Gluten-Free Does Not Mean Flavor Free
We found these cookies the other day and I've been baking a couple at a time. There are only two of us living here and this keeps us from devouring all of them in one day. There are 12 "jumbo" cookies in the package. Well, I don't know about you, but I don't need to supersize my cookies. So, when I bake them, I cut the dough drops in half first and then put them on a parchment paper covered cookie sheet. Then I bake them for 13-15 mins in my convection oven. They come out really nice like that. I bake four cookies (two drops cut in half) at a time. I do NOT thaw them first. The great thing about this is, we get to eat warm cookies each time.
I looked on their website for the nutritional information and noticed it was different than what is on the package. So, don't go by the website. They must have changed a supplier along the way.
The package clearly states that it contains eggs and soy. They are certified gluten-free.
Careful! The company also makes gluten products, so make sure the package you are grabbing says it's gluten-free.
Each of my "half" cookies have 75 calories in them. Which sounds better than one cookie with 150 calories (even if I am eating both halves LOL).