Vegan & Paleo Cookies
Gluten-free & dairy-free cookies made fresh, with 100% natural ingredients with zero additives, zero preservatives, and no using of commercial fillers.
Every gram is packed with real wholesome nutrition!
"Paleo" comes from the word "Paleolithic". In layman terms, it refers to humans during the caveman era, before agriculture and all that ultra-processed food we have now.
To Bakening, going Paleo isn't about following exactly what the cavemen ate. After all, who knew what they really ate? Plus, our environments and lifestyles are wildly different now (I bet cavemen didn't need to detox or destress from a pollutive or chronically stressful environment; they didn't sit at office desks the whole day too).
Unfortunately, Paleo has been overhyped in recent years. Some people misunderstand it to be a high-meat low-carb diet. The truth is, our ancestors ate waaaaay more plants than meat, and high-carb starchy root vegetables were a mainstay of the hunter-gatherers' diet.
Paleo simply means evolution. It means going back to basics, eating what our bodies were designed to digest and get nutrients from, and cutting out the processed junk and chemicals that our bodies can't recognise. :)
All of us are unique individuals with different ancestors; there is no one-size-fits-all when it comes to diet. Listen to the temple of your soul and it will tell you what Paleo means.
Bring out the best in you!
Bakening's kitchen only bakes vegetarian products without alcohol (not even vanilla extract). The only animal products we use are eggs and honey. However, Bakening is not halal-certified so it depends on your comfort level.
Bakening have their own baking facility and only make paleo, vegetarian, gluten- and dairy-free products. While all the ingredients are gluten- and dairy-free by nature, please note that Bakening don't send the products for allergen tests and they're not certified. Bakening takes extra care to prevent cross-contamination but they can't give a 100% guarantee that our food is free from allergens.
You can find the nutrition information of the cookies on the product pages by clicking on the product itself. It'll be at the product image.