iHerb Customer Reviews
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Awesome gluten-free cookies
Posted by Reviewer1917102 on Sep 12, 2011
When I found out that I was gluten sensitive, it was horrible trying to find products that tasted good and were gluten free. Then I tried Pamela's chocolate chip chunk cookies. These are the 'bomb'!!! You can't go wrong with Pamela's products, they are all great.
A good cookie mix
Posted by Reviewer1342706 on Nov 20, 2013
My friends and I like this Pamela's mix, and when I have non-gluten-free people over they are gone quickly. A friend has the same result. My husband likes them even though he is not a cookie fan and is not gluten-free. I often chop Made-in-Nature brand (from iherb) organic apricots, cranberries, nuts, and even prunes in the food processor and add about 3/4 cup of the fruit and nut mixture to the cookie dough and it turns out great. I do it to make them healthier. I have been gluten free for 5 years and find this a good and reasonably priced mix. It beats making my own from scratch, which I sometimes do. Sometimes I add chocolate chips, but it is definitely not necessary--make sure if you do add chocolate chips that they are also GF. Would I prefer an old-fashioned chocolate chip cookie with wheat flour? Yes! But I like these for themselves and buy them regularly.
Great home-made chocolate chips cookies
Posted by 4981015068253694523 on Apr 23, 2012
They look like "real" cookies & taste pretty good, too.
Hmm... I thought it would be great!
Posted by Reviewer1127721 on Jul 22, 2011
For some reason the baking mix and this cookie mix taste different to me. To be honest I wasn't too impressed-they seemed to grainy and the consistency of the batter was tricky for me to get balanced(granted I'm a new learner when cooking with gluten free mixes). However, I found it easier to get the amazing cookies I look forward to with Pamela's baking mix and making my own cookies. So my personal recommendation-skip this and get the Pamela's baking mix instead!
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