Soft baked cookies. Taste is really good. They are very moist. In addition to no gluten, these cookies also include no tree nuts, egg, wheat, soy, sesame, sulfates, casein, potato, peanuts, or dairy. Also no fish or shellfish.
Not a ton in a box, so they are pricier than regular cookies.
28 single-serving bags offer variety, but ship together in the same box. Also milk and casein free. Vegan-friendly package. Contains both salty and sweet snack options.
Several items in the pack are spicy – could be a pro or con.
Both sweet and salty snack that hits the spot. Kosher and gluten-free. 7 grams of protein in each bar. Sweet taste, but still relatively low on sugar.
The bars can get a little hard if they get stale.
Variety of ingredients combine to make a good mix of textures. Includes noodles and crackers, peas and peanuts. Vegetarian. Made with non-GMO products. Healthy and a good value for a gluten-free snack mix.
Includes several potential allergens such as peanuts and sesame, soy and possibly tree nuts.
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