Sweets, Fluffy cupcakes, and aromatic Vegan cakes. Welcome to the Vegan Bakeries paradise!
The smell of bread coming out of the oven is unique. It awakens childhood memories, reminds you of situations, and travels you on delicious paths and roads. I think there is no better start to the day than to visit an oven that is full of freshly baked goodies and that is why we have gathered the 10 best Vegan Bakeries that if you stay close you have to go every day if you stay for it is worth visiting if they are on your way.
Clementine Bakery – 395 Classon Ave in Brooklyn
Elle Barton started Clementine Bakery with a few bucks and a book of vegan recipes. Simple baked goods made with love and seasonal ingredients. Their goal is to satisfy your taste buds by using healthy and fresh ingredients that are 100% vegan.
Each small batch is individually handmade by our bakers to ensure the tastiest treats in Brooklyn. Elle opened Clementine Bakery in Bed-Stuy in 2012 in a tiny storefront on Greene Avenue, baking treats and custom cakes.
They also have Gluten-Free options and dog treats for your lovely dogs. Their special days are great! I have tried the BBQ “Chicken” Veggie sandwich with cheese and ranch on a toasted ciabatta roll and it was heaven in the mouth!
Cinnamon Snail – The Pennsy, 33rd and 7th Avenue, New York, NY
Started back on Valentine’s Day of 2010 as the country’s first vegan organic food truck, The Cinnamon Snail has become one of NYC’s most beloved vegan institutions. Their food trucks still serve at festivals, farmers’ markets, and catering events, and our two brick and mortar locations in FiDi and Midtown Manhattan continue to tear the roof off of people’s expectations of vegan cuisine. All their food is Kosher, 100% vegan, and crafted by a wild west wizard with a cauldron. Try their Cinnamon rolls! They are simply hypnotizing! A Vegan Bakery that you will love!
Sweet to Lick – 78 Hillside Avenue, Williston Park, NY
Sweet To Lick is a place built Vegan from the start. In 2000 Michael (your baker) met a dope vegan lady. They went out and found very little vegan food and even fewer good vegan desserts. Their humble baker thought “I can do better than this, how hard could it be.” Well, in 2010 he finally figured out the best chocolate chip cookies since time vegan.
Choose from delicious cookies to various Pastries and Gluten-free options. I have tried their Fluffanutter bar with Peanut Butter and Marshmallows. Oh my! Delicious!
Body and Soul Bake Shop – Union Square W & E 17th St, New York, NY
At Body & Soul Bakeshop, their small, diverse staff collectively value earth care, people care, community & high-quality foods. They have been crafting uncommonly delicious vegan baked goods and sharing them with their NYC community since 1993. They strive to create the best tasting, most wholesome products. Their baked goods never contain artificial ingredients, trans fats, or unhealthy cholesterol.
Confectionery – 440 E 9th St, New York, NY
Confectionery! is a joint sweet shop from Sweet Maresa’s and Lagusta’s Luscious. Organic & fair trade & vegan, as usual, of course. Opened May 2016. You have to try their Gluten-free double chocolate peanut butter cake. You will love it!
Levain Bakery – 351 Amsterdam Ave, New York
Competitive swimmers and triathletes, Pam and Connie passed their grueling workouts by engaging in passionate conversations about starting their own company and baking, which ultimately inspired them to leave their respective careers in fashion and finance. They opened a small bread shop in 1995, which they named Levain Bakery. Pam Weekes and Connie McDonald created Levain Bakery in 1995, out of their passions for food, friendship, and hard work. Do not miss their cookies!
Marthas Country Bakery – 70-28 Austin Street Forest Hills, New York
Martha’s Bakery was founded with the goal of providing our customers with classic American baked goods in a warm, friendly atmosphere. By baking all their products on-site, they fill their stores with the delicious smells of fresh cakes and pies to bring back that delightful, warm feeling every time of the year. Each day, they bake everything from scratch using the finest ingredients. Try their beautiful strawberry shortcake.
Lee Lee’s Baked Goods – 283 West 118th Street, New York
In 1964, Alvin Lee Smalls, a South Carolina native who had recently moved to New York” was working in the bakery of New York-Presbyterian Hospital. While browsing a newspaper one day, he came across a recipe for rugelach. Smalls loved baking, and would often practice at home. He didn’t see the dessert as a traditional Jewish treat but rather as an opportunity to make something delicious. He made a batch of rugelach based on the recipe, and after experimenting for six months, Smalls finally perfected his own version of the unique pastry, leading to the beginning of a cross-cultural legend in the Village of Harlem.
Erin Mckennas Bakery – 248 Broome St, New York
America’s finest gluten-free vegan bakery by Erin McKenna. Donuts, bagels, cupcakes, cookies, and more. Now taking national deliveries! Try their Jelly Donuts!
By The Way Bakery – 2442 Broadway New York
This is a special place, the kind you remember, but can never find. By the Way is an old-fashioned bakery where everything is made by hand, in small batches. All their baked goods are gluten-free and dairy-free. They’re also certified kosher pareve. Most important, everything we make is as delicious as – if not better than – most conventional baked goods. Blueberry muffins bursting with blueberries. A lemon layer cake made with fresh lemon zest and filled with homemade lemon curd. A chocolate chip cookie made with the finest Belgian chocolate. A smile you can taste. They are specialized in custom made cakes!
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