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I'd love to have some comments about the various Enjoy Life products, which things you liked, didn't like, etc. I hate to order things blindly. :ph34r:

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The snickerdoodle cookies are awesome. I thought the chewy chocolate chip were okay but not great. I absolutely did not like the granola, but I know many people here do...

I think that's all I've tried.

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I do not like the granola... the bagels were... well, ok if you can't have Kinnickinick bagels then these are passable, I love the no oats oatmeal cookies, the chocolate chip cookies and the caramel apple and very berry snack bars...

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My children love the cookies. Choc. chip, choc. brownie, no-oats oatmeal, gingerbread, and snickerdoodle

I think they are pretty good too. We have nut allergies and are not able to eat a lot of other brands of gluten-free cookies. These are a big hit at our house.

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I love enjoy life b/c unlike others, it is egg and dairy free. So, I love all their cookies except the faux-oatmeal ones, but I never did like oatmeal anyway. I don't like their granola either. Their chocolate breakfast bars are good, good purse snack for emergencies. I love their plain and cinnamon bagels...very yummy if you toast them up (I defrost in the microwave, then toast in the oven). I just wished stores sold them so I didn't have to order all the time. I hope you enjoy their products too!

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they have some 'energy bars' that I found to be alright, but they put way too much rice bran in their granola for it to be tasty!

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snickerdoodles and choc chip cookies, yummy

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I think that their cereals are all GREAT! I go through at least 1 box every 2-3 days.

I also truly enjoy their Rye bread. I wish they would offer a mix so that I could bake it fresh though...

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The only thing I don't like is there chewy snack bars - their crunchy ones I liked but I am not sure they have them anymore. Everything else, I love because I can't find anything else that doesn't use soy and/or corn. They are almost my only option.

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I actually love the chewy snack bars. Like Becky said, i enjoy the very berry and the choco loco. They make a good snack on the run. They taste like nutri-grain bars to me. I dont know if you liked those before going gluten-free, but i used to really like them. The enjoy life bars are pretty close in my opinion.

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I really enjoy the berry breakfast bars! They are soft which do not come by very often with gluten-free bars. I keep a box of them in my desk at work and everytime I want a snack I eat one. I also have the carmel apple but I haven't opened those yet.

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Has anyone had a problem with Enjoy Life boomChocoBoom bar(dairy,nut and soy free) RICEMILK CHOCOLATE? Made me very ill. I have read on the forum that ricemilk may contain gluten even though it states it is gluten free.

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Please notice that all of the posts about products are over 6 years old. Products and manufacturing practices could have changed in that amount of time.

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I'd love to have some comments about the various Enjoy Life products, which things you liked, didn't like, etc. I hate to order things blindly. :ph34r:

Snickerdoodles yummy, and I love their Cinnamon Raisin Crunch Cereal!

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