Win $50 in Healthy Vegan Baked Treats!


Getting to interact with all you incredible earthlings is my favorite part to my business.

Each and every one of you have a music inside of you that is completely unique and inspiring. Your emails, comments and our unexpected in-person encounters fuel my creative fire and drive my passion for creating products, recipes and posts that will empower our community to liberate our dietary choices and fall in love with our allergies. And for that, I thank you.


Today, I’d like to introduce you to Jennifer, the ultra talented allergen-free baker behind Sterling Sweets – an online bakery dedicated to wheat, gluten, dairy, casein, peanut, tree nuts (except coconut), egg, soy, fish, shellfish, sesame and sulphite-free baked treats.

Jennifer is a longtime reader of the blog, subscriber to my healthy meal plan program and an all around fabulous addition to our little Healthful Pursuit community. Jennifer is living out her dream and improving people’s lives one cookie at a time.

She uses all-natural, organic ingredients like coconut oil, coconut sugar, dairy-free chocolate, tapioca starch, aluminum-free baking soda and surrounds each of her products with love. Better yet, she’s a one woman show. She makes this stuff on her own, while taking care of a family and running her online business.

You can check out Jennifer’s Online Bakery here and marvel at her allergen-free goodies along with me!

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And if that wasn’t enough to make my vegan loving, gluten-free adoring, cookie munching soul fall in love with her company, one bite of her baked goods convinced me that I needed to share her bakery with you. Ultra fudgy brownies, crumbly cookies, intense caramel popcorn… her shop has it all.

Although I love to bake at home, sometimes I want to feel freedom with my dessert selection. Freedom to eat a brownie that I didn’t make myself, a cookie that I didn’t have to roll between my hands, a batch of caramel popcorn that didn’t require 5 attempts to perfect… and, I want all of these things to be 100% safe for me to eat and healthy, too.

Jennifer’s bakery makes this possible. And today, she’s offering us something pretty fabulous… a giveaway for a chance to win a $50 gift card to her online shop! (for US residents only)

Enter our Sterling Sweets Bakery Giveaway

Now, I’d love to hear from you. Do you feel limited in your allergen-free dessert options?

What do you do when you have 0 time to bake and a hankering for an allergen-free sweet treat?

Leave a comment below and tell me about it!

This post was sponsored by Sterling Sweets. All opinions expressed herein are those of Healthful Pursuit Inc. and are not indicative of the positions or opinions of Sterling Sweets. Thank you for supporting the brands that I believe in and choose to feature here.

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  1. Great idea!! Thanks- I’m going to try this! I have made kettle corn in my whirly pop—which is a nice treat….though I usually use regular white sugar… I’ve toyed with trying brown… Not as healthy as palm, I’m sure…

    • No worries. I love, love kettle corn. I could live on the stuff. I’ve never tried to make it. Good call. Palm sugar would definitely be the healthier of the three sugars. But use what you have on hand!

  2. I love vegan sweets—- but don’t always feel like I have time to bake.. I so okay though… But I would live to learn how to make vegan caramel corn!! :)

  3. I try to have snacks and treats made but sometimes run out of time. It is becoming easier to find allergen friendly treats, but when you can’t, it makes it hard!! My go to snack when nothing else is available is always fruit though. Her bakery looks amazing!!

  4. I have a really hard time justifying buying baked goods when I own a bakery. And it’s hard to buy from somewhere else since I’m supposed to be gluten, dairy, egg and yeast free at this point. So I’m making a lot of raw treats for myself (ok, and customers too) and making do with that.

    • Wow, you own a bakery… that’s so cool! Is your bakery gluten-free, too? If not, how are you customers liking the new healthier treats?

  5. I love cooking and baking, but being a mom, wife, student… sometimes I dont have free time and would just like to eat something delicious and healthy without dairy (son cant have it) and gluten (I cant have) that everyone can enjoy. I do sometimes bake and freeze to have treats for those moments, but there are days when you feel like having something you didnt make, something different, it kinda makes the treat special!
    Nice giveaway, everything she makes look incredible!

  6. My go to sweet treat is fruit as well…apples and nut butter of some kind are my favorite. I love that my 2.5 year old asks for a pint of blueberries and says they taste like candy. Perfect!!!

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