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Hey everyone,

As usual I am hungry and I brought Ener-G chocolate chip cookies-YUCK! I was hoping they would taste good b/c Ener-G bread isn't too bad. I am very lazy and do not want to make cookies. Does anyone know which store bought brand is considered edible? I tried pamela's cookies and got sick from them, but they were very good. Any sugestions on dairy/gluten free cookies would be appreciated. Thanks

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I really like Enjoy Life Foods cookies... my fave is the no oats oatmeal, but the chocolate chocolate chip is also pretty good In My Humble Opinion.

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they are expensive, but happyhappyhappy.com (the bakery in NYC posted about in another thread) has gluten-free/DF cookies - i just ordered some they should arrive next week. it's like $25 for 18 cookies (!). my sister in law is vegan and just gave birth so i thought it'd be fun to surprise her with some, plus i can enjoy them too!!

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Hey everyone,

As usual I am hungry and I brought Ener-G chocolate chip cookies-YUCK! I was hoping they would taste good b/c Ener-G bread isn't too bad. I am very lazy and do not want to make cookies. Does anyone know which store bought brand is considered edible? I tried pamela's cookies and got sick from them, but they were very good. Any sugestions on dairy/gluten free cookies would be appreciated. Thanks

I am the laziest person in the world but I make these cookies all the time quick and easy and keep forever, try mixing 1 cup P nut butter, 1 cup sugar, 1 egg and 1/4 tsp vanilla, plop in balls on a sheet flatten with a fork and bake at 350 for about 10 - 14 minutes or till lightly browned on edges. Let cool on sheet for 5 minutes before removing to rack. After these cool they stay together real well and are great for breakfast with fruit. I know you wanted a ready made but these can be fixed in less time than it takes to go to the store.

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My son loves the Midel Chocolate chip and Animal cookies (I actually fooled a bunch of kids with these cookies...they had no clue they were Gluten Free) :lol: We also make those peanut butter cookies too, they are quick, easy and very good.

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I really like enjoylife's choc chip and snickerdoodles. they are free of the top 8 allergens and gluten-free!

http://www.enjoylifefoods.com/cart/product...?grouping_id=17

i also love nana cookies--like the nana banana-yum! http://healthycrowdcom.host-manager.com/pr...roductid=388273

i do like mid-el's products as well, but not sure if those are cf--you'll have to ck the labels.

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Thank you everyone for your helpful replies. I also tried Midel cookies, and they were not really tasty to me. But I will try your other suggestions and also get my lazy butt up and make some cookies :lol:

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Which mi-dels did you try? I abhor their choc chip...but am pretty much obssessed with the arrowroot cookies. If you haven't--try them! They are like animal crackers...I think I could live on them alone :)

PS--You can use them to make gluten-free pie crusts too...

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If you are in the Ny metro area, try Josef's gluten-free cookies. They have lots of kinds. I like the double chocolate egg-free, gluten-free cookies. Wow. They come in small clear plastic tubs. I buy them at Whole Foods Market and Mrs Greens Natural Market. Honestly, they are the BEST gluten-free cookies I have ever bought.

Kathleen

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