Simple Mills 脆饼干 巧克力片, 155.65克, 6 计数
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- Contains 6 - 5.5 ounce boxes of Simple Mills Crunchy Chocolate Chip Cookies
- Made with plant powered, nutrient-dense ingredients and smartly sweetened with coconut sugar
- Our simple ingredient line-up includes almond flour, coconut flour, tiger nuts (a prebiotic root vegetable) and coconut oil. Sized for feel-good snacking!
- Certified gluten-free; also grain free, soy free, corn free, dairy free, gum free, and emulsifier free
- Paleo friendly, vegan, and Non GMO Project Verified
Cookie craving? We've got you! Indulge in snack time (and feel good about it) with our Ready-To-Eat Chocolate Chip Cookies. It goes without saying that ingredients are the heart of our business. And we think about them a lot – it’s a healthy obsession! We believe food should give your body more of the good stuff (protein, vitamins and minerals). And less of the not so good stuff (sugar, grains and gluten). Standards that ingredients must live up to in order to star in one of our products. That’s the simple way.
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Cost: While delicious, these cookies are rather expensive. I'm not sure how often I would be willing to buy them when they are about $4.78 a box.
Delivery: The boxes I received had a lot of broken cookies. There were maybe 4 or 5 whole cookies in a box of about 21 (based on the serving size of 3 and there being 7 servings per container). This was true for 2 of the 3 boxes, though I suspect the third box will be the same when I get around to opening it. And it's not that these are just broken in half - it's more like cookie crumbs in the bag, with nearly half of the cookies broken into tiny pieces, while others are in small chunks, leaving just a few whole cookies. I'm not sure it's worth buying if the cookies are going to be mostly crumbled.
Essentially keto-friendly! All listed ingredients are foods keto dieters are allowed to have. Once you do the calculations, the carb count reduces to about 6g for three small cookies, and the sugars are definitely a concern. So, don’t go into this thinking you’ll be able to binge the whole box. But for the occasional craving, these cookies fit the bill.
Expensive, of course, but the high price makes it easier to avoid eating more than one or two in a sitting.
Crunchy chocolate - Odd at first but now I love them. Rich chocolate flavor with an almost cardamom bite in the aftertaste, but the spicy notes seem to add to the overall taste experience.
Chocolate chip - Excellent. Similar to any chocolate chip cookie you’d get in the supermarket. Very close in taste to Chips Ahoy.
Cinnamon - Ugh. This one needs some major work. I’d been addicted to the previous flavors I’d tried, so I figured I’d check out their non-chocolate option. At first, I noticed a spicy note in the flavor, and assumed the effect would be as pleasing as the chocolate cookies. But the more I chewed... yikes. I have no idea what the flavor is supposed to be, but I felt like I was eating a rubber tire in the middle of a health food store. There’s nothing particularly cinnamonny about these cookies. They’re almost herbal (which is not really the taste one is looking for in a cookie), intensifies the longer it’s in your mouth, then caps off with the most vile aftertaste that lingers until eternity. I’m trying to find a way to use them in a recipe somehow, because I’m stuck with three boxes of them and they are positively dreadful on their own.
Having said all that, I highly recommend the other two cookie flavors, and if you haven’t checked out Simple Mills’ crackers yet, please do. Their entire brand is a godsend for people dealing with specialized dietary needs, and I can’t recommend their product line enough. (Just skip the cinnamon cookies! LOL)