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Produced in a facility that processes wheat, peanuts, tree nuts, eggs, soy and dairy. May contain shells and other organic matter.
Whole grain oats, unbleached wheat flour (wheat flour, malted barley flour, niacin, reduced iron, thiamin mononitrate, riboflavin, folic acid), prune puree, evaporated cane juice, chocolate chunks (sugar, chocolate liquor, anhydrous dextrose, cocoa butter, soy lecithin, vanilla extract), water, brown rice syrup, expeller pressed canola oil, banana puree, inulin (vegetable fiber), molasses, baking soda, vanilla extract, sea salt, aluminum-free baking powder, cinnamon.
Freeze for Freshness! Breakfast Cookies can be frozen for up to a year and can be quickly defrosted in a microwave or toaster. We highly recommend toasting - delicious!
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I have been buying these for years and have never been unhappy. They make a great breakfast!Published 15 months ago by Tammy Clark
Received in rural area on promised date! The cost is a little m ore than the grocery store but it's better than eating junk food when you have poor access to healthy snacks.Published 18 months ago by Josie M.
This breakfast cookie has good flavor and chewy texture - like all Baker cookies, it is a tasty treat that is both filling and nourishing.Published 20 months ago by October writer
I bought these for a Christmas gift for a friend who is gluten-free. She loved them and also put peanut butter on them.Published 22 months ago by Candace M. Goodyear
Cookie had great flavor and nutrition and convenience. This will be part of my days "on the run" when there just is not enough time for breakfast.Published on November 3, 2013 by Irwin Gilbert