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Yes! To Cookies Makes Sugar, Carb and Gluten-free Cookies

I recently had the opportunity to try a gluten-free, sugar-free and starch-free cookie called "Cocoa-licious," which is manufactured by “Yes! To cookies.”  I have to be honest when I asked myself, “how good can a gluten, carb and sugar free cookie taste?”  When I opened the package, the smell of rich cocoa spilled out, and I discovered that each cookie was topped with a  type of glaze that made it appealing to the eye as well.  I no longer found myself hesitant to try these cookies, and now I'm glad that I did.  Each cookie was soft, moist and had a rich cocoa flavor.Yes! To Cookies Makes Sugar, Carb and Gluten-free Cookies I did notice a slight aftertaste which I can only best describe as the same type of taste I get after I take a vitamin, but due to their uniqueness, I have to give these Cocoa-licious cookies a thumbs up.  I had no idea that there was such a thing as a sugar, carb and gluten-free cookie, but I can say that this cookie far exceeded my expectations.  It would be a great gluten-free snack for anyone who is watching their carbohydrate and sugar intake, and would satisfy a craving for something sweet.

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