Admit it. Â You want to eat cookies for a meal. Â In fact, you’ve probably eaten cookies for a meal before. Â I know I have. Â Somebody else had the same idea.
Enter Roya’s CraveRight Cookies.
Certified gluten-free, vegan, and no dairy, soy, egg, nuts, or corn, these cookies are made with sesame meal as the “flour.” Â Two cookies contain 4-7 grams of protein, 3-4 grams of fiber, 6-10 grams of sugar, and 11-15 grams of fat. Â They even contain 15% of your daily value of iron. Â In. A. Cookie!
The Chocolate Chip cookies are very akin to a shortbread cookie, in that it has that dry, crumbly texture. Â It has some crispy puffed rice in it (I had to look at the ingredients to figure it out), that break it away from a typical shortbread, though. Â You can’t tell it is made with sesame meal. Â Carter and Corice both think it is the best of the cookies.
Firm, but not crunchy, the Brownie Chocolate Chip cookies are just a bit soft. Â big chunks of chocolate, and even more chocolate flavor in the “brownie” cookie. Â The best of both worlds: cookies and brownies! Â As with the chocolate chip cookie, you can’t taste that this one is made with sesame meal. Â Corice and Carter both give this one two thumbs up. Â It’s definitely a go-back-for-seconds kind of cookie. Â For me, it was the best one. Â In fact, now that I’m alone again, I’ll eat another one. Â 🙂
CraveRight would like you to try their cookies, too! Â They’ve got a set of three bags (one of each kind) for TWO lucky winners!
To enter this giveaway, simply leave a comment about your favorite time to eat cookies (you know mine’s breakfast, lol). Â This giveaway will close at 9pm central on Tuesday, January 28, 2014.