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    Alice's Sweet Tooth - French Meringue Kisses

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    • At Alice's Sweet Tooth, we have a modern take on the traditional French Meringue Kisses.  We use the highest quality organic and sustainably sourced ingredients.  Our cookies are certified non-GMO and are naturally gluten-free.

    Alice's Sweet Tooth - French Meringue Kisses
    Caption: Alice's Sweet Tooth Vanilla Bean French Meringue Kisses

    Celiac.com 11/01/2018 - A lifelong baker, I have always enjoyed bringing desserts to dinner parties and having sugary snacks around the house.  I enjoy nibbling and have a terrible sweet tooth.

    Health-conscious and socially conscious, I'm concerned about what goes into my body, what is in the goodies I munch on and where they come from.  I wanted integrity in the quality of the ingredients of what I eat.

    I wanted to be able to satisfy my cravings but was worried about the extra weight a typical snack can add.  In other words, I wanted to have my cake and eat it too.  

    What's a girl to do?  Then I discovered meringue kisses!  A very low calorie gluten-free cookie that could be nibbled that would barely register on my daily calorie count.  It checked all the boxes.

    I worked on my recipe and shared my kisses with family and friends who found them an absolutely irresistible treat.  I think you will too.

    At Alice's Sweet Tooth, we have a modern take on the traditional French Meringue Kisses.  We use the highest quality organic and sustainably sourced ingredients.  Our cookies are certified non-GMO and are naturally gluten-free.

    Made with the fewest of ingredients and without preservatives or artificial colors, these delicate airy cookies melt in your mouth with a satisfying pop of flavor.  As an added bonus, all our kisses are non-fat except our extra-rich chocolate chip which is lo-fat, because well, chocolate is chocolate after all. 

    Visit our site for more details.

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