Bocce's Bakery was born in New York out of love for a pooch of the same name. While they're not a vegan company, they do have a number of impressive vegan options.
The PBnJ cookies, in particular, have the consistency of a soft cookie with a predominant scent of summer berries; I wanted to try these myself! Gifted to her by her Uncle JD, they were an instant hit.
So much so, that when the holidays rolled around, I ordered her an assortment of their vegan flavors.
For Christmas, lumps of coal: organic oat flour, blueberries, peanut butter, molasses (seasonal):
|even Santa knows she's naughty|
For Hanukkah, the big apple pie: organic oat flour, organic apples, cinnamon (absent peanut butter, these are crunchier than the others).
Knowing 89's affinity for Bocce's vegan offerings, JD picked up a sample of their newest vegan flavor, green remedy (aka green juice), for 89 when the company was tabling at his local Whole Foods.
You can order Bocce's treats online (they stay quite a while in the fridge), in stores, or follow them on Twitter to track the location of their summertime Biscuit Bike.
Thanks to Bocce's for making so many appealing, vegan options for our four-legged friends. You can always find at least two bags in the fridge at Chez 89.