GOT MILK & COOKIES?? Be sure to watch today’s LunchBreakLIVE with the lovely Italia Pierfederici, animal rights activist and commercial makeup artist, as she bakes her vegan soft, warm peanut butter chocolate cookies and served up a glass of cold almond milk! A 20-year vegetarian and 3-year vegan, this dog mom of four rescued chihuahuas is obsessed with perfecting vegan baking! Join the fun!
Italia is also a very talented vegan makeup artist!
When Italia isn’t working, she attends animal rights activist events like Save Movement vigils, marches, protests, and activist group meetings. She loves bringing her tiny rescue chihuahuas with her to events to cheer people up. Her biggest passion is helping find shelter dogs forever homes. She advocates for pet adoption saying, “Every time someone buys a dog, a dog dies.”
These cookies are going straight down the hatch….Yum!
Italia is also an amazing makeup artist and she only uses cruelty-free makeup. She proves that people can be just as glamorous without causing other beings to suffer. Italia readily shares her favorite vegan makeup brands and expresses her excitement that the Cruelty-Free Cosmetics Act, SB 1249, that recently passed in California. Soon all makeup used in California won’t be tested on animals in the United States!
Italia’s rescue companions are tiniest cutest creatures!
Italia’s cookies are delicious and they are also super easy to make! You can whip these up in a flash and share them with your friends and family or eat them all by yourself! Leave the chocolate chips out and share them with your four-legged friends like Italia does with her chihuahuas! Try making your own delicious peanut butter chocolate chip cookies at home with Italia’s delicious recipe below!
Co-founder of the 501(c)(3) Nonprofit Animal Alliance Network activist group as part of the Save Movement. She helps organize weekly pig vigils outside of a slaughterhouse near Downtown Los Angeles. She hopes to help raise awareness in her community and around the world about the victims of animal agriculture.