MyVegan Gooey Filled Cookie Review

I am going to try to put together a comprehensive review for you that will cover the taste, texture and value for your money with some quick tips how to get a discount on these 🙂

They come as a whole box of 12 amazing cookies in two flavours:

  • Double Chocolate & Caramel
  • Double Chocolate & Peanut Butter

Product Name: Vegan Gooey Filled Cookie

Buy: MyVegan

Content: 12 x 75g

Nutritional Information (per cookie):

  • Energy: 248 kcal
  • Carbohydrates: 37g
  • Protein: 13g
  • Fat: 8.1g
  • Fibre: 4.6g

So let’s have a look at these stats.

You might notice that these cookies are quite high in sugar but that’s exactly what we want and I will explain that shortly.

It might not be amazingly high in protein compared to a protein shake, which would ideally have twice as much, but 13g of protein per piece is pretty decent.

The reason why these are amazing as a post-workout bite is that when we exercise, we use carbohydrates as a primary fuel for our bodies so, logically, we have to replenish these stores after. Sports Nutrition suggest that you take a 1g of carbohydrates per kg of body weight straight after exercise. In other words, If your weight is 70kg, you should eat 70g of carbohydrates within 30 mins after you finish session. With 37g, this cookie cannot deliver the whole amount but It can significantly help with recovery and you can always top your carbs up when you get home from the gym.

Great snacks to compliment this awesome cookie are:

  • Glass of semi-skimmed milk – cca 15g of carbs (milk and cookies, who would resist that?)
  • Banana – cca 23g (perfect post workout snack)
  • Strawberries (any other berries for that matter) – cca 16g in 50g

So, at a first glance, these bad boys looked like a high sugar snack that everyone is trying to tell you to stay away from if you want to lose weight but you cannot avoid carbohydrates if you exercise. This would be highly counterproductive. It’s definitely good to keep an eye on the overall sugar intake because It is true that we consume way too much of it and don’t move as much as we should.

Here are some tips If you want to decrease sugar in your diet but you are active and want to use these “pick me up” snacks during the day when your energy is low or as a replenishment after exercise:

  • Don’t add sugar in your tea/coffee (think about how much extra sugar are you consuming in every cup)
  • Have a salad with your meal rather than a huge portion of potatoes or rice
  • Switch to wholegrain bread
  • Limit takeaway coffees (latte, mochaccino, frappe etc)
  • Read labels – you will be surprised how many products have added sugar – baked beans to name a popular one

The amount of fibre is not so bad either. And if you combine the cookie with an apple or a banana you already consumed 1/5 of your daily fibre recommended intake (30g).

This cookie is, however, not very low in fat. In order for food to be able to claim that it’s low fat, less than 30% of its calories can come from fat so for example, something that has 100g can only have 3g of fat to be classed as “low fat”. The brand doesn’t claim this product to be low fat though but I thought it would be good to mention if some of you are watching fat intake.

How about the taste?


One of the best store bought cookies out there and If you are a vegan, congratulations, they are perfect for you.

They are the best if you heat them up in a microwave for 10-15 seconds (don’t quote me, I suggest trying it out in your own microwave first). I don’t own one so I either use one at work or just pop it in the oven. The chocolate part becomes exceptionally soft and the center becomes liquid caramel/peanut butter, depending on which flavour you choose.

I do eat them raw sometimes, I don’t mind. They are not very gooey but soft enough not to break your teeth 🙂 The caramel center is however a little gritty when tough but it doesn’t bother me at all.

Price and Value

Seriously, these are one of the best one I have tried!!! I honestly recommend you give them a go, I know £24.99 for 12 pieces makes up for more than £2 a cookie but I always buy them in bulk when there is a sale but there are other ways to get them for less:

  • I can currently offer you 15% OFF through this LINK and a code SAVE15WVM (excludes clear vegan protein)
  • Use Quidco cashback platform (10% cashback at the time of writing the article)
  • Use student discount if you can
  • Watch out for Black Friday, Christmas, Spring, Summer and Autumn deals 🙂

Let me know in the comments If my review helped 🙂


2 thoughts on “MyVegan Gooey Filled Cookie Review”

  • This sounds very good. I did hear about vegan food but not vegan cookie dough. It must taste interesting. Would I try it? I might as long as it had real chocolate chips in it.

    • Depends what you call “real” 🙂 However, they have to be a dark chocolate chips in order for the cookie to be vegan. So cheap milk chocolate with a lot of additives would not work. I like the chocolate chips in them very much. They are not big but there is enough of them to give you a nice surprise 🙂 Also the cookie is meant to be heated so the idea of the chocolate chips is to melt anyway 🙂

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