Best cookies in Vancouver

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Whether you like your cookies soft and chewy or crunchy and gooey, Vancouver’s baking scene has got your covered. With so many bakeries creating their own deliciously wicked versions of this old-time classic treat, we’ve complied a list of where to find the best cookies in the city.

Purebread

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Purebread’s Chocolate Chip Cookie (Jess Fleming / Vancity Buzz)

Having earned themselves quite the reputation for housing a staggering array of baked goods, it should come as no surprise that Purebread offers an incredibly decadent and delicious chocolate chip cookie ($3). Handcrafted on-site, this sizeable treat rocks timeless flavours and is topped with a dash of sea salt.

Address: 159 West Hastings Street
Phone: 604-563-8060
Website: www.purebread.ca

Finch’s Tea & Coffee House

Chocolate Chip Cookie (Jess Fleming / Vancity Buzz)

Finch’s Chocolate Chip Cookie (Jess Fleming / Vancity Buzz)

Like your cookies soft and chewy? Finch’s Tea & Coffee House has got you covered. Round, freshly-baked and delicious, this charming corner café, on West Pender offers two types of cookies, first a chocolate chip and the second an oatmeal, chocolate chip, and raisin cookie, which are both priced at $2.25.

Address: 353 West Pender Street
Phone: 604-899-4040
Websitewww.finchteahouse.com

Small Victory

Photo courtesy of Small Victory

Photo courtesy of Small Victory

In addition to their freshly-baked loaves and sandwiches, Yaletown’s Small Victory also boasts a range of sweet treats all made on site in the bakery’s open kitchen. Presented neatly behind the glass display case, these tempting delights include chocolate-filled croissants, cheesecakes, scones, tarts, muffins and the widely popular double chocolate cookie ($2.50).

Address: 1088 Homer Street
Phone: 604-899-8892
Website: www.smallvictory.ca

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Cadeaux Bakery

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Photo courtesy of Cadeaux Bakery

This Powell Street haven of baked goodies offers customers a wide range of freshly-baked cookies (all priced at $1.65) to indulge in. Choose from an array of options including Gingersnap, Oatmeal Raisin, Hazelnut, or Raspberry Jam Rugelach, Walnut Sugar Cookies, Chocolate Biscotti and the Chocolate Chip Cookie, which is made with butter, brown sugar, flour, Belgian chocolate chips, eggs and love.

Address: 172 Powell Street
Phone: 604-608-8889
Website: www.cadeauxbakery.com

Beacoup Bakery

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Don’t pass up the opportunity to try Beaucoup Bakery’s popular Peanut Butter Sandwich Cookie ($3.75). Comprised of a rich and creamy peanut butter filling, which is pressed between two melt-in-your-mouth peanut butter cookies, this cookie satisfies even the most intense sweet and savoury cravings.

Address: 2150 Fir Street
Phone: 604-732-4222
Website: www.beaucoupbakery.com

The Last Crumb Bakery & Cafe

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Photo courtesy of The Last Crumb

A visit to this Main Street bakery will have you licking your lips in anticipation as you eye all the baked good treasures on offer. Lovingly handmade in small batches, the The Last Crumb serves Ginger Molasses, Oatmeal and Cranberry, and a gluten-free Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip cookie, in addition to a range of scrumptious cookie sandwiches, like the Chocolate Chip Pecan with a vanilla bean buttercream. Cookies are priced at $2.95 each and $3.95 for the sandwich variety.

Address: 3080 Main Street
Phone: 604-872-0195
Website: www.lastcrumb.ca

Matchstick

Yes, Matchstick is renowned for their coffee, but their cookies alone are worth a trip to either of the roaster’s brick-and-mortar stores. Made-on-site at both locations (Chinatown and Mount Pleasant), Matchstick offers a choc chip cookie ($2.90), in addition to rotating seasonal specials, like the toasted rye and oats, with a gooey rhubarb-apple jam centre.

Address: 213 East Georgia Street
Phone: 604-336-0213

Address: 639 East 15 Avenue
Phone: 604 558 0639

Website: www.matchstickcoffee.com

Edible Flours

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Specializing in vegan baked goods, Edible Flours serves up freshly baked cookies every day. Studded with chocolate chips, Edible Flours’ Choc Chip Cookie ($1.75) is crunchy on the outside yet chewy on the inside – a winning combination. Ingredients include organic unbleached white flour, organic oat flour, maple syrup, organic cane sugar, chocolate chips, canola oil, vanilla extract, and aluminum-free baking powder.

Address: 2280 West Broadway, Kitsilano
Phone: 604-734-8351
Website: www.edibleflours.ca

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Butter Baked Goods

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At Butter you will find an enticing array of sweet bites, including the bakery’s Birthday Cake Sandwich Cookie ($3). Comprised of two sugar cookies (made with butter, vegetable oil, eggs, sugar, and flour, with the addition of the festive multicolour sprinkles), this decadent delight is sandwiched with a generous helping of Butter’s famous fluffy pink vanilla buttercream icing.

Address: 4907 MacKenzie Street
Phone: 604-221-4333
Website: www.butterbakedgoods.com

Musette Caffe

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Photo courtesy of Musette Caffee

If you’ve been to Musette Caffe, you’ve probably walked out with one of their cookies. Stacked on top of each other on the counter, they’re nearly impossible to resist. Using cookie dough from Gluten Free Epicurean, Musette has created a comforting and crumbly chocolate chip and walnut cookie ($3.10).

Address: 1262 Burrard Street
Phone: 604-336-1159

Address: 75 East Pender Street, Chinatown
Phone: 604-336-4171

Website: www.musettecaffe.com

Bel Café

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Celebrated amongst the Vancouver baking scene, Bel Café is well-known for their excellent pastries and biscuits. The rustic Trail Mix Cookie ($3.50) falls somewhere between a muesli bar and a biscuit. Feeling indulgent? Don’t miss the Valrhona Dark Chocolate Chunk Cookie ($2.70). It is dense, rich and the perfect afternoon pick-me-up.

Address: Located at the Rosewood Hotel Georgia, 801 West Georgia Street
Phone: 604-673-7000
Website: www.belcafe.com

Nosh

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This recently-opened grab and go café and bakery in the Telus Garden building churns out a variety of sweet and savoury goods, but be sure to drop by for their delicious cookies (all priced at $2.50). Nosh offers house-made Macadamia Nut, Chocolate Chip, Double Chocolate, and Oatmeal and Raisin cookies. Nosh’s cookies are sizable and boast a soft centre.

Address: 101-510 West Georgia Street
Phone: 604-449-6674
Website: www.glowbalgroup.com/nosh


Best cookies in Vancouver

By Vancity Buzz

  • Purebread

    By Vancity Buzz

    Having earned themselves quite the reputation for housing a staggering array of baked goods, it should come as no surprise that Purebread offers an incredibly decadent and delicious chocolate chip cookie ($3). Handcrafted on-site this sizable treat rocks timeless flavours and is topped with a dash of sea salt.

  • Finch’s Tea & Coffee House

    By Vancity Buzz

    Like your cookies soft and chewy? Finch’s Tea & Coffee House has got you covered. Round, freshly baked and delicious, this charming corner café, on West Pender, offers two types of cookies, first a chocolate chip and the second an oatmeal, chocolate chip, and raison cookie, which are both priced at $2.25.

  • Small Victory

    By Vancity Buzz

    Presented neatly behind the glass display case, these tempting delights include: chocolate-filled croissants, cheesecakes, scones, tarts, muffins and the widely popular double chocolate cookie ($2.50).

  • Cadeaux Bakery

    By Vancity Buzz

    This Powell Street haven of baked goodies, offers customers a wide range of freshly baked cookies (all priced at $1.65) to indulge in. 

  • Beaucoup Bakery

    By Vancity Buzz

    Don’t miss Beaucoup Bakery’s popular Peanut Butter Sandwich Cookie ($3.75). Comprised of a rich and creamy peanut butter filling, which is pressed between two melt-in-your-mouth peanut butter cookies, this cookie satisfies even the most intense sweet and savoury cravings.

  • The Last Crumb Bakery & Cafe

    By Vancity Buzz

    Lovingly handmade in small batches, the The Last Crumb serves Ginger Molasses, Oatmeal and Cranberry, and a gluten-free Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip cookie, in addition to a range of scrumptious cookie sandwiches, like the Chocolate Chip Pecan with a vanilla bean buttercream.

  • Matchstick

    By Vancity Buzz

    Made-on-site at both locations (Chinatown and Mount Pleasant), Matchstick offers a choc chip cookie ($2.90), in addition to rotating seasonal specials, like the toasted rye and oats, with a gooey rhubarb-apple jam centre.

  • Edible Flours

    By Vancity Buzz

    Specializing in vegan baked goods, Edible Flours serves up freshly baked cookies every day. Studded with chocolate chips, Edible Flours’ Choc Chip Cookie ($1.75) is crunchy on the outside yet chewy on the inside.

  • Musette Caffe

    By Vancity Buzz

    If you’ve been to Musette Caffe, you’ve probably walked out with one of these. Stacked on top of each other on the counter, they’re near impossible to resist. Using cookie dough from [Gluten Free Epicurean](http://www.glutenfreeepicurean.ca/), Musette has created a comforting and crumbly chocolate chip and walnut cookie ($3.10).

  • Bel Café

    By Vancity Buzz

    Celebrated amongst the Vancouver baking scene, Bel Café is well-known for their excellent pastries and biscuits. The rustic Trail Mix Cookie ($3.50) falls somewhere between a muesli bar and a biscuit. Feeling indulgent? Don’t miss the Valrhona Dark Chocolate Chunk Cookie ($2.70). It is dense, rich and the perfect afternoon pick-me-up.

  • Nosh

    By Vancity Buzz

    This recently opened West Georgia café and bakery churns out a variety of sweet and savoury goods, but be sure to drop by for their delicious cookies (all priced t $2.50). Made-on-site soft, Nosh offers Macadamia Nut, Chocolate Chip, Double Chocolate, and Oatmeal and Raisin cookies. Nosh’s cookies are sizable and boast a soft centre.

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