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Nana's Cookie Company; Get your Gluten Free Munch on!

***I recieved this item for the purpose of a review. All opinions are my own and I was not compensated for this review. Your opinion may vary from mine.***
Recently I got the chance to try out all of Nana's Cookie Company's Gluten Free Cookie Bars. First I tried the Berry Vanilla flavor which was the perfect combination of berry and vanilla. My first thought besides the flavor was how soft and chewy the cookie was with just the right amount of crunch. It was delicious! The next gluten free cookie bar I tried was the Nana Banana and while I'm not a fan of banana flavored products, these actually had a pretty awesome taste. They didn't taste like that awful banana flavored candy that I despise so much. My daughter and fiance' seemed to love the Nana Banana flavor as well. The last cookie bar I tried was the Chocolate Munch. Here's the kicker; it tasted like chocolate but it also had almost a mocha flavor to it. I personally loved it but my fiance' wasn't a huge fan.

Nana's Cookie Company's gluten free cookie bars are baked in their certified gluten free facility with tons of love. Cookie bars are just one of the products that Nana's Cookie Company has to offer; they also have gluten free cookies, cookie bites, original cookie that are made with all-natural ingredients, wheat free cookies, and regular cookie bars and bites. I'd love to one day try out their original cookies. Since their gluten free products are so good, I'm sure the regular products would be as well. To purchase Nana's Cookies just visit their online store or search for a retailer near you.

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  1. I'm not really into store bought cookies but these sound like they may be good :)

  2. These sound yummy. I want some of those!

  3. These sound great! I love a good gluten free cookie!


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