I’m super excited about this giveaway because it involves one of my truest loves — cookies! Vegan cookies! Woo!!
I had gotten word of Om Nom Nom Cookies via a giveaway on another blog a few months ago. They looked AMAZING, so I prayed to the Rafflecopter gods that I’d win. Sadly, I did not. So I’m sure you can imagine how psyched I was when they agreed to send me some samples AND let me do a giveaway of my own. So, so psyched!
Om Nom Nom cookies are 100% vegan and 110% awesome. I kid you not. These cookies are that good.
I was sent 6 different flavors to try out: Red Velvet, Chocolate Chip, Orange Zested Chocolate Chip, Spicy Mexican Snickerdoodle, Ultimate Peanut Butter, and Cranberry Walnut Oatmeal.
All of the cookies were absolutely delicious, but I’m going to highlight three of the more *unique* flavors.
This Red Velvet cookie was HUGE! As we all know, when it comes to cookies, bigger is definitely better. Ahem. I’ve never experienced red velvet in cookie form, so I was excited to try this. Despite the fact that it was on the thinner side, this thing was insanely moist. Like, melt-in-your-mouth moist. It had a nice chocolatey (red velvet-y?) flavor and I’d like another one right now please. 😉
It’s a good thing I noticed the word “spicy” on the label before I opened it, cos holy crapola, does this thing have kick! This was the first time I’ve ever tried (or heard of) a Spicy Mexican Snickerdoodle so I wasn’t sure what to expect. The first bite was a little shocking, because I didn’t think it would be quite that spicy. After a few more bites the initial “spice shock” wore off and I found that I actually liked it. The mix of chocolate and cayenne really grew on me, spice-induced runny nose aside. Oh, and like the Red Velvet cookie, this one was ridiculously moist. SO good.
I love the combination of chocolate and oranges, so I couldn’t wait to try this Orange Zested Chocolate Chip cookie. It was just as I hoped… A nice, moist traditional chocolate chip cookie with a little hint of orange flavor. Perfect!
Alright, now that you’ve gotten a taste (har har) of what they have to offer, I’m sure you’d like to try some Om Nom Nom Cookies for yourself. Well, lucky for you, I just so happen to be giving away a sample pack to one lucky winner. Oh, happy day! 😀
To enter, just click the cookies below and scroll down to the Rafflecopter.
Good luck, my vegan cookie lovin’ friends!
Disclosure: I was sent these cookies for review purposes. I was not compensated in any other way. All opinions are my own. Contest open to US residents only. Prize fulfillment to be handled directly by Om Nom Nom Cookies.
Gooey Butter cookies! I like in Saint Louis and gooey butter is a big thing here!
Mmm. Spicy Mexican Snickerdoodle.
These look amazing! I saw them on a website before. Have not tried them but that spicy Mexican Snickerdoodle looks top notch as well as the others!
hmmn those cookies look fantastic! I love the unique flavors. I think maybe the most unique cookie combo I made was little key lime cookie sandwiches.
Once I tried to bake a banana cookie. But it was not good. LOL
I made oatmeal white chocolate chip cookies. Not that adventurist
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The most unique cookie I’ve made is rum balls. I need to branch out in baking and tasting! 🙂
You had me at Red Velvet! 🙂 i will get this posted on my blog tomorrow!
I actually had the pleasure to tour our local Google data center this year and tasted a blueberry cookie in their cafeteria for the first time. It’s such a simple concept that I’m surprised I had never heard of or tasted a blueberry cookie before then.
Oooh! Now I want a blueberry cookie too!
The most unique cookie I’ve made is carrot cake cookies. I love carrot cake and I love cookies, so.
Yum! I LOVE carrot cake! 🙂
The most unique cookie I’ve tasted was pumpkin-sage….but it was quite good!
The most unique I’ve had was lemon crisp:)
Those look yummy. Red velvet looks intriguing.
The most unique cookie I’ve ever tried was an orange Ginger Cookie. So yummy!
Not sure what would considered unique. I ate a lot of mother’s milk cookies last year. They were good too 🙂
I make great White Chocolate chip Coconut walnut cookies. Even My mailman loved them 🙂
The most unique cookies I’ve made have been raw cookie made with dates and nuts. Maybe not so unique now, but at the time I thought it was the coolest idea!
The most unique cookie I’ve ever eaten was a lemon lavender sugar cookie. I was a little hesitant the first couple of bites, with the little bits of flower staring me in the face, but I really enjoyed it.
Probably the most unique I’ve ever tried was a pumpkin gob with caramelized ginger cream filling – yummy.
I once added coconut to my oatmeal cookies. It thought they were great, but my son didn’t like them.
I have had a cranberry orange cookie, and it was great!
Tried making flour less chocolate chip cookies. Chickpeas aren’t that bad in dessert items after all 🙂
I would love to try any of the flavors! They look so good.
I had a chipotle pepper dark chocolate cookie which was quite unusual–sounds similar to yours!
Every Christmas my family makes macaroons containing cornflakes. I have never seen anyone else make this cookie!