Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Cybele's Free To Eat

I love cookies and when I had the opportunity to review Cybele’s Free To Eat I was excited as I wanted to see what other cookies are out there on the market. These cookies are certified gluten-free, free of the top eight allergens which are  dairy,  eggs,  wheat,  soy,  tree nuts,  fish, and shellfish; certified kosher, certified vegan and GMO-free. I was sent Oatmeal Raisin which is made with gluten-free oats, raisins, and other ingredients. I also got Snickerdoodle which is made with gluten-free flour,cinnamon, rice milk, and other ingredients.
My Opinion: I really enjoyed how soft the oatmeal raisin cookies were and very tasty but I over indulged and got a stomach ache. The Snickerdoodle were okay and also very soft but I did not enjoy them as much as the oatmeal raisin. I would’ve preferred other flavors that they have which are chocolate chip and chocolate chunk brownie. I do like that they are low in fat and calories.

About Them: when my son was diagnosed with severe food allergies, I title my apron and began baking from scratch. Now you can try our favorite allergy-friendly cookies, eight fresh for you. There made with all natural, vegan ingredients and no preservatives or additives. There also gluten-free, sesame free and sulfate free. And because your safety is so important to us, all our ingredient suppliers are carefully screened to avoid cross contamination risk. Now my cookies are your cookies.
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