Crack. Â There must be crack in these things, they’re so addictive.
Do you remember making those peanut butter, a ton of sugar, and oats cookies that you just stirred up on the stove? Â Well, The
Oh, and they’re big cookies so you can share with a friend, or not. Â 🙂 Â At least we can feel good knowing that there’s more oats than sugar in the cookies.
The peanut butter cookie is a lot like I remember these cookies, though more creamy. Â I think the peanut butter flavor is softened out with the milk and butter more. Â It’s kind of like a fudge filled with oats.
The almond butter is VERY sweet (even Braden thinks so). Â I taste the almond extract more than the almond butter. Â It reminds me of a candy that my mom used to make, but I can’t quite put my finger on it.
The walnut flavor is chocolaty with chunks of walnut on the top. Â Martin gave it a “mmm-mmm-mmm-mmm.” Â He can’t compare it to the other flavors because I didn’t bother to share. Â <hides head sheepishly>
These are awesome cookies, but they are certainly not diet-friendly. Â At around 200 calories per half of a giant cookie, if you’re on a diet, you’d better have a bunch of friends to share with. Â 🙂
They are made in a dedicated gluten-free facility. Â Other flavors currently include coconut macadamia, chocolate mint, pumpkin spice, and espresso.
Give them a try, and at least attempt to not hog the cookies.