Glow Gluten Free - Snickerdoodle Cookies - 5.4 oz. (154 g) - 7 Cookies
Glow Gluten Free Snickerdoodle Cookies are free of Casein, Gluten, and Trans Fats! The Snickerdoodle was named after the very serious Englishman Alistaire Cornelius Doodle who was caught with his fly down while chatting up a group of ladies at a local bake shop who were trying to enjoy afternoon tea while snacking on these delicious cookies.
Well, not really. The truth is that the Snickerdoodle cookie was invented by a German baker who added cinnamon and a few other secret ingredients to the classic sugar cookie. GLOW has added a secret ingredient or two of their own to make their gluten free cookies truly special. So share them with friends, and tell them the story of Mr. Doodle--it's a much better story anyway!
Brace Yourself for Gluten Free Cookies!
Glow Gluten Free cookies are baked with natural and organic ingredients in a certified gluten free bakery. The secret recipe includes nutrient dense garbanzo bean and coconut flour which makes these wholesome gluten free and casein free cookies delicious!
Glow Gluten Free cookies come in four fabulous flavors:
- Double Chocolate Chip Cookies: Crave inducing, chocolately goodness. Chocoholics unite!
- Snickerdoodle Cookies: Pure cinnamon love. Do the doodle, Snicker if you must.
- Chocolate Chip Cookies: Sandwich them around a scoop of ice cream, if you dare.
- Gingersnap Cookies: A snappy take on a classic cookie. Enough said!
About Glow Gluten Free
Glow Puts the Yummy in Gluten Free Cookies
When Jill Brack and her daughter Stella were diagnosed with celiac disease they began baking gluten free cookies for friends and family. The feedback was unanimous — everybody loved these crave-worthy cookies! Soon local stores began ordering and Glow Gluten Free was born.
Glow Gluten Free bakes four flavors of gluten free and dairy free cookies with natural and organic ingredients in a certified gluten free and kosher bakery. The secret recipe includes nutrient dense garbanzo bean and coconut flour, which makes them both wholesome and delicious.
Nearly 1 in every 100 Americans are affected by celiac disease, an auto immune disorder in which the intestines become damaged by eating gluten, the protein found in wheat, rye, and barley. As more and more people are diagnosed, the demand for good gluten free goodies is rising.
"It takes one to bake one," says Jill, who has been diagnosed with celiac disease for many years. "Eating gluten free doesn’t mean you have to settle for less. Fans tell us they crave our cookies whether they are gluten free or not." And that's good news for Brack, whose cookies are poised to conquer not only the gluten free aisle but the gourmet cookie counter as well. Just ask fans like Rachael Ray and Martha Stewart!