Vegan Protein Cookie

“Delicious plant-based snack that's crunchy like a real cookie ”

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Vegan Protein Cookie
Vegan Protein Cookie
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50 g
2.49 €
(49.80 €/1kg) Incl. VAT & plus shipping
Info (Vegan Protein Cookie Salted Caramel)
Cookie with plant-based protein, sea salt and caramel flavour. With sweeteners.

Wheat protein (29%), wheat flour, sweeteners (maltitol, xylitol) (19%), sunflower oil, humectant (glycerol), coconut oil, emulsifier (soy lecithins), cocoa powder, chickpea protein (2%), fava bean protein (2%), natural flavouring, raising agent (sodium carbonates), sea salt (0.6%). May contain traces of egg, peanuts, milk, nuts, and sesame.

Nutrition facts per 100g per 50g
Energy 1896 kJ / 453 kcal 948 kJ / 227 kcal
Fat 21 g 11 g
of which saturated fat 7.1 g 3.6 g
Carbohydrates 44 g 22 g
of which sugars 0.2 g 0.1  g
of which polyols 20 g 10 g
Fiber 2.2 g 1.1 g
Protein 29 g 15 g
Salt 0.95 g 0.47 g
Despite strict monitoring procedures, this product may contain hard pieces of nut shells or fruit pits.
Excessive consumption may produce laxative effects.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Is there really no palm oil in your Vegan Protein Cookie?

Unlike conventional protein cookies, ours don't contain any palm oil. Why? It's simple. Palm oil is known to contribute to rainforest destruction in Asia and the loss of countless animal habitats around the world. Our Vegan Protein Cookies are still delightfully crumbly thanks to sunflower oil and coconut fat.

Why do you use maltitol?

Maltitol is a sugar alcohol that has almost the exact same properties as sugar, just with way fewer calories. Sugar alcohols occur naturally in fruits and veggies. And unlike sugar, maltitol doesn’t cause cavities. So you get a Vegan Protein Cookie that’s deliciously sweet, without all the unpleasantness of sugar. 

Why did you choose wheat protein as the main protein source?

Wheat protein is a great source of plant-based protein. It's often used in baked goods because it helps the dough stay nice and strong. It also contributes to the delightful real-cookie mouthfeel.

When should I eat Vegan Protein Cookies?

Whenever you feel like something sweet! Achieving specific fitness goals, like losing weight or building muscle, depends on what your overall daily eating and exercise habits look like. This one's a winner!

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