I must warn you that these cookies are gluten-free, but they are definitely not nut-free or even top-8 allergen free (see details below).
Udi’s Gluten Free sent along some cookies for me to try after I requested some hamburger and hot dog rolls – a nice surprise treat!
These soft-baked cookies come in three flavors – Maple Pecan Chocolate Chip, Peanut Butter Coconut, and Salted Caramel Cashew. Can you guess which I tried first? Of course, the ones with chocolate chips.
As expected the cookies are soft, and also larger than the typical food allergy cookie. Each box contains ten cookies that measure a healthy 2 inches in diameter.
If you’re not a make-your-own cookie kind of person, and if you are not concerned about allergens other than wheat, these could be a good choice.
Here’s the scoop on allergens:
Maple Pecan Chocolate Chip: Contains egg, pecans; may contain peanuts, milk, soy, and other tree nuts
Peanut Butter Coconut: Contains egg, peanuts, coconut; may contain milk, soy, and tree nuts
Salted Caramel Cashew: Contains cashews, egg, almonds; may contain peanuts, milk, soy, and other tree nuts.
Pictured below is the Maple Pecan Chocolate Chip:
I will admit that I am not a big fan of nuts in my chocolate chip cookies (why mess with perfection?) but I will also admit that I wasn’t able to eat just one.