Nana's Gluten Free Cookie Lemon -- 3.5 oz
Texture was more like crumbs than cookie
I just didn't care for these cookies. They just crumbled instead of staying whole to bite into. They would be fine to use as a crumb topping on ice cream but since that's not on my dietary list, I won't buy again.
October 1, 2012
Delicious! The whole family LOVE these!
The first time I opened up a package of these lemony cookies the wonderful aroma filled the whole kitchen and caused my two kids to come running begging for a taste...they (we) were NOT Disappointed...the are AWESOME! I've found that I can only eat 1/2 a cookie at a time, because they are rich and filling (good thing, because they can get a little spendy eating the whole cookie, lol). I would love to find a recipe similar to this so I could bake them at home for less but, until then, these will be my indulgent treat. Please DON'T STOP SELLING THESE VITACOST!!!
September 18, 2012
for people with food allergies, you expect some things not to taste too good, but these cookies are not too bad; going back to try the other flavors.
September 2, 2012
Shame on Nana's
This company portrays its products to be completely natural and free of any artifice. However, their cookies, while delicious, contain "natural" flavors which are anything but natural. If you're not familiar with "natural" flavors do a little research...these flavors are chemical flavorings created in labs in New Jersey so products can have consistency in taste from batch to batch. Most "natural" flavors have an ingredient list several dozen items long. Shame on Nana's for trying to trick us into giving our families and ourselves garbage ingredients. I contacted them and they said they were "removing natural flavors from their packaging." When I replied by asking if they were removing the ingredient from their actual products they failed to reply.
July 11, 2012