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Pocket Power-Ups

It doesn’t compute that these delicious, soft-baked cookies are good-for-you, high energy snacks, yet each packs a whopping 18 grams of plant-based protein and zero gluten, soy, or dairy. Available in classic cookie varieties like Snickerdoodle and Oatmeal Raisin Spice, good luck finding your favorite.

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13 Energizing Snacks That Frequent Hikers Swear By

Writer, photographer, and outdoors expert Laura Hughes tells SELF that she loves to take cookies with her on hikes, but not just any old cookies. She swears by the cookies from Munk Pack, which include flavors like snickerdoodle, peanut butter chocolate chip, and coconut white chip macadamia—basically, anything you could want.



Vegan, gluten-free, and packed with a whopping 18 grams of plant-based protein per cookie, these super cookies from Munk Pack are our new morning jam. The combination of crunchy macadamia chunks and chewy coconut flakes makes this a super satisfying cookie to kickstart the day. Who says you can't have cookies for breakfast?


These Are Our Favorite Store-Bought Chocolate Chip Cookies

Munk Pack spikes its cookie dough with peanut butter for added creaminess. Taste-wise, we give this pick a go because how can you go wrong with the classic chocolate and PB combo? But, you’ll likely have to keep your eyes peeled for this one because, chances are, it’s not sharing supermarket real estate with Chips Ahoy.


The Best New Healthy Snacks for Kids

Perfect for stashing in your bag on your way to the playground, these cookies contain a whopping 18 grams of protein per cookie, plus 6 grams of fiber. As if this weren't cool enough, they also manage to be vegan and gluten-free. So far they're available in oatmeal raisin, coconut white chocolate macadamia nut, peanut butter chocolate chip, and double dark chocolate flavors.


The 6 Best-Tasting Non-Bar Energy Foods

Munk Pack’s best recipe goes all in on chocolate in a morsel that’s somewhere between cookie and cake-y. It’s not easy to cover up the tell-tale traces of protein flavor (and the cookie packs 18 grams of the stuff); chocolate chips seem to do the trick.

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9 Protein Bars That Will Keep Your Hanger At Bay

If regular protein bars weird you out, turn to one of these protein cookies instead. "I braced myself a little before biting into because, let me be honest, anything protein-based usually has an odd/strong taste to it," wrote one reviewer. "To my surprise, this was NOT the case at all. In fact, all three flavors are quite enjoyable."


Eat to Run

These plant-based cookies, which have a clean ingredient list that includes peanut butter and gluten-free oats, contain 18 grams of protein from peas and brown rice plus 6 grams of fiber, making them a very satisfying treat. The texture is soft and cake-like, and testers gave a thumbs-up for the oatmeal raisin spice and double dark chocolate flavors (the latter tastes very similar to a brownie!).


The Best Fitness Gear for Summer 2017

Curb your hunger on the road or trail with these perfect oatmeal squeezes. They’re filled with superfoods like quinoa, chia, acai, and non-GMO oats. Plus, each pack has real-fruit tang for just enough slow- and fast-burning energy to get you through a long bike ride, hike, or training day without weighing you down. Only 90-110 calories per pack, Munk Packs are gluten-free and vegan.