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jaten

Member Since 27 Dec 2005
Offline Last Active Dec 30 2012 07:27 PM
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#220464 Any Normal Kiddo Food Out There?

Posted by jaten on 17 October 2006 - 04:06 AM

I have had problems with Fritos and now avoid all Frito Lay products. I'm sure it depends on where in the run your bag of chips comes from. Twice burned (undeniably) and I'm done.

Here's a GREAT treat that chocolate lovers of all ages will love.....My dh found these for me at Wild Oats and I love, love him for it.....It's a treat...not really cookie called "Temptations" OMG!!! Temptations are made by Nana's but SO MUCH BETTER than her other cookies (and I like her others fine). There are 2 Temptations that are gluten-free and say so right on front of box, a Chocolate Rush, and a Chocolate Mint. It is THE chocolate taste and texture I'd been unable to find since gluten-free. It's almost like a very creamy brownie, but just hard to describe. The name, Temptations, is very accurate. I have to work hard to limit myself to a couple per week.

gluten-free Choc. Rush Temptations ingredients:
Tapioca flour, Fruit juice, Rice Dextrin, Semi Sweet Chocolate Chips (sugar, unsweetened chocolate, cocoa butter, soy lecithin-an emulsifier, vanilla) Coconut Oil, Imported Cocoa, Coconut, Non-Aluminum Baking Soda, Natural Flavors
Manufactured on shared equipment with equipment that may contain tree nuts and/or peanuts

My personal note: I don't like coconut and I LOVE these, the coconut must be a very trace amt, I can sort of tell it's there, but it is by no means an overwhelming ingredient.

They're expensive, but so worth it when you need a treat!
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