Looking for vegan cookie dough in Las Vegas? Doughp has you covered.
Serving-up “legit cookie dough”, Doughp (see what they did there) offers customers a one-of-a-kind dessert experience, encouraging them to customize their own favorite cookie dough concoctions to be enjoyed in their Instagramable Miracle Mile location, or to be enjoyed on the go as you saunter the Las Vegas Strip.
The Las Vegas location of Doughp is the only one that offers customers the “dough-it-yourself” bar.
Start out with the vegan cookie dough base, and add toppings to your heart’s delight. Vegan options include chocolate chips (make sure to specify vegan), Oreo pieces, Fruity Pebbles, potato chips, and peanut butter drizzle.
If too many choices overwhelm you, then let Doughp to take the wheel and steer you in the right dough-rection with a few of their easily veganized menu options.
The “Ride or Die” is your classic chocolate chip cookie dough. Vegan dough is mixed with vegan chocolate chips to create America’s favorite childhood guilty pleasure. You no longer have to sneak a bite while your mom’s not looking, now you can walk the Vegas Strip and flaunt what you’ve got.
If you’re feeling more adventurous, then go for the salty and sweet “Doughp for Hope”. Vegan chocolate chips and potato chips are mixed with vegan dough and topped with a drizzle of peanut butter and more potato chip pieces. This mix normally comes with peanut butter chips, which are not vegan, so just ask for them to be left out.
The “Cookie Monsta” can be made vegan as well, featuring a dyed-blue vegan cookie dough, and pieces of Oreo. It’s pictured here with Cookie Crisp cereal, which contains lanolin-derived D3, so just ask them to leave those off to keep this treat 100 percent vegan. The crunchy cookie pieces and buttery dough are a perfect combination, but don’t forget the milk! Doughp invites customers to take “milk shots” (almond or soy) to help wash the dough down.
A local off-menu favorite, which we’ll call “The Vegans, Baby”, is vegan dough, vegan chocolate chips, Oreo cookie pieces, and peanut butter drizzle. What’s not to love?!?
Next time you’re on the Strip. skip the booze and bars, and head into Doughp for a shot of almond milk, and some good old fashioned, sweet nostalgia.
3663 S. Las Vegas Blvd., 89109, 702-482-7411, Sunday – Wednesday: 10:00 a.m. – 11:00 p.m., Thursday – Saturday: 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 a.m.
Michael Monson, a former teacher turned vegan YouTuber and content creator, has been living and eating in Las Vegas for over 20 years. Michael started his vegan YouTube channel, “Monson Made This” in 2017 as a way to give back and help grow the online vegan community that helped make his transition to a vegan lifestyle so much easier. When he’s not developing vegan versions of his favorite childhood (and adulthood) recipes, he’s hanging out with his two rescued pups, Tuff and Odie.