Cashew Cookies?

If you read a post I composed a couple of days ago addressing my search for a great cookie, you’re aware that the chocolate chip cookies by Sweets From the Earth slightly missed the mark.

I am not one to completely write off a company based off one rather disappointing experience, however; I figured I would give their Flourless Cashew Cookies a try.

The National Post actually declared these cookies to be the best they have ever had, so you can imagine just how high my expectations were prior to sampling them. I won’t say they’re the best I ever had (I have yet to find a cookie better than Edible Options’ Chocolate Chip), but they are pretty darn tasty.

What I really appreciate about these cookies is just how simple their ingredients are. These cookies are composed of a mere five ingredients (natural cashew butter [dry-roasted cashews, sunflower oil], organic evaporated cane juice, organic tofu, baking soda, sea salt), and I find a comprehensible ingredient list to be comforting when shopping for food. There’s nothing worse than feeling as though you’re attempting to solve a mathematic equation when reading the ingredients listed on a box of granola bars.

These cookies are produced in a dedicated dairy, egg, wheat and gluten-free facility, and are non-GMO, vegan, cholesterol-free, free of refined sugar, free of artificial colours and flavours, free of trans fat, and are certified Kosher.

If that doesn’t rock your socks, one cookie is only 100 calories, therefore you don’t have to feel as guilty when you inhale half the box.

Inhaling half of the box is a potential possibility when eating these cookies because they’re rather tasty. They literally melt in your mouth and have a subtle yet very pleasant hint of cashew, and I can say with complete confidence that I would absolutely purchase these cookies again.

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