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Vegan Treats
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1444 Linden St Bethlehem, PA 18018, United States
1444 Linden StreetUSPennsylvaniaBethlehem18018
(610) 861-7660vegantreats.com
$Bakery, Restaurant or CafeToday 10:00 am – 9:00 pm
Monday 10:00 am – 9:00 pmTuesday 10:00 am – 9:00 pmWednesday 10:00 am – 9:00 pmThursday 10:00 am – 9:00 pmFriday 10:00 am – 10:00 pmSaturday 10:00 am – 10:00 pmSunday 10:00 am – 10:00 pm
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Vegan Treats goes the cruelty-free route and satisfies both the palate and the conscience, inextricably linking the business of dessert with the ethics of caring about animals. After all, how many other bakers actively support animal advocacy groups like Farm Sanctuary, The American Anti-Vivisection Society and the Humane Society of the United States? And how many other bakers carefully choose their ingredients with taste and the well being of the earth and animals in mind?

Compassion has never tasted so delicious.
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"Best vegan bakery around to satisfy anyone's sweet tooth."
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"Even the gluten free cakes are good."
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"We ordered 2 birthday cakes for my daughters birthday party from there."
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Amanda Freeman
5 months ago
Vegan Treats is not vegan, nor do they even care to be. They have admitted that they are 100% aware that their sprinkles and various other ingredients are not vegan, but they fully intend to continue using them. Vegan Treats, you're diluting the word "vegan" and making it harder for vegans to get the things we need. Stop it. Go back to being actually vegan and then we can talk. --- Full review: Vegan Treats is using non-vegan items in some of their food, like Chex (which has D3) and sprinkles with confectioner's glaze (made of crushed bugs). Vegan Treats has also now blocked me and at least five other people who have asked about this (politely!) on their FB wall and deleted our questions. That's really troubling on multiple counts. They seem to be only willing to respond via email to questions about their non-vegan ingredients, but they're accusing people of "fighting" them for expecting vegan items to actually be vegan. Here's their email response: "We have chosen to utilize a brand of sprinkles that does contain Confectioner's Glaze. Although this is a very controversial ingredient within the vegan community, we would prefer to be transparent with my customers, and allow them to make the choice for themselves. We do utilize Chex brand cereal in our bakery. Although their source of Vitamin D can sometimes be controversial, we have chosen to stand in line with various guidebooks and to consider this cereal to be vegan." "We hope that the vegan community can join together to recognize the importance of vegan businesses, and instead of fighting one another, we join together to discourage our friends, family members, neighbors, and strangers from patronizing 'traditional' restaurants, bakeries, and grocery store aisles." "Although you may have decided not to consume anything containing confectioner's glaze, Vegan Treats is going to continue in its use of our current sprinkles, albeit with our eyes open to commercially-available, confectioner's glaze-free sprinkles." So, yeah, really disappointing. I love how they use the word "controversial" as code for "not vegan," as if there's actually any legitimate debate about whether crushed bugs and sheep's wool are vegan or not. But because Vegan Treats seems to shockingly not know the answer, I'll spell it out for them: those ingredients are not vegan. Never were, never will be. By using those ingredients, your bakery is no longer vegan. Ironically, contacting Vegan Treats about this issue and then posting reviews about it is indeed the very action they suggest: recognizing the importance of vegan businesses. We're not going to come together to support a business that lies about being vegan; we'd rather support a business that ACTUALLY IS vegan. By using animal products, Vegan Treats has made itself into exactly the "traditional" establishment they want to discourage people from patronizing. So I guess I'll follow their advice and never patronize them again.
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Patricia Breitfeller
5 months ago
They really need to put signs/descriptions of what they have in their case. It is a bit overwhelming when you first walk in. We took home a few treats to try like a donut, cannoli, and a small cake. The items were decent but not worth the price.
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Cas Mill
11 months ago
LOVE LOVE LOVE this place! I wish they would carry almond milk along with the options of milk and soy milk; and label their treats with what descriptions and prices but other wise fantastic!
Lazer Yakimo
a year ago
Best bakery ever... its amazing how they make everything taste so good. Weve been there 3 times sice we discovered this place. Which was about 2 weeks ago. And we live an hour or more away... we ordered 2 birthday cakes for my daughters birthday party from there.
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Jeremy Hylton
6 months ago
We've bought lots of cakes from this bakery. They're all outstanding, as good as any bakery locally, vegan or otherwise. Even the gluten free cakes are good.
Angela Achey
3 weeks ago
I LOVE THIS PLACE AND I'M NOT EVEN VEGAN!!!!!
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Jordan Fugazzotto
a year ago
I'm not vegan or vegetarian but my girlfriend and I stopped here because we read that it is one of the best bakeries in our area. I ordered a cinnamon bun and she ordered some sort of peanut butter chocolate dessert. Both were excellent. My cinnamon bun was probably the best I have ever had and her peanut butter chocolate dessert was wonderful. The prices are high but you get what you pay for. This is one of, if not the best, bakeries in the Lehigh Valley.
K Sween
10 months ago
They're stuff is pretty good, but I just don't understand why there are no signs/descriptions of what the desserts are. I hate always having to ask the person helping at the counter what everything is! There are also no prices so it's a surprise when you go to checkout.

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