Ripples’ Cookies Now Allergen-Free!

Now you can order allergen-free cookies to support Ripples!

Coming soon, Ripples Cookies is offering 100% allergen-free cookies.  This means everything we bake will be 100% gluten-free and vegan, with options for you to order sugar-free, nut-free, and chocolate-free cookies too!  The chocolate chips we’re now using are Kosher and free of the top 8 allergens: milk, soy, wheat, eggs, peanuts, tree nuts, fish and shellfish. We are also 100% soy-free, all organic, and fair trade.  That means that if we use vanilla extract in a recipe, it’s from a Fair Trade source.

Eat Cookies, Help Wildlife!

The proceeds from each sale go to supporting Ripples’ projects and other important non-profit organizations like the National Wildlife Federation, coming to Fayetteville this Friday, June 1st from 3:00 – 5:00pm at the Gazebo in Gulley Park to celebrate the state of Arkansas’ first Certified Wildlife Community! Remember when you bought Ripples’ cookies last year and we were able to donate $20 to National Wildlife Federations’ habitat project? Well, everyone came together to certify their backyards and community spaces just like Ripples did, and now Fayetteville will be the first in the state to successfully organize enough native habitat to qualify for this distinction.  You ate cookies = wildlife got more places to live! Thank you!

I’m still working out the details of our new allergen-free cookies, such as whether or not Enjoy Life allergen-free chocolate chips are also fair trade and organic, and what the pricing will look like once we substitute common allergens for replacement ingredients.  But you can be certain that Ripples’ Cookies will still be delicious and ethical, as always!  This fall, expect a return of moist pumpkin chocolate chip cookies – without the allergens! 🙂

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Debbie Hackney

Sounds great! Let us know when you start making these delicious cookies. This might be worth a try for dad. We will pay for postage and part of that can go to the wildlife foundation.


Sure thing! Thanks!

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