flour, coconut oil, and pure cane sugar to make these delicious treats. And you can feel good knowing that they’re Certified Gluten Free and Non-GMO Project Verified.
18. Emmy’s Organics
Emmy’s Organics is a great choice if you’re looking for an all-natural, vegan, and gluten-free snack. Their vegan macaroons come in five flavors — Original Coconut, Almond Butter Crunch, Chai Latte, Mocha Macaroon, and Double Chocolate Chip.
They’re made with only organic and non-GMO ingredients like coconut, cacao butter, and dates. If you’re allergic to coconut or just aren’t a fan of it, you’ll be out of luck with this brand, as all of their cookies are currently coconut-based. Additionally, the texture of these cookies might not be a match for every cookie lover.
19. Tate's Bake Shop
First up on the list is none other than Tate’s Bake Shop. Based out of New York, Tate's Bake Shop offers an incredible selection of gluten-free cookies and bars made with natural ingredients like real butter, pure cane sugar, and Madagascar vanilla.
These cookies have become so popular that they've been featured in The Oprah Magazine and Martha Stewart Living, among other major publications.
The most popular flavors include Chocolate Chip, Coconut Crunch, Oatmeal Raisin, and White Chocolate Macadamia Nut — all of which are certified gluten-free by GFCO (Gluten-Free Certification Organization).
However, if you’re looking for a healthier take on a classic cookie, Tate’s won’t quite hit the mark — although they are gluten-free, they still feature the traditional butter-and-sugar recipe.
The Final Roundup
Whether you’re looking for classic chocolate chip cookies or something more unique like snickerdoodles with pecans, these tasty gluten-free brands have got you covered when it comes to wholesome treats that won't leave you feeling guilty afterward.
So put down the processed snacks and pick up some nourishing treats from these awesome companies today — your body will thank you later (and so will your taste buds!).
BOOP Bakery™ believes cookies are better off enjoyed than locked away in a cookie jar. BOOP created a line of craveable, soft-baked cookies that allow health-conscious consumers and cookie connoisseurs alike to indulge without the guilt that comes with most processed sweets and treats. BOOP set out to bake delicious, wholesome, craveable cookies everyone can freely enjoy any time of day, whenever, wherever, whyever, proving no moment is too small for a BOOP!