Product Review: My Dad’s Cookies Gluten Free Cinnamon Biscuits

My Dad's Cookies Gluten Free Cinnamon Biscuits

My Dad’s Cookies Gluten Free Cinnamon Biscuits

Product: My Dad’s Cookies Gluten Free Cinnamon Biscuits – $7.99+

Yep…I found another version of the My Dad’s Cookies brand of gluten free cookies at my local grocery store, Lucky’s.  I’ve been more than pleased with the flavor and texture of these gluten-free delights.  For sure.  So, it seems, as long as they have cookies that I haven’t tried yet, I’ll keep going back for more.  Why?  Because, it seems, I must EAT. ALL. THE. COOKIES.

What started off with buying the Gluten Free Black and White Cookies has turned into a bit of a cookie obsession for me.  No joke.  The My Dad’s Cookies brand are not a gluten free brand that I had heard of prior to visiting Lucky’s…but now that I know of them, and know how good they are…well…I’m a bit unstoppable.  For sure.

So, after trying the Gluten Free Black and White Cookies, the Gluten Free Vanilla Grahams, the Gluten Free Chocolate Chip Cookies, and the Gluten Free Chocolate Chip Biscotti…I went in with a much smaller selection this time around.  I keep hoping they’ll restock the Lemon Cookies, but that hasn’t happened just yet.  So, from the meager selection remaining, my roomie and I went through the stacks of what was left.  And after much deliberation between us, we opted for the My Dad’s Cookies Gluten Free Cinnamon Biscuits.

Cinnamon cookies.

Mmmm…two of my favorite things.  Cinnamon.  And cookies.  How can this be a bad thing?

Tonight, I found out.   And the answer…it can’t be a bad thing.

My roommate and I often get a little creative with our cookies and with the My Dad’s Cookies Gluten Free Cinnamon Biscuits, we thought…S’mores.  Nothing beats a delicious s’more, right?  It’s even better when I can make it vegetarian (no marshmallows here…just Fluff) with some dark chocolate.  Oh yeah.  But, I still wanted the cookie to be the star, so I made sure I balanced the campfire favorite flavors to perfection.

The result?

The My Dad’s Cookies Gluten Free Cinnamon Biscuits were cookie perfection.  The biscuits themselves were sturdy enough to hold up to the additions I sandwiched between them.  They didn’t crumble like gluten free graham crackers do and the fluff and dark chocolate squares stayed in place thanks to the sturdiness of these cookies.  The texture was perfection.  Crispy, but without crumbling, these cookies were a great blend of sweet and spice.  The cinnamon adds this nice hint of flavor to the cookies.  They reminded me of the crispy bottom of sugar cookies and snickerdoodles.  Nothing wrong with that combination, for sure.  It was one amazing dessert, for sure.  And the My Dad’s Cookies Gluten Free Cinnamon Biscuits made these “no way I’m camping to have s’mores” dessert sheer perfection tonight.  These are love.

My Dad’s Cookies Gluten Free Cinnamon Biscuits are made from a gluten free flour blend (tapioca, brown rice, white rice, soy, potato starch, and xanthan gum), sugar, water, organic palm oil, cinnamon, agave syrup, cream of tartar, baking soda, and salt.  These cookies are gluten-free, dairy free, nut free, vegan, cholesterol free, and kosher.

As far as nutrition goes, for cookies, these stats aren’t half bad.  A serving of My Dad’s Cookies Gluten Free Cinnamon Biscuits is 4 cookies.  These 4 cookies will serve up 150 calories and 6 grams of fat.  These cookies also provide 50 mg sodium and 9 grams of sugar.  Not too bad for 4 cookies!  And, finally, you’ll be consuming 1 gram of fiber and 2 grams of protein.  A sweet treat that won’t fill you up…but it is full of flavor for sure!

My Dad’s Cookies is definitely baking up gluten free deliciousness in cookie form.  And these cookies are no exception.  I’ve been really enjoying exploring the different varieties I can find at the store.  The Gluten Free Cinnamon Biscuits were just the right cookie at the right time.  They make a great treat on their own, or doctor them up.  Whatever you choose.  But don’t miss out on these!

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