Upcycled Oat Chocolate Chip Cookie Mix

7 reviews
Renewal Mill Upcycled Oat Chocolate Chip Cookie Mix
7 reviews

Upcycled Oat Chocolate Chip Cookie Mix

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  • Earth Kosher Certified
  • Gluten Free
  • Vegan

Crispy edges. Soft chewy centres. Notes of butterscotch, brown sugar, and vanilla. Finally, a good dose of chocolate chips. Yep, it doesn't get better than this. Oh wait, yes it does: it's also vegan, gluten-free, and easy to make. Miracles really do exist.

Renewal Mill makes gluten-free flours upcycled from byproducts of plant-based milk production.
White Rice Flour, Organic Cane Sugar*, Organic Brown Sugar*, Chocolate Chips (Vegan Sugar, Unsweetened Chocolate, Cocoa Butter, Dextrose, Soy Lecithin, Natural Vanilla Extract), Oat Milk Flour (Oats, Water)+, Organic Pea Starch*+, Organic Garbanzo Bean Flour*, Sea Salt, Natural Flavor, Vanilla Powder (Dextrose, Vanilla Bean), Xanthan Gum, Baking Soda Contains: SOY *Organic +Upcycled View Nutrition Facts

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How it does good

Fighting climate change from the kitchen

When food is wasted, that means all the resources that went into growing it are also wasted. Renewal Mill creates upcycled ingredients from places in the food system where nutrition is lost, starting with the byproducts of plant-based milk production, which include soybean, almond, and oat pulp. They dry and mill these pulps to make ingredients that are rich in fiber and protein, and have a smaller impact on the environment. (Yep, from pulp. Who knew?)

  • Fair Trade America Certified

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Renewal Mill

Renewal Mill is on a mission to fight climate change through upcycled foods. The women-led team sources ingredients from places in the food system where nutrition is lost. Utilizing byproducts of plant-based milk, they've created a line of gluten-free flours that are high in fiber and protein.

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How to use

Just add oil and water. Bake. Breathe in that fresh cookie smell and try not to open the oven early. Seriously, they're worth the wait.

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Samantha F.
United States United States

Not my favorite

Probably needed to use better/fresher canola oil, but still not sure I would buy again. Ultimately reminded me of why I like cookies made with butter.

Trenise Q.
United States United States

Oat Chocolate Chip Cookie Mix

This product is ok. My whole family who is not vegan really enjoyed the brownie mix.



Yummy Cookies!



Cookies were just right and dissapeared straight away! Everyone enjoyed them, vegan or not!

Rebecca D.

Delish - "doesn't taste GF or Vegan !!"

Avid cookie baker (from scratch) here. Was intrigued to try the renewal mill product for eco reasons. Also daughter is GF/Vegan so she's the beneficiary and reported "Tastes MUCH better than typical GF or Vegan cookie" - Not at all dry or bland. Followed instructions to the letter. Did add in 1/2 cup of dark choc chips to intensify chocolate factor.