Wow, what a year. I think we all need a cookie. Honestly, I really couldn’t think of a better gift to give just about anyone right now than cookies. They’re comforting, sweet, thoughtful, and who doesn’t love them? And you can now order dairy-free cookie gifts online from several bakeries.
These dairy-free cookie gifts are a great idea if your baking challenged, short on hand-crafting time, or want to avoid the packing and shipping hassle. But I also like that you can order them from home (no shopping trip needed!) and they are a great way to support small businesses. So go ahead and order some of these dairy-free cookies for a loved one you miss, to cheer up a friend, or for a virtual cookie swap! All of the cookies listed below are dairy-free (obviously), most are vegan, and there are even gluten-free and keto options, too.
Picture of Divvies Cookies (information below).
Two Dozen Dairy-Free Cookie Gifts You Can Order Online
Please note 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.
Also, keep shipping times in mind. A lot of small businesses have had to shift when they ship and with what shippers. This could limit delivery windows. Make sure you read their shipping policy before ordering.
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 and gift boxes from their website, www.fatbadgerbakery.com.
This kosher pareve, certified organic bakery is completely dairy-free, nut-free, and vegan. They bake a whole selection of classic cookies and maple-sweetened cookies that are refined sugar free. And everything is shipped bakery fresh to customers. You can order at www.ovenfreshdelivery.com.
Is a friend or loved one trying to shun sugar? Make it easier for them with this Keto Cookie Gang Bundle that’s dairy-free, gluten-free, grain-free, and low carb. You can order it on the PBH website at pbhfoods.com.
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 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.
No list of dairy-free cookie gifts would be complete without Divvies. They run their 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 adults. We can’t get enough of them ourselves! Their cookie assortment even includes decadent sandwich cookies. You can order a box at divvies.com.
This popular Southern California bakery is completely vegan and gluten-free. They make a whole range of goodies, including assorted sandwich cookies and seasonally-decorated sugar cookies. They offer anytime and holiday gift box assortments. To order, visit karmabaker.com.
Their dairy-free cookie shots are vegan and gluten-free, too, and are definitely fun to give, receive, and enjoy. They always have a classic double chocolate flavor, but often make seasonal dairy-free flavors too. These edible shot cups are available at www.thedirtycookieoc.com.
Dana is definitely someone who needs to keep busy. She’s a former photo-editor of Muscle and Fitness magazine, turned trained pastry chef, who started her own bakery. And while she was at it, she started a line of vegan and gluten-free cookies. Her gift box includes vegan, gluten-free black and whites and chocolate chip cookies. You can order these cookies at danasbakery.com.
These made-to-order vegan cookies are shipped fresh from their bakery. They specialize in soft, chewy cookies in classic, creative, and seasonal flavors. They ship out once a week, so be sure to order by Sunday for Tuesday shipments. You can order via their website at www.thenaughtycookie.com.
This vegan bakery doesn’t mess around. Their over-the-top cookies are a quarter pound – each! So eating them qualifies as a work out, right? They come in several hefty traditional, fun, and seasonal flavors that you can order at foxshipbakery.com.
Located in the mountain town of Mammoth Lakes, California, this bakery churns out a big range of fresh cookies, including a whole selection of vegan and paleo (dairy-free, but not vegan) cookies. You can order them online at www.dessertd.com.
Even if you’re nowhere near D.C., this legendary vegan bakery ships will ship a cookie gift pack right to your door. It includes their famous Cowvin sandwich cookies, along with several other classics. You can order it via www.stickyfingersbakery.com.
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.
This bakery “makes sweets for everyone.” They thoughtfully package vegan and paleo chocolate chip cookies in jumbo and mini sizes. You can order them at www.bakefully.com.
Perhaps you can’t visit an Erin McKenna’s bakery at Disney right now, but you can order her baked goods online. She ships all types of goodies from their vegan, gluten-free, soy-free bakeries, including cookies! They offer sandwich cookies and decorate your own sugar cookies (with frosting included). You can order them at shop.erinmckennasbakery.com.
Did you know David’s Cookies has a separate dairy-free, nut-free, and certified gluten-free facility where they bake allergy-friendly cookies? They really do! You can order a premade gift box of cookies and brownies, or pick from other popular flavors in the gluten-free section on www.davidscookies.com.
This vegan bakery makes a variety of big, 3-ounce cookies, and boxes them up in pretty assortments. You can order them online at www.mayascookies.com.
This popular cookie company makes a vegan and gluten-free chocolate chip cookie, which you can order by the freshly baked box. They say their icing is also “plant-based,” but don’t yet have a vegan and cookie icing kit available. You can order from their website at insomniacookies.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.
Yvonne doesn’t just ship one or two cookies. She offers a full assortment, a cookie bundle, and cookie subscriptions. It’s the gift that keeps on giving. You can place an order at yvonnesvegankitchen.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.
We have a special collection of dairy-free holiday cookie recipes. You can also enjoy some of my personal cookie recipes in Go Dairy Free: The Guide and Cookbook.