We have dear friends and readers with gluten sensitivity, so we keep an eye out for anything above the ordinary that they might enjoy.
When Cheryl’s offered us a taste test of their conventional versus gluten-free cookies in advance of National Gluten Free Day (January 13th), we didn’t hesitate to bite.
They said we wouldn’t be able to taste the difference, and they were correct.
No one could tell that the GF cookies were gluten free. The texture had no graininess or other telltale sign of most gluten free cookies.
The one difference is that the GF cookies are less sweet than the conventional ones. But this feature would only be noticed in a side-by-side tasting.
So if you want cookies for yourself, or are looking to Valentine’s Day gifts, head to Cheryl’s.
There are gift boxes of every description, filled with:
The cookies are produced in a dedicated gluten-free facility, and are individually wrapped for grab-and-go as well as freshness.
Check out the selection at Cheryls.com.
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