Product Review: Mi-Del Gluten-Free Gingerbread Men Cookies

Mi-Del Gluten-Free Gingerbread Men Cookies
Mi-Del Gluten-Free Gingerbread Men Cookies

Product: Mi-Del Gluten-Free Gingerbread Men Cookies – $4.59+

I was in Birmingham, Alabama just before Christmas…visiting my family.  My mom had found a new organic and natural food store in the area…and often goes there to shop…because the owner of the store is a Celiac.  So much of their offerings are gluten-free…and now also paleo.  It was actually a very cool store…and I picked up quite a few items while visiting there…which I hadn’t seen yet around here.

One of these items was the Mi-Del Gluten-Free Gingerbread Men Cookies.

It had been forever since I last had anything gingerbread…minus the amazing gluten-free gingerbread French toast and allergen-free gingerbread donuts my local allergen-free bakery (Annie May’s Sweet Café) makes during the holiday season.  But cookies?  I haven’t enjoyed a gluten-free gingerbread cookie…ever.

So, when I spotted these…nevermind the fact that I don’t really care for gingerbread…during the holidays…I don’t mind it.  I guess it’s part of that holiday feeling…those familiar flavors and tastes.

Well, it’s now almost February…and these cookies have been waiting patiently in my pantry for a little while now (and since my return to the Louisville area, I have found them at Target…go figure!).  I was completely out of dessert options for after dinner tonight.  Until I remembered I had these lurking in the pantry.  Time to pull them out and give them a try.

The cookies actually look exactly like they do on the box.  I was impressed.  They are this great tan color, with this sugary coating.  They looked fantastic and I was actually looking forward into biting into them.  I doled out two servings…for myself and my roommate…and we sat down for our little treats.

OH…these are really good.  First of all, that gingerbread flavor doesn’t overwhelm or overpower the palate.  In fact, they are sweet with just a hint of that ginger spice.  Perfect, really.  These cookies are crunchy and amazing.  In fact, we had to turn the volume up a bit on the cooking show we were watching while we noshed.  Every bite was a treat.  Sweet…crunchy…it was the perfect way to cap off a meal.  Mi-Del does a fantastic job with their gluten-free gingerbread cookies.  I was SO happy eating these.  With it being so bitterly cold outside…it was like the warmth of the holidays all over again.  One bite…and you’ll be hooked too.

Mi-Del Gluten-Free Gingerbread Men Cookies are made from a gluten-free flour mix of corn flour, soy flour, potato flour, rice flour, corn starch, potato starch, and xantahn gum.  They also are made up of sugar, modified tapioca starch, canola oil, unsulphured molasses, ginger, baking soda, organic caramel color, sea salt, soybean lecithin, xanthan gum.  Every ingredient recognizable.  Every ingredient real.

As for nutrition…you’ll love this!  Mi-Del Gluten-Free Gingerbread Men Cookies are rather guilt-free.  A serving is 4 cookies, which will provide you with 100 calories and 2.5 grans of fat.  These are cholesterol free, contain 100 mg of sodium, and only 7 grams of sugar (awesome for a cookie!).  You also get 1 gram of fiber and 2 grams of protein.

So…these are relatively healthy as far as cookies go.  I didn’t feel guilty at all as I crunched my way through my serving.  They are the perfect blend of ginger and sweetness.  The crispness of each bite makes you feel like you’re biting into a real treat.  And the flavor…amazing.  These all natural cookies are fantastic.  And if you missed out on them this holiday season…seek them out next year.  They are SO good!

2 Replies to “Product Review: Mi-Del Gluten-Free Gingerbread Men Cookies”

  1. Can you tell me where you found these cookies in Birmingham? I am looking for gluten free Gingerbread cookies just like this.

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