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Bake With Your Heart Holiday Baking Ingredient List

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Bake With Your Heart Holiday Baking Ingredient List

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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, we’ve got the perfect animal welfare-certified and plant-based shopping list for you. Happy baking!

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

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

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(or a plant-based alternative, denoted by this icon !)

Eggs

  • Alderfer’s Eggs certified humane in store online
  • Aldi: Simply Nature Cage-Free Organic Eggs certified humane in store
  • Ayrshire Farm certified humane online
  • Barnstar – Cage-Free, Organic Brown Eggs certified humane in store
  • Blue Sky Family Farms certified humane in store
  • Born Free Eggs certified humane in store
  • Carol’s Eggs certified humane in store online
  • Central Market: Organic Pasture Raised Eggs certified humane in store
  • Contented Hen certified humane in store
  • Costco: Kirkland Organic Eggs certified humane in store
  • Davidson’s Safest Choice Cage-Free Eggs certified humane in store
  • Eco Meal Cage-Free Eggs certified humane in store
  • Egg Innovations certified humane in store
  • Eggology – Pure Egg Whites, Cage-Free certified humane in store online
  • Farmer’s Hen House certified humane in store
  • Giving Nature certified humane in store
  • Great Day certified humane in store
  • Green Meadow Organics certified humane in store
  • Happy Belly Cage-Free Eggs certified humane in store online
  • Judy’s Family Farm certified humane in store
  • JUST   in store online
  • Lathem Farms certified humane in store
  • Natural Grocers: Pasture-Raised Eggs certified humane in store
  • Nature Fed Cage-Free Eggs certified humane in store
  • Nature’s Yoke Cage-Free Eggs certified humane in store
  • Nellie’s Free Range Eggs certified humane in store online
  • Nest Fresh certified humane in store
  • New Seasons Market: Cage-Free Eggs, Free Range Organic Brown Eggs certified humane in store
  • Pete and Gerry’s certified humane in store online
  • Phil’s Fresh Eggs certified humane in store
  • Raley’s: Cage-Free Brown Eggs certified humane in store online
  • Safeway: O – Organic Eggs & Open Nature Cage-Free Eggs certified humane in store
  • Sauders – Cage-Free Brown, Free Range, Pasture Raised Eggs certified humane in store
  • Sharon’s Cage-Free Brown Eggs certified humane in store
  • South Mountain Creamery Cage-Free Brown Eggs certified humane online
  • Stiebrs Farms – Sunrise Fresh, Go-Organic & Natural Choice Eggs  certified humane in store online
  • The Country Hen – Organic Brown Eggs certified humane in store
  • The Farmer’s Hen – Cage-Free Brown Eggs, Organic Cage-Free Brown Eggs, Hard Cooked & Peeled Cage-Free Eggs certified humane in store
  • Vital Farms certified humane in store online
  • White Oak Pastures certified humane in store
  • Wilcox Farms certified humane in store online
Butter & Spreads
  • Daiya Cream Cheeze  in store online
  • Earth Balance – Spread, Sticks  in store online
  • Green Valley Organics certified humane in store online
  • Miyoko’s Creamery – Butter, Cream Cheese, Cheese Spread  in store online
  • Organic Pastures – Raw Butter certified humane online
Milk
  • Almond Breeze  in store online
  • Organic Pastures – Cream certified humane in store online
  • New Barn – Almond Milk  in store
  • Pure Eire Dairy  Awa logo in store online
  • Silk   in store online
  • So Delicious – Creamers, Almond Milk, Coconut Milk, Cashew Milk   in store online
  • Summer Hill Goat Dairy certified humane in store
  • Working Cows Dairy – Milk, Whipping Cream Awa logo in store
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!

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