Davelaar Jodenkoeken turn out to be vegan! Literally translates as ‘jew cookie’ the story goes in their current form they were first baked by a Jewish baker. But originally created at the end of the 19th century already! They are a typical Dutch cookie and well-known by everyone.
Davelaar informed Vegan Wiki that the vitamin D3 is no longer added although at the moment it still says so on the package. Oh and no worries, that ‘boteraroma’ is synthetic! Find them at various supermarkets.
For those who love British ginger biscuits. New at Jumbo supermarkets!
Apparently a big deal in Austria, these cookies exist for over a hundred years and have been vegan since the beginning. Yes that’s before the word ‘vegan’ existed! So Manner Neapolitaner wafers are tiny wafers filled with a hazelnut-chocolate cream filling. Neapolitan refers to stuff from Napoli, as the hazelnuts used apparently are from there. Which makes for a pretty delicious result! Also pretty inexpensive, just €1,20 for a package, available at Sterk nightshop.
These cookies from Albert Heijn Basic brand previously contained natural butter aroma. The ingredients changed a little and now they’re vegan!
Ingredients: wheat flour, sugar, palm fat, rapeseed oil, water, salt, emulsifier (E471), acidity regulator (citric acid). That E number is vegan.
Find these krakelingen at an Albert Heijn supermarket.
For more than 100 years Verkade has been producing these cookies and since recently they are vegan! They are half the original size now as well. Café Noir are biscuits with a thick coffee flavoured enamel layer on top and super yummy. Available in most supermarkets.
All this time these cookies were waiting for you in a supermarket in Amsterdam and you didn’t know about it! Welcome to Buitenveldert, the neighboorhood with a large Jewish population. The supermarket (Jumbo Kastelenstraat) has some shelves with just kosher products, including these delicious! vegan cookies from the brand Gross.