Bake With Your Heart – Holiday Baking Ingredient List | Humane Groceries

Bake With Your Heart – Holiday Baking Ingredient List | Humane Groceries

Latest Update: September 30, 2021

Get ready, humane holiday bakers! ‘Tis the season to impress with your tastiest—and most animal-friendly—baked goods. Whether you’re whipping up your holiday classic for a dessert table centerpiece or trying out a new recipe for a cookie swap, check out our shopping list of plant-based and animal welfare-certified baking ingredients pulled straight from our Shop With Your Heart Grocery List. Happy baking!

Did you make an impressive batch? Please share a photo of your baked goods and tag @ASPCA with the hashtag #ShopWithYourHeart!

Look for the labels! These are the 3 certifications recognized by the ASPCA Shop With Your Heart program:

Or look for a plant-based alternative, denoted by this icon ! When a product shows the basic GAP label without a number, look for separate language on the package identifying the product’s step level.

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To purchase these products online or find them in-store, visit our main Grocery List.

Eggs

Albertsons – O Organics Cage-Free eggs, Open Nature cage-free eggs Alderfer’s Eggs Aldi – Simply Nature cage-free organic eggs *only available in select stores Alexandre Family Farm – Pasture Raised Eggs; All Products Certified Blue Sky Family Farms Bob’s Red Mill Egg Replacer – powder Born Free Eggs Carol’s Eggs Central Market – organic pasture-raised eggs Contented Hen Consider Pasture – pasture-raised eggs Costco – Kirkland Signature organic eggs The Country Hen – organic brown eggs Davidson’s Safest Choice Cage-Free Eggs Eco Meal Cage-Free Eggs Eggology – all cage free products certified Ener-G Egg Replacer – egg The Farmer’s Hen – cage-free brown eggs, organic cage-free brown eggs, hard cooked & peeled cage-free eggs Farmer’s Hen House Follow Your Heart – VeganEgg Giving Nature Green Meadow Organics Happy Belly Cage-Free Eggs Harris Teeter Free Range Brown Eggs Ingles Market – Laura Lynn eggs Judy’s Family Farm Lathem Farms Meijer – True Goodness Free Range Eggs Natural Grocers – pasture-raised eggs Nature Fed Cage-Free Eggs Nature’s Yoke – organic, pasture-raised and free-range eggs Neat – egg substitute Nellie’s Free Range Eggs Nest Fresh New Seasons Market – cage-free eggs, free range organic brown eggs Pete and Gerry’s Phil’s Fresh Eggs Raley’s: Cage-Free Brown Eggs Safeway – O Organic Cage-Free eggs, Open Nature cage-free eggs Sam’s Club – Member’s Mark Cage Free Eggs Sauders – cage-free brown, free range, pasture-raised eggs Shaws – O Organics Cage-Free eggs, Open Nature cage-free eggs South Mountain Creamery Cage-Free Brown Eggs Stiebrs Farms – Sunrise Fresh, Go-Organic, Natural Choice eggs Utopihen – Pasture Raised Eggs Vital Farms Vons – O Organics Cage-Free eggs, Open Nature cage-free eggs White Oak Pastures Wilcox Farms 

Butter & Spreads

Milk

Alexandre Family Farm – Grass Fed Milk; All Products Certified Almond Breeze – almond milks Califia Farms – almond milk, oat milk, coconut milk, cashew milk, creamers Chef’s Choice – Coconut Milk, Coconut Cream The Coconut Company – Coconut Milk Powder Dream – rice milk Eden Soy – soy milk Good Karma – flax milk Hart Dairy –  Grass Fed Milk, Grass Fed Chocolate Milk Milkadamia – macadamia milk Nature’s Charm – Coconut Milk, Coconut Whipping Cream New Barn – Almond Milk O Organics – almond milk Oatly! – Barista Edition, regular, low-fat, chocolate Oatsome – Oat milk Organic Pastures – milk, cream Pacific Foods – almond milk, hemp milk, soy milk, hazelnut milk, rice milk, oat milk, coconut milk, cashew milk Planet Oat Oatmilk – oat milk Pure Eire Dairy Quaker Oat Beverage – oat milk Real Coco – Coconut Milk, Coconut Creamer Ripple – pea milk Silk – soy milk, almond milk, oat milk, coconut milk, cashew milk So Delicious – creamers, almond milk, coconut milk, cashew milk Summer Hill Goat Dairy Take Two – Barley Milk Tempt – hemp milk Working Cows Dairy – milk, whipping cream Zeal Creamery For a full list of certified meat, egg and dairy brands as well as plant-based alternatives that you can find in stores and online, please visit aspca.org/foodbrands.

If you are having trouble finding welfare-certified or plant-based alternatives, let your local grocery store know you want them to stock more humane products!

Please contact us at [email protected] if we have missed a company or product that should be on this list.

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